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  1. Misleading landers and scams run rampant in zero-click programs. The concept of zero-click domain name parking makes a lot of sense. Rather than sending a domain visitor to a pay-per-click page where they must make two clicks to generate revenue, zero-click forwards unused domain names to other destinations and collects a fee from the advertiser. […]

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  2. Forgetting to pay about thirty bucks leads to critical services going down. For about 24 hours in September, two IBM services associated with IBM Bluemix went down. The cause? Expired domain names. According to an incident report spotted by The Register, global-datacenter.com and global-datacenter.net expired, bringing down Reverse DNS and Global Load Balancing with them. […]

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  3. [Editor’s note: I have been critical of both the number of .art domain names with premium prices and the number of tiers. In this article, Kurt Pritz, Member of the Strategic Planning Board and Operations team member for .art, provides an update on how the strategy is working. There are currently about 15,000 .art domain […]

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