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    Lithium Batteries - 27,1k search monthly

    Dears gentlemens, Lithium demand is forecast to increase by over 20% py, with demand from battery applications increasing by over 25% py through to 2028. You can get a very broad view of the lithium market here. Take the opportunity to purchase with over 27,000 monthly...
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    Looking for buying small .IN/ICANN registrar

    Any small .IN accredited or ICANN accredited registrar looking to sell their business, any interest.? Please write asap on :
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    Similar Sounding Names of Popular Websites

    Will the big companies sue me if ever I will try to register a domain name that has a similar sound as their company? Just for example and I'm not implying that I will do it as I might get into trouble, I register a domain name "gugle" or "feysbook". Can I register it without having any future...
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    Bitcoin typo in .org with a $10,000 auction bid

    Either someone misread something and didn’t see the typo or one of the greatest typo sales is about to take place on Sedo. Regged since 2011, closing in 4 hours has one bid. Offer Views 859 Bids 1 Watcher 3 Traffic 463 Maybe someone knows something, but that is one hell of a...
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    Rick Schwartz sells

    In a deal announced via his Twitter feed, Rick Schwartz shared that he sold the domain name: I'm happy to report after months of negotiations, has been SOLD!! Like the Candy(.)com deal I DO retain 10% interest in the new company and hold the paper. Congrats to...
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    The state of domain name brokers

    I have been really worried lately with the current state of domain name brokers. You may have read how “I don’t like brokers”. The problem is that most of the brokers know very little about domain names when they enter the business and most leave the business before they even learn anything...
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    Startup with $19m in funding gets

    TechCrunch reported on a $19 million funding round for a startup called Less, “a ride-sharing service for commuters and other short distance rides.” The company was founded by Jean-Baptiste Rudelle, who reportedly founded “one of the most successful French startups,” Criteo. Smartly, Less is...
  9. domainking131 saved in UDRP despite no-show by domain owner owner doesn’t defend its property but panel makes the right decision. A World Intellectual Property Organization panel has denied a UDRP cybersquatting complaint brought by PCO AG of Kelheim, Germany against the domain name Panelist Adam Taylor made the correct decision even...
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    Domain registration can tip hands

    Richard Branson announced “Virgin Group’s investment in Hyperloop One.” The amount invested was not revealed, but it was a large enough amount that the company’s name is changing to Virgin Hyperloop One. Although it is not yet resolving or forwarding to a website, was...
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    .Co co-founder predicts healthy results for .Health domain name

    Jose Rasco is applying his experience with .co to .health3 There was a lot of euphoria a few years ago when the rights to new top level domains were being auctioned. Companies paid millions of dollars (and in many cases tens of millions) to acquire individual strings. One thing that I noticed...
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    Tip to check if your potential buyer has already used

    Using for many years, it’s been overall a great journey with very little issues here and there. But that’s part of life and it happens. Anyone using must have dealt with buyers who sometimes try to show that are newbie in terms of using and they have no prior...
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    Airbnb registered these outrageous domains after hotel industry launched outrageous ad campaign

    A hotel and union-backed group fighting short term vacation rentals launched an outrageous ad campaign this week linking Airbnb rentals to terrorism. Now Airbnb has made a bunch of defensive domain name registrations in response, which are in themselves outrageous. These domain names were...
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    Email is the domain name X factor

    When it comes to domain names, I think email is the x factor that is not always considered. For companies that don’t have their exact match .com domain names, I think email can be a big problem. For those who are fortunate, the email issue will be understood, although it can go undetected. On...
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    Elon Musk tweets about and the Internet loses it’s mind

    The big news of the week was Elon Musk getting his old domain back. Elliot Silver detailed the acquisition of Andrew Rosener commented that Media Options helped with the transaction. Today Elon Musk put out a tweet about and that single tweet has close to 2,000 replies, 4,747...
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    Top 89 “Hosting” and “Host” Related Domain Names Sold Over Last 5 Years

    Have a domain name with the word “hosting” or “host” within it? Maybe its worth something, or maybe it isn’t. The following list contains the top 89 domain sales which have taken place within the last 5 years for domain names with the word “hosting” or “host” in the URL. This is for “reported”...
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    The one tip startup founders need to know about tracking down domain name owners

    You know exactly what you want to call your company and immediately go to register the .COM. Then you realize what you were probably expecting from the beginning…someone else owns the domain. The normal reaction at this point is to think to yourself, “stupid squatter!” and instantly become both...
  18. domainking131

    The Pricing of Internet Domain Names Looks Kind of Random

    What does it mean that a web address ending in .pizza costs more than one ending in .beer? Or that .bar costs more than .academy? That .church is pricier than .company? Hard to say. Maybe it doesn’t mean anything at all. Judging from a casual browse, the rental rates for top-level domains...
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    Search Google before buying a domain name

    Most people do some sort of due diligence before buying a domain name. They want to make sure the domain name was not stolen and that it is being sold by its rightful owner before agreeing to buy it. There are several other things I look at when buying a domain name, and there are a variety of...
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    10 companies that rebranded and upgraded their domain name in the process

    There are several reasons why a startup or established company needs to go trough a rebranding but one of the most common reasons is when a company enters into a new line of business or market that is not cohesive to the existing brand identity. Remember when Apple was known as Apple Computer...

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