Top 10 articles from the 1st half of 2019 (ICANN, GoDaddy, Mike Mann, Rick Schwartz, Voice)

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These are the top 10 domain name articles from the first half of 2019. It has been a crazy year in the domain name industry with some great sales but with ICANN screwing all domain name owners.

It is a busy year for OnlineDomain.com with about 130 posts published so far.

All posts below have more than 1,000 views and up to 3,000+ each.

The top 10 domain name articles of months January to June 2019 on OnlineDomain.com:

  1. Wake up people! ICANN and the registries want to steal your domain names!
  2. Marksmen makes lowball offer using a GoDaddy domain appraisal
  3. GoDaddy domain auctions: The problems never end
  4. Mike Mann sells 4 domains in December and attacks GoDaddy’s appraisal tool
  5. New GoDaddy commercial is out
  6. NamesCon domain auction results: $2,2m total sales, OL.com sells for $900k
  7. How I reply to threats from companies that want to steal my domains
  8. Mike Mann shares his domain name pricing levels
  9. Renew or drop? Using GoDaddy domain name appraisals!
  10. GoDaddy employee caught bidding on domain name auctions

And here are a few articles that didn’t make it into the top 10 but are important. Important to me anyway…

  1. Rick Schwartz reveals domain name purchase prices from the 1990’s
  2. .Dev domains are for idiots!
  3. So Donuts lied and is now increasing renewals to 220 domain extensions
  4. Good luck buying expired Uniregistry and Epik domains at Dynadot!
  5. GoDaddy auctions and Enom expired domains problems
  6. I don’t share the domaining industry’s excitement about the Voice.com sale

This is where the OnlineDomain.com readers came from this year so far:

  1. United States
  2. India
  3. Canada
  4. United Kingdom
  5. Australia
  6. Germany
  7. Spain
  8. France
  9. Nederlands
  10. China
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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

2 comments

  1. Thanks Konstantinos

    Totally enjoy reading your blog. Thanks for taking time to post your thoughts.

    Yours

    Tommy

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