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EstesPark.com : A 1995 geo-domain *finally* to go live after 21 years
We have a faint recollection of our 21st birthday, it was a day of heavy drinking and debauchery, oh so many moons ago. 😀 In the world of domain names, being 21 is actually ancient, and in 1995 the world wide web was barely getting started. Google would not form until two years later, and [… Copyright DomainGang
DomainGang  -   5/24/2016 4:40 PM
 
  
Undeveloped Auction Has Started With 135+ Domains
Undeveloped’s first premium domain auction has started. The auction includes short domains like UPD.com to premium product specific domains like RedWine.com. Domains from various extensions like .com, .co.uk, .nl, .de, .it and .es are included in the auction. The auction runs until the 14th of June. Here are some interesting facts and figures
Online Domain  -   5/24/2016 4:23 PM
 
  
Why A Good Domain Name Is The Window To Your Brand; How to Reach Customers Across Screens and Devices
Fourth Largest Reported Domain Name Sale Ever; Facebook’s Troubling One-Way Mirror; How 'Made In China' Became Cool; Apple Suppliers Bringing Higher-Definition Screens to 2017 iPhone; R/GA Moves Into The World's Most Connected Office; One Domain Name Can Change Everything; How to manage workers in the gig economy; For Uber, Lagos is bigger than Lon
Frager Factor  -   5/24/2016 4:00 PM
 
  
Another Chance to Win Some Cash – Where will 13.Co Close ?
A couple of weeks ago we gave you a chance to make your best guess on where 27.com would close with the closest guess winning $50. We are giving you another chance at $50 by picking the closing price on 13.co. The 2N.co domain is expiring on Go Daddy and will close May 30. The [… The post Another Chance to Win Some Cash – Where will 13.
TheDomains  -   5/24/2016 3:09 PM
 
  
Undeveloped : Domain auction of hand-picked domains goes live today
A list of hand-picked domain names begins its auction course today, May 24th until June 14th, as a sidekick to Domaining Europe. Undeveloped.com, managers of the domain auction, shared with us the following information: “Undeveloped’s first curated premium domain auction has started! You now have the opportunity to get your hands on one of th
DomainGang  -   5/24/2016 2:02 PM
 
  
Chinese domain market sales : Don’t be a desperate man!
The Chinese market is driven by China’s unique society, which is different than 30 years ago. Yesterday, we shared how unmarried Chinese women over the age of 27 are considered “left overs.” It seems that there is a good reason behind that. 😉 A Chinese man in despair over his girlfriend’s decision to break up, [… Copy
DomainGang  -   5/24/2016 1:17 PM
 
  
What were people thinking when they registered these domains?
Capitalizing on a tragedy by registering domain names. Egypt Air Flight 804 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last week, and all on board are presumed dead. Such an event generates a lot of emotion, from sadness to fear, especially for the victims’ families. It is beyond belief to me that people would try to capitalize [… The post What
Domain Name Wire  -   5/24/2016 12:57 PM
 
  
Click Bait, Traffic Traps, and Integrity; Cook: Apps Are Future of TV
10 Ways to De-risk your Startup; ne of the hottest tech stocks is helping make driverless cars a reality.; After 60 Years in Advertising, I Believe True Creativity Is More Powerful Than Ever; The Science of Intuition: How to Measure 'Hunches' and 'Gut Feelings’; The Best Way to Deal with Gossip and Personal Attacks; The Misconception of Creative Th
Frager Factor  -   5/24/2016 12:39 PM
 
  
Domain Inquiry Follow Up Emails I Like & Don’t Like
I have been making a few inquiries lately for some domain names that are parked at DomainNameSales or the new Uniregistry Market. I bought a couple of domains but I am also interested in the ones I didn’t purchase for the simple reason that I am monitoring the follow-up emails. Most if not all of … The post Domain Inquiry Follow Up Emai
Online Domain  -   5/24/2016 12:25 PM
 
  
JP Morgan Chase Acquires JPMC.com
It looks like JP Morgan Chase recently made an important domain name acquisition. Whois records show the banking and financial services conglomerate has acquired the JPMC.com domain name. I am not sure how regularly the company is referred to simply as “JPMC” but it seems to be the most commonly used acronym. DomainTools historical Whoi
DomainInvesting.com  -   5/24/2016 12:19 PM
 
  
John Berryhill defends another animal
This time, it’s a fire-breather. Bored with common earth creatures, domain name attorney John Berryhill has apparently moved on to mythical ones. He has successfully defended the domain names Pig.com, Elephant.com, Squirrels.com, Elk.com and Ant.com in previous UDRPs. Now he can add DragonBleu.com (blue dragon) to the list. Berryhill represen
Domain Name Wire  -   5/24/2016 12:07 PM
 
  
Sacrebleu! French ‘Blue Dragon’ domain owner fought back the UDRP
The French owner of the aged domain DragonBleu.com felt the flame of another French company, who filed a UDRP against them. Dragon Bleu, SAS of Rungis, France alleged that the software creator company infringed on its trademark, related to a martial arts sportswear and martial arts promotions. The Respondent is a games software producer, focusing [
DomainGang  -   5/24/2016 11:43 AM
 
  
Domain gang : Donuts, Uniregistry founders on the same INTA panel
It’s a big day today for the domain industry, as two large domain registrars that often clash in the gTLD auctions arena are sharing the same discussion panel. Donuts co-founder, Dan Schindler and Uniregistry founder, Frank Schilling, are attending INTA; the largest conference of IP and trademark professionals here in central Florida. This ye
DomainGang  -   5/24/2016 11:31 AM
 
  
1st Domain Startup Summit Posts Conference Agenda and an Impressive Lineup of Speakers
In early April I told you about a unique new one-day conference coming to California in July. The Co-Founders of the Domain Startup Summit have been busy since then, putting together an ambitious agenda and an all-star line-up of speakers for their debut event.
DNJournal  -   5/24/2016 11:05 AM
 
  
Hexonet expands new TLD drop catching service
Customers can soon backorder premium domains and .top domain names. Domain name registrar Hexonet is expanding its domain backordering system for new top level domain names. The company recently expanded its backordering technology to drop catch expiring domain names from Donuts and Rightside. Starting next month, the backorder system will allow cu
Domain Name Wire  -   5/24/2016 9:27 AM
 
  
.VIP Makes $3.2 Million In Revenue In 5 Days Since Launch
Minds + Machines Group Limited (AIM:MMX), reported the record-breaking launch of its .vip top-level domain that entered General Availability at 1600hrs UTC on 17 May 2016. As of 1600hrs UTC on 22 May 2016, registrations taken by the Company had reached 203,720, .vip having been placed in the top 20 of new gTLDs within 5 … The post .VIP Makes
Online Domain  -   5/24/2016 6:34 AM
 
  
DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s JV Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, May 24th
  I watched the latest DomainSherpa.com review yesterday, as usual it was entertaining and informative. One thing that I thought I’d give my 2 cents on was the course the portfolio submitter should take in the future. I think that he should shoot big but sell for profit as soon as he can. There’s no formula as to how long he’
Domain Shane  -   5/24/2016 5:00 AM
 
  
Go Daddy Auction Picks 5-24-16
Go Daddy Auction Picks 5-24-16 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com Pagex.com was the top closing auction for Go Daddy on Monday, the domain closed at $4,400. Today there are a couple interesting names, M00.com the auction is a public auction and it has met reserve. Currently at $3,000. TrackingSoftware.com is over $600. This name should have a […
Hybrid Domainer  -   5/24/2016 3:33 AM
 
  
Chinese domain market sales : Hungry for numeric .NETs
It’s already “tomorrow” in China, where unmarried Chinese women over the age of 27 are considered to be too old, and often rent boyfriends to calm down their parents on holidays; they are called “sheng nu” or “leftover women”. A great video titled “China’s Fake Boyfriends” is both very ent
DomainGang  -   5/23/2016 10:52 PM
 
  
Sedo's Strategy for Promoting and Marketing New gTLDs and Accelerating Aftermarket Sales
Ever since new gTLDs began rolling out there has been criticism that they haven't been marketed vigorously enough. If there is a problem, Sedo is not part of it. They will end up putting new gTLDs front & center at 45 shows & events around the world before this year is out.
DNJournal  -   5/23/2016 10:16 PM