Domainer was inundated with complaints that ic.com.au looked to be deliberately hidden and buried at the very bottom of Drop.com.au‘s daily drop list.Read more
Help.com.au dropped today and was purchased by The Investment Engine Pty Ltd. According to ASIC Records, David Warmuz (Owner of Trellian and Drop.com.au) is a previous shareholder of The Investment Engine (33%) (as of last year).Read more
What could you do with the premium domain name Help.com.au(?) It’s dropping tomorrow, and anyone in Australia who has an ABN can bid for it on the Drop.com.au platform.Read more
On Saturday just past, anyone observing the expired auctions at Drop.com.au would have been gobsmacked to see some absolutely premium one-word domain names on their list.
One thing is for certain though. As the sole drop-catcher, Drop had a good payday – and there are some very happy domain investors. Santa came early!Read more
Going through some old research, I happened to re-read this excellent interview that the well-respected Giuseppe Graziano from GGRG.com did with industry legend Nat Cohen earlier this year.
This is just one of Nat’s observations: “Speculation and investment occur in every asset class and domain name investors should not be singled out for criticism. There are many domain registrants besides domain investors who want to take advantage of the domain aftermarket and who engage in the profitable resale of domain names, from a huge corporation who no longer needs domain names obtained through the acquisition of other companies, to a small business owner who is retiring and wants to cash out of a valuable domain name.Read more
WebCentral claim that dropcatching “will be redundant in the near future once (auDA), the domain governing body makes much needed changes to the industry.”Read more
Last week, insurance giant iSelect dropped the extremely valuable premium domain name LifeInsurance.com.au(.) Tomorrow, seemingly unbeknownst to their marketing team, HouseInsurance.com.au drops.Read more
The premium domain name LifeInsurance.com.au was just purchased on Drop.com.au for $100,000.Read more
Luke sold Fleet.com.au for $12,000 and Link.com.au for $66,000. Watch the show to see exactly how he did it.Read more
The premium generic domain name Link.com.au is dropping due to, what looks like, someone making an anonymous complaint against it and TPP Wholesale or auDA accepting that complaint.Read more
This domain was taken out of Policy Delete mode AGAIN at THE LAST MINUTE by auDA for the second time in a month.Read more