Tuesday, 31 May 2016

.XYZ domain names now cost one penny

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Uniregistry drops the price on .xyz domain names to one penny each. Apparently a dollar or two is just too expensive for some new TLDs these days. Uniregistry is currently selling .XYZ domain names for one penny. Yes, that’s $.01. Someone is losing money on that deal in the way of ICANN fees. What’s next? […]

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.XYZ domain names now cost one penny

.XYZ domain names now cost one penny

XYZ domain names for one penny. Yes, that"s $.01. Someone is losing money on that deal in the way of ICANN fees. What"s next? XYZ will start giving …

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.XYZ domain names now cost one penny

AUCTION RECAP of the 29th of May 2016

Domain Shane Domain Shane: I hope everyone had a great holiday weekend.  Personally, I love it when the market is closed for three days in a row.  Most of my investments are of the set it and forget it variety, but I do like to actively trade with a small part of my portfolio so I pay attention to some stuff nearly every day that the market is open.  It’s nice when there isn’t anything to pay attention to. I sometimes find myself wishing that domain auctions would close for the weekends too.

I originally intended to come back from my vacation and begin posting something a little different than the daily Chinese auction results.  I was going to post sales and trend info across the “liquid” categories with data I’ve been collecting for a while now from US based auction platforms. I was also working on a website to share all of this data.  And then last week, shortnames.com released their new site and really knocked it out of the park.  It’s a great looking site, and it has all of the data that I’ve been collecting.  I decided against a daily post about data that you can easily look up yourself now.  Luckily, Josh decided to join Shane on the daily list, and I asked if I could take over the daily recap post.

DiamondOrganics.com The company should probably own this but its getting bid up for all the backlinks and history. 20 years old

$787 – Probably went out of business?  One yelp reviewer stated that it cost $97 to deliver 16 oranges and grapefruits 50 miles away.  That’s a tough sell for most.

CustomEnergy.com I still don’t think people understand how big energy storage and creation is going to be over the next decade

$1247 – I would have agreed 5 years ago.  Not sure the next decade is in the cards at this point.  My energy costs keep dropping.  Natural gas is dirt cheap, and I’m now paying something like 7.5 cents per kwh for a 100% renewable plan in Texas.

IdealDomain.com The plural would be even better but still a solid name for someone in our industry

?

PremiumSeed.com No bidders. All plants are grown from seed or cuttings. Why not pretend like you’re the best

$319 – Will probably be a marijuana name.

HydroTomato.com You probably don’t realize it but a lot of the tomatoes you are getting in the store are grown hydroponically. They are getting better at it every year

?  Yep, I buy them all the time, and they are pretty good.

eBackorder.com No bidders. Endusers are probably limited but at this price its worth looking at

$260

AtlantaCellular.com Cell phones are coming to Atlanta soon

?

RazorBlade.org Everyone I know over 17 uses one. Although there was this one guy I know that had a disease where he had no hair on his body. I don’t he spent any money on razors

? – Another that would benefit from the plural.

1800Flowerd.com Only here for the typo. Just a little extra reach away from a visit

?

ShroomHunter.com Mushroom hunters don’t mess around. I shit you not, they will blindfold you when they drive you to their morel patch.

? – I went on a shroom hunt once but not for the varieties you can buy in stores.

Shiitake.org Speaking of mushrooms. Here’s a real tasty one

? – Probably my favorite variety that you can buy in stores.

BankingOnBitcoin.com A lot of people are

$610 – I’m surprised it went for this much.

HeadCrusher.com Good brand and the nickname of The Mountain on Game of Thrones

? – Takata should buy this.

LeagueMonster.com Have a monster year in your fantasy league with League Monster.com Free slogan.

?

JustAnotherCoverup.com Conspiracy theorist dream name

?

CloudScore.com I’ll give it a 6

$740 – Cloud names are like vegan names.  They almost always sell for nice prices, and you never have to ask a cloud if it is a cloud.  A cloud will tell you in the first five minutes.

GMT.us This LLL.us actually has some action. Dot us generally is a the red headed stepchild of the domain world

$420 – Nice segway for the next name.

420RX.com Dr. Weed is in the house

$760 – Someone had the foresight to register this 7 years ago.

35000.org Its round. Gotta give it that

?

Here are the best of the LLLL.coms

The floor on these 4L.coms with vowels and / or a V are certainly rising a bit.  I sold two that contained a V yesterday for $450 each.

IBSE.com

$400

ELEU.com

$418

EOVI.com

$510

TYEL.com

$676

SNVG.com

$346

PKLO.com

$345

AGKM.com

$345

VTHO.com

$355

FYKI.com

$410

IAGY.com

?

AYDD.com I love no reserve auctions

$460

VRMM.com Nothing hotter than VR names right now in the auction market. Actually not true, one word keywords are always great

Currently at $1200 and ends in a few hours.

InjuryHelp.com Doctors and lawyers. All willing to help as long as you pay them

Currently at $1550 and ends in about 17 hours.

Shout.com Fantastic name. Because of the quality I imagine the reserve is going to be pretty high

Ended unsold @ $110K – what a great name, but the last recorded sale price for the name was $450K just a few years ago

NetDesk.com Sounds a little 2007ish but still sounds like an online tool

Ended unsold @ $458 – another good name with little traction.  The last recorded sale price was $9,400 less than two years ago.

TheBlackHorse.com Not a four figure name at auction but worth more than the present bid IMO

Ended unsold $40 – Without the “The” it sells for much more easily, but I think it is better than a $40 name.

 

Maybe reserves were too high or the Namejet API was having a problem (don’t think so), but none of the Namejet names are listed as sold anywhere.

NCP.net

?

CoolDomains.com Nice name for someone in our industry. “These domains are Hot” Free Slogan

?

FunDeal.com Everyone loves a deal. Making it fun is a bonus

? – Last reported sale is $2K on 7/28/2015.

GifDesigner.com Most of the humor on the internet is now Gifs. Make some money off it by helping them be funny thought gifs

?

Buckingham.org A ton of families share this name. Worth more than the bids for email alone IMO

?

DirtStopper.com I could use some of this. I come home filthy every night

?

ItsLong.com Give this one out as an email at the bars. Or porn name

?

VeganRolls.com you know how I loooooooove vegan stuff

? – There are plenty of delicious vegan rolls.  One of my favorites is made with shrooms – the varieties that you can buy in stores of course.

ILikeYourMom.com Careful.

? – Could be an interesting site.

Cleanser.co Has a few bids already. I don’t like it because I don’t like cleaning

?

YTYT.net Even as a dot net I know there will be quite a few Chinese that will want this pattern

? – or yoga teachers

And a few great LLLL.com from the Namejet side

LBED.com Nice LLLL.com or a cool new bed

?

HHDO.com

?

FEPD.com

?

FENM.com

?

LMLE.com

?

TIOR.com

?

RCTM.com

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AUCTION RECAP of the 29th of May 2016

SearchCap: Google AdWords hack, SEO ROI & more

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.


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Castello Brothers Sell Rate.com for $725,000 After Broker Kate Buckley Finds Perfect End User

DNJournal DNJournal: In one of the five biggest domain sales reported so far in 2016, the Castello Brothers have sold Rate.com for $725,000. The deal was brokered by Kate Buckley, Principal/Founder at the Buckley Media Group, who put the name and a perfect end user togethe…


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Castello Brothers Sell Rate.com for $725,000 After Broker Kate Buckley Finds Perfect End User

Mike Navarini talks brandable domains and his marketplace

An interview with Mike Navarini


Namerific.com. Mike gives us some insight into why Namerific is better than their competitors and tells us the top sale so far on Namerific for 2016.


1) How long have you been buying and selling brandable names and how did you get involved with Namerific ?


I bought my first domain as a teenager, and have been collecting them ever since.  I met my co-founder, Zane Gocha while on a vacation in Hawaii and he showed me how I could make money buying/selling domains, and thats when my interest in domains peaked.


2) How has Namerific changed since Zane Gocha left?


We’ve added a new partner to our business, Yancy Naughton of HasTraffic.com. Yancy has brought his wealth of domain knowledge and extensive domain industry connections to our business.  As for the site itself, we have been making development and design changes.  If you’ve noticed, we’ve completely re-designed our site and logo/color scheme. We have several new modules we will be rolling out in the coming months as well.


3) You don’t require exclusivity at Namerific, Margot from BrandBucket told me years ago that exclusivity was a must. Why don’t you require it ?


Yes, perhaps a “must” to make more money. We care more about our domain sellers than our pocketbook. Giving domain sellers the ability to list in multiple sources increases their chances of selling their domains.


4) How is Namerific better than BrandBucket and BrandRoot ?


We offer our buyers a smaller list of higher quality names, which leads to a better shopping experience.


5) Do you spend money on marketing Namerific and client domains ?


We have a large advertising budget for SEO, search, and display traffic and we re-invest a large portion of sales revenues to advertising. We also attend many domain conferences to attract the best domains possible.


6) In your opinion what are the best kind of brandables to focus on for a newcomer ?


Short, 3-4L .com’s are your safest bet when it comes to being able to liquidate a domain, and in my opinion those are the best places to be. However, if you don’t have a budget to work with, focus on finding some gems for hand-reg price.


7) Most domain owners believe 30% commission is outrageous, it is why many don’t even consider brandable marketplaces. So how do you justify 30% ?


For our lower priced domains, the commission is 30% and that covers the cost of hiring our designers, writers, developers, and advertising.  For higher priced domains, the commission is as low as 10%. For a domain seller, all you need to do is figure out what price you want in pocket and we’ll price accordingly for our non-domain industry buyers at retail prices. Yes, you may pay a smaller commission on sales at other sites, but you’d likely be selling to other domain wholesalers and bargain-hunters that want rock bottom prices.


8) Do you sell company owned domains on Namerific and do they get special placement or treatment ?


Yes, we own a large portfolio of names and we feature the best inventory at the top of our site in “featured” and “premium” sections. We also feature, for free, all of the top domains listed on our site, regardless of who owns them. For less premium names, our sellers can pay a monthly fee to have them show in the “featured” section.


9) How do you handle logos ? How much does the domain owner pay for a logo and can they submit their own ?


Many domain sellers pay nothing upfront to get their domain live, they simply pay a $100 commission (or more, depends what they chose when they listed) to the logo designer when the domain does sell. Others that have domains that do not pass our initial review are welcome to pay $8 to cover the initial design fee. For domain sellers that have bulk listings, we charge $5 in some cases.


10) If a member does not like the pricing Namerific suggests can they persuade you to raise it ?


Yes, all of our prices are flexible and we can adjust based on input from sellers.


11) Any thoughts about releasing sales numbers on a quarterly basis ? Do you have any you can post right here ?


We recently sold Soni.com several weeks ago for nearly $30,000.  To protect our buyers, we can’t release all sales info, but we do on a case by case basis.


12) Will you stop accepting submissions at a certain number ?


No, we accept all submissions!


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Mike Navarini talks brandable domains and his marketplace

True performance baselines & ROI for SEO without attribution modeling

How do you determine your SEO program’s real performance, discounting the effects of seasonality, paid search spending or any other external factors? Columnist Chris Liversidge lays out a step-by-step process for reaching a reliable ROI calculation.


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Domain Name Industry News and Views

Impossible BV, a company that makes film for old-school Polaroid cameras, has lost a UDRP it filed against the domain name ImpossibleProject.com.

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Domain Name Industry News and Views

This might be the best RDNH finding I’ve ever read

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Only one panelist finds RDNH, but he writes a scathing critique. Impossible BV, a company that makes film for old-school Polaroid cameras, has lost a UDRP it filed against the domain name ImpossibleProject.com. Impossible BV uses the domain name Impossible-Project.com. Joel Runyon of Impossible Ventures bought ImpossibleProject.com a couple years ago, adding to his collection […]

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Grab A Mit And Get Into The (dot) GAME; New Snorting Drug Makes You fat

The Frager Factor The Frager Factor: How This $500 Million Company Empowers Trash Startups; Both male and female Employees at Etsy are be eligible for 26 weeks of paid parental leave; Union Square Apple Store Message; 10 Reasons Why Millennials Are Getting Seriously Discouraged; Magic Mushrooms Create a Hyperconnected Brain; 4 Wearable Products That I Can’t Wait To Wear This Year; Walmart and McDonald’s are suddenly copying one


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3 Google AdWords hacks to drive high-quality leads

You might think you know AdWords, but do you know the most efficient way to get great performance? Columnist Todd Saunders shares three road-tested techniques.


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Facebook Clone From North Korea Goes Online And Then Offline

The report says that Madory was able to determine the site"s origins by checking the DNS: “the site"s DNS resolves to North Korea"s Domain Name …

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DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, May 31st

Domain Shane Domain Shane:

  The art of the deal.   The deal has been around since humans since the beginning of time.  One thing that hasn’t changed is that one of the two people in the trade has the upper hand.  One of the two needs the deal more than the other.  In domain investing, either one person needs the money or the buyer needs the domain more than the other side.  I have been on both sides of the deal.  And I have been on both sides of the need.  I prefer to have

the upper hand in the transaction but I realize that’s not always the case.  I am building my portfolio and my cash reserve so that I will be on the controlling side of the deal more often.  It is a little tougher on the buy side.  Its hard to control the negotiation from the buy side.  I don’t own the asset and depending on who owns it, it takes a good bid to take it out of their hand.  I have found that I simply make an offer and find out where I stand.  I find out quickly if I have a buyer that wants to cash out or needs money or I have a buyer that is patient and will wait for the right price. Once I see that I am not going to be in control I move on.  Because I won’t get the best price if I’m not in control of the deal.  I don’t need any name.  I am a flipper/investor.  No particular name is more important than another.  If the price doesn’t come to where I’m comfortable I simply move on and forget about it.  I have enough other things to worry about and there will be more good things around the corner.   Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices

Table of Contents
Ike’s Main List
LLLL.com’s
Short Brandables
Numbers
Other LLLL’s that End User’s Might use
NameJet
Names with traffic over 100 per month

Shane’s Main List
YouAsshole.com   The name for that ” I don’t really like you” email
XFuel.com  Big fan of energy.  Regardless of what type
Playberry.com   Not a bad name for under $50.  I like to play and I love berries.
FreeGames.cc   Even a dot cc would make a nice, high traffic games site
Temptation.net   Temptation is the root of all bad.  And what makes life fun
CCKM.com   Cs are my favorite letter in a LLLL.com  This one starts it off with two of them
WhatIsCancer.com  I would think most people would know but you’d probably get some traffic
StarBright.org   Getting some good bids on just the history and backlinks
DustyJane.com  What they call old cannabis.  Just kidding, made that up.  I think they call it stank. No bidders
FXBroker.com   forex broker
MegaHeal.com   Sounds like something that they’re selling on an infomercial on Sunday morning on my local CBS station
WEIK.com   Has the most bids on the board
HowToGetElected.com   Be rich or connected
FrogSpark.com  Like it as a brand for a cheap price
DoSomethingPretty.com  I tried all through college
TrumpetMedia.com   Don’t blow it.  Hire Trumpet Media.  Free slogan
BuyFromThisGuy.com  You know you could easily see this on a real estate sign
LoveMyChildren.com   We do.  And they’re life is more important than a gorilla although its still a shame it had to happen.  Got more publicity than the 4 killings in Chicago which seems to happen every weekend
ToplessWeather.com   I think they already have this but I think there is room for another site
Grusk.com   No bidders.  Worth $12 IMO
DiaryOfAnAddict.com   You are reading one each day here
52514.com   The 5Ns are starting to show up again on the GD auctions
WorldPokerLeague.com   The real one is called the World Poker Tour League but nobody knows it

 

Ike’s JV list
3DSpecial.com 3d Movie Specials, printing specials
ActiveMagazine.com The magazine for active people
AntiqueAuthority.com Like antiques road show, find out what your old crap is worth
AuthenticTalk.com The Real talk, no BS and fluff
BestCreditQuote.com Because the second best isn’t as good
Bikeaholics.com Bikers that love riding bikes, or bikers that drink a lot
BoobyLovers.com So many of these people that they sell fake boobies
CareAndNursing.com  15 years old, home health nurse, nursing homes
CasinoTwist.com A Casino where you also win money, that’s the twist
ChainRetail.com Blockchain retail  things, however the hell it works I’m not sure.
CheckAction.com The site or app that lets you check in on the action. Maybe sports or home surveillance
CheckMistakes.com Editing site, really anything you do could use someone to double check your work for mistakes.
ChronicVendor.com The dude that sells you the Chronic
CoastalFishingCharters.com There’s gotta be a fishing charter that goes by this name, several probalby. Lots of coast out there.
CoffeesReady.com Not much money in coffee shops, but I like this one, even with the “S” on the first word. Makes me think of a cafe or dinner.
ControlTheRadio.com I still listen to the radio when I’m driving, anyone else listen to the radio?
CurbCare.com This is a valet service or company that actually fixes curbs.
DadMaster.com Master being a good dad
DogCatTracker.com I told the dog, cat tracking story several month ago. People will pay big bucks to find their pet.
DrinkBreak.com Who doesn’t want a drink break every now and then. Stay hydrated.
DroneWhisper.com The drone that’s so quiet it’s only a whisper
EcoGrowLights.com Grow lights that use less energy
ElSoil.com  The Soil, Shane can use this to sell Spanish Soil
EnjoyPrivacy.com A private getaway, a fence company
EVapeShop.comEVapeStore.comEVapeWorld.com The last group of Vape names did well, here’s some more.
EvolutionCycles.com Doesn’t have to be Monkeys, could be a story, life or a problem
FantasticFlix.com  yep, you guessed it, good movies
FastSpoon.com The fastfood restaurant that only serves food eaten with a spoon.
FitDuo.com Nice short name for a couple that works out.
FittestFamily.com The Cultra family is in the “running” for this. Pun intended
FixMyTrust.com A legal name, or a name to regain trust
FlexBids.com
GlobalTread.com Travel around the world, or hike anywhere in the world
GovernmentHacks.com  Edward Snowden’s home page
GreatBigLeap.com Pole vaulting name.
HackAss.com Breaking into a donkey’s computer
HelpMyPets.com You could swing this name as a Vet, pet insurance, pet training
HerFitGear.com She needs the right gear to workout
Hulkers.com After working out and drinking Whey she’ll be a Hulker
iMentorship.com Internet Mentorship, It’s good to have a mentor.
IndyMom.com Independant Mother, or racing mom
InstantSyndication.com As soon as I hit publish I want this syndicated
iSleepSafe.com  home security name, new shotgun brand
iWantStaff.com Looking to add a few workers to your force?
JustBoil.com The name for food that comes in a big pack that you throw in a pot and boil. No measuring or setting the temp.
LearnTrucking.com They have commercials for this on daytime TV everyday. I think they figure if you’re watching TV all day long or might need a job. It plays right after the injury attorney commercial.
LeaseCrew.comLeaseCrews.com So I want staff is for finding new employees, but what if you only need them for a few days? Lease them.
LifeHasValue.com I think we can all agree that life as value, some more than others.
LightningRifle.com a fast rifle or the future weapon that shoots lightning. Not like a tazer, but a devastating bolt of lightning.
LiveWebPerson.com Mr Dicker had a similar site to this at one point. Basically you would hire and actor to do videos that would pop up on your screen and tell you what to do.
LocalExotics.com If you’re traveling someplace new you want to expirience exotic local things, not mundane boring stuff.
LogoArtisan.com Good logo making service name
MeetingByWire.com This one makes me think of a meeting taking place via morse code on a telegraph.
MegaHeal.com Don’t heal at a normal rate, mega heal right away.
MicroFunds.com Very small funds, like in office space, fractions of pennies for everyone.
MomGenie.com A mom that pops out of a bottle and grants wishes
MommyCoach.com Learn how to be a good mommy, or a mommy that coach’s her childs sports team
NaturalLawnFertilizers.com Being made every day for free by everyone.
NextAvailableSpace.com the waiting list for whatever
OlderCat.com Cat people are crazy, this is a home health service for cats. They will pay for it.
OnCallNurse.com A medical advice site, or a service that comes to your house.
OnlineBan.com A list of douche bags that we want to see silenced. Not because we hate that first amendment, just because we don’t like idiots.
OrlandoPoolCare.com I imagine there are many pools in Orlando.
Pathist.com The person that makes a path? I have no idea.
PayYouLater.com the IOU site, keep track of who owes what. Or a credit site.
PixNation.com everyone likes pictures
PortableCooker.com Camping, tailgaiting, lots of uses for a portable cooker.
PowerfulSongs.com Songs that take you to a different time and place, or motivate you to do something.
ProfitCashout.com take the money and run
PurifiedWeed.com Don’t buy the junk weed anymore, get the pure stuff.
QwikJobs.com Accepted alternate spelling of Quick.
RentDancer.com  Choose a dancer for your next special occassion
RuggedMax.com sounds like something that takes a beating, truck liner, boots, tires
RumBank.com Keep your rum safe
Ryderz.com 6 characters and you get the idea
SafeOasis.com the safe haven with tropical fruits and waterfalls
SalvageExperts.com Fire or water damage, vehicle towing and junk yards
SeeYaThen.com Don’t know what you do with it, but people say it a lot
SlingRock.com I like the way it sounds. Could be anything
SmartPerfect.com
SoEffingGood.com Not much value but fun
StainPal.com Your little buddy that gets rid of stains
TeamEngland.com Football, Rugby, Cricket
TechLimitless.com The Techs that know no bounds
TechWorkup.com Computer not working? Need a knew server or network? get a tech work up
TheCompanyMan.com This is that guy that always goes the extra mile and is loyal
ThenMove.com If you don’t like it here then move.
TotalInvesting.com full service investement help
TotalWalk.com  Walking fitness
TwoAreOne.com The marriage site, two become one
UltimatePetDirectory.com Look up info about your pet?
uregistry.com Probably a bad idea, too close to uni
UrKids.com Short domain to talk about your children
VeganPack.com Another fine no meat no dairy domain
VSticker.com
WantVips.com Get more VIPs’ to your business
WarriorMe.com Are you a warrior? Let me see your war face
WaterDude.com A water boy variation
WeAreConnected.com We are connected now more than ever, lots of possibilities
WeddingCarriage.com Rent a horse drawn wedding carriage.
WeedTimes.com The newspaper that keeps you up to date on weed.
WeightLossTeas.com If you only drink tea I’m sure you’ll lose lots of weight.
WellConnect.com I’m thinking wellness, health connect.
Woosify.com This is what happens when we coddle some one, we woosify them.
WorkPraise.com Tell your workers how good a job they’re doing.
WorldDate.com What is the date?
WowMVP.com Wow that guy is the most valuable player

Your LLLL.coms of The Day
TTOA.com
EDGD.com
FPNE.com 
TSFO.com 
KTEU.com
JMTU.com
UBLV.com 
UEKV.com
UKVP.com
FPFA.com
KVEI.com
UELZ.com 
TPOF.com
EXQE.com
LFSO.com
OTII.com
UDUD.com
FPOH.com
OTHP.com
AVGT.com
HHPH.com
KGAU.com 
LWVO.com
LFIN.com
LFPA.com 
YSSM.com 
TSOR.com
PVUJ.com
OTGM.com
TRLO.com
TRMO.com
TSMO.com 
LDVD.com 
OTHN.com 
JTRU.com
EDPH.com
FRDO.com 
EYXB.com

And a Few More
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LLL’s
GWS.COWFY.BIZTFX.INFO
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Poon.com  You think dirty word but the money is in the fact its a very popular Asian name
MXXX.com  You’re probably thinking adult here as well.  In this case you would be right
7 Numerics Domains for One Low Price
And One more Package of Numerics with Lots of 8s
BCTS.com 18 years old. Strong letters on this one
8888.pn

FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM

NameJet
858.biz one of the best NNN.biz you can own
NTOB.com, DIRB.com, CSBE.com, CDAH.com, FSAH.com   Some great letters on these LLLL.com
PNPP.com Closes today.  Will sell for over $5K.  I know that because its already over $5K
Chard.com  I sell it, don’t eat it
17576.com  Nice 5N.com
NameDetective.com  This should be the name of Jamie’s blog
288869.com  I still like triple 8s. Just not buying any right now.  But people still are
NameAssistant.com  I love this one. Just wish people could spell assistant
HairSystems.com    I’m guessing the end user will sell fake hair.  Or real hair to put on someone else’s hair
LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday
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DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Tuesday, May 31st

Domaining Europe 2016 – Day 1 (Summary & Photos)

Domaining Europe 2016 officially started on Monday with the event organizer Dietmar Stefitz welcoming the attendees arriving from all over the world: USA, France, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Australia, Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Cayman Islands, Bulgaria, Ecuador, Belgium and of course Greece among others. Braden Pollock once again moderated the event. Most than 100 people from all …


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Domaining Europe 2016 – Day 1 (Summary & Photos)

Domaining Europe : Good things come in small packages – Conference photos

Domaining Europe did not set new records in attendance, but provided rewarding sessions to those who were present. A European domain conference taking place in The Hague, The Netherlands, between May 29 and 31st, Domaining Europe 2016 closed its first day with an attendance of approximately 150 people. Dietmar Stefitz, founder of Domaining Europe, told […]


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Domaining Europe : Good things come in small packages – Conference photos

Is your domain name in their upgrade path?

It’s common to see companies in China upgrade their domain names. There can be many reasons, such as better name, prestige, publicity, expanded business line, and going global.


.com is king in China’s corporate world. We often see companies shortening their .com names. A good case is China-sss.com, which is an inferior name for the domestic airline 春秋航空 (Chun Qiu Hang Kong). The company changed the name to the prestigious CH.com, which is an exact match for its trading name (春航=Chun Hang).


Other examples of upgrading to shorter .com names include HDB.com (from HuDongBa.com) and 37.com (from 37wan.com).


For companies using .cn names, they like to upgrade to .com if they can afford. For example, 亿童 (Yi Tong) moved up from Allkids.com.cn to Yitong.com last year and 上海云盾 (Shang Hai Yun Dun) from Yundun.cn to Yundun.com early this year.


If they can’t afford, they may go from a long .com to a short .cn. For example, Yaya888.com changed to Yaya.cn and Readnovel.com to XS.cn (XS =小说=Xiao Shuo=novel).


For companies owning a 3-pin or 4-pin domain name, they also like to upgrade to an acronym name.


For example, 猪八戒 (Zhu Ba Jie ) is a marketplace for logo design and other digital services. Its corporate site was ZhuBaJie.com. As a 3-pin .com exactly matching the company name, the domain name is perfectly fine. However, the company chose to upgrade to ZBJ.com early this year. It’s reported that traffic to the new site soared immediately.


Another example is 九信金融 (Jiu Xin Jin Rong) which upgraded from JiuXinFinance.com to JXJR.com.


Even a short .com domain name may go even shorter. When it happens, the company gets a lot of free publicity and also creates a sense of prestige. The most well-known example is LeTV.com upgrading to Le.com last year. LeTV.com has only four letters so is already very short. But, the company spent more than 10m USD last year to acquire the Le.com, which became the talk of the town.


If you own a domain name sitting in the path of a likely upgrade, then the domain name will be very valuable. How do you find out? Research is one of the ways.


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Is your domain name in their upgrade path?

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Is 5G Over-Hyped?

CircleID CircleID: It probably is because we are so good at doing that in our industry. We start with over-promising and under-delivering and then in following years we fix it. So why would 5G be different?


Our admirable technology companies are telling us that 5G will be 100x faster than 4G and that it will have 50x lower latency. But my more independent technology colleagues tell me ‘it all depends’. I have no doubt that the quality of 5G will be up to standard. The vendors and operators have done a terrific job of getting us to where we are now and there is no reason to believe that this will be any different. However there are other variables that will affect the service.


In my view the promises above are, typically, the best possible case scenarios.


For example, it depends on what frequency bands are used — 6GHz, 28GHz, 27 GHZ. The higher the frequency the more fibre you need closer to the user in order to deliver those higher speeds. Currently less than 50% of mobile towers are connected to fibre, and the rollout of fibre can’t keep up with the rapid deployment of mobile broadband. 5G means more mobile towers so it is unlikely that all of these towers will be linked to fibre in the near future.


In relation to latency issues, here the ‘it all depends’ includes distances involved between network elements and also the actual quality and capabilities of the devices connected to the network (be aware of the blame game between network operators and device vendors).


Other issues that can affect the performance of 5G (but are not unique to it) includes the number of users connected to the same cell, the actual applications used, whether it is used in a mobile situation as the speed of moving will have an effect, and, last but not least, weather conditions. All of this will need to be considered when selecting the right infrastructure for the right application.


Others that are looking at M2M and are shopping around have also been told by their mobile operators that their LTE networks (with a range of different flavours) will become commercially attractive for certain M2M applications by early 2017. So, from a mobile network perspective, over the next five years or so LTE will take an important share of this market and unless these services are migrated to 5G at no extra cost and at a time when these networks are stable enough for such application, 5G will take a back seat.


So, yes, in theory 5G can deliver on those promises but better to check out if that will be the case in the particular 5G services that your operator provides you with. And also check the backhaul issue. Is there fibre or enough capacity in the microwave backhaul network to support that particular application?


On the positive side — something we have been talking about for a long time — 5G will drive fibre deeper and deeper into the network and that will also benefit the business model for FttH.


Another promise: the vendors let us believe that 5G is ideal for M2M applications (machine-to-machine or IoT internet of things) as it will allow for 100x the number of devices to be connected to such a network. That might be true, but what about the affordability? There is no indication that prices will match the current costs of linking IoT devices to LPWS (low-powered wireless networks), 2G networks, mesh networks. The reality of IoT or M2M networks is that the sensors and devices connected to such networks don’t change for a decade or more, so it is not anticipated that there will be a rush to migration by those operating such applications at the moment. Furthermore 5G is a new technology and very few M2M users would want to be the guinea pigs for this.


Also, to make 5G cost-effective, significant investments will be required in the network by the network operator in order to optimise the network, so that application devices (radio modules) need less technology and are therefore competitively priced against the technology used in the devices employed on other M2M networks.


For starters, I am sure there will be some niche market applications that will be ideally suited for 5G and those who want to operate this will be willing to pay a premium for the use of the 5G networks. And over time — depending on how all of the other alternative infrastructure develops — there will also be a market for 5G M2M and IoT applications.


In the meantime expect a great deal of hype. There will be 4½G and early 5G offerings but there will also be standards and compatibility issues. It will miraculously support driverless cars (imagine the variability of problems when the car suddenly stops); it will spur robotics and virtual reality; yes, it will allow pigs to fly; and it will make your perfect cup of coffee 🙂

Written by Paul Budde, Managing Director of Paul Budde CommunicationFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Telecom, Wireless


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You Can’t Bribe People To Care; 37 hottest pre-IPO ad tech startups of 2016

The Frager Factor The Frager Factor: Google beats Oracle as U.S. jury declares ‘fair use’ of Java in Android; Inside A Growing Movement Of Coworking Spaces For Atypical Entrepreneurs; 5 Mistakes to Avoid on LinkedIn; Hiring Managers: Stop Insulting the Job Candidates; Mark Cuban: 4 things NOT to do if you want to be a great leader; Great Leaders Stand Out When Times Are Hard! How Design Became The Darling Of Innovation.. and.. Three


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Templates for emailing an end user – Share and Compare

Robbie Ferguson Robbie Ferguson: Today: Buying pronounceable 5L .com’s / Trademark Owner Wishes to “Acquire” my .org / PopGold.com Sold for $3,800; TLV.cc for $2,830 / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain name news that caught my eye today:…


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