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USMCA.com case study

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 15:17

Building a site on USMCA.com has led to significantly more traffic.

In October I wrote about creating a website for USMCA.com using GoDaddy WordPress hosting and the included Beaver Builder plugin. I thought I’d provide a bit of an update about how the site is performing.

As background, USMCA is short for United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a new trade agreement that is designed to replace NAFTA. It still needs U.S. congressional approval.

I bought USMCA.com the day the deal was announced in a buy now transaction. I parked it for a few days and received lots of purchase inquiries, but none that met my requirements. So I decided to see what happened if I developed the domain into a website. Could I attract significantly more eyeballs to the site than just the type-in traffic it received as a parked domain?

Fast forward to last Friday when U.S. President Donald Trump, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed the agreement during the G-20 summit. I checked in on the stats to see how the site was doing. Here’s a chart showing page views:

The top of the chart is 2,000. In a typical day the site gets roughly 100 pageviews but it spiked after USMCA was in the news again. I expect more spikes like this as it is debated in Congress.

The traffic comes mostly from type-ins and search and mostly the latter. The search traffic is primarily from Bing and DuckDuckGo (which sometimes pulls from Bing). Most of the searches are for USMCA but there are also long tail searches and many for USMCA.com.

My goal is still to sell the domain name to a group that can benefit from it, but developing the site has been an interesting exercise.

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Domains suggest which cities might get XFL football teams

Domain Name Wire - Fri, 11/30/2018 - 14:34

21 cities are likely in the running for football teams.

In which cities will the new, faster version of American football land? Some domain name registrations are a good hint at possible cities.

XFL is a new (again) football league that wants to reimagine the sport. WWE chairman Vince McMahon tried to launch the XFL in 2001 and it failed. Now it’s time for another go with a season starting in 2020.

“We are given a game that lacks rhythm and has been overtaken by commercials, timeouts, complex rules and analysis,” its website at XFL.com states about the NFL.

The league will hold a press conference on December 5 to unveil first-year cities. Yesterday the league registered a bunch of domain names for possible cities. The domains take the format of CityXFL.com, XFLCity.com and XFLCityAbbreviation.com.

For example, it registered AtlantaXFL.com, XFLAtlanta.com, and XFLAtl.com. Here are the cities that associated names were registered for:

Atlanta
Austin
Chicago
Cleveland
Dallas/Arlington
Detroit
Houston
KansasCity
Los Angeles
Minnesota
Nashville
NewYork
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Seattle
St. Louis
Washington DC
Tampa Bay

While the league is unlikely to launch that many cities at first (the plan is eight cities), it is likely that the planned cities are on the list.

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DataRecovery.com, a $1.7M domain 10 years later

Domain Name Wire - Thu, 11/29/2018 - 20:59

DataRecovery.com president Benjamin Carmitchel says his big domain purchase was worth it.

In 2008, ESS Data Recovery bought the domain name DataRecovery.com from Associated Computers, Inc. of Minnesota for $1.659 million. I recently caught up with company president Benjamin Carmitchel to find out how the deal played out now that he has ten years of experience with the domain.

The company formally changed its name from ESS Data Recovery to DataRecovery.com, Inc. after acquiring the domain name, making it easier for customers to remember its name.

Switching to DataRecovery.com also helped the company win new business without advertising.

“Before we bought the domain name we were spending a quarter of a million to half of a million a year in advertising on things like Google Adwords and print ads,” Carmitchel said. Now the company has eliminated almost all of its advertising because it’s so busy.

Carmitchel attributes a lot of the success to the domain name.

“It’s the domain name along with building a reputation around that,” he said. “It helped distinguish our company. At the time there were only four other data recovery companies in the United States. As time went on, now there’s probably thousands so it really distinguishes us.”

The seller financed the purchase of the domain name so DataRecovery.com, Inc. has been paying for it over the past ten years. The monthly payment was like an advertising cost to the company. The domain is finally paid off and Carmitchel has a great domain name that will continue to pay dividends for years to come.

 

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Practical Implications of GDPR so far

Domain Name Wire - Thu, 11/29/2018 - 17:33

It’s been tough adjusting to less Whois data.

It’s been about 6 months since the European Unions General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect and many registrars obscured Whois records as a result. Here are some of the practical implications this has had for me personally as someone covering the domain business for DNW and as a domain investor.

Verifying domain ownership is more difficult

I’ve had several instances this year when I needed to verify who owned a domain name for a transaction and had difficulty doing so. In one case, a friend was buying a domain and wanted to verify that the person who previously owned it still did before doing the transaction. The registrar had masked Whois. I was able to find a recent public record showing the owner.

In another case, someone wanted to buy a domain and was at an impasse because the Whois record was masked and the domain didn’t resolve. There were no public Whois records so the potential transaction died.

Finally, I helped a friend who was trying to track down a domain owner. There was an active site but the owner didn’t identify himself on the site. There were some old Whois records but the most recent ones had info for a disconnected phone number and an email that bounced. Finally, by going further back in historical Whois records I was able to find a name and track the person down using other databases.

While historical Whois records from services like DomainTools help in some cases, the value of these records is degrading every day as new masked records are added.

It’s harder for people to reach out to me via whois

There are good reasons people reach out to me using Whois (want to buy a domain) and bad reasons (spam).

Fortunately, GoDaddy still displays contact info via web-based Whois. This has helped facilitate transactions this year. Most of my domains are at GoDaddy but it’s possible I’ve missed inquiries on domains at other registrars.

Finding domains for end-user sales reports is challenging

It’s a lot harder to find end user sales to report in my weekly end user reports. I can only find a handful each week based on Whois records so I have to dig deeper and hope that sites are already being developed. This means fewer names on the list.

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A smart marketing idea for local service businesses

Domain Name Wire - Thu, 11/29/2018 - 14:47

Service businesses should use hyper-targeted referral marketing.

Whenever I interact with a local service company such as a carpet cleaner or pest control, I take a look at how they are marketing. I think most are missing a big opportunity for referral marketing.

So I was happy to see a window washing company do something smart, although the execution could be better.

The company cleaned a neighbor’s windows and sent this postcard to us:

The flip side has information about the cleaning company and a special offer.

Good idea, but this is what I think companies should do.

  1. Call or email the customer to make sure they were happy with the service. Perhaps through an automated email survey.
  2. Ask the customer if you can send a letter to their neighbors telling them that they provided the service for you–using your name. The letter includes a discount offer for customers if they mention the letter.
  3. Offer the customer a $10 (or whatever is reasonable) credit toward future service for every neighbor that books the service from the letter.

It’s a bit more hands on but could be automated easily.

The problem with the postcard example is that I have no idea how good of a job they did and who they did it for. Sure, a neighbor decided to hire them, but many times I hear neighbors gripe about their contractors.

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29 end user domain sales up to $500,000

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 11/28/2018 - 19:15

An organic products company, ethanol distributor and insurance company recently bought domain names.

This week is a double issue of end user sales from Sedo since we skipped last week for Thanksgiving. There are a lot of the domains on the list this week, led by Kush.com at $500,000. The buyer is unknown at you could stretch to say it might be an investor, but it appears the buyer is building out the site.

Kush.com was one of 29 end user sales I uncovered.

Check out the list below, and you can view previous lists like this here.

Kush.com $500,000 – The buyer isn’t known yet, but the site is under development. Apparently, the domain wasn’t worth $3 million.

Databased.com $12,000 – Databased is a sales team analytics company.

Nedstar.com $11,500 – Nedstar sells ethanol and various chemicals.

SkyOrganics.com $11,500 – This forwards to Skyorganics.us; the .com is now owned by a health and beauty organic products company.

Wugen.com $9,999 – Wugen is a biotech company that is creating gene editing technology.

Potex.com €8,000 – An acronym that stands for Perpetual Options Token Exchange. According to the site, it will house a new global asset derivatives token exchange.

ICATOnline.com $6,000 – ICAT Managers, LLC is an insurance claims service that owns the domain name ICAT.com.

TeamGenius.com $5,300 – Team Genius Systems, Inc. provides software to evaluate sports player performance, helping them manage tryouts, camps, etc. It has been using the domain MyTeamGenius.com.

Blague.com €4,888 – Blague is French for joke and this website offers exactly that.

PMSol.com $4,700 – This is short for Program Management Solutions, a company that uses the loooong domain programmanagementsolutions.net.

Colouration.com $4,000 – Colouration will be a cosmetics company launching next year.

Bauerfeind.in €3,500 – Bauerfeind AG is a German health care equipment company. This purchase was likely defensive.

PlaceTag.com $3,495 – This looks to be a new company from Magical, a science and technology startup company that invents, funds, and incubates new technologies into businesses.

Frutop.com $3,300 – Frutop sells netting systems to protect crops, parking lots and more. It uses the domain Frutop.it, and the .com now forwards to the Italian ccTLD.

Xreference.com $3,200 – Xreference is a business administration system.

Pocas.com $3,200 – Pocas International sells healthy foods and drinks.

Triploop.com $3,200 – Triploop offers technology for group trip providers…think itineraries, updating about travel changes, etc.

SI24.com $3,000 – Signal Iduna is an insurance company that uses the domain name SI24.de.

SysConf.com $3,000 – SysConf Limited is a Unix consulting company in Hong Kong.

Advertas.com $3,000 – Purchased by Advertas, which claims to be “The Technology Company’s Marketing Firm”. This is a full-service marketing agency out of Houston, TX.

Cipatex.com $3,000 – A manufacturer of fabric coverings operating out of São Paulo, Brazil. They now own the .com of their company name but are still using Cipatex.com.br for their website.

DentsuaegisNetwork.at €2,999 – Currently forwards to Dentsu.at. Dentsu Aegis Network, or “DAN”, is an Austrian Digital Communications Agency and Network.

SchutzShoes.com $2,988 – Women’s shoes company Schutz Shoes. It forwards this domain to Schutz-Shoes.com.

MandMInsurance.com $2,700 – Musselwhite & Michel Insurance LLC in Mississippi.

AmbienteDirect.nl €2,500 – Forwards to Ambientedirect.com, the site for Ambiente Direct, an furniture and design eCommerce siteWith this purchase they now own the ccTLD for the Netherlands.

Viewsport.com $2,400 – ViewSPORT is an athletic clothing company that uses the domain name Viewsport.us.

TidePowderMBG.com $2,392 – Procter & Gamble for obvious reasons.

Comprara.com £2,390 – Comprara is a procurement services company.

Spreadshirt.co $2,000 – Print-on-demand company Spreadshirt bought yet another domain on Sedo.

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Kaiser Premanente goes on the defensive in #KaiserDontDeny mental health battle

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 11/28/2018 - 15:38

Domain name registrations include key employees/board members and “dontdeny”.

A graphic from NUHW’s #KaiserDontDeny campaign.

Health care provider Kaiser Permanente has apparently gone on a defensive domain name registration binge in light of a campaign against its mental health practices.

National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) launched a social media campaign last month bringing attention to patients having to wait a long time for follow-up mental health care appointments. It features Kaiser Permanente mental health clinicians and their messages about how they believe the company is violating state and federal law. The campaign uses the hashtag #KaiserDontDeny.

Yesterday, a company registered domain names featuring Kaiser Permanent personnel and “dontdeny”. While the domains are registered with Whois privacy protection, Kaiser uses the brand protection registrar Mark Monitor where the names are registered. NUHW uses other domain name registrars.

Here are some of the domains:

bernardjtysondontdeny.com, bernardtysondontdeny.com – Bernard Tyson is Kaiser Permanente’s CEO

arthursouthamdontdeny.com, arthursouthammddontdeny.com – Arthur Southam is Kaiser’s EVP of Health Plan Operations

becharachoucairmddontdeny.com – Bechara Choucair is SVP and Chief Community Health Officer of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan

cynthiatellesontdeny.com – Cynthia Telles is on the Board of Directors

Other names include:

davidhoffmeisterdontdeny.com, davidjbargerdontdeny.com, donmordecaidontdeny.com, donmordecaimd.com, edellisondontdeny.com, edellisonmddontdeny.com, edwardellisondontdeny.com, edwardellisonmddontdeny.com, edwardpeidontdeny.com, eugenewashingtonmddontdeny.com, gregaadamsdontdeny.com, gregadamsdontdeny.com, gregoryadamsdontdeny.com, janetliangdontdeny.com, jeffepsteindontdeny.com, judithjohansendontdeny.com, kathrynbeiserdontdeny.com, kathybeiserdontdeny.com, kimkaiserdontdeny.com, leslieheiszdontdeny.com, megporfidodontdeny.com, patcourneyamddontdeny.com, patrickcourneyamddontdeny.com, ramonfbaezdontdeny.com, reginabenjamindontdeny.com, reginabenjaminmddontdeny.com, richardshannonmddontdeny.com, richardsisaacsdontdeny.com, richisaacsdontdeny.com, richisaacsmddontdeny.com

While it’s common to defensively register domain names, it seems like there are too many possible variations to register them all.

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T-Mobile rebirths T-Mobile Money name, registers a bunch of typos

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 11/28/2018 - 14:44

Company registers 75+ domain names to protect its T-Mobile Money name.

Back in 2016 T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) killed its Mobile Money banking program for the unbanked. It now appears the company is trialing a new program with a similar name.

T-mobilemoney.com, a domain name T-Mobile used for the old program, now features a new program offering digital banking and a mobile wallet.

Yesterday, the company registered at least 75 typos and variations of t-mobilemoney.com and tmobilemoney.com, suggesting T-Mobile is going big on this new service. Here’s a list of some of the domains the company registered yesterday

t-m0bilemoney.com
t-mbilemoney.com
t-mboilemoney.com
t-mibilemoney.com
t-mobielmoney.com
t-mobilemoney.click
t-mobilemoney.sucks
tm-obilemoney.com
tm0bilemoney.com
tmboilemoney.com
tmibilemoney.com
tmobielmoney.com
tmobikemoney.com
tmobildmoney.com
tmobilem0ney.com

That’s an extensive typosquatting prevention plan. I’m also intrigued by its choice to register .click while skipping many other new top level domains.

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Online.Casino domain sells for record-breaking $510,000

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 11/28/2018 - 14:11

Donuts beats its previous records for a new top level domain sale.

New top level domain company Donuts has sold the domain name Online.Casino for $510,000, a record for a publicly-disclosed sale of a second level domain under a new TLD.

The sale tops Donuts’ previous record-setting sales of home.loans for $500,000 and vacation.rentals for $500,300.

Donuts completed the all-cash transaction in June.

“It’s another large sale to an end user and we’re excited to follow their site launch next year,” Matt Overman, SVP of Sales for Donuts, told Domain Name Wire. “We expect big things from online.casino similar to home.loans and vacation.rentals.”

Overman was not yet able to disclose the buyer.

Some other casino domains have sold for high prices recently. Casino.online sold for $201,250 in March 2017. Last month Sedo sold Casino.ro for €220,000.

The online.casino sale does not appear to be connected to these other sales, at least as far as I can tell from Whois.

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15% of new TLD auction proceeds for marketing? That’s all anyone cares about.

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 11/27/2018 - 20:24

New TLD companies pile on for awareness campaign.

How should ICANN spend the $240 million it has raised by auctioning rights to new top level domain names?

Last month, ICANN asked the community for feedback on initial ideas for how to allocate the money. It was primarily interested in some of the mechanisms and procedures for allocating the money.

So far, however, all of the comments are from new top level domain name operators backing an idea that .Club put forward to allocate 15% of the money to an awareness campaign for new TLDs.

Hey, it’s worth asking. After all, ICANN has already decided to skim $36 million off the top to plug budget shortfalls.

Perhaps the lack of diversity of comments is why ICANN decided to extend the comment period by two weeks.

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.Be will take down bad domains in 24 hours

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 11/27/2018 - 15:29

New policy speeds up old process for blocking domains used for fake web stores and phishing.

A new policy will help take down .be domains within 24 hours when used for fraudulent purposes, such as phishing.

DNS Belgium, the group that manages Belgium’s .be country code domain, announced that it will start taking down domains used for fraudulent purposes within as little as 24 hours. The new policy goes into effect on December 1.

The group can delete domain names at the request of FPS Economy, which is sort of like the trade and economic competitiveness arm of the government.

Names used for sites selling fraudulent goods or phishing websites can be blocked within 24 hours. The registrant has two weeks to respond to such action and the domains will be deleted after 6 months.

Previously, FPS Economy couldn’t ask DNS Belgium to block websites based on content, only fraudulent or inaccurate identification data. An application had to be filed with the crown prosecution service in order to block a domain, a process which takes at least two weeks.

DNS Belgium says there are “several hundreds” of fraudulent websites each year.

This approach differs from some other country codes in Europe. For example, Denmark has found that cracking down on false ownership information has eliminated almost all sites used for fake stores. You can learn more about Denmark’s approach on DNW Podcast #208.

 

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The secure padlock doesn’t mean a website is safe

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 11/27/2018 - 14:26

Nearly half of phishing sites now use SSL.

Google has led a big push in recent years to get all websites to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). You know a site uses it when it starts with https:// instead of http:// and the browser shows a padlock next to the URL.

People have been trained to look for sites that are secure but this has created a false sense of security. According to new research from PhishLabs, half of all phishing sites detected last quarter used SSL.

SSL merely means that the data sent between you and the website operator is encrypted. So if you send data to a phisher using SSL, congratulations…you just securely sent your data to a criminal.

Perhaps this false sense of security is why Google is starting to downgrade the positive designations it uses in Chrome to identify sites using SSL. It no longer shows a green padlock with “Secure” next to the URL. It’s just a gray padlock. Eventually, sites with SSL will show no designation in Chrome; sites without it will show “Not Secure”:

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A NamesCon suggestion, plus auction submissions now open

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 11/26/2018 - 19:36

You’ll want to be there on Sunday this year.

NamesCon Global in Las Vegas is just two months away, so it’s time to get your ticket and book travel. A Cyber Monday sale for 25% off ends today; use code FridayMonday.

The event has shifted up in the week compared to a couple of years ago. While activities used to kick off Sunday afternoon and go through Wednesday night, Sunday has become a more important part of the conference. For that reason, I decided this year to arrive on Saturday night and stay through Wednesday morning.

Also, Right of the Dot has opened submissions for its NamesCon auction. The auction will include a live event on January 30, 2018 during NamesCon and a follow-up auction online. The online portion has previously been on NameJet, but this year might take place on GoDaddy.

 

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Insurance company Cover paid $825,000 to get Cover.com

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 11/26/2018 - 17:31

Domain name added trust to brand, founder says.

Insurance brokerage and comparison service Cover paid $825,000 to buy the domain name Cover.com last year, the company disclosed.

Co-founder and CEO Karn Saroya released details of the purchase in a blog post last week.

The company worked with brokers to buy the domain name from DigiMedia. $75,000 of the total payment was for the domain brokers, so the net was $750,000.

Saroya explained why it was a good investment:

We sell an intangible product and at the end of the day, we’re in the trust business. Owning Cover.com has lent an extra level of legitimacy to the brand and this, in turn, has translated into sales.

We have seen firsthand how it helps get people over the hump when it comes to investing their money with us. Immediately after moving to Cover.com we saw our conversions rise, largely because customers would cross-reference our app on the internet before they made the purchase decision.

Saroya noted that it doesn’t make sense for all businesses to spend this much on a domain, especially very early stage companies.

Hat tip: George Kirikos. Also see Elliot’s post.

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All about naming with Eli Altman – DNW Podcast #212

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 11/26/2018 - 16:30

How companies find and select names.

DNW listeners are familiar with the process of selecting and buying a domain name. But how do companies actually go about selecting a name for their business or product? Eli Altman is Creative Director of A Hundred Monkeys, a company that has helped businesses ranging from a brewery to IBM select names. Eli explains the naming process and discusses how domain names can play a role. It’s an enlightening look into how companies settle on names.

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Bipartisan.com among Sedo auctions ending soon

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 11/26/2018 - 15:05

Bipartisan.com and eResearch.com are about to have a new owner.

Sedo holds frequent Great Domains auctions as well as themed auctions, but don’t overlook the site’s regular auctions as well. The regular auctions include domains that registrants have “pushed to auction” after receiving an offer or have paid a fee to start an auction.

There are a few notable names working their way through the auction platform right now.

Most notable is Bipartisan.com with a $7,000 bid. This is a huge political name that could be used by a political action committee or non-profit.

The top bid in the auctions at this moment is eResearch.com at $15,000. Also notable:

Windshield.org €2,500
Tokenfy.com $2,234
Crypto.business €1,200

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Stanley Pace challenges another UDRP decision in court

Domain Name Wire - Mon, 11/26/2018 - 14:45

Lawsuit filed to halt transfer of Lascal.com.

Stanley Pace, who has a history of UDRP cases as well as challenging adverse decisions in court, has filed a lawsuit (pdf) in an effort to overturn a decision against his domain name Lascal.com.

Joran Lundh, who is associated with the stroller and kids safety business Lascal, filed a complaint against Lascal.com with World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in August.

Pace acquired the domain name in 2016 when it expired. He argued that he registered it because Lascal is a surname and a term to described planned roads between Las Vegas and California.

The single-member WIPO panel agreed with Lundh that Pace was cybersquatting with his registration of lascal.com and ordered the domain name to be transferred.

In response, Pace filed a lawsuit arguing this is a case of reverse domain name hijacking. He is asking a court for declaratory relief and attorney’s fees.

Pace recently moved from Texas to Washington and hired Seattle-based lawyer Derek Newman to represent him in the lawsuit. (Steven Rinehart represented Pace in the UDRP.)

Lundh, a Swedish citizen located in Hong Kong, submitted to jurisdiction in Pace’s location when he filed the UDRP.

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Florida developer training company nailed for Reverse Domain Name Hijacking

Domain Name Wire - Thu, 11/22/2018 - 17:31

Company went after domain name that was registered before it existed.

A Florida company that trains developers on agile development and scrum has been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking.

Clearly Agile, Inc., which uses the domain name ClearlyAgileInc.com, filed a cybersquatting complaint against ClearlyAgile.com with World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

ClearlyAgile.com is used by another company that offers somewhat similar services.

As you can imagine given their choice of domain names, ClearlyAgile.com was registered before the Complainant existed.

The Complainant tried to buy the domain in 2016 but the parties didn’t work out a deal. Then a lawyer for the Florida company sent a demand letter to the domain owner in 2017. It waited another year to file the complaint.

The case was dead-on-arrival because the domain owner could not be found to have registered a domain to target what was a non-existent company at the time of registration. Thus, panelist Scott Blackmer found that the case was reverse domain name hijacking.

Trenam Kemker represented the Complainant. New Columbia Law Group PLLC represented the respondent.

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50 cent domains at Network Solutions? Not so fast

Domain Name Wire - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 15:37

Promo offers cheap domains but they aren’t as inexpensive as they look.

Network Solutions sent out a Cyber Monday special that looks tempting: Up to 5 .com, .net, .biz, .info or .org domains for only 50 cents each.

The devil is in the very fine print:

Domains transferred out prior to one year renewal will be subject to a $20 fee per domain

In other words, the special offer is for 50 cents for the first year of a two-year registration, so it’s not really a 50 cent registration. At $35 for the second year, the special is two years of domain registration for $17.75 per year or one for $20.50. That’s not so good when you look at it that way.

It’s similar to the Cyber Monday deal at Network Solutions last year.

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Industry pros launch UDRP.tools, adding insight into cybersquatting cases

Domain Name Wire - Tue, 11/20/2018 - 17:38

New search tool offers rich analysis include citations and panelist statistics.

A panelist snapshot on UDRP.tools.

A trio of domain name experts has launched UDRP.tools, a new search and analysis tool for cybersquatting cases heard under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP).

There are some other good UDRP search tools out there, but UDRP.tools provides unprecedented data views that will be particularly helpful to attorneys. For example, you can see case citations and how individual panelists have decided cases.

Three domain name industry veterans teamed up to create the system. Kevin Ohashi of web host comparison site ReviewSignal and Michael Sumner of domain sales data site NameBio developed the site with the assistance of Nat Cohen.

Sumner provided this use case:

Let’s say you are defending a three-letter dot-com domain. You can not only pull up all LLL.com cases, you can also filter for ones where RDNH was found to mount the strongest possible defense. With the Citations Report you can see which cases those winners cited most frequently, basically giving you the playbook for how they won. But now you need to nominate one of hundreds of panelists to your three-member panel, with the Outcomes Report you can easily see who is most likely to find in your favor based on their past decisions in LLL.com cases.

UDRP.tools includes all cases decided by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), National Arbitration Forum and Czech Arbitration Court.

It’s free to use on a limited basis. Registration is required after five searches in any given day and registration includes 50 non-expiring search credits. Additional credits are available for a fee.

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