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Some amazingdeals this week.
If this being in the .ca Domain Sales forum was not already clear, this is a .ca domain. It has earnings and traffic, YMMV.
Deletes tomorrow or you can get it today. First person to...
Congratulations Nancy on a solid sale, the highest publicly reported sale of a .ca domain name registration so far this year: $39,200 USD.
What is notable here is the fact that there was just a bit more than seven one-thousandths of second between when the first MyId registration was made and the first registration by a competitor.
Toffee is great, and a few of these were worth the effort also:
Back-order volumes appear to be less than half of the prior week, but there were still some tasty tidbits to be found.
Worried about adamsbite? Now is your chance to own it!
They monitor this forum and can see about explaining it themselves.
If Koallo got the name, they got the name, so let them have one on your scoreboard.
Perhaps we should also tag which RAR picked the TBR domains, so that people can see what registrars are behind...
How many RAR tags Pool has is in question. It is well known they closed down dozens of ICANN domain registrars last month, and it is also well known that they sometimes miss the TBR completely.
MyID has the most RAR tags, and grabbing domains in TBR is their main profit centre, so they tend to make sure they do not miss the TBR, unlike Pool, but when Pool wants something, they seem to get...
Perhaps you can award points based on the rank. For example, in a Top 3 comparison, you would give 3 points for a first place finish, 2 for second, and 1 for third. This gives you a quick numerical...
From a-jcontracting to zsautozone, there is something for everyone this week.
There is - but most of the people here are too cheap to pay for it. Our customers pay the cost through the domains we register for them.
I did the other half - it is.
If you are looking for 'high touch' products like quality clothing, jewelry, giftware and so on, you are going to go to a store to do some shopping.
When someone is in the business of running...
If you have 82000reasons for looking at the TBR this week, do not expect any domains starting with 0.
I know of one company that was marketing .com domains after the registrations expired, but they 'shared' just 10% of the proceeds and the procedure was a bit dubious given they only sold to the...
I am sure they do a good job, but the Canadian market needs someone in Canada, and from Canada you could handle the U.S. fairly easily also. A company in Australia is not going to work for this...
This was something we looked before the company was split last year. What do you do if a large portfolio holder is gone? It would be a small but important niche to offer a service for those people...
If a company is in the business, malls.ca is an excellent site idea - you could launch a company-wide gift card programme, attract national tenants, and raise your profile to investors. It would be...
When someone lets a name drop that then sells big money in TBR, something is very wrong.
Someone likes malls even more, since it went over $20k.
When the market is good people do not let domains like malls.ca drop in the first place.
Not to worry, GoBadly would find a way to mix things up anyway.
If we ever get to the point that a Canadian customer would land on a Canadian landing page, be offered .ca domains, and the...
Look like we got the one we wanted. Enjoy the bidding, boys.
I know you are trying really, really hard, but that is not their home page.
Nice try, just the same.
There are plenty more. The question is why the registrant let them drop in the first place.
You do get it in the results page where they list alternatives vertically, but not on the one where they show results horizontally.
Just the same, you get .ca as the fifth of ten options, along...
I think you miss the point each time. It is not the $5 but the trigger to look for the .ca domain.
Now you own more than one .ca domain, which already makes you 'above average' in this regard. You...
There are major drops from Supriyo Malaker. Anyone know what has happened?
What Al should do and what Al does are really two entirely different things.
The bias is to .com and that is a fact. To Al, being confronted with options like .info or .biz just reinforces his...
Let me put on my economist's hat for a minute and remind you also I meant a new registration first, although renewals should also be included.
In my example of Al at Al's Meat Shop, if he logs...
Here is where is would help to have domain.toronto.on.ca and so on so that local businesses would see .ca as their link to their communities.
If anyone has read the 2013 CIRA 'Factbook' it clearly...
The results only show the order in which the domains have been registered, so it is very possible that a given domain is popular, but if each specfic registrar with each specific slot in the rotation...
And now all the results
No Time Domain
1 14:00:00.000345 nutritionniste
2 14:00:00.000698 avast
3 14:00:00.001047 mona
4 14:00:00.002300 watertreatment
5 14:00:00.003516 srt...
You will not get an exact answer to that any more than with any other service, but this is the whole point: Frank already had the volume to expand his Yahoo and Google upstream with a favourable...
It was in the first third, which is not bad considering many of the TBR people look for quick flips, high page rank, or likely even the potential parking revenue when they order such domains, and so...
We are in it.
It is an excellent keyword domain which belonged to a company in that line of business in BC for over ten years before they lost it, but it is not a great domain for parking.
Do not be so sure about that, some were good picks:
Domain registration is 3 years old and is currently suspended.
Our customer has asked for offers, and will renew the domain in one week. It is part of a portfolio of music acts being sold.
Here are the 174 domains which were registered during the December 19, 2012 TBR session, in order of registration time:
Here are the 321 domains which were registered during the TBR session today, in order of registration time:
Are you sure it was not in an auction? There was a bit of a delay in setting up the billing for Pool domains a couple of weeks ago from what I can recall.
That would be none other than our very own Mr. Dicker, actually.
Nice tips, for a nice Christmas gift to the residents here.