Displaying archives for the month of "September 2014"
A list of 20 end user domain name sales on Sedo last week.
Sedo sold about $1 million worth of domain names last week and many of them were to end users.
Some new TLDs changed hands, including .parts and .audio domains. The company that bought a .audio uses a .digital domain for its main web presence.
Other buyers include LG (but not its electronics division), a model and a school photography company you might remember from your childhood.
The end user list, including new TLDs and existing ones, is below. …Click here to see the end user domain name sales
Domain name owner that sued after losing UDRP settles for $25,000 (not including the domain).
Companies that file long shot UDRPs with the hope of scoring a great domain name, take note.
An Austin company has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a lawsuit filed against it after it initiated a UDRP case.
And the company won its UDRP. Click to continue reading…
DomainNameSales.com allows you to handle the sales inquiries you want and send the others to brokers.
I use DomainNameSales.com (DNS) to park most of my domain names because I like using their sales platform.
DNS’ platform allows you to handle purchase inquiries on your own for no fee or assign a broker to handle your inquiries for a commission.
For a long time I had DNS handle all my inquiries, but then I decided to broker domain sales myself. Yet sometimes I’d like a helping hand.
It turns out that DomainNameSales.com is not an all-or-nothing platform. Click to continue reading…
Schilling says his domain aftermarket sales have hit $12 million for the year.
Frank Schilling has sold $12 million worth of his own domain names this year, already surpassing his total from 2013.
Schilling disclosed this number in an update to DomainNameSales.com (DNS) clients. He said his sales platform has been the engine behind his secondary market domain name sales success.
The update lists a number of other big changes and features coming soon to his domain name platform: Click to continue reading
A geo and an open .brand top level domain name launch this week.
It’s a slow week again for new top level domain names, and that will be the case going forward for awhile.
On Tuesday, the geo domain .bayern (Bavaria) launches.
On Wednesday, Donuts releases .deals in general availability. .City will enter the Early Access Phase.
Next week Donuts won’t send any domains to EAP, as it is running low on domain names to release.
There’s an interesting launch on Thursday. OVH, One of Europe’s largest webhosts, launches .ovh. Although it’s a brand, they’re opening it up to everyone.
According to the company, it announced .ovh as an April Fools’ joke back in 2009 and received 22,000 requests to register them. That convinced the company to apply for .ovh when ICANN opened up the new TLD program.