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Cute.com Sale @ $230,000 Means What For These Similar “Cute” Domains?
Cute.com was sold for $230,000 at Heritage Auctions recent domain name auction event. What does that mean for these other "Cute" domains? The post Cute.com Sale @ $230,000 Means What For These Similar “Cute” Domains? appeared first on DNSR.
DNSR.com - Friday, July 25, 2014 - 14:18
This Domain Portfolio Is Available For… One Billion Dollars! ($1.2B Actually)
CCIN, former owners of Whisky.com which they recently sold for $3.1 million have shocked the domain world with news that they're ready to part ways with the portfolio for…wait for it…wait for it…now do your best Doctor Evil impression… One Billion Dollars! Actually $1.2 Billion for 41 domains, or approximately $30 million each. The ...
DNSR.com - Monday, July 7, 2014 - 16:43
Domain Registrars – Adapt Or Die – Google’s Coming
Google is officially getting into the domain business. Here’’s how GoDaddy can possibly hope to survive.
DNSR.com - Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 17:43
Did Apple Just Possibly Help The Domain Industry & Hurt GTLD’s?
Wow, Apple just gave .Com domains, and EMD's in particular a big wet kiss, and quite possibly the kiss-off to the new GTLD's. The post Did Apple Just Possibly Help The Domain Industry & Hurt GTLD’s? appeared first on DNSR.
DNSR.com - Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 20:11
Medicare.com Was Acquired For $4.8M by eHealth Insurance (EHTH)
eHealth has stated in their quarterly filing that they not only paid $4.8 million for Medicare.com, but they go on to say not just in the filing but in the earnings call with analysts that this was a pure domain acquisition despite the fact that there is a website in place and some amount of traffic. This is the highest sale since 20...
DNSR.com - Friday, May 2, 2014 - 19:51
Eight Figure Sale Of EMD To End User Possibly Being Confirmed Today
There's a potential $10M+ EMD sale being announced today. Acquired by a leading end user, this news might help prove that end users aren't shying away from EMD domains. The caveat being that you have to build and monetize them the right way. With so much focus on the new GTLD's and their negative effects on .Com, .Net and .Org sales ...
DNSR.com - Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 11:44
Google’s April Fools Joke – AdBirds!
Google has launched one of their best April's Fools jokes in recent years. This is both comical and really creative. What's your favorite Google AdBird? Let us know in the comments. The post Google’s April Fools Joke – AdBirds! appeared first on DNSR.
DNSR.com - Tuesday, April 1, 2014 - 2:53
Review Of Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry – It Is A Game Changing Solution
We review Frank Schilling's newly launched Uniregistry and see for ourselves what the company has to offer. Without revealing too much in the preview, we think that Uniregistry will become a hit with serious domain owners and investors. The post Review Of Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry – It Is A Game Changing Solution app...
DNSR.com - Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 9:15
Domain Asset Recovery Reboots as Vurgo or Vurgo.com – Same Crap – Just A New Name
Why is it that some shady businesses just won't go away in the domain industry? Is what John Bonk and Domain Asset Recovery / Vurgo / Vurgo.com are doing technically illegal? Maybe not. What is for certain, is that it is one of the most unethical domain industry businesses around that just won't go away. Apparently the drop list / ph...
DNSR.com - Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 15:30
Erika L. Hengst Defeats “Dragon City” Video Game Publisher SocialPoint In UDRP
In a very important victory for generic domain owners, "Dragon City" video game publisher Social Point is defeated by attorney Erika L. Hengst in their attempt to claim rights to SocialPoint.com via UDRP. The post Erika L. Hengst Defeats “Dragon City” Video Game Publisher SocialPoint In UDRP appeared first on DNSR.
DNSR.com - Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 8:22
The Best Possible Scenario For The .Sucks Extension
If the .Sucks TLD actually makes it into the auction process and is ultimately won by Donuts, here's what we hope is the end result of this domain extension that is already wildly unpopular with the domain community. The extension has yet to face the scrutiny of major news publications, when that happens, the screams of extortion by ...
DNSR.com - Tuesday, January 14, 2014 - 4:0
Is New Free Trade Agreement The End Of TM Domains? Are GTLD’s To Blame? SOPA 2.0?
Wikileaks has released confidential documents that show that a pending international trade agreement might bring about the second coming of SOPA, or what we're giving the movie star treatment with the title of: SOPA Part Duex - Kiss Your (Domain) Assets Goodbye The post Is New Free Trade Agreement The End Of TM Domains? Are GTLDR...
DNSR.com - Wednesday, November 13, 2013 - 18:40
In Time For Halloween – ScaredBros.com – Best Of The Scared Bros Meme
We cover ScaredBros.com, a great way to view the best of the best of the scared bros photos meme. Happy Halloween! The post In Time For Halloween – ScaredBros.com – Best Of The Scared Bros Meme appeared first on DNSR.
DNSR.com - Monday, October 14, 2013 - 18:8
Best Use Of An “Adult Domain” In A Non-Adult Way?
Adult domains, what are they really worth these days? The online adult entertainment industry is in what some would describe as an ugly turf war. Domain extensions (such as .xxx) in a battle with content providers, the industry has seen more "roll-ups" (short for larger companies buying out their smaller competitors) than any other i...
DNSR.com - Friday, September 6, 2013 - 16:18
ZocDoc Acquired HealthMarketplace.com, Possibly Moving Into Health Insurance
Last week the website FreeObamacareGuide.com which is (obviously) a website dedicated to providing free information on Obamacare noticed that ZocDoc had taken HealthMarketplace.com out of private registration and was re-directing it to its homepage at ZocDoc.com. The post ZocDoc Acquired HealthMarketplace.com, Possibly Moving Into He...
DNSR.com - Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - 12:33
Kevin Ham just scored big, LG announces iPad competitor called the GPAD.
According to an article on Business Insider, LG is coming out with a tablet of their own called the GPad. The company has had an active TM with the USPTO since 2011, screen shot below. Well it certainly looks as if Kevin Ham just scored big officially, the competing tablet has been a rumor for some time now.The post Kevin Ham just sc...
DNSR.com - Sunday, September 1, 2013 - 14:12
Branding With A Premium Generic – Maids.com
Whenever I see a company using a premium generic like this in their online marketing, on a billboard, vehicle etc I'll try to snap a picture of it. (I most likely look like a weirdo in the process) Today I got to see a great business in operation, a well run franchise operation that's also controlling the arguably two very best premi...
DNSR.com - Wednesday, July 31, 2013 - 7:44

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