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Richard Lau launched his own quick profile maker two years ago, on the web site OneMinute.com. Why one minute .com? Because it’d literally take one minute to create an account and launch your free profile. [...] Continue reading
There, I admitted it. And I’m not a complete dummy either. I study the comps more than most, particularly for the commodity-like short domains, because I own a bunch of CCC.com, and I analyzed both LLLL.com and NNN.org (and .com and .net) comps in detail prior to making a couple portfolio acquisitions earlier this [...] Continue reading
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According to firstpost.com, average monthly domain name registrations in India has more than doubled to 4% of all global registrations, citing figures from web-hosting company BigRock. China, accounts for 20-22%t of monthly new domain name registrations globally. BigRock hosts websites for Warner Brothers, Fiat India, Adidas, Yatra.com, HP Gas, Star Network, and Kotak Securities, among [...] Continue reading
.Sucks has been in the news for a few months since announcing its pricing plan which place a suggested retail price of up to $2,499 for trademark holders. ICANN claimed .sucks domains were being sold to trademark owners in a “predatory” manner, and took the unprecedented step of asking the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) if [...] Continue reading
We’ve been covering the massive listing of LLL .com domains by Elequa, founder of Future Media Architects and a prolific domain investor. Every single day this past week, LLL .com domains under Elequa’s ownership are being moved to a domain brokerage in China. With random “bad letters” being all the rage thanks to the Pinyin [...] Continue reading
In April we wrote about a German court upholding the rights to block ads, now a second German court has come out and ruled the same way. German publishers seem to be up in arms and have promised to appeal these rulings. Venture Beat wrote: One month after a German court ruled online ad-blocking technology [...] Continue reading