Posts Categorized: Domains

Top 20 Most Expensive .COM Domain Names in The First Half of 2014 – Domain Name News, The Domain Industry News, ICANN News, Registry News, Domainer News, Domain was the highest reported .COM domain name sale in the first half of 2014. The domain name changed hands for a whopping $3,6 million. Source:  

Companies are movin’ on up to .com domain names

More businesses are investing in the tried-and-true .com after seeing their efforts with new domain names fall flat. Source:  

How to Protect Your Reputation and Brand Yourself as an Expert

The internet has completely changed every aspect of our lives and how people find information online. No matter what the reason is for someone using the internet, their journey usually starts with a…   Source:  

The Psychology Behind Choosing a Killer Domain Name

Choosing a domain name is one of the most important decisions you will make for your business. Your domain name characterizes your business, labels your business, and will stick with your business for a long time. In most cases, you should choose a domain name at the same time you choose your business name. When… Read more »

The Most Expensive Domain Names in Internet History

A look at URLs that have sold for $1 million or more.   Source: sells for $50,000 just crossed the Sedo sales feed for $50,000 The domain was registered in 1996 and was recently owned by Advanced Logics Inc. out of  Clearwater Source:  

Domain Registry of America suspended at last » The Milathan Post

ICANN has suspended the registrar behind Domain Registry of America (DROA), a company suspected of being one of the worst slammers ever. Wikipedia defines domain slamming as “a scam in which the of…   Source:  

Who is the greatest domain investor of all time ?

There have been many fortunes made and a few lost in the domain world over the last 20 years or so, some were there early and some made a big splash when mo   Source:  

Breaking: Go Daddy files for $100 million IPO | DomainIncite – Domain Name News & Opinion

Go Daddy has filed its S-1 registration form with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, signalling its intention to go public. The filing reveals the   Source:  

Don’t Panic – Domaining Isn’t Dead – It’s Evolving | DomainNamez

Panic selling in light of recent updates is seeing many domainers offload domains at well uner market prices. Gary Lam explains why you should chill… Source: