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Welcome to the third edition of the new DotSauce Domain Club handpicked expired domains sample. These domains were originally offered two months ago, in April, to Domain Club Pro members. Many domains from the original list have been claimed by members, but I would like to share some of the remaining domain names with the [...] Continue reading
If the past is prologue, then it doesn’t take a history major to see where the ICANN gTLDs might wander, as evidenced by a closer look at the US Federal Reserve. For since the US abandoned the gold standard, it has become our nasty habit to simply print more greenbacks when we think we need [...] Continue reading
DomainReport.ca I'm seeing news out today that Zynga is the next online company in the social space with plans to come out with an IPO. Zynga has been in domaining news off and on for the past year or two because they have bought some of their game domains in the aftermarket, for prices [...] Continue reading
I was just reading on SEO Roundtable that for the first time in 6 months Google updated their page rank numbers. Google says they have been phasing out how much they use pagerank in their algorithm, but I think that the system still is very valuable. If you name has any page rank that Google's way [...] Continue reading
We’re proud to announce the BETA launch of our newest development, www.HappyBirthdaySong.com In short, HBS is officially licensed to create and offer custom versions of the birthday song known the planet over, “Happy Birthday To You”. Users can send the song via text or email or both and can include a personal message with it. [...] Continue reading
As Greek unions continue their 48-hour general strike before the vote by lawmakers on the proposed five-year austerity plan on Wednesday, markets have been slightly optimistic today. Given that European stock indices are up today (with banking stocks particularly strong), Greek 10yr bond yields are at a three-week low and CDS spreads have tightened, it [...] Continue reading
Twitter has never been my best friend. Until recently. When Twitter originally became popular several years ago, I took it for a hype. A few weeks ago, I began my internship at a social media marketing firm downtown. I now spend 95% of my workday on Twitter and the other 5% slacking off. The [...] Continue reading