Enom

eNom, Inc. is a domain name registrar and Web hosting company that also sells other products closely tied to domain names, such as SSL certificates, e-mail services, and Website building software. As of July 2013, it manages over 14 million domains.
Posts about Enom
  • Tucows revenue rockets after Enom buy

    … Tucows saw its revenue from domain names more than double in the second quarter, following the acquisition of rival Enom. The company this week reported domain services revenue for the three months ending June 30 of $62.8 million, compared to $28.4 million a year ago. That was part of overall growth of 78%, with revenue rising from $47.2…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 15 readers -
  • How To Resell G Suite To Your Hosting Customers

    … I love learning about our Resellers and their businesses! Last week I had a conversation with a potential new Reseller and we were talking about Reselling G Suite to his customers. As I’ve posted about before, shared hosting can be quite the challenge sometimes for clients with high email demands. It only makes sense to […] The post How To Resell G Suite To Your Hosting Customers appeared first on Startup Hero. …

    Ryan Gray/ IMGRINDin How To's- 14 readers -
  • Activist investor says eNom was sold too cheap

    … of the company a year ago. At that time, he called for the company to ditch its “garbage” new gTLD registries in favor of a focus on its higher-margin eNom business. He was supported by Uniregistry CEO Frank Schilling, then also a Rightside investor in addition to a competitor. Tweet Tagged: acquisition, cannell, enom, j carlo cannell, rightside, tucows …

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 24 readers -
  • Tucows says eNom may be shrinking as Melbourne IT drives 2016 growth

    … Tucows yesterday reported an 11% increase in revenue for 2016, driven partly by an acquisition, but warned that its more recent acquisition, eNom, may be shrinking. The company reported revenue for 2016 of $189.8 million, up from $171 million in 2015. Net income was up 41% at $16 million. For the fourth quarter, revenue was up 9% year-on-year…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 28 readers -
  • Rightside sells eNom to Tucows for $83.5m

    … the undisputed volume leader in the reseller world and the second-largest registrar overall. GoDaddy, the DUM leader, had about 55 million domains just in gTLDs at the last count. Tucows CEO Elliot Noss told analysts that the deal, along with the April 2016 acquisition of Melbourne IT’s reseller business, were “individual opportunistic transactions”. He…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 33 readers -
  • RightSide cuts super-premium fees in half, drops premium renewals

    … New gTLD registry RightSide has slashed the minimum price of its so-called “Platinum” tier premium domains and dropped renewal fees for these domains down to an affordable level. The price changes come as part of two new marketing initiatives designed to start shifting more of its 14,000-strong portfolio of super-premiums through brokers…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 17 readers -
  • NameCheap stops selling .xyz domains

    …-customers. The move is peculiar indeed. NameCheap is the third highest-volume .xyz registrar, behind West.cn and Uniregistry, responsible for about 15% of .xyz’s domains under management. It’s also NameCheap’s biggest direct-selling gTLD by a considerable margin. NameCheap is well-known as primarily an eNom reseller — it accounts for 28% of eNom’s…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 31 readers -
  • GoDaddy spearheads Domain Connect spec

    … signing up for a participating site-building service, Shopify for example, customers currently have to either figure out how to manually reconfigure their DNS or get GoDaddy’s customer support to talk them through it. GoDaddy currently receives tens of thousands of customer support calls every year related to these scenarios, Beadnall said…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 21 readers -
  • Web.com acquires dozens of registrars from Rightside

    … Web.com has acquired dozens of registrars from rival/partner Rightside, seemingly to boost the success rate of its SnapNames domain drop-catching business. I’ve established that at least 44 registrars once managed by Rightside/eNom have moved to the Web.com stable in recent weeks, and that might not even be the half of it. All…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 13 readers -
  • Rightside to modernize eNom, predicts $75m new gTLD revs

    …% at $55.1 million, with a net loss of $5.1 million. That compared to income of $1.9 million a year ago. Naido also seemed to obliquely address the criticism that a lot of Rightside’s new gTLDs are shit — .democrat, .dance, .army, .navy, and .airforce have been singled out by Cannell and others — by talking about how the company doesn’t necessarily…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 14 readers -