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1441: 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."
Domain NamesDec 27, 2005
1442: 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?"
Domain NamesDec 28, 2005
1443: 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."
Domain NamesDec 28, 2005
1444: new post   Blogster Blog Host Sold for $100,000
Domain NamesJan 3, 2006
1445: new post   GoDaddy Opposes Proposed ICANN-VeriSign Domain Agreement
"Under no circumstances should VeriSign be allowed to raise .COM prices without cost-based justification..."
Domain NamesFeb 15, 2006
1446: 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."
Domain NamesFeb 15, 2006
1447: 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."
Domain NamesFeb 24, 2006
1448: 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."
Domain NamesMar 2, 2006
1449: new post   Non hyphenated vs hyphenated names
"...with or without hyphens?"
Domain NamesMar 8, 2006
1450: 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?"
Domain NamesApr 3, 2006
1451: 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."
Domain NamesApr 5, 2006
1452: 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."
Domain NamesApr 10, 2006
1453: 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?"
Domain NamesApr 22, 2006
1454: 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?"
Domain NamesApr 27, 2006
1455: 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.
Domain NamesMay 5, 2006
1456: new post   Market Rate for Income Producing Domains
" Whats the going multiple for the passive income producing domains nowadays?"
Domain NamesMay 5, 2006
1457: 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."
Domain NamesMay 15, 2006
1458: 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. "
Domain NamesMay 17, 2006
1459: new post   .eu EURid Landrush II - June 7th 2006
Domain NamesMay 25, 2006
1460: 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."
Domain NamesJune 7, 2006
1461: 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."
Domain NamesJuly 5, 2006
1462: new post   GBP 1m for cheap domain names
Domain NamesJuly 6, 2006
1463: new post   .eu passes 2 million names mark
Domain NamesJuly 11, 2006
1464: new post   How to Make an Unsolicited Offer on a Domain
"I'm looking for advice on how to approach buying a domain that is not advertised for sale."
Domain NamesJuly 12, 2006
1465: new post   EURid Puts Over 73,000 .eu Domains On Hold
"EURid, the non profit organisation operating the Internet top level domain .eu, has suspended 74 000 .eu domain names and has sued 400 registrars for breach of contract. This move was prompted by abusive behavior from a syndicate of registrars who have systematically acquired domain names with the obvious intent of selling them. In the domain name business this is called warehousing and is not permitted."
Domain NamesJuly 24, 2006
1466: new post   Drive-by business URLs: Does Your Domain Name Meet the "Billboard Test"?
"I've taken a few auto trips recently, and was surprised to encounter billboards whose sole purpose was to promote websites. I.e., these weren't product promotions that include a URL, but rather were geared only to drive traffic to a website."
Domain NamesJuly 24, 2006
1467: new post   Moniker Registrar Sold to Kanoodle - Kanoodle to Rebrand as Seevast
"The senior management of Kanoodle will lead a new parent company called Seevast, with Kanoodle existing as one of three business units. Kanoodle will focus on search-targeted sponsored links; while newly created unit Pulse 360 handles content-targeted sponsored links. Calling Moniker.com co-founders Monte Cahn and Eric Harrington superstars in their industry, Podell said the acquisition gives Kanoodle one more way to serve its customers."
Domain NamesAug 11, 2006
1468: new post   New Contract For ICANN
"The United States Department of Commerce has executed a new contract with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to continue to perform the IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) function."
Domain NamesAug 17, 2006
1469: new post   Domain Appraisal Services: Are Automated Appraisals Worth The Cost At Any Price?
"What I want to know is from reading this forum, many are saying that the automated appraisals are not any good and are apparently not accurate?"
Domain NamesAug 17, 2006
1470: new post   Microsoft Sues 'Cybersquatters & Typosquatters'
"Microsoft Corp. said it has filed three lawsuits against "cybersquatters," in an effort to fight back against a surge of online trademark infringement by people seeking profit from pay-per-click advertising.
Domain NamesAug 22, 2006
1471: new post   ICANN: Unrestricted Pricing for .Org/.Info/.Biz is O.K.
Domain NamesAug 25, 2006
1472: new post   GoDaddy Cancels IPO
Explaining their IPO pull-out, GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons says domain registration accounting methods create a pessimistic view of the company for analysts, as revenues are amortized while expenses are incurred immediately.
Domain NamesAug 25, 2006
1473: new post   ICANN Comment Verification Delay - 45 minutes and Counting; 5 PM PST Cut Off
Domain NamesAug 28, 2006
1474: new post   Thousands of Spanish Web Sites Knocked Offline by Software Error
"A botched software update at Spain's central domain registry knocked as many as 400,000 sites offline for several hours Tuesday..."
Domain NamesAug 30, 2006
1475: new post   Local Search & Zip Code URLs
A new network of .us domains based on U.S. zip codes raises the general issue of whether postal code domains are effective for local search.
Domain NamesSept 1, 2006
1476: new post   ICANN Meeting on Registry Contracts: Date Moved Up!
"...instead of allowing time for forces to organize it moves up the hearing date from September 13th to September 7th. "
Domain NamesSept 5, 2006
1477: new post   Some say Vista Will Double DNS Lookups and Slow Down Entire Internet
" Paul Mockapetris, who is widely credited with inventing the Internet's Domain Name System (DNS). Mockapetris believes Vista's introduction will cause a surge in DNS traffic because the operating system supports two versions of the Internet Protocol, a technology standard used to send information over computer networks."
Domain NamesSept 6, 2006
1478: new post   U.S. Keeps Control Of Web Domain Group ICANN
"The U.S. Commerce Department said on Friday it would retain oversight for three more years of the company that manages Internet domain names, renewing an agreement that was scheduled to expire this weekend."
Domain NamesSept 30, 2006
1479: new post   ICANN says can't comply with Spamhaus court order
"Only the Internet registrar with whom the registrant has a contractual relationship - and in certain instances the Internet registry - can suspend an individual domain name. "
Domain NamesOct 12, 2006
1480: new post   Domain Name Infringement - Is CityTradeMark.com a Violation?
" I read a press release announcing that a popular hotel chain was going to be opening a new hotel in my city. I went ahead and purchased a domain name like cityhotelname.com and started developing a content site about the hotel."
Domain NamesOct 23, 2006
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