Top 10 Domain Name Posts of 2013: Go Daddy, RDNH, .PW, DomainNameSales and I’m Back

Here is the OnlineDomain.com annual roundup of the top ten most popular posts posted during 2013 (based on overall readership). I wrote 603 new posts in 2013. The top post got more than 7000 unique views.These are the most visited posts:

  1. Go Daddy is destroying domain sales – The perpetual 80 day auction and Sedo’s refusal to remove domains from Go Daddy (This was written in December 2012 but most of the views were in 2013)
  2. Avaya Inc. found guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking and harassing the domain name owner (I represented the Respondent and I am really proud of my first RDNH finding)
  3. My 4-figure domain name purchases at auctions in 2012
  4. 131 .info domains sold for $264k – OnlineCasino.info for $30k, Flowers.info for $22k – Final Results for the 2nd .info Go Daddy Auction
  5. Seriously: What is all the fuss with .PW?
  6. My registrar complaints part 1: register.com, dynadot.com, moniker.com
  7. Internet Traffic can’t do Paypal Masspay – Parking earnings take a 5% dive
  8. Not everything is about .COM
  9. DomainNameSales: 210 Go Daddy Leads – 3 Offers – 0 Sales
  10. I’m Back Baby, I’m Back!

An honorable mention gets the article called My daughter is here!. She is now 1 year old!

Most commented posts:

  1. Go Daddy is destroying domain sales – The perpetual 80 day auction and Sedo’s refusal to remove domains from Go Daddy
  2. Internet Traffic can’t do Paypal Masspay – Parking earnings take a 5% dive
  3. My solution for the Pool problem – Pool shutting down registrars effective January 10

Top commenter:
Theo from Acro.net and DomainGang.com with 29 comments in 2013

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

2 comments

  1. Happy Birthday to your daughter…Kids are priceless!

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