What you are about to read, in my opinion, is red-handed proof that an Australian domain name drop catching platform has potentially manipulated catching of the premium dropping domain name, Company.com.au(.)Read more
Why the sudden rush to railroad the latest PRP Consultation Paper into the boardroom to be quickly voted on, auDA?Read more
Why so quiet, Domainer?
Not quiet. BUSY!
Plus, we’re all waiting to hear some updates/news from auDA about “certain topics”.
So, in the meantime, let’s have a general February 2019 update…Read more
You may remember we initially noticed and contacted the owner of Australia.net.au to let him know he’d lost his domain name. He was “gutted” and rightfully so.Read more
With so much turmoil surrounding our Australian domain name space over the past few years, many of us were enjoying the new-concept of possible stability.
For as many positive steps forward we’ve seen in this industry as of late, we’ve also seen some very-outdated backward steps. And most of those, in my opinion, have been initiated by The PRP.
Alarm bells started ringing again when the generic domain name Banking.com.au was lost on the weekend, opening up a brand new muddy can of worms.Read more
On Saturday just gone, the domain name Banking.com.au was accidentally dropped by CSC Global for ING Bank.
According to Wikipedia, ING Bank is a $53 Billion company with over 1000 employees.
Banking.com.au was an AWESOME domain name for this company. I am sure they are (will be) quite upset when they notice they will never be able to leverage it’s marketing power, ever again, from this moment forward.Read more
On Episode 9 of the Domainer Show, Rob and Ed discuss the following: How do you get your .com(,)Read more
auDA have just released their historical new membership model for member consideration. Dear auDA Members, As mentioned in Thursday’s emailRead more
This morning I received two emails from a well-known domainer, implying that I am receiving money from auDA to influenceRead more
Nearly two weeks ago, auDA Demand-Class Independent Director Tim Connell resigned from the auDA Board. It appears auDA have stillRead more
Watch Episode 4 by clicking play above. Listen to Episode 4 in your car or headphones by clicking playRead more