101 newly funded startups and their domain names: TenFour.com, ClearCover.com, Ryte.com

 DNGeek.com: A whopping $896,602,930 was raised by 101 start-up companies in the last week. Of these, Shenzhen based transport and logistics  YH Global, led the funding rounds by raising RMB1.2 billion (US$182 million) in Series A funding. Approximately  76% of this week’s startups chose a .com domain name, with 23% of them choosing to use …

 DNGeek.com: A whopping $896,602,930 was raised by 101 start-up companies in the last week. Of these, Shenzhen based transport and logistics  YH Global, led the funding rounds by raising RMB1.2 billion (US$182 million) in Series A funding. Approximately  76% of this week’s startups chose a .com domain name, with 23% of them choosing to use …

New gTLDs Investment Mistakes and Opportunities- Part 4

 RegisterADot.com: Today: What to say to potential buyers that aren’t telling the truth / Good indian domain traffic monetization / The value of an Aged Brandable / And more. Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Using Google search “results” to promote your domain – Do you promote your d…

 RegisterADot.com: Today: What to say to potential buyers that aren’t telling the truth / Good indian domain traffic monetization / The value of an Aged Brandable / And more. Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Using Google search “results” to promote your domain – Do you promote your d…

Million dollar domain : Did a dog, Lucky, win the Omada.com UDRP ?

 DomainGang.com: A UDRP against the domain name, Omada.com, was successfully fended off by the domain’s registrant. Registered in 2000, Omada.com has been owned and used by a software developer, who delivered services via the web site over the course of several years. Currently, his dog, Lucky, is being featured on the web site, and it seems [&…

 DomainGang.com: A UDRP against the domain name, Omada.com, was successfully fended off by the domain’s registrant. Registered in 2000, Omada.com has been owned and used by a software developer, who delivered services via the web site over the course of several years. Currently, his dog, Lucky, is being featured on the web site, and it seems [&…

Daily Domain Picks 9-30-17

 TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 9-30-17   Go Daddy Auction Picks 9-30-17 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com ThisName.com perfect name for a domain investor, could do some creative marketing with the name to market your portfolio, brokerage, etc… MB0.com Mike Berkens new link shortener. 2199.cc If you like 4N.cc pretty solid, ending in 99. F…

 TLDInvestors.com: Daily Domain Picks 9-30-17   Go Daddy Auction Picks 9-30-17 Powered by ExpiredDomains.com ThisName.com perfect name for a domain investor, could do some creative marketing with the name to market your portfolio, brokerage, etc… MB0.com Mike Berkens new link shortener. 2199.cc If you like 4N.cc pretty solid, ending in 99. F…

[POLL] Have you ever bought a domain on NamePros?

 RegisterADot.com: Today: Monitoring other extensions registered for your domain name / Using LAToken to monetize domain assets / Price reduction increasing sales inquiries study / And more. Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying 1-word & 2-word .com domains – Be sure to double check your portfol…

 RegisterADot.com: Today: Monitoring other extensions registered for your domain name / Using LAToken to monetize domain assets / Price reduction increasing sales inquiries study / And more. Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying 1-word & 2-word .com domains – Be sure to double check your portfol…

Top Topics: AOL Bought My Domain; Did I Mess Up My First End-User Sale?…

 NamePros.com: This week, we published a poll based on domain name pricing, asking how often a domainer changes the pricing on their domains. The results show an interesting split between monthly, quarterly and annually adjusting prices, but it’s safe to say that generally, domainers move their prices regularly.

Here are this week’s Top Topics….

 NamePros.com: This week, we published a poll based on domain name pricing, asking how often a domainer changes the pricing on their domains. The results show an interesting split between monthly, quarterly and annually adjusting prices, but it’s safe to say that generally, domainers move their prices regularly.

Here are this week’s Top Topics….

CHIPs are dead, but here’s why some people are still investing in them

 RegisterADot.com: Today: .Com investors – Age demographics / Was I just scammed by a marketplace? / The floor value on cvccv .coms these days / And more. Here are the new domain discussions and domain name news. My first hack freewi.fi any thoughts? – Are hacks like FreeWi.Fi just for novelty or do they have any value? D8.tv sold…
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 RegisterADot.com: Today: .Com investors – Age demographics / Was I just scammed by a marketplace? / The floor value on cvccv .coms these days / And more. Here are the new domain discussions and domain name news. My first hack freewi.fi any thoughts? – Are hacks like FreeWi.Fi just for novelty or do they have any value? D8.tv sold…
Re…

Websites still don’t recognize all New gTLD email addresses

 OnlineDomain.com: Today, the Universal Acceptance Steering Group (UASG) released two reports aimed at measuring the state of popular browsers and websites and their ability to handle all domain names – including new, longer, or non-Latin top-level domain names (TLDs) or non-Latin email addresses. The “Evaluation of Websites for Acceptance of a Variety…

 OnlineDomain.com: Today, the Universal Acceptance Steering Group (UASG) released two reports aimed at measuring the state of popular browsers and websites and their ability to handle all domain names – including new, longer, or non-Latin top-level domain names (TLDs) or non-Latin email addresses. The “Evaluation of Websites for Acceptance of a Variety…

Geonetry wants patent for leasing domains based on geography

 Domain Name Wire: But tenants and landlords can be challenging. Minneapolis company Geonetry wants to patent a way for domain owners to lease or sell subdirectories of their domain names on a geographic basis. The company filed a U.S. patent application (pdf) for a Method and Apparatus for Registering Web Domain Sections. Specifically, the patent refe…

 Domain Name Wire: But tenants and landlords can be challenging. Minneapolis company Geonetry wants to patent a way for domain owners to lease or sell subdirectories of their domain names on a geographic basis. The company filed a U.S. patent application (pdf) for a Method and Apparatus for Registering Web Domain Sections. Specifically, the patent refe…

Locations – People Names Reps – Salesmen – Samples & More 500+ Reg Fee Opps

 DropGRABS.com: Today’s Treat List A DropGrabs.com Exclusive Research Project Related to .COM .NET and More Availability Over 500 Items At Reg Fee Opps for Items Related to the following Keywords: People Names Locations Real Estate – Masks – Studio – Reps Salesmen Samples and MORE… Enjoy the List… REG FEE OPPS BEL…

 DropGRABS.com: Today’s Treat List A DropGrabs.com Exclusive Research Project Related to .COM .NET and More Availability Over 500 Items At Reg Fee Opps for Items Related to the following Keywords: People Names Locations Real Estate – Masks – Studio – Reps Salesmen Samples and MORE… Enjoy the List… REG FEE OPPS BEL…