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Till Domains do us part: Divorced couple in dispute over domains
A former couple from Cleveland, is fighting over the fallout caused by their apparently bitter divorce. The man accuses his now ex wife of stealing his personal “web sites“. According to an article covering the police report, the domains under dispute were registered in the couple’s names, and there was a debate about how theyR
DomainGang  -   10/25/2014 3:58 PM
Why Your Job Description Is Where Dreams Go To Die; My Dentist 3D Printed My Crown
7 Reasons Switching to Mac;Hottest College Professors in America; Amazon Spends and Grows, but Still Wants for Money; What Your Employer Might Do When You Resign-Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 Needs Overhaul ; and.. Thousands of former unpaid Saturday Night Live interns will share a $6.4-million settlement after they filed a class-ac
Frager Factor  -   10/25/2014 11:42 AM
Alert: is currently a stolen domain – Do not buy
Mike Loucks is familiar with the headaches arising from domain theft; his business domain,, was stolen in the mid-2000’s by an Iranian hacker. Back then, was hijacked while at Network Solutions, using a bit of social engineering. Loucks, whose immediate family are lawyers, used these resources to quickly reclaim the domain. He
DomainGang  -   10/25/2014 10:52 AM
ICANN’s Haul From Just 7 Last Resort New gTLD Auctions Tops $26 Million
ICANN just released a report showing that it has received over $26 Million dollars from last resort new gTLD auctions. The total amount received by ICANN from the last resort auctions is $26,172,919. That amount is net of auction set up guarantees, set up and cancellation auction fees paid to Power Auctions the provider of […
TheDomains  -   10/25/2014 10:49 AM
Flippa Weekly Domain Sales: $45,000, $13,433
Highest sale this week at Flippa was the domain name that was sold for $45,000. Post-Auction Negotiation was the method of sale for 6 domains of this week’s list. These Flippa post-auction negotiations are working very well. There were 3 … Continue reading →
Online Domain  -   10/25/2014 10:46 AM
Richard Lau: Conference badge design – The 2015 Edition is here!
An intuitive article on conference badge design, by Richard Lau, founder of NamesCon. Last year about this time I wrote an article about designing a great conference badge. I have been to many conferences since, and thought it would be useful to discuss some of the larger conferences that have, in my personal opinion, failed [… Copyright Doma
DomainGang  -   10/25/2014 9:12 AM
DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Saturday 10/23
Here are today’s names.  17 years old.  GotMilk is very protective of their brand but I think you’ll be OK.  NOT legal advice, just opinion  Acronym or page rank business.  If there is such a thing.  Let’s pretend its a thing for the sake of this description.  As I write this I’m also starting to see th
Domain Shane  -   10/25/2014 7:45 AM
Daily Sales Recap 10-24-14 sells for $3,300 on NameJet
Daily Sales Recap 10-24-14 sold for $3,600 on NameJet and sold for $3,300. Flippa saw close at $2,601 with 122 bids. closed at $2,750 on Go Daddy Auctions. Sedo Sales (1,600 USD) (2,000 USD) (1,002 GBP) (1,200 USD) (1,190
Hybrid Domainer  -   10/25/2014 6:37 AM
Update on Top 10 Sales from Two Year Ago:,,,, More
We’re going two years back in time this week…..we lost alignment with DN Journal’s list somewhere along the line….. 1. for $75,000 An upgrade from “Vogel Business Media, Germany’s major specialist media publisher, provides high-quality specialist media for established and up-and-coming profes
Domain Shane  -   10/24/2014 10:05 PM
This Dog Makes $15,000 A Month; Who's Really Winning The Search War?
Launch Your Story Like a CEO; Apple will reportedly integrate Beats Music with iTunes next year; OUT OF OFFICE, OUT OF MONEY; The New Economics of Celebrity— Kim Kardashian turned 34 earlier this week – and was paid $500,000 by TAO nightclub in Las Vegas to celebrate her milestone with...7 Reasons Why Boomers are Switching to Mac and … 17 Things Yo
Frager Factor  -   10/24/2014 9:20 PM
Facebook copied its Rooms from Room, a private social network app
Launched to much fanfare, Facebook Rooms attempts to bring back the 90’s, introducing “chatrooms” where users interact presumably anonymously, using nicknames instead of their real names. Facebook is using the domain to promote its product, and the Montenegrin ccTLD Registry saw this as a great endorsement of their produc
DomainGang  -   10/24/2014 8:15 PM
Daily Domain Sales (10-23-2014): $17,500, $2,601
There were 17 4-figure sales yesterday plus the Great Domains auction and of course reported the sale of the domain for $50,000 plus shares for a total of more than $200k. Rolf Larsen, founder and CEO of dot … Continue reading →
Online Domain  -   10/24/2014 7:32 PM
TGIF! DNPost Pumps Domain Bloggers!
It’s Phriday! Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of yet another exciting week, but with the weekend ahead, it’s time to reward yourself. DNPost, the “baby” of all domain forums, rolled out yet another colorful video. This time around, it’s not about the DNPost Twins, but about domain bloggers. It’s
DomainGang  -   10/24/2014 7:22 PM
Dramatic Comeback for Domain Sales Reached a Crescendo With Huge Gains in 1Q-2014
After a long, debilitating recession sales in the domain aftermarket finally started a comeback in 2013. The rally continued with some astounding gains in the first quarter of 2014 and after quarters 2 and 3, sales are still running far ahead of where they were at the same point last year.
DNJournal  -   10/24/2014 5:11 PM
Yoyo Email Ltd loses UDRP over domain
Yoyo Email, Ltd. is a British company that somehow managed to break all records for the total number of UDRPs filed against, in a given year. Frankly, we have lost count, as the company has registered thousands of dot .Email domains, matching company names, trademarks and products. In the case of, some stern commentary [… Copyrig
DomainGang  -   10/24/2014 3:14 PM
Paper: New gTLDs, Registries & Registrars (Myth & Fact)
A new paper commissioned by CENTR and written by Architelos evaluating the impact of new gTLDs, in particular on the domain name sales channels has been published. In August of 2014, CENTR commissioned Architelos to conduct a study documenting the … Continue reading →
Online Domain  -   10/24/2014 2:55 PM
Over 200 expired domain name sales [results]
Joseph Peterson reviews the past week of expired domain name auctions. It will surprise some people that the country responsible for last week’s #2 Namejet expired auction is Turkey. ($11.4k) describes a seaside resort region. No, Italy, Greece, and Spain are not the only countries on the Mediterranean. ICANN has offices in Turkey,
Domain Name Wire  -   10/24/2014 2:37 PM
The Media Outrage over Sparks an almost 10 fold increase in Ebola related registrations
Back on October 9, 2014 CNBC was the first media outlet that covered the domain being for sale. On October 14, the media frenzy started and their were posts all over the mainstream media, from The Daily Mail to The Washington Post. Yesterday Elliot Silver posted about the sale of to Cannabis Sativa, […
Hybrid Domainer  -   10/24/2014 2:27 PM
Analyst ups forecast for new TLDs, $900MM bookings by 2016
Analyst becomes more bullish on new top level domain name potential. B. Riley analyst Sameet Sinha has increased his forecast for new top level domain name registrations after attending last week’s ICANN conference in Los Angeles. Previously, he was calling for about 20 million new TLD registrations from 2014-2016, now he’s pegging it a
Domain Name Wire  -   10/24/2014 1:53 PM
FoxNews Reports On Media Org’s Calling Google’s .Soy new gTLD “Segregation” For Latinos
According to a story out in, Google’s recent announcement of its new .SOY domain, meant to appeal to Latinos, has drawn criticism and jest from a number of places. .Soy (Spanish for “I am”) according to Google “offers Hispanic consumers, brands and publishers “a place to build, create and share culturally relevan
TheDomains  -   10/24/2014 12:32 PM