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  1. James Iles

    information We.com Resolves to a New Chinese Website

    I've reported a couple of times on the domain name We.com, which sold via Sedo earlier this year. Through sources in China, I revealed an approximate sales price of around $8 million with Tencent cited as being the possible new owners. We.com has now started to resolve to a Chinese web page...
  2. James Iles

    information We.com Resolves to a New Chinese Website

    I've reported a couple of times on the domain name We.com, which sold via Sedo earlier this year. Through sources in China, I revealed an approximate sales price of around $8 million with Tencent cited as being the possible new owners. We.com has now started to resolve to a Chinese web page...
  3. James Iles

    alert Monday Updates: Domain Conference Voting, Ring.com and More

    Happy Monday! I've got a few of updates for you: 1. Due to a flood of nominations, a "run off round" of votes is needed to narrow down the field for THE Domain Conference Awards. Please take a minute to read the list, along with how to submit your votes. I'm pleased to see NamePros, Eric Lyon...
  4. James Iles

    alert Monday Updates: Domain Conference Voting, Ring.com and More

    Happy Monday! I've got a few of updates for you: 1. Due to a flood of nominations, a "run off round" of votes is needed to narrow down the field for THE Domain Conference Awards. Please take a minute to read the list, along with how to submit your votes. I'm pleased to see NamePros, Eric Lyon...
  5. James Iles

    development Domain Development: How to Create a WordPress Site

    In the first of another new series of blog posts, I'm going to be featuring some information on how to develop your domain names. The development of domains has become increasingly popular since the decline in parking revenue, and you can now produce a number of sites for a fairly small outlay...
  6. James Iles

    development Domain Development: How to Create a WordPress Site

    In the first of another new series of blog posts, I'm going to be featuring some information on how to develop your domain names. The development of domains has become increasingly popular since the decline in parking revenue, and you can now produce a number of sites for a fairly small outlay...
  7. James Iles

    sales WE.com Sales Price was $8 Million. Buyer Revealed.

    I've been told by a reliable source who wishes to stay anonymous that the domain name WE.com sold for $8 million. The sale was confirmed earlier in the year but price and details of the transaction were never disclosed. In an earlier article, I was able to confirm that the brokerage fee was...
  8. James Iles

    sales WE.com Sales Price was $8 Million. Buyer Revealed.

    I've been told by a reliable source who wishes to stay anonymous that the domain name WE.com sold for $8 million. The sale was confirmed earlier in the year but price and details of the transaction were never disclosed. In an earlier article, I was able to confirm that the brokerage fee was...
  9. James Iles

    news We.com Sales Price Between $8m-$10m

    I have more information regarding the recent sale of We.com that you may all find interesting. As I reported last week, We.com recently changed hands, and at the time I speculated that the buyer was probably Chinese. I can now confirm that the buyer is Chinese, and Sedo did broker the deal using...
  10. James Iles

    news We.com Sales Price Between $8m-$10m

    I have more information regarding the recent sale of We.com that you may all find interesting. As I reported last week, We.com recently changed hands, and at the time I speculated that the buyer was probably Chinese. I can now confirm that the buyer is Chinese, and Sedo did broker the deal using...
  11. James Iles

    alert We.com Domain Sale Update

    As you may know, last week the news broke that We.com had been sold (first broken by George Kirikos on Twitter). Very few details of the sale are known, but today the WhoIs information was updated to show that We.com had been moved to an eName.com account. Unfortunately the domain name is under...
  12. James Iles

    alert We.com Domain Sale Update

    As you may know, last week the news broke that We.com had been sold (first broken by George Kirikos on Twitter). Very few details of the sale are known, but today the WhoIs information was updated to show that We.com had been moved to an eName.com account. Unfortunately the domain name is under...
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