Brown Shoe Co. who had owned the ultra premium domain name Shoes.com and sold it and its online division in December 2014 for an undisclosed amount to Shoeme is going to rebrand the main company name to Caleres.

Brown Shoe Company will become Caleres following its May 28, 2015 shareholding meeting.

From a domain name aspect, the Brown Shoe Company went from owning the best generic shoe domain name in the world and now has “hand registered” the future brand … Read the rest

Did you know that DotWeekly offers a domain buy service?

Maybe you did, maybe you didn’t and if you didn’t, this is why I’m writing about it!

I have been involved in the domain name industry since 2006 and began helping people related to domain names since 2008 when I started DotWeekly. I have learned A LOT in the years since I started and simply have grown to love domain names. They are so powerful!

Domains are so small, yet … Read the rest

GoDaddy.com by far has the largest inventory of domain names of any domain registrar. Some of these domains expire and go to “expired auction” but for some reason, the inventory of expired auctions sucks at GoDaddy compared to other services, like NameJet.

GoDaddy Auctions lacks expired inventory for generic one word domains that are valuable! VCVC.com’s, NNNN’s, LLL’s and simply general nice two word domains when you compare the inventory to NameJet.

So why does the expired inventory suck, compared … Read the rest

Startup companies are a very interesting sector to watch and I wish I would write about more of them. I have been watching them more lately than I have in the past so maybe I will write about them more. The startup domain market is pretty odd really!

One thing I have noticed while scouring CrunchBase.com is that A LOT of startups are simply naming the companies a single word. Let me use Honor for an example, a service that … Read the rest

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