February’s top domain name news stories

GoDaddy and Verisign were in the news last month.

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With February in the books, let’s take a look at the top stories on Domain Name Wire last month ranked by views:

1. GoDaddy announces layoffs – GoDaddy let go of about 8% of its employees.

2. Roman Polanski fails to take down site about sex offenses – he filed a cybersquatting dispute against a domain used by a detractor.

3. Afternic rankles domainers with “pricing discrepancies” comments – One of its justifications for not allowing different pricing on landers doesn’t make sense.

4. Verisign announces another .com price hike – Prices will increase another 7% in September.

5. Things domainers should do in light of GoDaddy’s new commission structure – With the new commission structure now active, here are some housekeeping things domain investors should do.

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