Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Who Are the Major New gTLD Applicants? Part 2 : Uniregistry

"Simple you said"? This is the approach FFM and Uniregistry have in common. A potential Registrant must go to his Registrar, follow a Sunrise Period process if he needs it, and with a few clicks, buy it at the right price. Then, the job is done! The new and mandatory Trademark Clearinghouse registration process is a good (and very expensive) idea but it adds many steps to registering a domain name: if the number of Sunrise registrations is so low...there is a reason for this. One recent news: Uniregistry will be launching its own Registrar soon. Surprisingly, Uniregistrar.com is registered to… Uniregistry.

Read the article on CircleId.

.THANKYOU :-)

Some people don't answer emails I send them, and actually, it is how business works. I don't send so many by the way but I receive a lot of very positive feed-back about the news I publish on new gTLDs.

Some nice "new gTLD guy" wrote that to me yesterday:

"I think it’s really cool how passionate you are about the space and how you’ve built this career for yourself as a journalist. You’re doing it exactly the way I started when I couldn’t find the best spot to fit in with another company, I decided to make my own job and it was the best decision I ever made."

I am no journalist, journalists follow strict rules, I don't.
I don't write so much but maybe that is why so many people read me.

I pretty much appreciate these comments.

Thank you.

Register your Trademark using an agent.