• Weekly Domain Brokerage Listings – 4/1

    DomainInvesting.com
    The weekly domain broker listings are below. If you want to buy a domain name, contact the broker directly to discuss. Listings this week came from Sedo, Breathe Luxury, and Media Options. Visitors are permitted to share one domain name for sale. The domain name must have a buy it now price and contact info. Please only post the name, price, and contact information or the comment will be deleted. Other comments are not welcome. Contact the seller directly to buy or discuss. Always use an escrow service when transacting. In addition, do your due diligence before buying a domain → Read More The post Weekly Domain Brokerage Listings – 4/1 appeared first on DomainInvesting.com. ...read more
  • WallStreet.com Is Back For Sale With Wall-Street.com & 7 Trademark: Starting Bid: $30M

    TheDomains.com
    WallStreet.com is back for sale. According to a press release just out the domain name WallStreet.com, Wall-Street.com are being sold with 7 U.S. registered trademarks with bidding starting at $30 Million Dollars. Wall-Street.com is an active website not just a domain name. WallStreet.com was the first publicly reported domain name to sell for more than […] ...read more
  • Video: GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving on CNBC

    DomainInvesting.com
    As you already know, GoDaddy went public this morning, trading on the NYSE under the GDDY ticker symbol. GDDY stock is off to a solid start, and it is now trading well above its $20 opening price at around $26/share. After watching CNBC for a while this morning, it seems that most people agree that this was a great start for GoDaddy. Shortly after GoDaddy stock began trading, CNBC interviewed GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving. He made some interesting comments on the company's growth, marketing tactics, branding and rebranding efforts, and cash flow. If you did not have a chance to → Read More The post Video: GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving on CNBC appeared first on DomainInvesting.com. ...read more
  • March’s Top 5 Stories on Domain Name Wire

    DomainNameWire.com
    A look back at March 2015 in the domain name business. Was March a slow news month? Looking over the top stories from last month, there wasn't a lot of breaking, hard-hitting news. But there were some interesting domain name sales and other developments. Here's a rundown of the top stories from last month: 1. 2 Things that could harm domain names – the value and importance of domain names is always under threat. 2. The most influential person in the domain name industry is… – this was apparently the most interesting question on the 2015 Domain Name Wire Survey. 3. Goldman Sachs and other end user domain name buys – Goldman Sachs was among the buyers of domain names at Sedo last month. 4. LuxeValet.com shortens domain name to Luxe.com – the company bought the shorter domain name through Heritage Auctions. 5. IPC asks ICANN to halt controversial .Sucks domain name roll out – sunrise has now begun for the controversial domain name. © DomainNameWire.com 2015. This is copyrighted content. Domain Name Wire full-text RSS feeds are made available for personal use only, and may not be published on any site without permission. If you see this message on a website, contact copyright (at) domainnamewire.com.Latest domain news at DNW.com: Domain Name Wire. Related posts:Top 5 Domain Name Wire stories from January Top 5 Domain Name Wire stories for March Top 5 Domain Name Wire stories ...read more
  • .guru renewals at 63%

    DomainIncite.com
    Ten days into its series of renewal rate disclosures, Donuts has revealed that .guru's rate currently stands at 63.4%. In a blog post yesterday, COO Richard Tindal said that the registry's overall renewal figure for the first 81,569 domains it sold was 68.4%. The other two large TLDs in the batch — .photography and .clothing — came in at 75.7% and 74.0%, respectively. .guru was the first new gTLD to launch in English that did not refer to a specific niche vertical. As such, it took the lion's share of the early new gTLD speculation money. We're looking at a typical junk drop, in other words. Over 10,000 names have been deleted from the .guru zone file since it peaked at over 80,000 names on February 28, as this DI PRO chart shows. Tindal wrote that he expects the numbers to improve over time: In March and April we expect the cumulative rate on all Donuts names to stabilize around 70%, and then trend upwards toward 80% as the average age of registrations increases and the proportion of names with website content continues to grow. Related posts:.guru first new gTLD to 50,000 names All eyes on Donuts as first new gTLD renewal figures roll in Renewals at 55% as first new gTLD junk drop begins ...read more
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