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NameJet.com is partnering with Top Level Design, LLC, to bring the new gTLD .wiki to the domain name marketplace. NameJet will oversee the Sunrise and Landrush auctions and help with future premium auctions.
Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) February 19, 2014
Top Level Design, LLC, the applicant for the new top level domain .wiki, has selected NameJet, the leading domain name auction platform, to operate the sunrise and landrush auctions and help with future premium auctions.
NameJet provides .wiki the complete auction solution needed to manage the .wiki launch. NameJet’s proven platform, by which millions of names are made available and sold, is poised to help bring new .wiki domain names to market with Sunrise expected to begin in March, 2014. Additional details will be made available on NameJet’s New TLDs page as they become available. “The introduction of the .wiki top level domain is a historic event in the evolution of the Internet and we’re excited to be a part of launching such a dynamic TLD,” said Matt Overman, General Manager of NameJet.
The .wiki TLD will make wikis more valuable through greater visibility and ease of use. Most Internet users are familiar with the concept of wikis, thanks to Wikipedia.org’s status as one of the most highly trafficked websites in the world. “There is something unique and magical about wiki’s revolutionary publishing style that will continue to bring like-minded people together to create amazing and ever growing resources,” said Raymond King, CEO, Top Level Design LLC.
The .wiki TLD is targeting four major demographic markets: enterprise wikis, enthusiast wikis, developer wikis and individual wikis.
Enterprise wikis are best suited to organizations and corporations. The most innovative and organized companies already bring their staff together via wiki.
Enthusiast wikis provide a platform to organize information based on shared common interests. The .wiki TLD will empower a revolution for fandom, hobbyists, and academics. Wikipedia is the largest example of an enthusiast wiki, but Top Level Design hopes to foster a boom in specialty wikis.
Developer wikis are the natural place to host development and open source projects. It is visible and accessible, and it creates an intuitive space for any groups that develop through collaboration. Most developers are already connected and working with their colleagues via wiki, and so the new namespace will become a natural home base for them.
An individual wiki focuses closely on a person or family, with a .wiki domain name dedicated to an individual, one can participate in the creation process and invite others to do the same. The result will likely be quite different but complementary to a well-written Wikipedia biography.
NameJet is a joint venture between Demand Media, Inc. [DMD] and Web.com Group, Inc. [WWWW] who each own two of four leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom, Name.com, Network Solutions and Register.com). Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly.
About Top Level Design, LLC:
The .wiki TLD is exclusively managed by Top Level Design, LLC, which was founded with the express intent to run new domain registries. Raymond King is a wiki enthusiast, and he has founded or been involved in a number of prominent wiki projects and companies, including AboutUs Inc., the largest website directory; WikiIndex, the wiki on wikis; and ICANNWiki, the wiki dedicated to the ICANN space.
Justin Bieber has become the next contestant in a high-stakes game of Let’s Make a Deal … and door #1 is JAIL. Door #2 is way better, but he has to be sober.Law enforcement sources tell us … the Florida State Attorney has offered Justin a…
Barbara Walters just got a letter … not from her buddy Obama, not from Hillary Clinton … from a company that wants her to be the front person for a line of super-slow running black dildos.Barbara’s comment this week on “The View” — that she…
Namecheap is hosting its sixth annual holiday Twitter trivia contest with prizes that include company swag, domain name credits, and iPads.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
Namecheap is hosting its sixth annual holiday Twitter trivia contest with prizes that include company swag, domain name credits, and iPads.
Namecheap.com, one of the top domain name registrars in the world, is running its sixth annual Twitter trivia. A holiday tradition since 2008, the company uses Twitter to ask questions related to the holiday and those who answer correctly are entered in the chance to win domain name credits. Grand prize winners are also selected to win Namecheap merchandise or iPad products.
“For 6 years now, Namecheap customers have bonded together like the community we are through a fun and engaging trivia contest,” Richard Kirkendall, CEO of Namecheap said. “We’re happy that we can continue to be the innovator in fun and exciting Twitter contests and also to create a sense of camaraderie among our customers before the holidays.”
The contest officially starts at midnight (morning) Eastern Standard time on December 18th. Questions will be asked once each hour about the various holidays of this particular season. Winners may be entered to win an $ 10.87 credit, and those on Namecheap’s winners leaderboard will have a chance for the larger priced items. The contest will end on Christmas Eve at midnight.
Namecheap is a Los Angeles-based ICANN-accredited domain registrar founded in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall. With over 1,000,000 clients and millions of domain under management, Namecheap is one of the top domain registrars and web hosting providers in the world. Find out more by visiting us at http://www.namecheap.com.
NameJet.com and Afternic, a GoDaddy company, are partnering to bring the new gTLD .LUXURY to the domain name marketplace. NameJet will oversee the Sunrise and Landrush phases of launch, while Afternic will assist with Premium Name selection and sales.
Kirkland WA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Luxury Partners, LLC, awarded the .LUXURY generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) by ICANN, has selected NameJet and Afternic to manage the Sunrise, Landrush and Premium Name selection and sales phases of the .LUXURY release.
The .LUXURY gTLD provides a brandable platform to meet the unique needs of the luxury market. Businesses in the luxury industry will have the opportunity to strengthen their brands, better reach their target audiences, while offering consumers an easier way to find luxury products and services under the .LUXURY gTLD. According to Euromonitor International, sales of luxury goods are expected to exceed $ 317.0 billion worldwide in 2013, which represents a 3% increase over 2012 and demonstrates an attractive growth segment online worthy of a registrar’s marketing attention.
Afternic has been selected to provide definition and valuation services for .LUXURY premium domains, and to provide marketing and sales support. .LUXURY premium domains will be sold exclusively through the Afternic marketplace. NameJet will be the exclusive auction platform for the .LUXURY Sunrise, Landrush and Premium Domain auctions. Together, Afternic and NameJet’s services will provide the end-to-end technical and marketing solutions required to successfully launch the .LUXURY gTLD.
Monica Kirchner, CEO of Luxury Partners, LLC said, “We are extremely excited to be launching our new platform with NameJet and Afternic. We are confident this partnership will enhance the value and visibility of the .LUXURY namespace. The .LUXURY brand has a unique opportunity to become the online destination for the luxury industry, providing a place for consumers and existing brands to learn, engage and transact. .LUXURY further creates opportunities for new entrepreneurs to establish their company in the luxury space.”
“We are excited to once again partner with NameJet and be able to bring .LUXURY to the public. With the additional reach of GoDaddy, Afternic will continue to lead the way in bringing valuable new gTLDs to the public”, said Bob Mountain, Chief Revenue Officer of Afternic.
“The .LUXURY brand has tremendous potential for small businesses and larger brands alike,” said Matt Overman, General Manager of NameJet, “The natural value of the TLD combined with our experience in the aftermarket creates a win-win for reaching the users.”
.LUXURY is targeting a launch during the first quarter of 2014.
About NameJet: NameJet is a joint venture between Demand Media, Inc. [DMD] and Web.com Group, Inc. [WWWW] who each own two of four leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom, Name.com, Network Solutions and Register.com). Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly.
About Afternic: Afternic is the world’s premier domain marketplace, listing more than 5 million premium domain names available for sale and receiving more than 75 million domain searches each month—more than any other domain marketplace. Founded in 1999, Afternic launched the first website where domain owners could list their domain for sale, and prospective domain buyers could review available inventory—connecting buyers and sellers of domain names for the first time and creating the industry’s first domain marketplace. Since the company’s founding, Afternic has been continuously expanding and innovating, introducing new technologies like Fast Transfer that allow a domain buyer to have immediate control of a purchased domain, and building a distribution network that now includes more than 100 partners that market Afternic’s domain listings the world over. To learn more about the company visit Afternic.com.
About Luxury Partners, LLC: Luxury Partners, LLC owns and manages .LUXURY, the new online platform for the luxury industry. .LUXURY offers brands, product manufacturers, retailers, service providers and consumers a central online place to celebrate all things luxury. For more information visit dotluxury.com.
Justin Bieber’s recent sighting outside a Brazilian brothel sent a bad message to his fans. But a brothel owner in Carson City, Nev., wants to help to the baby-faced singer maintain his clean reputation.
Dennis Hof, owner of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch is offering to Bieber a chance to become an “apprentice pimp” and his business partner.
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE House Homeland Security Committee says that the White House is not taking the Benghazi attack seriously after no suspects in the killings are listed as part of the State Department’s ‘Rewards for Justice’ program.
For the first time in 17 years Apples.com and Onions.com are being offered at auction by NameJet.com. These two premium .COM domains have been held by the original registrant since November of 1995 and are now being made available to the public.
Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
NameJet.com, the leading aftermarket domain auction company, is pleased to announce the release of the premium .COM domains: Apples.com and Onions.com. Both domains are currently owned by the original registrant. Single word, generic category domains in the .COM TLD (Top Level Domain) rarely become available, and each offers a unique opportunity to own a highly brandable and search engine friendly domain.
There are more than 7500 known types of apples and approximately 69 million tons of apples were grown worldwide in 2010.1 Estibot.com reports that the exact match search volume for “apples” is 91,020 searches per month with a broad match of over 7 million.2 The deadline to back order Apples.com is August 2, 2013 at 8:00 PM PST and the auction is scheduled to close on August 6, 2013 around 1:00 PM PST.
Onions.com is being offered with NO reserve, exclusively at NameJet. The size of the industry is enormous with over 9mm acres grown annually in over 170 different countries.1 The estimated search volume for “onions” is 22,263 exact matches and over 3,300,000 broad match queries.2 Onions.com must be back ordered no later than August 4, 2013 at 8:00 PM PST with the auction scheduled to end on August 8, 2013 around 1:00 PM PST.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be offering these premium generic single word domains. Both are great examples of the type of quality domains that NameJet is committed to bringing to the domain name aftermarket,” said Matt Overman, General Manager of NameJet. “Distributors, wholesalers and anyone interested in creating a memorable brand should be especially interested in these premium domains.”
NameJet is a joint venture between Demand Media, Inc. and Web.com Group, Inc. who together own four leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom, Name.com, Network Solutions and Register.com). Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly.
The Conservative Party of Canada originally planned to repay Senator Mike Duffy’s improperly claimed expenses with party funds, according to published media reports that quoted documents filed in court.
The party was considering paying Duffy’s expenses when it was thought they totalled about $ 32,000, but when the amount turned out to be more than $ 90,000, the party changed its mind, the Globe & Mail, CTV and Star reported Thursday.
ALMATY, Kazakhstan (AP) — World powers fearful of scuttling negotiations are offering Iran new, though meager, sanctions relief if Tehran curbs its nuclear program. But they warned Monday that it's unlikely that any compromise will be reached soon.