Friday , February 3 2023

Domain Names Owned by Jelly Belly Candy Company – Robbie’s Blog online since 2011

Jelly Belly Candy Company, formerly known as Herman Goelitz Candy Company and Goelitz Confectionery Company, is an American company that manufactures Jelly Belly jelly beans and other candy. The company is based in Fairfield, California, with a second manufacturing facility in North Chicago, Illinois. The company’s signature product, the Jelly Belly jelly bean, comes in more than 50 …

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Latest results of the .EU website categorisation

For several years now, EURid (the .EU registry) has been running two yearly categorisation exercises regarding the use of .eu. Throughout April, they deployed the first exercise of 2021 to understand possible new patterns within how people and businesses are using the .eu top-level domain. From a random sample of …

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Review FOA List Before Approval

When a domain name is listed for sale at Afternic and it is not registered at GoDaddy, the registrant needs to approve a Standardized Form of Authorization (FOA). This approval is necessary for a domain name to be listed and eligible for the Fast Transfer network. These approvals are very …

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Epik acquires DNForum

In an email sent out today, Epik mentioned they have acquired DNForum.com. A strategic acquisition that will provide them the opportunity to market all their offerings. The oldest domain related forum has had it’s share of owners including Greg Ricks, Adam Dicker and George Verdugo. Best of luck to Rob …

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NameSilo surpasses 4 million domains under management

NameSilo Technologies Corp. announced that it has surpassed the milestone of 4 million active domains under management. This comes less than two years after surpassing 3 million active domains in July, 2019. This continued growth puts NameSilo in the top 12 of the nearly 3,000 ICANN-accredited registrars in the world …

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ICANN backtracks on executive pay transparency

ICANN has not disclosed the results of a recent board vote to award the CEO his bonus, apparently reversing an earlier move to make that kind of information public. The board voted last week to give Göran Marby his “at risk” compensation for the second half of the org’s fiscal …

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