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

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now live in Athens, Greece. I love domains and building websites. I am online since 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. I started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

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