In this week's edition of Top Topics, we highlight a discussion dedicated to domain industry Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. We also take a look at the details of a four-figure .TV domain sale that was announced this week and we find out which domain name registrar has been voted as the best registrar in the business. Domain Industry Black Friday Deals The annual Black Friday sales are back! In this discussion, investors share the latest Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals within the domain industry. If you are looking for cheap domain registrations, deals on web hosting or other domain related products, then you need to browse this discussion. Topic by: @aditya agrawal I Just Sold Rain.TV Every so often, domain investors take to the forums to share their sales. This week, @hullswingerscom revealed that they sold a four-letter .TV domain name. According to the discussion, the domain is Rain.tv and it was sold for a total of $6,500 after the owner received an initial $2,000 offer. As of writing, the domain name forwards to a standard WordPress website. Topic by: @hullswingerscom Poll: Who Is the Best Registrar? Domain investor and popular blogger Raymond Hackney created a poll this week to ask the community to decide which domain registrar is the best in the business. Voters are allowed to choose their favourite from one of twenty different domain registrars. As of writing, NameSilo has the most votes. However, this is subject to change since the poll itself doesn't close until December 20th. Topic by: @equity78 In Domaining, I Am Thankful For... This week, the USA celebrated Thanksgiving. Many domain blogs have published articles thanking various companies and personnel of the industry, but in this discussion, regular investors have the opportunity to say their own thanks to companies and individuals within the domain industry. Topic by: @Internet.Domains I Was Offered $20,000. Should I Counter? A company that uses a very similar domain to a name in this investor's portfolio has sent this domainer a $20,000 offer to buy the name. Should the investor submit a counter-offer or accept this price? Other domainers have been giving their opinions here, with some recommending that the owner counters with a higher offer, whilst others recommend accepting the initial offer. What would you do? Topic by: @maurixius Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending!