The word “Home” plus your gTLD is not a sane branding strategy
Many holders of closed gTLDs – those reserved for corporate use – don’t seem to be aware of the potential presented by their digital asset investment. At a cost of $185,000 dollars for the ICANN application alone, such gTLDs present a unique opportunity to create numerous meaningful domain combinations and to delive... - Friday, June 24, 2016 - 16:12
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Chinese domain market report : China is the big winner of Brexit
China is the 2nd largest economy in the world, and a direct winner of the shocking Brexit. How so? In the past, the European Union failed to pressure China into submission, and any attempts to engage China as an equal financial partner became a fragmented attempt by individual European nations. With the departure of Britain […]... - Friday, June 24, 2016 - 15:25
Brexit : Donuts offers to buy Britain’s domain assets for $70 million dollars!
Following the devastating domino effect of Brexit, all British assets are currently valued at millennium-old lows. Seizing this opportunity, Donuts, Inc. has apparently placed a sizable offer to buy Britain’s ccTLD for the sum of $70 million USD. Donuts, Inc. CEO, Paul Stahura, sent a letter to the British Prime Minister, David... - Friday, June 24, 2016 - 12:36
Chinese owner of loses it via UDRP
The UDRP process has claimed another short, valuable domain, as was ordered to be transferred away from its registrant. The 1998 registration was challenged at the WIPO by F5 Networks, Inc. of Seattle, Washington, who claimed rights to the F5 mark going back to 1997. The company operates from It’s puzzling how th... - Friday, June 24, 2016 - 11:28
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It’s over, it’s done: Britain voted itself out of the European Union, after 43 years as a member. The so-called “Brexit” won’t happen overnight, and the next two years will bring many changes in the political scene in the UK, and Europe. Is it too late to sell the domains and The... - Friday, June 24, 2016 - 10:20
Brexit : Britain out of the EU – What this means for British domainers
My goodness me! The advocates of Britain’s exit from the European Union have finally gotten their wish. According to the referendum that took place yesterday across the UK, approximately 52% of the vote is in favor of leaving the European Union, which Great Britain joined in 1973. Sadly, Britain’s departure will affect th... - Friday, June 24, 2016 - 0:11
Chinese domain market report : The rich are getting richer in China
China‘s high net worth families will reach 3.88 million by 2020, and their financial assets will account for 51% of China’s individual wealth. More rich Chinese are expected to send their assets overseas, seeking better investment returns, as the economy continues to open up. Liberalization of the Chinese market expands o... - Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 16:56
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New eNom logo : Freak accident created perfect brand
Domain registrar eNom launched its rebranded web site yesterday, sporting a redesigned logo with a spiffy, angled “e” letter. As one can see in the detailed scheme below, the exact angle of letter “e” is set at precisely 36 degrees off the X axis, and despite some rumors about its intentional, esoteric meaning... - Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 14:22
GoDaddy warns of ongoing phishing campaign targeting premium domains
GoDaddy has issued a warning regarding an ongoing phishing campaign. The cyberattack is targeting premium domain names, according to Joe Styler, Aftermarket Product Manager at GoDaddy. The warning is as follows: “We were made aware this morning by a few customers that they are getting emails claiming to be from GoDaddy that are... - Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 13:6
Calvin Klein : .XYZ “penny promo” results in massive 73 domain UDRP
To celebrate its 2nd anniversary, the .XYZ Registry offered a promotional “penny per domain” pricing. At the time, we pointed out that such cheap domains enable the proliferation of registrations for spamming purposes. Another issue became apparent, after a UDRP involving 73 .XYZ domains – all “Calvin Klein... - Thursday, June 23, 2016 - 11:22
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Domain King® relaunched : Rick Schwartz and the letter “i”
Domain investor, Rick Schwartz, is the most known personality in the domain investing world. The Domain King® has maintained the industry’s forward momentum for twenty years, and although he’s on an open-ended sabbatical from blogging, he’s far from retired – as far as domain investments go. We recently noted ... - Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 18:28
Chinese domain market report : Perform, or get spanked
China is a complex society that combines Westernized elements with local traditions and customs. Belonging to one of the world’s most ancient civilizations, the Chinese are definitely proud of working hard to build a modern China. Some things seem out of place, however, as in the case of a Chinese bank manager that rewards its ... - Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 16:12
Domain data : Old eNom back-end software used MS-DOS
A brand new eNom portal is being rolled out today, and the changes will be visible. Not only will the logo and color scheme change, there are underlying improvements going to the core of the aged domain registrar’s operations. “Our new logo isn’t just spiffy, with an angled “e” to make it trendy and hip,... - Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 13:47
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Generic domain : UDRP was denied
The aged, generic domain was challenged in a UDRP brought forth by Nylstar S.A. The Spanish textile manufacturer is the creator of Meryl® – “a luxury textile brand inspired by a woman’s femininity.” According to results extracted from the WIPO UDRP database, the case was denied and the domain Meryl.c... - Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 17:52
Domain dime : Dot .CLUB will never sink to a penny!
Colin Campbell, CEO and co-founder of dot .CLUB, made a jabbing statement earlier today, in reference to the value of gTLDs. In response to a question over Twitter, the .CLUB officer stated: “.CLUB will never sink to a penny!” The penny reference was most likely with regards to the recent promotional give-away by .XYZ, wh... - Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 14:17
Chinese domain market report : Is China going back to Bitcoin?
After the massive stock market crash that occurred in China last summer, Chinese investors rushed to stash their money in different investment vessels. Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency designed to establish secure, signed transactions, became very popular in China. Chinese investors proceeded to tackle domain names next, moving into the n... - Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 12:53
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Network Solutions batches out months’ old domain transfer emails
A few days ago, Network Solutions sent out a number of emails related to domain transfer requests. At first, we thought there was some sort of malicious account compromise, or that the emails were part of a phishing campaign. The emails, however, were legitimate, but they were about domain transfers that occurred months prior. In [&#... - Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 10:45
Dude, you’re (not) getting a Dell domain!
From 2000 to 2003, Benjamin Bowmar Curtis, also known as the Dell Dude, appeared in Dell commercials, promoting the company’s computers. To this date, Dell continues to create a large portion of good ole American hardware for the consumer market. Coincidentally, Dell just announced that they sold off their software division, De... - Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 10:13
Chinese domain market sales : Chicken drumstick thief gets paroled
Many of China’s 1.4 billion people live below the poverty line; meanwhile, the world’s 2nd largest economy produces 80% of America’s holiday season gifts. People live in dire conditions, and a mother with only 5 yuan in her pocket stole a chicken drumstick from a Chinese supermarket. The drumstick cost 7 yuan, and t... - Monday, June 20, 2016 - 17:59
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UDRP fails as Complainant could not “Back it”
Domain owners take notice: always involve an IP attorney should you face a UDRP challenge. The owner of, a domain registered in 2000 according to DomainTools, failed to respond even; and yet, somehow, the outcome was positive. Why would an attorney be important to involve in this UDRP? For starters, the Complainant, Tinyno... - Monday, June 20, 2016 - 13:43

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