Knock Knock Whois There

  • .blog gets 600 applications halfway through sunrise

    …, was GMO Registry’s .shop, which finished with 1,182 applications. .blog’s sunrise ends October 17. It seems to be expecting to benefit from a late flood of applications, as is sometimes the case with sunrise periods. General availability begins November 21. Tweet Tagged: automattic, knock knock whois there, new gTLDs, sunrise, wordpress …

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  • “Dave” becomes first .blog blogger

    …, linked closely to its Blogger service, writing in 2012: I played a role in establishing blogs. How does Google get the right to capture all the goodwill generated in the word blog? Yesterday he expressed relief that the .blog auction was actually won by KKWT, a subsidiary of WordPress owner Automattic, writing: I’m glad to say that my friend Matt…

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  • .blog launch date and pricing revealed

    … previous statements that its pricing and launch structure will be in line with current industry norms. The registry is owned by Automattic, the company behind the WordPress blogging software and service. It emerged as the surprise secret backer of original applicant Primer Nivel earlier this year, following a $19 million auction win. Tweet Tagged: .blog, automattic, kkwt, knock knock whois there, primer nivel, wordpress …

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  • Nominet to run .blog’s back-end

    … will not need a account to buy a .blog domain name. It’s the second big back-end deal for Nominet in recent weeks. The company recently revealed it will be taking over technical services for all 28 of Minds + Machines new gTLDs. Automattic/KKWT is predicting 250,000 .blog registrations in 2016, and general availability is not expected until the fourth quarter. Tweet Tagged: .blog, kkwt, knock knock whois there, new gTLDs, nominet, primer nivel, qinetics …

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  • WordPress reveals IT bought .blog for $19 million

    … owner Automattic has outed itself as the bankroll behind the winner of the .blog auction and the new owner of the forthcoming new gTLD. Founder Matt Mullenweg also revealed that the company paid around $19 million for the domain at private auction in February 2015, about $1 million more than the amount DI estimated at the time…

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