My thoughts on employee turnover at Uniregistry

Here are some probable reasons you’re seeing visible turnover at Uniregistry. On Friday, Konstantinos Zournas at OnlineDomain wrote about something people have been mumbling about on message boards for a couple months now: turnover at Frank Schilling’s company Uniregistry. Konstantinos is correct. There has been quite a bit of visible turnover at the company. A […]

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Top 5 Domain Name Stories from March

New TLD price changes dominated the discussion. The first quarter of 2017 is now in the books, and the initial tax deadline in the U.S. is quickly approaching (yikes!). But before we think about taxes, here’s a look back at what happened in the domain name business in March. 1. Uniregistry price change – The […]

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Frank Schilling explains price hike – DNW Podcast #127

Schilling explains why he decided to increase prices on some of Uniregistry’s TLDs. Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry created an uproar last week when news leaked that the company was preparing to drastically increase the cost of some of its domains as much as 30x. What does this mean about the health of new TLDs? What does […]

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How much it costs to run a domain name registry

Not much, but some TLDs don’t have many registrations, either. Frank Schilling’s Uniregistry registry is drastically increasing prices on some of its top level domain names. Schilling told DomainIncite: If you have a space with only 5,000 registrations, you need to have a higher price point to justify its existence, just because running a TLD […]

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Frank Schilling wins Gabs.com cybersquatting dispute

One panelist also finds reverse domain name hijacking. Frank Schilling and lawyer John Berryhill have successfully defended the domain name Gabs.com in a UDRP. Gabs S.r.l., an Italian accessories maker, filed a UDRP with Czech Arbitration Court alleging that Gabs.com was a case of cybersquatting. Schilling registered the domain name in 2001. Gabs S.r.l. registered […]

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