Domainer Show – Episode 15

After a few month’s hiatus, Domainer Show is back with Rob and Ed for Episode 15.

If you don’t have a spare 40 minutes to watch the whole thing, here’s how you can jump around to the juicy bits:

[1:15] – Recent two-letter and three-letter domain name sales.

[3:15] – Domain Investors / Entrepreneurs are investing ten’s of thousands
of dollars themselves in Australian domain names.

[5:30] sells for $30 Million US

[9:30] auDRP WIPO Complaint DENIED to Callaway Golf
who have an annual revenue of $1.3 Billion.

[14:50]Direct .AU Registration Implementation Update – a candid
conversation with Rob and Ed.

[18:30] – auDA should be commended for modernising the Australian
domain space.

[21:00] – How do I get a Direct .AU Domain Name?
rules/policy candid chat.

[23:00]auDA are charging an Application Fee to reserve your Direct .AU

[26:00] – Clint Eastwood visits Domainer

[26:20] – Comparing .UK to .AU

[32:15]auDA Chair Chris Leptos suddenly resigns.

[33:45] domain name drop manipulation update.
auDA are currently performing a second Internal Review.

[34:45]auDA’s Complaint Manager delivers 20 Complaints to a Domain
Investor over an internal review, including for owning

[36:30] – What is the purpose and ultimate mission of ?

Robert runs and Ed runs

3 thoughts on “Domainer Show – Episode 15

  • June 26, 2019 at 1:28 pm

    Just a heads up @17:42 you mentioned age limit restrictions, according to .au Namespace Implementation rules (11) a Natural Person who is 18 years or older.

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  • June 26, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    I thought the point of the .AU was to open things up so anyone of any age could register an aussie name?

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