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12|28|2014 02:10 pm EDT

TrafficZ Shutting down operations on Dec 31st, 2014

by Frank Michlick in Categories: PPC industry

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According to an email sent out by TrafficZ, it will cease it operations after Dec 31st, 2014, which is a relatively short notice. We’ve reached out for confirmation to Thought Convergence and also asked them if there’s any other properties/divisions that are still active besides DomainTools.

As you no doubt have heard by now, we recently announced the sales of our Aftermarket domain marketplace and our Agreed online escrow platform. In parallel with those sales, we will be discontinuing the TrafficZ domain parking and monetization service as of December 31, 2014.

In order to facilitate a smooth and seamless transition for you, our valued clients, we recommend that you explore alternative monetization providers and options for your domain assets. Many of our friends in the industry provide excellent domain management and monetization solutions, so we’re confident that you’ll find a suitable partner in no time.

Regardless of what you decide, though, please make sure to update your nameservers by 12:00 AM PST on next Wednesday, December 31, 2014, after which time we will no longer be serving ads from our upstream providers.

On behalf of the entire TrafficZ team, we’d like to thank you for your loyalty and support over the years (since 2002!!). And, as always, we wish you luck and continued success in all of your future endeavors.

Cheers, and Happy Holidays,
Ammar Kubba & Kevin Vo

08|05|2008 04:45 pm EDT

DomainTools Launched and Taking Submissions

by Adam Strong in Categories: Domain Auction

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According to the Domain Tools blog, Thought Convergence, parent company to DomainTools, Domain Roundtable and TrafficZ, has officially launched the first phase of their new domain sales site, . The company is launching the site to take submissions for the upcoming TRAFFIC conference in Brooklyn. plans to run a 90 minute auction at the TRAFFIC event and feature only 50-60 “carefully-chosen, well-priced domains”. The company will be competing for the attention of buyers and sellers against at least 3 other companies at the TRAFFIC conference. Moniker/Snapnames, and Rick Latona will also be featuring auctions. Earlier reports indicated Sedo was also participating but there has been no further announcement or indication of their involvement from Sedo or TRAFFIC.