Top 10 Posts In November At OnlineDomain.com: Chick-fil-A, Selling Before Paying, Minds+Machines, BuyDomains, Go Daddy

logo01-photoNovember was another record month at OnlineDomain.com in terms of views and visitors. 772 comments were made by readers.

The most popular post was Chick-fil-A Spends About $100,000 On 8 .Restaurant Domain Names. Other topics included selling a domain name before paying at Snapnames, Minds+Machines, Buy Domains, Go Daddy, Sedo, gTLD.link forum, domainers buying New gTLD domains and Rightside.

Here are the top 10 posts for November 2014 in terms of views:

  1. Chick-fil-A Spends About $100,000 On 8 .Restaurant Domain Names
  2. iWire.com Winning Bidder For $7,777 Tries To Sell The Domain Before He Pays For It At Snapnames
  3. Minds+Machines & Hexonet Mistakenly Priced Premium Domains Cheap – Renewals Will Be As High As $5,400
  4. Endurance International Group Acquires BuyDomains, Webzai & Arvixe For $77 Million
  5. Go Daddy Talks About The Domain Name Aftermarket
  6. Sedo Adds A Minimum Sales Commission Fee To Parked Domains
  7. Company Buys 3 Domain Names From 2 Cybersquatters (3M & Turner)
  8. New gTLD Forum Launched At gTLD.link
  9. 66% Of Domainers Are Buying New gTLD Domain Names
  10. Rightside Selling The Domain Cleveland.mortgage For The Cost Effective Price Of $59,500 Per Year

And a few good posts that most people missed probably because of bad timing:

  1. Donuts Predicts A Renewal Rate Of Greater Than 80% For Its New gTLDs
  2. “Why I don’t want to be a .realtor” & Comments From Realtors On The Extension
  3. Archeo: 60% Of Sales Are 8-12 Character Domains While 11.5 Is The Average Length
  4. Trademark Clearinghouse: 1,181 Marks Have Already Expired & 848 Marks Are Not Verified
  5. Ultimate Domain Name “www.google” Ranks 20th New gTLD In Alexa But Does Not Resolve
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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.

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