So what happened with Eric Borgos and his 9,000 domain names?

In mid-November Eric Borgos wrote a story on his company's blog entitled: What To Do With My 9000 Domain Names? The story sparked a lot of interest from readers and people started commenting with their own thoughts on what Eric should do with his 9,000 domain names.  Readers posted over 100 … [Read more...]

Premium auction at Sedo’s GreatDomains exceeds half a million dollars with 4 days left

With 4 days left of bidding, the latest GreatDomains auction has drawn in over $500,000 in from buyers. There are more than 200 domain names up for sale, including several two-letter domain names that hit the auction block. The two-letter domain name KF.com has already topped $80,000 in … [Read more...]

Tablets.com to provide reviews, buying advice, news and more for tablet enthusiasts

It's been only a month since Aron Meystedt of XF.com acquired the category-killer domain name Tablets.com.  So what's in store for one of the hottest gadgets and domain names on the market? Bill Kara of Hallpass Media whose casual game network receives over 3.5 million visitors monthly, … [Read more...]

Owners of domain names seized by ICE, using Twitter to communicate with users

TechCrunch is reporting that many of the owners of the domain names seized by Homeland Security earlier this week because of copyright infringement are now moving their web sites to alternate domain names.  And the owners are using Twitter to get the word out about the "move". Some have already … [Read more...]

Kentucky internet gambling case: Court date scheduled for December 6

For those interested in the Kentucky internet gambling case that began in September 2008, in which the state of Kentucky tried seizing 141 domain names of gambling sites, a new court date has been scheduled for December 6, 2010.  As CasinoAdvisor reports: 'The case is back in the court of Judge … [Read more...]

More group buying web sites, still more strange group buying domain names

Group buying sites are launching everywhere.  Tuango, Montreal's first group-buying site founded by Eduardo Mandri, is one of the latest entrants into the group buying market with a not-so-familiar name, but it's not the only one using a catchy domain to brand its business - there are plenty.  As … [Read more...]

Media giant Hearst Corporation acquires domain LittleAngels.com for $100,000

The news broke earlier this week on GreatDomains.com that the domain name LittleAngels.com sold for a whopping $100,000.  But until now, the new owners had remained a mystery.  Earlier the registrant records switched from Sedo over to Hearst Corporation, one of the nation's largest diversified … [Read more...]

Twitter domain names and websites see strong sales on Flippa

Flippa, a marketplace for selling websites and domain names, is helping owners of Twitter-related domain names and websites see strong sales.  Flippa sellers have access to a huge crowd of buyers.  In October 2010, traffic to Flippa was nearly 250,000 unique visitors according to Compete.  For … [Read more...]

German gaming portal Bigpoint acquires Ruined.com for $7,800 for its post apocalyptic third person shooter

Bigpoint, one the largest German gaming portals and one of the top 3 gaming portals worldwide, has acquired Ruined.com from Sedo GreatDomains for its post apocalyptic third person shooter called 'Ruined'. Bigpoint originally used the domain name Ruinedonline.com for its site which debuted in … [Read more...]

Still Working on Updating the Fusible Web Site

Last month we switched Fusible.com from a custom-built web site to WordPress, a much needed makeover.  The move to WordPress gives us access to hundreds of thousands of plug-ins and tools and gives us the flexibility to make changes without paying  for development costs to perform routine … [Read more...]