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Powered by CAX: List of all available 3 to 8 letter Dictionary Word dot .Link domains from Unireg...
Single word, dictionary domain names stand a better chance of being used as brands, or to be resold. Who was the ‘smart’ guy that said all the good dot .link domains are taken? (LOL) Here’s the list of all available 3 to 8 letter dictionary words (in English), presented below for the dot .Link gTLD […] - 1 hr 13 min ago
Powered by CAX: Domain availability lists – LLL dot .link domains from Uniregistry
If you have a business, or work for a company with a long-ass, hard to remember domain, then you might consider rebranding to a sweet, short three letter .Link domain. And that’s exactly what this domain availability list is all about: a list of all currently available to register LLL dot .link domains from Uniregistry. […... - 3 hr 12 min ago
Affiliate commissions: How much is Uniregistry paying for domain referrals?
Uniregistry announced its affiliate commission program a few days ago; the process is also explained in a step-by-step manual for Domain Name Sales users. Just how much is Uniregistry paying for domains that are registered via an affiliate link referral? The earnings vary according to the TLD, and there is a useful table that explain... - 9 hr 8 min ago
GoDaddy’s first gTLD launches in June
GoDaddy, the biggest domain registrar in the world, isn’t shying away from the use of performance-enhancing (but legal) substances. The infamous GoDaddy commercial aired during the Super Bowl, was a precursor to the first gTLD by GoDaddy: dot .roids. Aimed at lifters, meatheads, pumpers and steroid fans, dot .roids will utilize... - 11 hr 19 min ago
Watch Rick and Howard dance like never before!
It’s not a secret that Rick Schwartz and Howard Neu, founders of TRAFFIC, like to entertain their guests, during the domain conference’s parties. They also enjoy dancing, and we’re not talking about silly bopping here – it’s jump ‘n jive like it’s 1955! Proof comes in a new video where Rick, ... - 14 hr 18 min ago
Dot .Poor gTLD launch rewards tightwad domain investors
Whether you are simply a tightwad, stingy domainer, or just “a poor boy from a poor family”, the upcoming launch of dot .Poor is guaranteed to catch your attention. Priced aggressively, dot .Poor will convince even the most raging anti-gTLD crowd, according to the Registry, Poor Boy Domains LLC. “We’ve been re... - 14 hr 56 min ago
UDRP for gTLD: Heavy Duty or Harley Davidson?
A UDRP against the domain name was decided recently, with the Complainant awarded the domain name from a non-responsive Respondent. Harley Davidson, world-famous for its motorcycles – affectionately called “bikes” – owns a trademark for “H-D” since 1984; that’s 30 full years. The reg... - Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 17:31
Big data: Domainfest reveals key domain conference statistics
Domainfest 2014 was a complete success; the established domain conference attracted several hundred participants, many of which were groupies of the megagroup, Stone Temple Pilots. Just how well did Domainfest do? Oversee released key domain statistics about the domain conference, that present a good analysis of the event’s bro... - Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 13:26
TRAFFIC extends ‘free hotel nights’ at the Bellagio – Offer expires on Friday
TRAFFIC 2014 in Las Vegas is approaching fast; Rick Schwartz has just sent out an update on extending the free nights at the Bellagio offer: Back by popular demand! Domainers like the Free Room nights at the Bellagio in Las Vegas and we have received dozens of requests to extend that offer because many of […] The post TRAFFIC e... - Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 11:31
DNW: First time gTLD registrant frames his dot .link domain
There’s always a first time, and there’s no reason to be bashful or ashamed about it. Domain Name Wire editor, Andrew Allemann, registered his first gTLD domain ever, and it wasn’t a donut, but a crispy rum cake instead. “I’ve always been a fan of Frank Schilling, so it was a non-brainer to register one ... - Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 10:24
Have a hand registered beer with Sevan and some chick pics with Darryl!
Sevan Derderian, Director of Sales for Uniregistry, is a beer aficionado; the warm, sandy beaches of the Cayman islands is the best place to kick back and have a cold one. With Uniregistry launching five new gTLDs today, Sevan would not let the opportunity pass by, and he is the proud owner of – a […] The post ... - Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 15:0
Dot .photo past 2000 registrations as new Uniregistry gTLDs launch
Dot .photo, the Uniregistry gTLD aimed at photography enthusiasts, jumped past 2000 registrations in its first minutes of availability, earlier today. Other gTLDs launching today from Uniregistry include dot .link, which is being promoted as a great alternative to dot .com, dot .pics, dot .guitars and dot .gift. The official zone fil... - Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 12:13
Warrior Forum joins Freelancer
Warrior Forum, one of the oldest web forums for Internet marketers – often referred to as affiliate marketing specialists – has been absorbed by Freelancer, a freelance job industry giant. This might not please some of its oldest members, as the Warrior Forum community was always seen as independent from any external infl... - Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 11:50
Happy Passover domainers!
Passover began in the evening tonight; for many domainers of the Jewish faith, this is a chance to get together with friends and family to celebrate a very old tradition. Passover celebrates the liberation from slavery under the Pharaohs in ancient Egypt, more than 3300 years ago. The Hebrew Bible describes the event in the […]... - Monday, April 14, 2014 - 20:31
ICANN threatening acronyms and other desirable domain names
Canadian Domain investor, George Kirikos, has been following ICANN closely for more than a decade. Often commenting on upcoming changes and proposals requesting public feedback, George Kirikos is able to ‘read between the lines‘ and identify more or less visible issues, and often raises awareness to them. In an exchange t... - Monday, April 14, 2014 - 17:46
ICANN: ‘Training wheels off’ in a new global Internet governance advertisement
ICANN has been upping its game with regards to raising awareness about the proposed multistakeholder assumption of Internet governance. President and CEO, Fadi Chehadé, stated recently that the Internet is mature enough to let go of its “training wheels” – a clear reference to the anticipated end of stewardship by t... - Monday, April 14, 2014 - 16:24
Domainer doldrums end as Tax deadline nears
Thousands of domain professionals are about to return to their usual domain investing activities, as Tax season ends tomorrow in the US. Having processed hundreds of documents, payment stubs and expenses, domainers are wrapping up crunching numbers in order to pay Uncle Sam’s taxes. “I cannot believe it took me so long to... - Monday, April 14, 2014 - 12:38
Domain collisions demonstrated in new video has created an expert video, demonstrating the problem with domain collisions that many system administrators are currently facing. Vic Dixon analyzed Newton’s first law, that states: Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it. “Coll... - Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 16:22
Shocking news: New Domain Registries are in for the money
A shocking revelation is sending waves of mixed emotions across the domain industry: domain registries launching new gTLDs are actually looking to profit from their business endeavor. The leaked news was not perceived well by domainers, who expected registries such as Donuts, Inc., Uniregistry and Minds+Machines to be goodwill corpor... - Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 11:11
101Domain: Reset your passwords due to the ‘Heartbleed bug’
The Heartbleed incident is becoming a pain in the butt for many service providers, that have updated their SSL certificates, patched their servers and are now scrambling to have their users change their passwords. In the domain universe, Dynadot asked its users to change their passwords; now it’s the time of 101Domain. In an em... - Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 23:11

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