Domaining Tips: First and foremost, I want to make it clear that this post is written by someone who has been domaining for quite a few years but never had a “blockbuster” sale that tops the charts. Realistically speaking, most of those who are reading this won’t have a blockbuster sale either but let me ask… Read more Let’s Talk About “Blockbuster” Sales
DN.Domains: 2015 was the year of domains, we all know. We expected it to repeat in 2016, nothing happened. 2017 – market is still sluggish. In 2015, stock market had to crash. 2016-17 saw bitcoin prices pumping. So, the question is, do the Chinese pump a particular type of investment every year? Do they have a time… Read more Hey, come, let’s pump domains this year!!
Domaining Tips: If let’s say two years ago, someone would have said new gTLD renewal prices would go up 30 times in some cases, he would have been called a conspiracy nut. Yet it happened. As those who invested in Dot Hosting and Dot Juegos domains found out, renewal fees did in fact go up from… Read more Let’s Talk About Worst Case New gTLD Scenarios
Internet marketing is known under many different titles and covers many different business purposes. Simply put, it is pretty much any type of business transaction that involves using the internet to get it done. This article can help you to recognize the numerous ways that internet marketing is all around us. Be honest with readers… Read more Let’s Get To Work With Internet Marketing
WIPOs panelists are going soft on obvious cases of reverse domain name hijacking. I’ve written about a few UDRP cases this week in which panelists let the complainants off the hook for reverse domain name hijacking. A decision out today for CQC.com is the worst example yet. Clasen Quality Chocolate, Inc. of Madison, Wisconsin filed… Read more Wow: WIPO panelist lets “misconceived” complainant off the hook
Domain clearly wasn’t registered in bad faith but panelist doesn’t find RDNH. Yesterday I wrote about how a World Intellectual Property Organization panelist let6 California clothing company Reformation off the hook for reverse domain name hijacking. Just a day later, here’s another case in which I question the panelist’s decision to not find reverse domain… Read more Another WIPO panelist lets complainant off easy
California clothing company lost UDRP and the panelist could have been a lot tougher on it. A World Intellectual Property Organization panelist has denied LYMI, Inc.’s (d.b.a. Reformation) cybersquatting complaint against the owner of Reformation.com, but it also let the company off the hook without considering reverse domain name hijacking. Reformation uses the domain name… Read more WIPO panelist lets clothing company off easy