10 Newsletters for Domain Investors
There are a number of great newsletters to which I think every domain investor should subscribe, and I listed 10 of the most important ones below. Not all of the newsletters contain sales listings, but all of them contain important domain-related information. Whether you are new to the domain investment industry or a seasoned veteran, the newsletters below are the best of the best.
10 Favorite Domain Investment Newsletters (in no particular order)
DNJournal Newsletter – Domain industry updates, including notifications about the weekly domain sales report and special reports on DN Journal.
Domain Name Wire Newsletter – Domain industry news updates and special reports on Domain Name Wire.
Rick Latona Daily Domains – Domain sales newsletter sent by Rick Latona, containing exclusive domain listings, special offers, and updates from Rick Latona and company.
Luxury Names – Domain sales newsletter sent by Luxury Names, containing exclusive domain listings.
DomainsNewsletter.com – Domain sales newsletter sent by Big Ticket Domains, containing exclusive domain listings and special development offers.
WIPO Domain Name Decisions – Recent UDRP decisions made by the World Intellectual Property Organizations, with links to each decision.
National Arbitration Forum Monthly Newsletter - Monthly email with NAF updates and recent decision summaries. You must email them to subscribe.
Internet Commerce Association – Stay informed about what the ICA is doing to protect the rights of domain investors, and learn about potential issues that the domain industry could face
SnapNames Most Active Auctions – Expiring and private domain auctions with the most bids on Snapnames
Domaining.com Daily Email – Links to the ten most popular articles written by domain bloggers and news providers.
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