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201: new post   .eu passes 2 million names mark
July 11, 2006
202: new post   GBP 1m for cheap domain names
July 6, 2006
203: new post   ICANN under threat as consultation closes
"The future of internet domain regulator ICANN hangs in the balance as a US government consultation closes this week."
July 5, 2006
204: new post   Dotster Named in Massive Typo- / Cybersquatting Lawsuit
"The lawsuit, filed Thursday by high-end retailers Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, alleges that Dotster abused its status as a registrar by "checking out" hundreds of domain names that closely resemble the correct ones--and then keeping only the ones that were visited by Web users who couldn't spell very well."
June 7, 2006
205: new post   .eu EURid Landrush II - June 7th 2006
May 25, 2006
206: new post   Canadian "Yellow Pages Group" Goes on Generic .CA Domain Buying Spree
"Phone directory giant Yellow Pages Group surprised the Canadian Internet industry by announcing it had spent $2.5 million for 389 "domain names" owned by Maxymych's Montreal-based firm, Emall.ca. The prize list includes maps.ca, autos.ca and attorneys.ca, all specific categories that Yellow Pages will use to expand the reach of its online directory business. "
May 17, 2006
207: new post   ICANN Approves Tel - TLD Domain
"The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved a new top-level domain suffixed ".tel," awarding a contract to British company, Telnic."
May 15, 2006
208: new post   Market Rate for Income Producing Domains
" Whats the going multiple for the passive income producing domains nowadays?"
May 5, 2006
209: new post   Domain Name Speculators and the Domain Name Aftermarket
Most webmasters have all run in to the wall trying to buy a domain that was held by a speculator.
May 5, 2006
210: new post   Novice Advice on How to go About Backordering Expiring Domains
"...is there any other way to get an expired domain rather than to bid for it?"
Apr 27, 2006
211: new post   Trusted TLDs : What are Trusted Top Level Domains
"Is there any evidence that having inbound .edu and .gov links are better links and count more than other links?"
Apr 22, 2006
212: new post   How to market your domain names and connect with buyers
"This thread is about how to go about the business of marketing your domain names, listed in order of relative ease."
Apr 10, 2006
213: new post   .EU Domain registration opens Friday 7th April
"From Friday, any organisation or individual wanting to apply for a new .eu domain name will be able to do so. On 7 April the domain will open for registration to the public, with names available on a first-come, first-served basis."
Apr 5, 2006
214: new post   How has the addition of new TLDs altered your experience of the WWW?
"Wise guys who wish to chime in about how you have made $X as a result of registering new TLDs and reselling them: IS that what was meant by all the declarations and announcements and mission statements and policy statements?"
Apr 3, 2006
215: new post   Non hyphenated vs hyphenated names
"...with or without hyphens?"
Mar 8, 2006
216: new post   ICANN: final approval ending legal dispute with VeriSign
"The Board of Directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has given its final approval to a settlement that ends legal disputes with VeriSign (Nasdaq: VRSN) and anoints that company as the operator of the lucrative dot-com registry through 2012."
Mar 2, 2006
217: new post   Lost domain - how do you get it back?
"...registered the domain back in 1999 or 2000, but the company have no idea what company host the domain, or have any information on how to access it."
Feb 24, 2006
218: new post   Great Eight Registrars Align to Fight Verisign On Dot Com TLD Controls
Eight of the world's largest domain registrars have sent an open letter to ICANN Chairman of the Board Vint Cerf, stating their formal opposition to the revised proposition with VeriSign for continued control of the Internet registry. The eight signatories, which lay claim to 25 million domain names, or 57 percent of those currently registered, are GoDaddy, Network Solutions, Tucows, Register.com, BulkRegister, Schlund + Partner AG, Melbourne IT and Intercosmos Media Group."
Feb 15, 2006
219: new post   GoDaddy Opposes Proposed ICANN-VeriSign Domain Agreement
"Under no circumstances should VeriSign be allowed to raise .COM prices without cost-based justification..."
Feb 15, 2006
220: new post   Blogster Blog Host Sold for $100,000
Jan 3, 2006
221: new post   ICANN Settles Site Finder Domain Dispute with Registrar VeriSign
"...VeriSign suspended the Site Finder service shortly after it was introduced. The company sued ICANN months later, arguing that the agency's actions, including the decision on Site Finder, impeded VeriSign's efforts to offer moneymaking services. ICANN later countersued."
Dec 28, 2005
222: new post   Is it Worth Buying All Your Sites TLDs Revisited
"Does anybody have any experience where a competitor buys your domain .net, .org or other .thing and puts a site up?"
Dec 28, 2005
223: new post   Domain Registrar GoDaddy in Fight Over 2006 Super Bowl Football Ad
"We have been busy working to get an ad approved by the censors at ABC and really have not had any luck."
Dec 27, 2005
224: new post   Do Companies Register Test Domain Name Whois Look Ups?
"... Recently there have been a few big players that have been registering everything under the sun on a traffic test basis for a few days then cancelling the registrations that don't show traffic promise."
Dec 27, 2005
225: new post   Trademark Holders: Start Claiming Your .eu Domains
"Trademark holders and government bodies can start claiming their European identities on the Internet from 10 a.m. British time on Wednesday, when the registers open for the new ".eu" domain name aimed at boosting European e-commerce."
Dec 7, 2005
226: new post   ICANN and VeriSign End Long-Standing Dispute
"ICANN today announced that it has reached an proposed agreement to end all pending litigation over its long-standing dispute with VeriSign... ..Importantly, the creation of a clearly defined process for the introduction of new registry services is incorporated in a new .COM Registry Agreement..."
Oct 25, 2005
227: new post   Is "www" redundant?
Sometimes it's valuable to take a second (or even first) look at the basics. In this thread our community does that in a very thorough way for the ubiquitous "www" subdomain.
Sept 28, 2005
228: new post   So You Want to Sell Your Website?
"I've got a site I'm ready to sell and I just need some advice on where to post it to make a fast sale. I need to unload it as soon as humanly possible, but I don't want to get gigged too badly on price. "
Sept 6, 2005
229: new post   HushMail - Defaced Via Social Engineered DNS Attack
One of the webs largest email service providers: "...attack resulted in secure e-mail service provider Hushmail having its Website redirected to a defaced site."
May 18, 2005
230: new post   WebmasterWorld Classic - How to Evaluate Domain Names for Resale
Veterans of the domain investment space discuss the whys and wherefors behind the real value of any domain on the resale market.
May 15, 2005
231: new post   WebmasterWorld Classic - How To Evaluate Domain Names for Resale
Some long time domain investors kick around the basic principles for evaluating the value of a domain name.
May 15, 2005
232: new post   .eu domain names due at the start of 2006
"BRUSSELS (AFP) - Companies, institutions and citizens will be able to use .eu in internet addresses starting at the beginning of 2006, the European Union (EU)'s executive arm said. "
Apr 21, 2005
233: new post   Google Wants All The "oogles"?
Google recently lost an ICANN decision over the domain name froogles.com. Now they're going after the same target in US District Court, but with a broader brush.
Apr 17, 2005
234: new post   ICANN Officially Designates .JOBS & .TRAVEL
"..two new sponsored Top-Level Domains (sTLDs), .JOBS and .TRAVEL."
Apr 11, 2005
235: new post   Google Has "No Plans To Register Domains"
Google: "... we have no plans to register domains at this time, we believe this information can help us increase the quality of our search results."
Feb 7, 2005
236: new post   Google Becomes ICANN Approved Domain Registrar
The name Google has appeared on the list of ICANN approved domain name registrars.
Feb 1, 2005
237: new post   VeriSign Signals Readiness to Auction Deleted Domains
Buried at the tail end of Verisigns recent .NET application: "... to facilitate the process of developing a solution for an industry-wide com/net deleted names handling process, which facilitates an open auction during the pending delete period."
Jan 24, 2005
238: new post   ICANN Says "Yes" to .Travel
" ICANN has entered into commercial and technical negotiations with two of the candidate registries, .post and .travel. No limit was set on the number of sTLDs to be designated and the status of the additional eight applicants is still pending."
Jan 24, 2005
239: new post   Icann Weighs Candidates for .NET Job
"VeriSign's contract to run the dot-net domain expires at the end of June, and we have spoken with the director of the non-profit German organisation looking to take over"
Jan 23, 2005
240: new post   Finding an Available Domain Name
How do you brainstorm for a domain name when your namespace seems all tapped out?
Dec 10, 2004
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