End user domain name sales up to $90,000

A lawn mower company paid $90,000 for Walker.com and other end user domain name sales. Sedo’s sales list this week was highlighted by the $90,000 sale of Walker.com. Given all of the companies that have Walker in their name, this seems like a fair price. Walker Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of riding lawn mowers, made a wise marketing ... Read More »

16th Nov 2016
.Shop enters dangerous territory with SSL freebie

Free SSL is likely to make registrar partners uneasy. Last week GMO Registry, the company behind the .shop top level domain name, announced that it was providing a free SSL certificate to registrants of .shop domain names. While this might seem like a great perk for registrants, the move risks irking the registrar partners that GMO relies on ... Read More »

16th Nov 2016
ICANN’s new transfer policy will impact your business and your customers

Domain transfers between registrars and registrants happen thousands of times every day. You would think that such an ubiquitous process works well, like a well-oiled machine. Unfortunately, ICANN and the ICANN community do not share this view. ICANN has recently concluded a lengthy review process of all the policies that govern domain transfers ... Read More »

28th Jun 2016
Are Multiple Keyword Domains Helping SEO?

It’s a certainty that nowadays websites and blogs depend on SEO techniques. Google even countskeywords from your domain name and invests them with authority. If you are searching for houses and your site is called “houses.com”, you have the most chances to be on the first page in the search engines. It’s not known how much ... Read More »

28th Jun 2016