2017 Global Domain Industry Summit in Xiamen, China

 OnlineDomain.com: Global Domain Summit (GDS) 2017 will be held in the domain city Xiamen, China during 7th -9th July,2017. GDS 2017 is co-organized by Godaddy, AliCloud, Baidu Cloud, eName and Bizcn. This summit is probably the largest  global domain name industry event in China. Main topics of this summit will include the development trend analysis f…… Read more 2017 Global Domain Industry Summit in Xiamen, China

Local Popularity & Global Influence: Nations and nTLDs

 Domain Name Wire: Joseph Peterson continues his look at new top level domain names and their popularity across the world. No beating around the bush. Let’s start with an example. .BERLIN is 1290 times more popular inside Germany than outside. And Germany is 48 times more significant for .BERLIN than for other nTLDs. In the Cayman Islands,… Read more Local Popularity & Global Influence: Nations and nTLDs

Rust or Bust! WHD Global and the JFK.club (VIDEO)

 OnlineDomain.com: The .CLUB team was at the WHD.global conference in Rust, Germany. The conference took place in the Europa-Park in March 25-31, 2017. Attendees came from industries spanning hosting and cloud services (SaaS, PaaS and IaaS), carriers and infrastructure providers, VARs and systems integrators, ISPs and telecoms, domain registrars and re… Domaining.com

Global Domain Summit 2017 Set for July

 DomainInvesting.com: Pinky Brand wrote an article geared towards American readers covering the upcoming Global Domain Summit. The China-based domain industry conference will take place in Xiamen, China from July 7-9. If you are thinking about attending, you should definitely read Pinky’s article. You should also have a look at the video Pinky creat… Domaining.com

Rolf Larsen of dot .Global : Drop the “Domain Name Drama”

 DomainGang.com: Rolf Larsen, founder and CEO of dot .Global, took to LinkedIn to share his thoughts on the fallout from a recent decision by Uniregistry to raise prices for 16 of its gTLDs. Despite titling his op-piece as “Domain Name Drama,” Larsen takes a balanced approach to analyzing the events: “I think the frustration and cri…… Read more Rolf Larsen of dot .Global : Drop the “Domain Name Drama”