Tag Archives: .cloud

Mon 22nd February 2016
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A Domainer's Dashboard – DNW Podcast #72 - This service lets you get a handle on your domain name investing business. Can Efty help domain name investors make more money? Co-founder Doron Vermaat explains how Efty creates a dashboard for your domain business, and how it can help you sell more domain names. Also: Berkens’ big payday, Tesla gets Tesla.com, big .org contract out for bid, Rightside’s biz and .Cloud shoots up into the clouds. Subscribe via iTunes to listen to the Domain Name Wire podcast on your iPhone or iPad, or click play ... read more ...
Fri 19th February 2016
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.Cloud finishes a clever entrance week - 26,000 names registered as of today. The .Cloud top level domain name launched in General Availability on Tuesday, and had one of the most successful launches for a new top level domain name to date. .Cloud crossed the 20,000 domain name milestone after about 24 hours of general availability. As of this morning, it has about 26,000 registrations. Most of the names have sold for about $25 retail at registrars. Ten premium domains have also sold through the registrar channel as well, mostly at the ... read more ...
Thu 18th February 2016
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New gTLD Add Over 1 Million Domain Registrations in Just Last 5 Days - According to ntldstats.com, the number of new gTLD’s domain registrations grew by 1.1 million domains, in just the last 5 days. In terms of percentage of increase, the 1.1 million increase in new gTLD domain names, is close to a 9% increase in just 5 days. On February 13th, there were a total of 12,675,000 new gTLD domain names registered. Today on February 18th, ntldstats.com shows the total number of new gTLD’s domain name registrations at 13,782,837 meaning that the number of new gTLD domains ... read more ...
Mon 15th February 2016
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.Cloud hits ubiquitous accessibility on Tuesday - Affordably-priced domain name presents an opportunity for domain name investors. One of the most-anticipated new top level domain names arrives on registrars’ shelves tomorrow. Aruba IT won a hotly-contested auction for the top level domain name in 2014, beating the likes of cloud giants Amazon and Google. I interviewed Eric Sansonny, General Manager at Aruba, after his company won the auction. Although plans were tentative at the time, he said the goal was to launch the domain at mass-market ... read more ...
Mon 12th October 2015
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New Domain Extension .Cloud Announces 1st Three Pioneers: Sets Out Launch Dates - The new domain name extension .cloud, announced today over the coming weeks, more than 30 Pioneers will begin using .cloud domains starting with ScreenCloud, a London-founded SaaS company, which is “creating powerful, easy-to-use products to help businesses and retailers take control of their digital signage. Screen.Cloud has built the new. cloud into its entire company branding, recognizing the relevance of the domain over a standard .com alternative.” “Pioneers range from market leaders ... read more ...
Tue 6th October 2015
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Amazon.com foreshadows AWS re:Invent news with domain name registrations - What will Amazon reveal at AWS re:Invent this week? Here are some clues. Amazon.com registered 21 domain names yesterday that likely foreshadow product announcements at this week’s AWS re:Invent conference. The company registered 5 internet of things domain names as it prepares to launch a cloud-based service for IOT this week: amazoninternetofthings.com, amazoniotplatform.com, awsinternetofthings.com, awsiotplatform.com, awsiotservice.com. Here are some other domain name registrations that likely ... read more ...
Fri 21st November 2014
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Interview: .Cloud tip turn domain leader Aruba - Aruba, which defeated Google and Amazon to win the .cloud top level domain name, discusses why it applied for the domain name and what it plans to do with it. .Cloud was one of the most applied-for top level domain names, with big names like Amazon.com and Google throwing their hats in the ring. Which is why many were surprised to see that the winner of the private auction for the domain name was a company they might not have heard of: Aruba S.p.A. Although nowhere ... read more ...
Thu 5th December 2013