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- An offer on a new gTLD went from $20k – $100k, in one dayMorganLinton.com: Okay, before I get into the topic of this post I thought I’d mention my lucky number since it directly relates to this in a strange way. When I first started college one of my friends mentioned that the number 23 had always been lucky for him and 323 had been even luckier. My first […]
- AUCTION RECAP OF FEBRUARY 23, 2018DSAD.com: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on February 23, 2018. If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve. I’m only showing where the price was when th...
- Namejet sold 103 domains for $459,009 in January (py.net, stronghealth.com, these.com)OnlineDomain.com: Namejet released it’s January 2018 domain name auctions report that includes many 1-word and 2-word domains and a few numerics. Namejet sold 103 (141 domains in December) domains in January for a total of $459,009 ($859,043 in December). Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. Of course most of the domain R.. […]
- The .biz extension looks like it’s on a downward spiralTNTNames.com: Today: The ideal length of time to hold your domain assets before selling or dropping / Expiring vs Listed / Appraise Updater.net / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. Yeet.io – Popular phrase – Really? It’s … Continue reading →
- UDRP Reform Can’t Come Fast EnoughStrategicRevenue.com: NEW YORK, NY – There is a new trend out there and you won’t notice it by searching Google Trends. No, it’s a quietly growing trend that is not something most people know about. It’s also not something most people will fight for, but the ICA is working on a resolution, and it looks like […]
- An offer on a new gTLD went from $20k – $100k, in one day