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21 hours 47 min
Ename produced an excellent piece on domains, the article is chock full of data and graphs. Some of the findings include: There are 676 domains in the world, among which 378 domains, that is, 55.9% have been set up to websites, and 298 domains remain website undeveloped. 378 end users are located […] The post An updated look at data appeared first on
15 hours 10 min
GoDaddy VP and Aftermarket GM Paul Nicks was one of the keynote speakers at the 2019 NamesCon conference. Because of the amount of data and insight that was shared in his NamesCon 2018 keynote presentation, Paul’s keynote was the one I was looking forward to seeing the most. A few weeks ago, I shared Paul’s presentation slides […]
1 day 10 hours
Rick Schwartz, the de facto Domain King, reclaimed his Twitter handle after someone else registered it in February. Rick’s return to social media wasn’t motivated by any willingness to start posting on Twitter – far from that. In his own words, the Domain King attributed his repossession of @DomainKing to brand protection: “Getting my @DomainKing […] Copyright DomainG...
11 hours 14 min
The biggest surprise for many in GGRG's latest quarterly report on short .com sales will be seeing a record high in dollar volume for 4-letter .coms.
19 hours 56 min
Last November I wrote about closing at $853,000 on Flippa. This was a developed website. I kept checking the whois and said to a friend maybe it did not sell because there was no update. Well now it’s updated, the buyer was revealed on as they found a Ukranian website that revealed the […] The post new owner revealed appeared first on TheDomains.c...
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The BBC will be airing a documentary about Divyank Turakhia, the self-made billionaire who founded a number of companies with his brother Bhavin. Many domain investors know Div through his involvement with Directi and related domain industry companies like Skenzo, Radix, Big Rock, and quite a few others. Div and Bhavin really hit it big […]
18 hours 58 min was the subject of a UDRP proceeding at the National Arbitration Forum (NAF). The decision was published over the weekend, and the three member panel found in favor of the domain registrant. In addition, the panel ruled that the case was brought in bad faith and “that reverse domain name hijacking has occurred.” The […]