April Fools Day

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The cruelest April Food Day Joke of them all.

Kind of a lemon today.  So far ive picked up some Domain Gang, stories, but always hard to tell onr a regular day if they aren’t spoofs.

NamePros.com has a couple of threads, I guess they were worried about people thinking they were real so theres a screen overlay.

https://www.namepros.com/threads/breaking-com-to-be-retired-as-tld.1130433/page-2#post-7175621

NameCheap has always been a major marketer and they have re-branded today as NameExpensive.com

See anymore, add to our comments below or on twitter.

Stay tuned for some retro April Fools Day Gags.

And here a few from around the web.Read the rest

My New Favorite TLD

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So I’m not opposed to investing on other tlds. Its no secret i have a lot and work with .LA for city domain names for business in and around Los Angeles. I also use .ws as the best tld for emoji domains, and I’m a long time .TV fan.

But here is the registration date on my new favorite, any guesses? It could be a new tlds, existing tld or cctld.  50 Topcoin to the first one who gets the answer.

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Gamechanger – Domains Now Show $99 a Year at Godaddy … Brilliant!

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Godaddy Available Domain Names now show $99 a Year. Brilliant!

Brilliant !

(Note this doesn’t happen all the time, but it did twice this morning for me)

So when you search for a single domain name, Godaddy will now show its available, and only $99 a year. Includes website and email.  Brilliant. This is what people want.

They get a fully protected domain name, email and a website. Boom, done!!

I think it will take about 30 days for everyone else to jump on board.  This takes all the hard decision making out of the equation. Domain names have always … Read the rest

Welcome to the DN.BIZ Blog

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So why another industry blog and why am I writing again.  Well you will see more than just a blog on DN.BIZ, i’ll be producing content in quite a few formats, but as to the blog, thanks for coming in. Why.. you ask?

I think we under-serve the general public on information about domain names, maybe on purpose.

Because I think we can do a better job maximizing the value of domain names for the whole industry.

Because of the generally nice feedback and appreciation I receive at shows and in messages and phone calls about my time on Domain … Read the rest