Here’s what trended in February.
These were the top stories on Domain Name Wire in February, ranked by the number of views:
GoDaddy acquires Uniregistry and Frank Schilling’s domain portfolio – Frank Schilling has cashed out of the domain name business, save for his registry business. He was paid less than $200 million.
Two insurance companies drop their top level domain names – Esurance and Scor drop their dot-brand domain names.
Your choice of top level domain can impact site performance – Some have faster DNS response times than others, test finds.
These companies upgraded their domain names – From dropping ‘my’ to moving to shorter domains, some of these companies bought improved domain names.
L’Oreal sells four top level domains to XYZ – XYZ has stocked up its beauty department by acquiring four top level domain names from L’Oreal.
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