Thursday, July 24, 2014

An Example of Why People Still CyberSquat

Why do people still cybersquat ? That was a question posed a couple of weeks back on Namepros, and while I am not advocating it any way, I am going to give an example of how it still pays off in 2014.

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

5 Ways New gTLD Registries Can Increase Their Profit

So… you are a new gTLD Registry. You have set up all the systems, paid consultants fees, ICANN fees, its exciting times! All the people around you think you are onto the next biggest thing and you’re going to be rich! The technologists tell you “if you build it, they will come.”


To participate in this auction at the current bid price you must complete Sedo’s Standard certification.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Is SEO on the verge of extinction ?

Andrew Edwards wrote an article on Click Z asking the question, “Is SEO dead ?” Edwards seems to believe that Google taking away the keyword data makes SEO less valuable as a major support system has been taken away.

Monday, July 7, 2014

New gTLD Case Study, Update #8: My First Profitable New gTLDs

As far as Dot XYZ is concerned, I sold 9 domains for a grand total of $595. As mentioned here, I listed 9 Dot XYZ domains over at CAX and one of them was sold for 95 bucks. Later on, another domainer offered me 500 bucks for the remaining 8 domains and I accepted the offer.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Infographic: Beginners Guide To Domain Auction

There are an estimated 50 million new websites added each year and there are many hundreds of new generic top-level domains that are being rolled out during 2014, so it is potentially good news in terms of choice but for many, their search can still end in frustration when they discover that the domain name they wanted is no longer available.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

How English speakers can invest in Chinese IDNs

TLD Registry releases tool for discovering Chinese terms available for registration.

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Why I'm not buying into the new gTLDs

With the all-pervasive hysteria about the new gTLDs I feel like I’m going a bit against the flow. So why aren’t I getting into a buying frenzy and forking out wads of cash.

New TLD Luxury.Estate sells for $50k

Hot of the heels of news that sold for $20,000, DomainHoldings announced today that it brokered the sale of Luxury.Estate for a whopping $50,000.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Sells for $20,000 USD At Sedo

The buyer is from California. The Eat Club is an online food delivery company that started in 2010. The domain is already resolving and it is functional.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

.Global extended auctions are now open!

NameJet in partnership with .Global Registry, and Right Of The Dot, have opened the extended the auctions on 47 premium .GLOBAL domain names now through July 9, 2014 on NameNet's exclusive auction platform.

The .GLOBAL domain extension allows companies to promote their brands, products, and services utilizing a top level domain that is instantly recognizable in nearly every language worldwide. At the recent live auction in London, 35 names sold for a combined total of $63,700.

There is still some time left to take advantage of these great deals. The list below is a small sample of the high quality .GLOBAL names available now.

Premium .GLOBAL Domains:
Please see the NameJet Terms and the FAQs for more information and applicable terms, and please also visit the registry's website at for additional terms, conditions and information.

Don't miss out on this opportunity obtain a great name in one of the hottest new TLDs. Place your bid today!