PALM BEACH, FL – The following is a correction to previously published work which included an embedded Tweet which has been called into question and said, by the registry, to be incorrect; a reader from the “.Club” registry contacted me with a correction request yesterday including some supporting explanations for certain numbers seen on nTLDStats.com and numbers from a Tweet which were embedded and published on StrategicRevenue.com on October 17, 2019. Upon reading the … [Read more...]
New GTLD Meltdown: Is “.CLUB” Struggling to Hang On To 1 Million Registrations?
**** 10/22/2019 UPDATE: Numbers Reported for “.CLUB” Decline Due to Registry Quality Compliance & Cleanup **** PALM BEACH, FL – According to domain name investor, or should I dare use the recently coined moniker from the domain industry's new advocate Tamara Kurtzman Esq. “anticipatory cybersquatter”, Rick Swartz – who has been one of the most successful domain name speculators in the history of domain names, the “.CLUB” nGTLD domain extension is experiencing what he … [Read more...]
Despite Recent Sales, 2019 Top 100, Still Sluggish in Comparison to Previous Year
PALM BEACH – There has been a lot of noticeable domain name sales lately including the blockbuster sale of Voice.com for $30 Million in cash. Other notable names which recently changed hands while also making headlines were Links.com ($798,000), ol.com ($900,000), California.com ($3,000,000), Nursing.com ($950,000) and Casinos.org ($400,000) just to point out a few. Top domain name sales, those which are publicly listed at NameBio.com, show a total of over $44 Million in … [Read more...]
Sass illustrates Significant Disadvantage; Match Game: Brandable Vs Keywords
NEW YORK, NY - .CLUB Chief Marketing Officer Jeff Sass gave a keynote speech at NamesCon Europe 2018 and did what appeared to be a fantastic job of illustrating, through various different examples, just how bad it is when coming up with your own word (one which has no meaning) when choosing your domain name. Sass accomplished this by showing domain names made up of unknown words on screen and had attendees guess, by multiple choice, what they believed the businesses did that … [Read more...]