Go Daddy published a 23 minute video explaining what Go Daddy has done in the past few years and what it does today.
"GoDaddy - a brand recognized around the world. With offerings in 37 countries and 17 languages, GoDaddy is a large, high-growth business company, which you can learn more about at https://www.godaddy.com. GoDaddy has nearly 13 million customers, $1.4 billion in revenue and more than 20% of the world’s domain names under management. But there’s much more to the GoDaddy business story. C.E.O. Blake Irving introduces you to some of GoDaddy’s customers and tells all about this incredible company."
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GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY) announced it has bought the domain name GDDY.com that correspondents to its New York Stock Exchange ticker.
When visited, GDDY.com takes individuals to GoDaddy’s Investor Relations page, enabling anyone to quickly find out more about the company.
The seller of the domain name was Continue reading
Go Daddy Aftermarket had another Google hangout called "There's A Name For People Like You". The hangout was described by Go Daddy: "Whether you're buying a domain name or selling, learn what you need to know from our domain aftermarket leaders.".
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Go Daddy published a new ad video featuring Jon Lovitz. This is the second ad from Go Daddy starring Jon Lovitz. Click here to see the first one.
"Ever met a "Doubter?" You know, someone who says you aren’t cut out to live your dream of starting a business? See what happens to this bothersome doubter, played by Jon Lovitz, when you get your domain, email and website from http://www.godaddy.com/"
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The new GoDaddy Pro beta is now open and you can join.
GoDaddy Pro is a brand new program that was developed specifically to serve web professionals and their needs. It’s a one-stop shop for the web pros, to manage their clients and their clients’ products. Program members also receive a host of different benefits. Continue reading
Go Daddy added a new bidder verification process for Go Daddy auctions using Paypal. After many complaints from many users, including my own, Go Daddy implemented this new system. But is it enough?
Go Daddy introduced the verification process to protect both buyers and sellers:
Now, the domain aftermarket experience promises to be even better. That’s because we just introduced a new bidder verification process to further protect both buyers and sellers against fraudulent activity. Designed to limit the way unverified bidders can place bids, this revamped process helps to ensure a fair and open marketplace through a two-tier bidder verification practice.
There are two types of auction inventory that will now require verification:
- Value Priced - These are domain names that have been reacquired by GoDaddy that are now up for auction.
- Expiry Auctions - These are domain names that have expired and are not renewed by the original owner that are now up for auction.
But what happens with domain auction of up to $1,500? Continue reading
I have been using the NameSilo registrar for about 4 months now and so far my experience is pretty positive.
I didn't know NameSilo until someone told me about it in this post I wrote looking for a new registrar.
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Dynadot is one of my favorite registrars and the only problem I was having is that it didn't offer real domain name whois privacy. They would hide the email address, phone number and address but they would leave the name of the registrant showing.
Dynadot had a lot of requests over the years asking for whois privacy to Continue reading
Go Daddy had a Google Hangout that explained how to to buy expired domain names: "Ever wonder what happens to expired domains? Unlike expired milk, expired domains don’t turn sour and get kicked to the curb. Join Brian, Joe and Wes as they talk about domain auctions, closeouts, backorders and the important time frames you need to know to snag an expired domain."
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Cayman Islands based registrar Uniregistry announced that it now accepts Paypal as a payment option. Uniregistry is a registrar owned by domain name investor Frank Schilling.
Not being able to pay by Paypal was a deal breaker for me and now that it is resolved, I am ready to try out Uniregistry. So now you can pay by Paypal besides using a wire transfer or a credit card.
There are 3 easy steps to connect PayPal to your Uniregistry purchases: Continue reading