A message to frustrated ".com" domainers.
Lesson 1: I do not buy ".com" domain names;
Lesson 2: if you work in the domain name business, you use a domain name ending in ".domains", not ".com";
Lesson 3: I only answer emails ending in ".email", other endings won't be read;
Lesson 4: in regard to domaining, I only visit websites ending in ".domains";
Lesson 5: all this is a joke, I don't buy domain names ;-)
Monday, October 28, 2013
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
"I voted for Frank Schilling, aware that three time’s a charm but four time’s a true recognition of a man’s worth. Like Alexander the Great, Frank’s too large for this humble industry. Some said his jersey now needs to be retired, as we ran out of hats! Either way, the future looks bigger and better, with Uniregistry assuming a key role in the roll-out of gTLDs".
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
It was a lively conversation in which Schwartz started by clarifying that “I’m not against dot-whatever. I’m like you, I’m an opportunist. I really don’t care what flavor opportunity comes in.
Monday, October 21, 2013
On 17 October 2013, ICANN and Sugar Cross, LLC entered into a Registry Agreement under which Sugar Cross, LLC operates the .domains top-level domain. The agreement and its supplement may be viewed by following the links below:
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
As the movie about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange entitled The Fifth Estate, whose URL isTheFifthEstateMovie.com, is getting ready to open 0n October 18, two well known domainers are primed to make some money off the movie which is already getting a lot of buzz.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Couple the above with the fact that Frank’s DomainNameSales.com has 17 domain name brokers (and growing) who sell domain names full time, every day, all day.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Sedo will no longer be a separate, publicly traded company. United Internet AG has raised its stake in Sedo Holding to 96.05% after buying out the co-founders’ shares at a price of 2.60 euros per share. United Internet plans to integrate Sedo Holding’s affiliate and domain business into its overall business. The company will initiate a “squeeze-out process” at Sedo over the coming weeks.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
“We’ve worked tirelessly over the past 2+ years to optimize the outbound sale process for premium domains and now that our formula is consistently working we are looking to aggressively add more premium brokers to the team”.