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Some Domains That Sold Last Week DUE.com - $130,000 – Lots of uses….bills are due, babies are due, any type of task/assignment has a due date. Due process, due diligence, etc. XFU.com – $12,300 – I see this one having crossed the sales wire for $8,600 earlier this year, which makes for a nice [...] Continue reading
NameBio did an interesting bit of research into what was the best day of the week for your domain auction to close in order for you to get a better sale price. They researched over 175,000 domain name auction results to reveal the best day of the week for your auction to close on. Their [...] Continue reading
There were too many domain acquisitions that were made by Chinese domain investors during the past 30 days; domain investor, George Hong, of Guta.com described our previous coverage to be the “tip of an iceberg.” Fair enough, so this is Part two of the most recent Chinese domain market report. Starting off with the latest [...] Continue reading
Dot io seems to have replaced dot info as the new “it” ending but Car.info returned dot info to the spotlight with the big sale on Sedo. A few new Gs are starting to slip in each week as well. Here are this week’s sales for you to use as comps. You can go [...] Continue reading
These domains have been donated for the Domains for Cheryl campaign. Please see this post and this post for more details. Go to NamePros to Bid >> AnonymousPosts.com (donated by Daniel) Similar domain sold: AnonymousFeedback $2,788 on AfternicDLS AstronomyTube.com (donated by Tia Wood) Similar domain sold: SurvivalTube $2,000 on Sedo br.st (donated by Joao) [...] Continue reading
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Activists battling internet censorship in China are reporting that they have proof of a massive online assault on their websites by the Chinese authorities. The attack, which began last Thursday, targeted two GitHub projects designed to combat censorship in China: GreatFire and CN-NYTimes, a Chinese language version of the New York Times. Independent [...] Continue reading