In a blog post today, Google introduced the world to the new Google+ “Today, we’re starting to introduce a fully redesigned Google+ that puts Communities and Collections front and center” “Communities, which now average 1.2 million new joins per day, and Collections, which launched just five months ago and is growing even faster. Whether it’s […]
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Its been an interesting couple of weeks for the .XYZ registry. It all started when Domainincite.com published a post on October 12th, talking about that .XYZ might block almost 40,000 domain names at the registry level on the request of China. That number of 40,000 words and phrases seemed to be reduced down to 12K […]
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We have written before about Google and their battle with certain European countries on the “right to be forgotten”. Google has contended that results should only be removed from the local country code results, so if someone from France makes a request, then the results no longer show on Google.fr. The E.U. would like to […]
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According to PCMag.com Google is rather peeved at Symantec for issuing fraudulent security certificates for numerous domains, including Google. This started out with just a few bad certs and then Google started looking into it themselves. Google found more bad certs than what Symantec first quoted, a few weeks later Symantec found more on their […]
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The new domain extension .XYZ has crossed the 1 Million domain name registration mark again. However now all of the “free” Network Solutions (NetSol) domain names that were stuffed into customers accounts on a non-automatic renewal basis have run their course. So all remaining Netsol registrations for an .XYZ domain exist because the owner paid […]
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Verisign’s (VRSN) published the top 10 keywords in registered in .COM and .NET in September and with the help of Google who bought amazing publicity to the .XYZ extension with its acquisition of abc.xyz, the term XYZ was number 6 on the top 10 .com list. In all 2356 .com domain names were registered that […]
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In a blog post yesterday Google warned sites that volatile Google’s Webmaster Guidelines repeatedly can be barred from the search engine results pages (SERPs) permanently. “In order to protect the quality of our search results, we take automated and manual actions against sites that violate our Webmaster Guidelines. When your site has a manual action […]
Google Inc. continues to buy domain names relating to the early August 2015 announcement of holding company Alphabet Inc. and has acquired ABCAlphabet.com that was a developed kids website. Alphabet.kr was also recently acquired by MarkMonitor.
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Looking at whois records for other cctlds on the heels of the .mx purchase, it looks like ABC.cm changed hands on 8/7. The domain looked to have been owned by a Chinese registrant. Of course .cm has been in the news before, Kevin Ham was once profiled in a Business 2.0 article that is published […]
I came across a blog post on PublicDomains.com and it talked about ABC.mx being sold by the owner of the blog. To our surprise one of our domains sold last week (08/04/1) and matches Google’s new site, that domain is ABC.mx. We purchased the domain back in September of 2009 from the landrush phase at a price of […]