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GoDaddy expiration policy fixes annoying clawbacks

November 22, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on GoDaddy expiration policy fixes annoying clawbacks

Domain names can no longer be renewed or transferred after they are won at auction.

One of the biggest gripes about GoDaddy expired domain name auctions is that registrants can still renew or transfer their domains after an auction closes. Domain investors spend time bidding on domains only to have the domain pulled out from underneath them after winning and paying. Sure, they get the refund, but it was a waste of time. Some domainers complain that domain owners use the auction as a free domain appraisal before transferring the domain to another domain registrar.

Yesterday, GoDaddy sent a notice to Premier Services customers about a change in how domains expire.

First, the company will begin interrupting email services (MX records) in addition to web services five days after a domain expires. This should help alert the domain owner that his or her domain is expired and reduce the number of late renewals.

Second, customers will no longer be able to renew or transfer a domain after 30 days post expiration.

Expired domain name auctions currently end 36 days after a domain expires. So for domain names registered at GoDaddy that go through the expiry process, this means auctions you win should no longer be clawed back.

Technically, this means GoDaddy could eliminate the waiting period between winning a domain auction and receiving the domain name (for inventory registered at GoDaddy). This would be another welcome change: pay for the domain auction and the domain is yours.

The new expiration rules begin December 4.



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Zak Muscovitch named interim general counsel of ICA

November 22, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on Zak Muscovitch named interim general counsel of ICA

Former board member will lead legal efforts for domain investor organization.

Zak Mucovitch

Just weeks after taking on a volunteer role as counsel to the Internet Commerce Association (ICA), attorney Zak Muscovitch has been hired as interim counsel.

Muscovitch will fill the void left by Phil Corwin. Corwin was counsel to the ICA since it was founded 11 years ago. He left earlier this month to join Verisign.

In making the appointment, the ICA stated:

Since the ICA has a full slate of pressing and time consuming matters to attend to immediately that requires the attention of a General Counsel and cannot be discharged in a very limited, voluntary capacity, the ICA Board has requested that Zak resign his Board position and assume the duties of Interim General Counsel for a six-month term on a part time and paid basis.

This move should give some continuity to the ICA’s legal work while giving the organization time to figure out what sort of legal resources it needs going forward.



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Get ready for Black Friday domain deals

November 21, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on Get ready for Black Friday domain deals

Expect heavy discounts on new TLDs.

This Friday is Black Friday and that means that lots of deals are on their way. If you’ve been thinking about hand registering a bunch of domain names, it might be worth waiting until Thursday or Friday. This is especially true if you want to register new top level domain names.

While it hasn’t given specific details, Namecheap will offer up to 99% off certain domain names. You can bet these are new TLDs rather than .com. Uniregistry typically offers big discounts on its own domains around Black Friday, and I expect other registrars and registries to join the fun.

The best opportunity is likely if there are a few terms that you’d like to register across multiple new TLDs. They might be a long shot for resale within a year, but if you can get some great trending terms in multiple TLDs for a dollar or two, it might be worth the risk. (Of course, domains marked as premiums will cost more.)

.Com promotions aren’t unheard of on Black Friday, either. So keep your eyes open.



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Real estate company files lawsuit after failing to win UDRP

November 21, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on Real estate company files lawsuit after failing to win UDRP

Company wants GreaterAustinRealty.com domain.

An Austin, Texas real estate firm has filed a lawsuit (pdf) it failed to win a UDRP it lodged against GreaterAustinRealty.com.

Real Estate Edge, LLC originally filed a UDRP against the domain name owned by Rodney Campbell, a real estate agent in Austin. A single-member World Intellectual Property Organization panelist ruled in favor of Campbell. The panelist noted that:

As viewed by the Panel, the Complaint does not make out a particularly strong case. The Complainant’s service mark does not appear to be especially well-known within Austin, Texas, that both the Complainant and the Respondent inhabit. Moreover, being composed of one geographical and two dictionary terms, the mark is not particularly strong on its own. Furthermore, even though it has established valid service mark rights, the Complainant has presented neither assertions nor any evidence whatsoever of the extent to which it has used the GREATER AUSTIN REALTY mark for business purposes. There is no recital or evidence of revenues, advertising costs and/or promotional material associated with the mark. Such information is critical if the Panel is to assess rights and interests in a domain name relative to such a descriptive service mark…Finally, the Panel must note that the Complainant’s position is weakened by the fact that it waited more than six years to seek a transfer of the disputed domain name, which is identical to its mark and bears the most common gTLD, “.com”.

Campbell uses the domain name for his own real estate business. He has a DBA for Greater Austin Realty that was filed last year.

The WIPO panelist also noted that there might be a trademark claim here but that it was outside the scope of UDRP.

I agree. This seems to be more of a trademark challenge than a cybersquatting issue.

The lawsuit, which was filed by a different lawyer than the one that represented Real Estate Edge in the UDRP, does not mention the failed UDRP filing.



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Reviewing this year’s predictions – DNW Podcast #161

November 20, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on Reviewing this year’s predictions – DNW Podcast #161

Which domain experts got it right and which didn’t?

dnw-podcastEvery year I have a predictions episode that includes predictions for the upcoming year from many people in the domain business. The 2018 predictions episode is coming in about a month, but I thought it would be a good time to go back and review predictions people made for this year. How accurate were they? This episode of the podcast replays the predictions for this year. Who do you think hit the mark and who missed it? Also: CloudFest, a Whois privacy patent, Equifax domains, and GoDaddy tries to take down Whois spammers.

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The Beach Boys go after tribute band’s domain name

November 20, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on The Beach Boys go after tribute band’s domain name

Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya…domain name.

A Beach Boys tribute band is in trouble with the original band over its domain name.

Brother Records, Inc., the company that owns the intellectual property for The Beach Boys band, has filed a cybersquatting dispute against a tribute band over the domain name BeachBoys.org.

Good Vibrations, which bills itself as “UK’s Premier Tribute to The Beach Boys”, uses the domain name for its band website.

It appears that the two parties have been in contact prior to the UDRP. Earlier this year Good Vibrations added a prominent note on its website stating that it is not affiliated with the original band.

A check of the Wayback Machine shows that the tribute band has been using the domain name since 2002, so it’s interesting that Brother Records is just now going after the domain name.



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$65,000 legal fees awarded in reverse domain name hijacking case

November 20, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on $65,000 legal fees awarded in reverse domain name hijacking case

Judge awards attorney’s fees in exceptional case.

A federal district court judge has ordered two men to pay close to $65,000 in attorneys fees after filing a lawsuit over the domain name BeautifulPeople.com and other related domains.

In 2015 Beautiful People Magazine, Inc filed a UDRP against the domain names even though their claimed rights to the name postdated the domains’ registration dates. A National Arbitration Forum panel found the complainant guilty of reverse domain name hijacking.

Shockingly, people associated with the complainant in the UDRP then filed a federal lawsuit to try to get the domain names. The court dismissed the case citing the registrations dates coming before the trademarks.

According to the ruling, the plaintiffs pursued the case when the defendants refused to settle by providing a licensing agreement.

Given the egregious nature of the case, the judge called it “exceptional” and ordered (pdf) the plaintiffs to pay $65,000 in attorney’s fees.



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How to Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Website

November 17, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on How to Add Google Analytics to Your WordPress Website

Just about every website uses Google Analytics to track visitors. It’s important for improving your website by analyzing site visitor behavior.

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For those that are not sure what Google Analytics is, or how to monitor site behavior, have no fear. I am here to detail all of this for you.

As an added bonus, I am going to show you how to add Google Analytics to your WordPress website so you can get in on the action and start making your website better from the ground up.

What is Google Analytics and Why Should You Care?

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a free website tracking service designed to give you statistics about website traffic, conversions, user behavior, and more.

For instance, here are some of the things Google Analytics tracks:

  • Pageviews. The number of individual pages any site visitor clicks on during their session.
  • Sessions. The number of unique site visitors that come to your website.
  • Session Duration and Pages Per Session. How long a site visitor stays on your website before leaving and how many web pages they visited during their session.
  • Traffic Source. The origin of your site visitors – organic search (SEO), paid search, social media, referrals (aka backlinks), and direct traffic.
  • Goals or Conversions. How many site visitors complete a specific action on your website (e.g. how many people subscribed to your newsletter).
  • Bounce Rate. How many site visitors come to one webpage on your website and immediately leave.

In addition, Google Analytics incorporates into their service an intuitive dashboard, complete with all of your site’s metrics, segmentation capabilities for analyzing groups, custom reports for managing specific metrics, email-based sharing and communication ability, and integration with other Google products like AdWords.

Why You Should Use Google Analytics

Google Analytics serves as a useful digital marketing tool for monitoring how effective your online marketing strategies are, what type of content your target audience is drawn to, what pages may be affecting your site’s bounce rates, how your website is performing, and what the overall user experience is like for site visitors.

In short, Google Analytics measures:

  • Who. Who visits your website, where are they located geographically, and what are the general demographics?
  • What. Once on your website, what do site visitors do, how long do they stay, and when do they leave?
  • Where. Where are the majority of your site visitors coming from? Google search results, Google paid ads, social media networks, other websites, and direct visits are the top places.
  • When. When are site visitors most likely to visit your website in terms of days of the week, times of day, etc.
  • Why. Find out why site visitors bounce when they do. Or, why your email list not converting? Lastly, why are people not interacting with your webpages?

By answering these key questions, you can dramatically increase your chances of growth and success.

Adding Google Analytics to Your WordPress Website

Step1: Sign Up With Google Analytics

The first step in adding Google Analytics to your WordPress website is to get a Google Analytics account.

To do this, visit the Google Analytics sign up page. If you already have a Google Account, simply sign in. If you don’t, you will have to create an account to continue.

Google Analytics - Sign Up

Step 2: Set Up Google Analytics

After you have a Google Account, simply login. You will then see a screen promoting you to sign up for Google Analytics. Follow the steps by first clicking on Sign up.

Google Analytics - Sign Up - Steps

On the next screen, you will have the choice of what to track.  Be sure to click on Website.

Google Analytics - Sign Up - Track Website

From there, enter your account information – Account Name, Website Name, Website URL, Industry Category, Country, and Time Zone.

Google Analytics - Sign Up - Account Info

Next, simply scroll to the bottom and select Get Tracking ID. Agree to the Google Analytics Terms of Service to continue.

Step 3: Get the Tracking ID

After accepting the terms of service, you will see a screen that has your Google Analytics tracking code.

Google Analytics - Tracking ID

This is the code you will copy and paste into your WordPress website, depending on the method you choose to use.

Step 4: Add Google Analytics to Your Website

Now that you have your Google Analytics Tracking ID ready, it is time to add Google Analytics to your website.

Though there are many different ways of doing this, I am going to use one of the most popular methods using a WordPress plugin called MonsterInsights.

What is MonsterInsights?

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights Plugin

MonsterInsights is the most popular Google Analytics plugin for WordPress. With 1 million active installs, it has become the go-to plugin for adding Google Anlaytics to any WordPress website with ease.

In fact, it has a quick and easy setup that allows you to see your website’s statistics in the admin section of your WordPress dashboard, all in real-time.

Step 5: Install and Activate MonsterInsights

Navigate to Plugins > Add New and search for MonsterInsights.

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Install And Activate

Click on Install Now and then Activate.

Step 6: Configure MonsterInsights

To configure your plugin, navigate to Insights > Settings. Next click on the button to authenticate your Google Account.

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Authenticate Google Account

You will then see a screen for authentication:

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Authentication

Click Next to continue. Then, click on Click to Get Google Code.

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Get Google Code

You will see a popup prompting you to log into the associated Google Account for your website. Login, and then select Allow so MonsterInsights can access your Google Analytics data.

You will then see your Google code.

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Google Code

Cut and paste it into the Google code section on your website.  Select Next. From there, choose the website profile you would like to add Google Analytics to from the dropdown menu. This is really only important if you have multiple websites associated with your Google Account.

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Google Profile

Again, click on Next.

When you have followed all of the steps successfully, you will see a Done screen:

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Done

And that’s it.  Now you have Google Analytics added to your website.

Remember, it will take Google Analytics some time (approximately 24-48 hours) to start collecting solid data regarding your website.

However, once this happens, you will be able to access that data directly from your WordPress dashboard. Simply navigate to Insights > Reports.

It will look something like this:

Google Analytics - MonsterInsights - Dashboard Reports

Final Thoughts

Altogether, adding Google Analytics to your WordPress website is very easy using the MonsterInsights plugin. And, since it is free to use, and is relied upon by so many WordPress users, there is very little risk in doing so.

The convenience of having the most important metrics regarding site visitors behavior in your website in your WordPress dashboard is unbeatable.  You can easily track how you website is doing and make changes right then and there.

So, check it out and give it a try. You may be surprised to learn the things that are doing well, and the things that need improvement.



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The Top WordPress Caching Plugins and Why You Should Care

November 16, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on The Top WordPress Caching Plugins and Why You Should Care

It has been some time since Google announced that the speed in which you website loads will affect your Google search engine rankings. Ranking penalties apply to slow-loading mobile devices as well.

But what you should really be concerned about is the affect a slow performing website will have on your user experience.

Did you know that half of site visitors expect your WordPress website to load in 2 seconds or less?

I think that’s fair. After all, there is nothing quite as annoying as clicking on a website and watching it drag to load content and images. Not to mention the frustration that sets in while trying to make a purchase on a website that simply will not load.

Luckily, there are many things you can do to get your website up to speed. In fact, one of the best things you can do is add a caching plugin to your website.

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Today I am going to take a quick look at what caching is and why it is crucial to fast page loading and overall site performance. In addition, I will share with you some of the market’s best caching plugins so you can start speeding up your website right away.

What is Caching?

A cache is a place in your computer’s memory where data is stored temporarily for later use. This way, rather than complete the complicated process that is normally required to serve up your website’s data to site visitors, the cache provides that data in a quick and easy manner.

When a site visitor clicks on your website, they request your website’s data from your hosting provider. Specifically, they ask your hosting provider’s server for your website’s images, JavaScript, and CSS, request it to be constructed into readable HTML files, and deliver it to your site visitor’s browser screen perfectly displayed as your website.

Unfortunately, this process strains your server’s resources and takes a significant amount of time.

However, there is no reason site visitors should have to endure this process every time. Especially when it comes to your website’s static content, such as published posts that rarely change over long periods of time.

That’s why caching your site’s content is so helpful:

  • Serve up website data that rarely changes in readable format in a fraction of the time
  • Speed up the entire site loading process
  • Provide a better user experience to all site visitors
  • Rank higher in search engine results thanks to the faster load times
  • Reserve server resources and reduce crashing, especially on shared hosting plans

As you can see, there are plenty of benefits to caching your WordPress website’s data. Especially if you want to compete with all the other people vying for your same audience base.

The Best WordPress Caching Plugins

Knowing that website speed is important, and that caching your site’s data is the key, the next best step is to add a caching plugin to your website. Here are some of the most reliable, affordable, and highest functioning ones.

WP Super Cache

WordPress Caching Plugins - WP Super Cache

WP Super Cache is one of the most popular caching plugins on the market today. It generates static HTML files from your dynamic WordPress blog with lighting speed and delivers them to 99% of your site visitors. One cached file can be served a thousand times, visitors will be served up custom files tailored to their visit, and if they happen to be logged in or have left comments, that data will be cached as well.

  • Caching for mobile users
  • Custom cache hooks
  • Manage cache deletion and re-caching schedules
  • Mod_Rewrite, PHP, and Legacy Caching Options
  • Boost other WordPress plugin load times

Price: FREE

W3 Total Cache

WordPress Caching Plugins - W3 Total Cache

W3 Total Cache rivals WP Super Cache when it comes to popularity. Designed to improve SEO efforts, as well as the user experience, this caching plugins delivers when it comes to site speed and performance. Take advantage of features such as browser caching, 80% bandwidth savings, and even a boost in mobile search engine rankings.

  • Support for all hosting types, including CDN integration
  • Extensive configurations for custom caching
  • Built-in security features
  • 10X overall site performance improvement
  • File minification and GZIP compression

Price: FREE

WP Rocket

WordPress Caching Plugins - WP Rocket

WP Rocket is a premium WordPress caching plugin that simply plugs-and-plays. There are no configurations to mess with, since the plugin automatically caches upon activation, but it does come with but plenty of features that are designed to help improve your website in many ways. For instance, enjoy premium support, seamless integration with CloudFlare and CDNs, and even utilize this caching plugin on WordPress multisite.

  • Lazy loading images
  • Minification of HTML, JS, and CSS files
  • Mobile detection and automatic caching function
  • Google font optimization
  • White label capable

Price: $39

WP Fastest Cache

WordPress Caching Plugins - WP Fastest Cache

WP Fastest Cache reduces your need to use lots of RAM and CPU resources to deliver data to site visitors. Instead, this plugin allows for static HTML file generation that is saved in a cache for later use. Utilize the Mod_Rewrite method, manage minified CSS and JavaScript files, and even exclude specific pages and user-agents.

  • Automatic cache deletion upon page or post publication
  • Cache Timeout – schedule cache deletions
  • Enable/disable mobile caching
  • CDN and SSL support
  • Leverage browser caching

Price: FREE

Comet Cache

WordPress Caching Plugins - Comet Cache

Comet Cache is another exceptional caching plugin that thousands of WordPress users rely on. Taking real-time snapshots of your website and caching them immediately, this plugin helps reduce server drag and page loading speeds on your site. Simply enable the plugin and start seeing performance improvements.

  • Control cache clearing behavior
  • Automatic expiration of cached files
  • Client-side caching with double caching on the client-side browser
  • Cache 404 redirects to reduce impact
  • RSS, RDF, and Atom Feed caching

Price: FREE

Hyper Cache

WordPress Caching Plugins - Hyper Cache

Hyper Cache is the last WordPress caching plugin on my list today. It works on low-end shared hosting servers, and even the highest performing dedicated servers. It is purely PHP, works on every WordPress blog, and requires zero configurations. In addition, it has double cache for both desktop and mobile site versions, manages compression, even for non-cached pages, and has an autoclean feature to control the cache disk space.

  • CDN support
  • bbPress integration for forum caching
  • Serves cached comments to visitors leaving comments
  • Exclude cache folder from site backups
  • HTTPS ready

Price: FREE

Final Thoughts

In the end, there is a lot to gain from investing a little bit of time into improving your WordPress website’s speed and performance. In fact, installing a WordPress caching plugin on your website is something all website owners should make a priority.

If you are looking for a great way to improve your search engine results, keep site visitors engaged with your content longer, and make your website load faster, images and all, try using a caching plugin and watch with satisfaction at the results.



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10 Notable NameJet sales from October

November 16, 2017Domaining, DomainnamewireComments Off on 10 Notable NameJet sales from October

Here are ten notable domain name sales on NameJet last month.

NameJet sold 112 domain names for $2,000 or more last month for a total of $738,000. As I do every month, I took a look at the list and pulled out ten sales worth noting.

Before we jump into the ten, it’s also worth noting that nine three-letter .com domains sold on NameJet last month. The lowest price was qvm.com ($12,800) and highest was xlc.com ($49,100).

MGlobal.com $24,099 – I need some help understanding this one. I see that several companies use the mGlobal name or have it in their domain name. But $24,099?

eShare.com $12,750 – This domain has some history. eShare was a tech company that used this domain over a decade ago.

DomainLookup.com $10,650 – Have you ever noticed how domain investors tend to be stingy when it comes to buying domains about domains? This price, on the other hand, is rather high. The domain investor that bought it is asking for $250,000.

Reps.com $8,095 – Many uses…sales reps, workout reps, political representatives.

HomeMonitoring.com $7,601 – Home security monitoring is a big business.

HybridVehicles.com $3,125 – This is an interesting one. Will hybrid vehicles one day just be ‘vehicles’? Will all-electric vehicles outpace them? These days it seems that most sites about hybrid and electric cars are going with a more general term.

egreeting.com $2,950 – Do you remember eGreetings.com?

Diplomacy.org $2,710 – Sometimes I wish our world leaders used diplomacy more often.

SafetyManagement.com $2,350 – Google this term and you’ll see a fairly large business segment.

Realtorwebsites.com $2,101 – A word of warning: Realtor is a trademark.



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