All you have to do is make a wish. :D
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All you have to do is make a wish. :D
An infographic about how long one has to wait to register gTLD domains.
An apparent 'act of God' affects tech support response times at the biggest domain registrar in the world.
Putting .com to rest :'(
I am in shock, having just found out Vito Ceniti passed away early last year. :( He was a fun guy that I had the pleasure of doing business with and we spoke on the phone as well. It's sad seeing the...
Thank you, Bruce! For that money, I will gladly work from your favorite cafe in the middle of a blizzard. :D
The secondary option? Yeah, someone just wasted reg fees. :D
This is probably a zombie by now.
As long as you are active on social media.
Not dead, says Verisign.
A case of careless programming allows you to append any domain name.
With a registration date of June 2013, "aged" does not apply in this case.
God, get some duct tape and a gas mask already and run for the hills.
Adidas reveals the official soccer ball of the 2014 World Cup, in Brazil. But there is a nasty surprise...
Personally, I have yet to spend $5 on a fried donut, but here's a new product.
Political and socio-economic turmoil can make this baby flip like a jumping spider.
Useful guide here: http://www.brighterlamp.com/2010/10/how-to-enable-mod_deflate-on-apache-to-optimize-page-speed/
And use a CDN for heavy load sites....
You said that the web site went live on Nov. 23rd. That's not even 2 weeks ago. Everything has potential, and if you intend to sell the domain/web site at a healthy profit, you need to...
My suggestion is to wait at least 3 months to gauge traffic trends; current numbers might be temporary. Best of luck.
Domainer size matters, according to some.
John, no need to hide your pretty wife any more. She also cooked noodles and did my laundry, she's a keeper, congrats! :D
But this is about to change!
John's wife agrees. She told me, last night. :D
Here's how you do it.
I got spammed by these a*holes that clearly violate ICANN rules on data mining: DOWNLOADWHOISEMAILS dot COM
The new almanac is out, find out what will happen in the world of domains!
url.co.com sounds sexy :D
My first five figure sale was for a LLL .net. Although many years have passed since, knowing that Germans love .net and .info might point you in the direction of the .de holders. Good luck.
Paul already has his co.com domain!
Sorry guys, there is no nudity!
Can't wait to meet her, and so should you. Last day to get a ticket at the $199 price.
Time to give and be merry, mates! :D
Confirmed. This banana now sits behind the Great Wall.
Not having a big itch over this one.
I know you're proud of .ca and there are plenty of reasons to invest in ccTLDs without needing to jump through hoops to establish local companies. Although if I were close to the Niagara Falls I'd...
I don't believe this adds value, if anything, it stifles expansion of investment.
Irish, Canadian and Aussie regulations on who can register their respective ccTLDs is silly in this time and era.
Ferrero is spreading gTLD love :D
Correct, they took down 85 registrars before Christmas last year, and created some chaos in the process. The matter has been resolved as far as my case is concerned.
Especially now that Katie Couric will be on the front page!
I don't find the name negative, a hill has a nice view to offer :D
Was your account charged?
Wishing her all the best, one of the nicest people in the domain & escrow industry!
The good wife didn't pass the viral test. Whose fault was it?
Beware of the words of evil masqueraded as 'financial advice'!
It's like selling the "Who is Who" of the old days. Information changes daily, if not several times a day. Only way to maintain up to date data (and scraping is illegal) is to schedule WHOIS lookups...
Please welcome Bina in her weekly column, Dοmain Sοcialite :D