Domain name status codes, called Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) domain status codes, tell you the status of a domain name registration. A domain’s status codes can tell you whether the domain registration is about the expire, whether there are any restrictions on the name, whether the domain can be transferred to a different registrar, and more.
In the past decade, you might have seen news of multimillion-dollar domain sales and wondered if domain investing is a good idea. After all, it sounds pretty easy, right? Simply buy domains on the cheap and wait for customers to come to you and offer thousands or even millions of dollars. You could be a millionaire overnight.
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This week, DN Journal discussed the new partnership of two leaders in the domain industry, Saw.com and Efty.com. Ron Jackson, editor of DN Journal, shared the exciting news of the partnership. As well as the many positive additions this team brings to the domain industry. Jackson called this team a “key partnership” that brings the domain brokerage services of Saw.com to Efty users.
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