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Share These Domain Names With Your Contacts

I am seeking buyers for these domain names. Please share this post on Twitter or Facebook on my behalf.

Claimable.net

Great domain name for businesses related to claim management, lawsuit claims and tax consultancy. Buy the domain name instantly on GoDaddy.com by searching for ‘claimable.net’ on GoDaddy’s home page.

SadFilms.com

Generic domain that can be used to drive traffic to digital cinema mastering businesses or movie review websites. Make me any offer that you deem reasonable via Sedo.

Badb.net

Generic name of an Irish goddess, also an acronym for many businesses. This is a short domain name that is easy for visitors to remember. Buy the domain name instantly on GoDaddy.com by searching for ‘badb.net’ on GoDaddy’s home page.

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PetAlarms.com

Keyword domain name that relates to pet-friendly alarms and GPS pet collars. This domain will be on auction for cheap on Ebay on 12th June 2011, 9pm PDT. The listing will be live only when the auction begins this Sunday.

Logen L.

Another 0.99 Domain Name

GoDaddy is once again giving out $0.99 coupons for a .com domain name registration. This coupon ends on 31st July 2010 or after 1000 redemptions, whichever occurs first.

BEATHEAT99

Do take advantage of the promo and register a domain name for your business. Go to the Logish Empire home page and type in your desired domain name. During the checkout process, copy-and-paste the above code (BEATHEAT99) and apply the coupon.

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Logen

Get A Domain Name For 99 Cents!

Because of the World Cup, GoDaddy.com is having a $0.99 promotion for .com, .net and .org. The coupon code below can only be used once for each GoDaddy account and you have to pay by credit card for verification purposes.

Soccer99

During the checkout process, copy and paste this coupon code before paying for your domain name.

Go to GoDaddy to take advantage of the World Cup domain name promo now!

Logen L.

The Domain Name History Trivia

The First Domain Name To Be Registered

Symbolics.com was the first dot com domain name to be registered back in 1985, on the 15th of March. It has since been transferred to different owners.

Here are the first 15 domain names to be registered:

  1. Symbolics.com
  2. BBN.com
  3. Think.com
  4. MCC.com
  5. DEC.com
  6. Northrop.com
  7. Xerox.com
  8. SRI.com
  9. HP.com
  10. Bellcore.com
  11. IBM.com
  12. Sun.com
  13. Intel.com
  14. TI.com
  15. ATT.com

Top Sales Prices of Domain Names

As of today, the highest price at which a domain name was sold is at US$9,999,950. And this domain name is Fund.com.

The following domain names are the top 15 domain names sales:

  1. Fund.com
  2. Porn.com
  3. Business.com
  4. Diamond.com
  5. Beer.com
  6. Casino.com
  7. Toys.com
  8. AsSeenOnTV.com
  9. Korea.com
  10. Clothes.com
  11. YP.com
  12. Shop.com
  13. AltaVista.com
  14. Wine.com
  15. Software.com

Logen L.

Source:

https://www.iwhois.com/oldest/

https://www.iwhois.com/sales/

FoamMats.info For Auction

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Is .Co The New .Com?

Columbia has decided to open up its top level domain, .co, to people outside its country. It is expected that the .co would be nearly as popular as .com domain names as it is a common abbreviation for the word, ‘company’.

The registration for the general public will be available as of 20 July 2010. You should consider applying for a .co domain name before 10 June 2010 if you own the trademark of your domain name. This would prevent unethical domainers from cybersquatting on what should have been your domain name.

Registrars like GoDaddy have already opened themselves for.co application. More details can be found on the .co registrar’s website.

Logen L.

JapaneseAnime.me Domain Name On 1 Day Auction

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JapaneseAnime.me is on Ebay auction that lasts only 1 day. Auction begins at $17.50. There is a ‘buy it now’ option at $22.50.

What Are Domain Names?

A domain name is basically a web address to a website. So, LogishEmpire.com is a web address to this site. For more information on domain names and how to use them, visit the home page of this website.

People get domain names for many reasons, but the most important one is that it gives you a unique web identity. JapaneseAnime.me is a unique domain name that is easy to remember and relates to japanese anime.

Get JapaneseAnime.me before it is too late!

Forward Your Domain Name!

In this guide, we learn to forward your domain name to any website address you want. Domain name forwarding means that you point your domain name to a website; not to forward your domain name on an email!

Why Should I Forward My Domain Name?

This is especially useful if you want to use your domain name for:

1. Facebook profile, Myspace band page or DeviantArt Gallery

Great for marketing yourself, your art work or band to your potential employer (or fans).

2.  An old website you have online

We all know that some website providers just don’t allow you to use DNS or CNAME to point your domain there.

3. Moving your website to a new domain name

Excellent to transition you existing visitors on the old domain name to the new one. For example, to move from OldDomain.com to NewDomain.com, I will forward OldDomain.com to NewDomain.com.

Great! I’m Ready To Forward My Domain Name To…

Before we begin, please note the web address of the website you want to forward your domain name to. Then follow the instructions, step-by-step.

1. Go to GoDaddy.com and login at the top of the page.

2. Click on ‘Domain Manager’ on the sidebar (in the red circle).

3. Click on the letter ‘D’ (circled in red) to the right of your domain name to launch the dashboard.

4. Click on “forwarding’ to initiate the domain name forwarding feature.

5. Type in the URL (e.g. facebook.com/logish) of the website you want to forward your domain name to. Then click ‘OK’.

That is all. Your domain name (e.g. yourdomain.com) will not point to the website you desire. Remember to share the domain name with your family and friends!

Logen L

Use Your Domain Name For Your Bloggger Blog

Many of us should be familiar with Blogger’s blogging platform. In fact, some of you may already run personal or interest weblogs on Blogger (aka Blogpot).

Do you know that Blogger.com allows you to use your domain name as your blog’s web address? You are no longer stuck with having yourname.blogspot.com as your web address!

Here’s how.

Firstly, you must already have a blog on Blogger. If not, just create a blog now.

Thereafter, follow the step-by-step instructions to point your domain name to your Blogspot blog (with your GoDaddy.com account).

To make the guide more intuitive, I’ve added two screenshots of the GoDaddy account below.

After completing step 2, you will see the domain manager in your GoDaddy account as shown below.

The Total DNS Control here will show up after you complete step 4.

When you do complete the instructions, please note that it takes up to 72 hours for the DNS settings to propagate. It usually takes much lesser time. This is the same for every domain name.

Your Blogger account blog will now have a cool domain name!

Logen L.

Tabnapping, The Son of Phishing Attacks

Traditional Phishing Attacks

Conventional phishing attacks are usually done by email.

Upon receiving an email claiming to be from Facebook (for example), you click the link inside. Unbeknown to you, the link shown on the url bar is not facebook.com. And you enter you login information. You account will then be compromised by the fake site.

Most people will no longer fall for this phishing attack since a lot of awareness has been created about this.

Latest Phishing Attacks

However, the latest in internet security news has it that there is a new form of phishing termed as ‘tabnapping’.

Let’s use Paypal for the below example.

What happens with tabnapping is that you visit a seemingly innocent website. When you move on to visit another site on a new tab, that website will change into a fake Paypal site. Most of us who surf the web with multiple tabs will not realise this and when we switch the tabs back, we would believe that we have forgotten to login to Paypal and login. This is how your account information will be compromised and in this case your Paypal funds will be gone.

You can see an example of tabnapping on the site belonging to Aza Raskin (the creative lead of Mozilla Firefox). See what happens a few seconds. On that very same site, Raskin has  explained how tabnapping works and provided some tips to prevent yourself from being a victim.

I’ve especially highlighted tabnapping here at Logish Empire so that you will safeguard all your information sensitive accounts. This includes your domain name registrar accounts.

Logen L.