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                                                   in Auction at NameJet
As Shane mentioned yesterday, is currently up for auction at NameJet. There are 62 active bidders for this great domain name, which is surprisingly low considering how many people there are out there who would make good use of this domain name. If I win the auction, I think it would be funny to set up an email address and use it to in  -   4/18/2014 7:01 PM
Even though Yahoo is so big, it’s totally worthless; Marissa Running Out of Options and Time.
PLUS: Business Names & Company Name Ideas -- How To Name A Business-- 5 Things We Know About Auto - Marchex; 15 Revealing Signs You Genuinely Love What You Do; How To Get Your CV To The Top Of The Pile; LinkedIn Hits 300 Million Users; Millennial Generation Customer Experience Expectations, Technology and… Tech Time Warp of the Week: Watch Sergey B
Frager Factor  -   4/18/2014 6:49 PM
Powered by CAX: Domain availability lists – LLL dot .pics domains from Uniregistry
Domain availability lists are generated using expert tools, and we bring you the best lists faster – absolutely FREE! If you need a short, memorable domain for your next dot .Pics web site, then you might consider picking one of these sweet, short three letter .Pics domains. And that’s exactly what this domain availability list […
DomainGang  -   4/18/2014 5:18 PM
Have Your Opinions Changed or Stayed The Same on the New gTLDs ?
Back on February 6, we posted a poll that asked readers to choose their interest level in the new gtlds.  Readers had a choice of strong interest, moderate interest or zero interest. The poll ran til April 1 and in total 240 readers voted. The results were : 132 Zero interest 70 Moderate interest 38 […
TheDomains  -   4/18/2014 4:58 PM
Consolidation Comes to the Domain Blog Business - DomainShane & AccidentalDomainer Are Merging
Consolidation has been re-shaping the domain industry for years now so it was just a matter of time before that irresistible force arrived in the blog sector of the business. and are merging into one new blog.
DNJournal  -   4/18/2014 3:37 PM
Sometimes, rules are meant to be broken
I’m all for playing by the rules, but sometimes there’s a higher calling. I was running late for lunch today, and on top of that I missed an exit, forcing me to drive to the next light. The line on the left was shorter, so naturally I took that, not noticing a guy who was [… The post Sometimes, rules are meant to be broken appeare  -   4/18/2014 3:23 PM
Bitcoin company among end user buyers at Sedo last week
A bitcoin company bought a domain at Sedo last week. Sedo had a solid sales week last week with $1.3 million worth of sales. Here are ten that were purchased by end users. You can view previous end user sales lists here. $10,000 – BitCoin Nordi, a bitcoin seller. $1,900 – FootballAddicts AB, […
Domain Name Wire  -   4/18/2014 2:46 PM
Tokyo Court Rejects Bankruptcy Protection for Mt.Gox
Yuri Kagema a writer for the AP,  reported that Mt. Gox will not received bankruptcy protection in Japan and will be liquidated.   The Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange in Tokyo is headed for liquidation after a court rejected its bankruptcy protection application. Mt. Gox said Wednesday the Tokyo District Court decided the company, which was […
TheDomains  -   4/18/2014 2:13 PM
Who Will Be The Google Of Apps? Acquired by Quixey
Yes, it’s pretty hard for a week to go by without another company that brands on .IO either raising their next round, or getting acquired by Silicon Valley favorites like Quixey. This week, a competing app search engine was acquired by Quixey, a startup that has raised $75M so far and is not slowing […
Morgan Linton  -   4/18/2014 1:29 PM
New gTLD Domain Sales: 3 sold for $3,000+ and 6 for $1,200+ each (,
This past week the following 2 Donuts New gTLDs entered general availability with EAP: .marketing and .holiday. The total Donuts EAP purchases from the first 3 EAP days is at about $16,200 or more depending on the premium domain names. … Continue reading →
Online Domain  -   4/18/2014 1:06 PM Another domain gem changed hands for $xx,xxx
Conan Pravasi is on a roll; the proud owner of has sold yet another top notch domain on DNForum: It’s a little known secret that people buy Lego kits from estates and resell them individually on eBay; domain portfolios acquired in the same manner can bring lots of profit when sold separately. This [… The post
DomainGang  -   4/18/2014 12:01 PM
Millionaires. Centimillionaires. Billionaires. (All Gathered at the ‘Entrepreneur Of The Year‘ Gala)
How Neil Young Won Kickstarter- The rock legend's PonoPlayer portable music device raised $6.2 million, becoming one of the most successful campaigns ever on the crowdfunding website; 3 Unconventional Ways to Inspire Employees; 7 Ways to Achieve Work/Life Harmony and … Tweet-a-Coffee: Another example of Starbucks' brilliance Owen Frager
Frager Factor  -   4/18/2014 11:35 AM
.Club Outfits a Bus in Vancouver
Watch out for the new .CLUB bus on the streets of Vancouver! #gtlds #newgtlds #dotclub #domains — .CLUB Domains (@getDotClub) April 18, 2014   According to this tweet made by the .Club Registry, there is at least one bus driving around Vancouver with .Club branding. This might not be the most targeted form of adverti  -   4/18/2014 10:56 AM
Uniregistry to Sponsor T.R.A.F.F.I.C. West 2014 at Las Vegas
Uniregistry will be sponsoring the luncheon on May 29th at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. West 2014 at Las Vegas. Here is the announcement from Rick Schwartz: T.R.A.F.F.I.C. is excited to announce that Frank Schilling’s UNIREGISTRY will be sponsoring the luncheon on Thursday, May 29th, at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. … Continue reading →
Online Domain  -   4/18/2014 10:35 AM
Infographic: LinkedIn hits 300 million member milestone
LinkedIn announced today, that they have 300 million registered users worldwide; 100 million of which reside in the US. The social network for professionals started in 2002, at a time before Facebook, filling the void for professional networking. “To get there, we are delivering personalized experiences built around members and their identity
DomainGang  -   4/18/2014 10:34 AM
.guru first new gTLD to 50,000 names
Donuts’ pioneering .guru yesterday became the first new gTLD to surpass 50,000 domain name registrations, according to today’s zone files. DI PRO makes today’s total 50,210, having added 209 names yesterday. Technically, that means .guru passed the 50k mark on Wednesday, but I’m excluding some infrastructural domains used by
DomainIncite  -   4/18/2014 10:15 AM
First .london anchor tenants named
The forthcoming .london gTLD has earmarked its first 28 domain names, most of which are going to some famous, and not-so-famous, local brands. Judging by the list of names, registry Dot London Domains is going for a relatively classy bunch of anchor tenants, which is probably why I wasn’t invited to the launch event earlier [… Related
DomainIncite  -   4/18/2014 9:53 AM
TRAFFIC receives Uniregistry sponsorship
It’s Phriday! No pumping here – just domain news done right. TRAFFIC announced the immediate sponsorship of its Las Vegas show by Uniregistry – Frank Schilling’s uber-registry and affiliate megacorp. In an email sent out earlier today, Rick Schwartz stated: “T.R.A.F.F.I.C. is excited to announce that Frank Schilling
DomainGang  -   4/18/2014 9:37 AM
Afilias’ new top level domain names have very slow first day
Color me surprised. Afilias launched its first six new top level domain names yesterday, and I’d rate it as the worst first day performance of any portfolio applicant. I’m basing this on changes to the zone files. Here are the six domains Afilias’ launched in general availability yesterday with how many domains they added to [R
Domain Name Wire  -   4/18/2014 9:31 AM
SHANE’S BIG LIST: Friday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on April 18th, 2014
I’m going to have to admit it.  Many of the articles on the domaining feed are down right unreadable.  We all pump.  We get paid to pump.  But due to the sheer number of new gTLDs coming out there is a much bigger need for pumping.  The competitiveness had also turned things ugly as readers and customers are getting tired of the articles and
Domain Shane  -   4/18/2014 7:37 AM