I did a little poll last week about this and wanted to also get a snapshot here on the blog. Plus people have more than 140 characters to explain their position. In that limited sample size of 41 votes, 76% voted yes. Do you believe domaining will still be a viable business in 2027 ? […]
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Centr.org published their report on ICANN 58 for the most part it was a lot of technical things that our readers might not be highly interested in. The one topic that might be of interest centered around the release of LL domain names that correlate to matching cctlds. Relevance to ccTLDs These discussions are highly […]
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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) registered WWE.xyz yesterday along with WorldWrestlingEntertainment.xyz. According to DomainTools.com, it’s the first time those two domain name have been registered. In the case of WWE.xyz since it was first registered yesterday, that can only mean that the XYZ registry had it on its reserved list but never “registered” the domain since […]
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In the ongoing dispute for Heidi Powell.com we wrote a post a few weeks ago where John Berryhill discussed domains as property. John has been actively posting on Namepros lately with regards to the battle for HeidiPowell.com. The Grandma vs the Fitness Trainer has been getting a lot of exposure. Joseph Peterson from Slanted.com has […]
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Yesterday we published a post about the domain name Wi.com which is in auction at Namejet.com and was the subject of an unsuccessful UDRP filed in 2015. The attorney who successfully represented the current owner of the Wi.com, Stevan Lieberman in the 2015 UDRP has just left a comment on TheDomains.com post offering to […]
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The domain name WI.com is currently at auction at Namejet.com. The domain has a high bid of $500,000 with a stated reserve of $500,000-$600,000 and ends on March 15th 2017 A reader sent me a note today that WI.com had a UDRP filed against it in 2015 and wanted to make bidders aware of the […]
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It looks like the new gtld discussion has moved to Reddit, in the sysadmin subreddit. User netzvolk started things off: For those of you that are not aware, the nTLD’s as opposed to the old good .com and others don’t have any limitations on price increases. This means you can register .networks today for $10 […]
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So Rick Schwartz made the following tweet a couple days ago: It isn’t just gTLD’s that are stalled. ALL extensions are stalling. The demand by END USERS in 2017 is not what it was years ago. #Domains — Rick Schwartz (@DomainKing) March 1, 2017 This sparked a thread on Namepros where some questioned Rick and […]
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Verisign the who operates the .com domain name registry is reporting today that the number of domain names in the .Com Domain Name Base is once again over 128 million domain names. Back in September 2016 the number of .Com’s in the Domain Name Base passed 128 million for the first time. However do to […]
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Over 120,000 domain names ending in the domain extension .Pro got deleted yesterday according to RegistrarStats.com .Pro which opened itself up in November 2015, lifting the previous restrictions which were in place since it’s inception, saw some nice organic growth up to 175,000 domain names, until February of 2016 when the main domain registrar […]
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