I was reading an interesting article that I ran into on Digg this evening and the story included two domain name stories in it.

If your not sure who Matt Rutledge is, don’t worry, I didn’t either until I read the story! He started the site Woot.com . Well, I didn’t know Amazon purchased Woot but they did, Matt worked for Amazon for a couple years and ditched. Here is the full dMagazine.com article, it’s worth the read after … Read the rest

I think it’s very important to easily show your domain name is for sale, but this also depends on your domain name! If you own a great generic domain name, it might not be a good idea to put up a for sale sign. In this case, I think the “you want it, but you can’t have it feeling” can easily drive up an offer price! Plus, having a great generic domain name, often leads to A LOT of low … Read the rest

Here is another quick DotWeekly Discoveries with a few domain movers that I discovered and what is happening with each domain name. Most of today’s entries include hand registrations but also include other domain movers from some large companies.

Retweet.com

This story is still developing, because I do not yet know who the new owner is. New owner? Yes, the domain expired and was auctioned at GoDaddy Auction as an expired domain. The auction ended for $24,250 and many figured … Read the rest

In true DotWeekly fashion, I am going to dig into the big news from yesterday, that Google Inc. is launching it’s own domain name registrar. So here is some info that I was able to dig up.

The Registrar

Google Inc. actually has been an ICANN Accredited Domain Registrar for sometime now, 2005 from what I can tell, under the name “Google Inc.” name. According to ICANN, Google has signed the 2009 RAA and has yet to sign the 2013 … Read the rest

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