In case you missed it : Schilling, Schwartz and Mann on domain names

In recent months, the three pillars of domaining have been using Twitter more actively, as their preferred medium of communication. Sharing their piece of mind, Frank Schilling, Rick Schwartz and Mike Mann all use Twitter for the same reason: domain names. Twitter summarizes such tweets from one’s followed list, and in a funny twist all […]

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Rick Schwartz’s domain requests on Twitter invigorate the domain industry!

Rick Schwartz has been asking domain sellers to post their best names on Twitter, for a maximum set price. Once posted, Rick’s given first dibs to accept or reject the domains offered. When the 4 hour window passes, these domains are available to others. We don’t keep track of which domains Rick acquired through this […]

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Retweet is now a registered trademark of Twitter

Domain investors take notice: Twitter has registered “RETWEET” as a mark with the USPTO. The trademark registration process began way back in 2009, with an “intent to use” (ITU) filing for the following classes and use: Class 41: Providing on-line journals, namely, blogs featuring user-defined content Class 45: Online social networking services; providing a website […]

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Are you a domain hooker, or a domain call girl?

Things are getting quite spicy on Twitter, where Rick Schwartz made a colorful analogy earlier today. In an attempt to emphasize that it all depends on how you sell something, not what you’re selling, the Domain King® stated: “The difference between a $50 hooker and a $5000 call girl may be THE ASKING PRICE!! Same […]

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Jason Calacanis : Twitter is a beautiful disaster

Angel investor, Jason Calacanis, is more known to the domain investor community for his ownership of 20.com. Calacanis sought advice on NamePros to broker the domain name; his price range exceeds $3.4 million dollars, which was an offer he turned down in the past. Now, Calacanis is addressing Twitter as a “beautiful disaster” due to […]

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Domainer Comics : The Minds of Domainer Millionaires

It’s already been two months since the last edition of Domainer Comics, the open-ended coverage of current domain industry events. Recent events about the new gTLDs have led to heated arguments, on a variety of media – including Twitter. To honor two great domainer millionaires, Rick Schwartz and Frank Schilling, we conducted the following deep […]

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Twitter closes “video loop” service Vine down

Twitter is closing down its Vine video loop service, which it acquired in 2012 for $30 million dollars. The sudden announcement shares the sad news of how one of the top 10 social media sites will be closing down – but not today: “Since 2013, millions of people have turned to Vine to laugh at […]

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Bob Parsons : I told you so, Twitter!

GoDaddy founder, Bob Parsons, is well-known for his entrepreneurial acumen, often delivering advice in a direct, factual manner. The former Marine and decorated Vietnam veteran, recently made a comment on Twitter, about the financial hardships the latter faces: 2011/Twitter refused deal easily worth millions every yr. Told me “we don’t care about revenue.” Bet they […]

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Hacker steals @LAU Twitter account, attempts to sell it

Richard Lau’s Twitter account got compromised a few days ago, by a hacker who attempted to sell it. The premium, ultra-short @LAU account was obtained by Richard Lau in May, to be used for his family. A hacker managed to gain access to the Twitter account, reset the password, and changed the email address it […]

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Domaining : Francois bids “au revoir” to Twitter

French domain entrepreneur, Francois Carrillo, left a cryptic message on Twitter yesterday. The one liner read: “The End.” Today, Francois announced that he’s leaving Twitter behind, after it failed to deliver any marketable conversion. Although the @DomainingCom account was established way back in 2009, it has only 124 tweets. That’s half as many as we […]

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Richard Lau : NamesCon founder celebrates birthday with new LLL on Twitter

Domain investor and serial entrepreneur, Richard Lau, celebrates his birthday today. The NamesCon co-founder owns a great number of quality domains such as Resume.com and Ocean.net, including his very own last name, Lau.com. If that weren’t an achievement on its own, Richard also owns the two letter domain RL.com, his initials; that’s a minimum of […]

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