Alpnames, a nice domain sale, and Tim-Berners Lee were hot stories in March.
March was a busy month at Domain Name Wire with about 140,000 page views.
Here are the top stories from the past month ranked by pageviews:
2. Cumberland.com domain name sells for $250,000 – Patience paid off for Shane Kinsch, who sold the domain after hand-registering it in 2000.
3. Some recent domain name observations – A four-letter, three-hyphen domain name and two .church domains in the wild.
4. The Mastermind created his own domain registrar to run his criminal enterprise – Paul Le Roux created an ICANN-accredited registrar to run his online pharma network so that his domains wouldn’t be suspended.
5. Tim Berners-Lee sighs every time you sell a domain name – On the 30th anniversary of the WWW, Tim Berners-Lee talks about domain investors.
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Interested in what people clicked on when reading DNW last month? These were the most visited-sites from Domain Name Wire not including advertisers’ sites:
- ICANN.org – 684 clicks – Primarily for the Alpnames announcement
- MyOrderBox.com – 336 – This was for controlling Alpnames domains, but the link is no longer necessary so I won’t add it.
- DomainIncite – 319 – Another one about Alpnames
- OneLook.com – 248 – This was a suggestion from 5 little-known tools for finding great domains
- Sketch Engine – 235 – Another one from that same article