I am using the search terms that visitors of my blog are using at Google and other search engines to find my website. Some of the search terms are in the form of a question and some are not. I attempt to answer 5 of these questions every day. Answers are usually kept sort. Anyone can ask a domain related question using the “contact us” form.
I also get a lot of inquiries for my domain names. Anyone interested can leave a comment at the landing page. People may leave a strange or funny comment and that is featured in “Inquiry of the day”.
Inquiry of the day:
Comments: to be friend
(Well maybe not…)
broccoli belly rub
What can I say… I love a good broccoli belly rub! You don’t know what it is? Check this out. BTW the domain BroccoliBellyRub.com expired on December 12th. Let the bidding war begin!
Dynadot is one of my favorite registrars. It took me a while to find it and leave my old registrar. I am picky as hell. I tested it and I can centainly say that it fits all the registrar’s requirements I have. Dynadot reveales new Control Panel and new look to mark it’s 10th anniversary – Review
verisign .net price increase
The .net price increased to $5.62 on July 1, 2013 and will increase again in 10 days. From $5.62 price will go up to $6.18 on February 1st, 2014. Since the registry .com price stays at $7.85 you can expect Verisign to increase the .net domain name price every six months. All fees don’t include the ICANN fee and are wholesale prices to the registrars.
stockphoto.com sold on flippa news
StockPhoto.com sold for $250,000 on Flippa in December 2012. StockPhoto.com is now a developed and successful website. Latest related news is that StockPhotos.com domain name didn’t sell despite getting a $131,123 bid at Flippa.
go daddy auctions complaints
godaddy domain auction length
There are several complaints about Go Daddy Auctions. One of them is that expired domain names in auction can be renewed by its owner well after the auction has ended and the winning bidder has paid for the domain name. I don’t understand why they do this and I guess Go Daddy can’t explain it either: “Your Auction Has Ended”: Will GoDaddy give me back my time and money?
The expired domain name Go Daddy auction length is 10 days. Then for some stupid reason all domain name listed at Go Daddy for sale by their owners, through Sedo (soon to stop) or Athernic (that Go Daddy bought), appear as if they are in an 80 day auction. Once the 80 days pass then the 80-day auction is restarted. The perpetual 80 day auction confuses buyers that either get tired of a 80 day auction and give up or wait until the last minute and make a bid that is then refused by the owner: Go Daddy is destroying domain sales – The perpetual 80 day auction