The Yin to the Yang of Domain Sales
Although it isn’t a regular column to this blog, consider this my weekend musings, if you will.  The following are some thoughts I was having a moment ago while giving my head and beard a quick trim for the coming week. Several days ago I caught a post on Abdul Basit’s blog, New Year Starts […]Related Posts:Francois... - Sunday, January 18, 2015 - 22:46
Moniker Exiting the Drop Game?
One of the company’s drop-catching proxy registrars SantiamDomains recently (and quietly) changed hands and is now under’s ownership. This article is purely speculative, but it’s based on something that I learned today while troubleshooting some domain administration issues. A domain that I had caught at Sna... - Thursday, January 8, 2015 - 14:28
Will WordPress Acquire and Use Word.Press?
.Press is open for landrush registration as of today, August 26th.  It will be interesting to see who turns up as the owner of Word.Press, provided the name is not being held back by the registry. If it turns out to be WordPress themselves, and they actually do something with the domain, such a move […]Related Posts:Some Web Ho... - Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - 20:43
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Beware Go Daddy Phishing Email – Status Alert: Potential risk to the server.
I received a notification in my spam folder today with the following subject line: Status Alert: Potential risk to the server. Hovering above the sender in Gmail reveals the spammer is masking their email as However the message is not legitimate.  The actual hyperlink contained in the email points to a .ru (Russ... - Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - 18:55 Finally Changes Hands
Back in 2010, I covered the domain, which had been sitting idly for years without resolving.  The owner had been adamant that, “this domain is not for sale. Please do not call. Please do not write. Please do not email.” Then again toward the end of 2012 I speculated that the domain’s value might […]Re... - Monday, August 25, 2014 - 17:48
Why Do You Bid So Early On Go Daddy Expired Domain Auctions?
There are a lot of reasons I can think of that one might want to bid on a Go Daddy expiring auction more than 7 to 10 days in advance of the end date, and absolutely none of them make sense. Following is a poll to see if we can get to the bottom of […]Related Posts:Update: No Longer At Auction on CAXShort List Of One-Wor... - Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 16:43
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Bought on Namejet this past January, the domain was resold in Sedo’s GreatDomains auction which closed last Thursday. While eyeballing a domain at Sedo’s latest monthly GreatDomains auction which closed this past Thursday, another domain, caught my eye because I knew I had seen it before in the not too... - Monday, June 30, 2014 - 11:43
Pending Delete Domain Assigned the Wrong Drop Date At Namejet Today
This morning I was going to put in a back order at Namejet for, a domain that I believed to be dropping from the registry today. When I headed over to Namejet to register the back order, I was surprised to see that there was (and still is) a day left until closing time, […]Related Flipped For ... - Friday, June 27, 2014 - 14:39 Is Holding a Contest, and Tomorrow Is the Last Day To Enter
From the blog … Get Loco With and Win a Free Domain is going loco, and we’re taking you with us! To help spread the word about, the world’s only exclusive market for buying and selling .mx domains, we will go to any lengths – even giving away one of our […]Related ... - Monday, May 19, 2014 - 16:59
*** Click to list your domain for sale at CAX *** Reaches $2,427 at Namejet with 22 Hours To Go
In case you weren’t aware, Namejet has a featured auction running for a plethora of 3-number .Asia domains. The names were opened for pre-bidding several weeks ago, and the private auctions are now all officially under way. 888 is considered a luck number in Chinese culture. According to this Chinese Lucky Number Cheat Sheet fo... - Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 18:8
.Club Domains Enter General Availability – Did You Get Any?
Admittedly I have been a bit lackadaisical in keeping up on the new TLD launches. This has been to my detriment, on the one hand, as I may have missed out on some possible opportunities in these new spaces that could be fruitful down the road. On the other hand, its also worked to my […]Related Posts:Should You Compete On Price... - Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 17:39

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