I put up a listing on Flippa for one of my sites that I didn’t have interest in keeping. It’s a forum site and I’m not much of a forum runner. In fact, I’ve disabled all registrations to avoid spending time on managing the forum/spam.
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Good morning everyone. It was kind of chilly this morning here in LA, makes it harder to wake up J A few months ago I thought about creating a domaining course. It was good timing as DomainingCourse.com domain name was on sale and I acquired it. The idea is to teach any one to become [...]
I’m seeing some great domains, wanted to share a few with you. Now with GoDaddy Auctions, there are more domains to go through.
I usually don’t like auctions as I end-up spending more than I planned. But sometimes, you just can’t help it. You backorder a domain you really want and guess what, someone else really wants it too. So you basically start battling with the other bidders. I just spent 2k to win a battle.
In the domaining world, .ORG always wins. But which one would you choose when picking a domain for development. The answer is not that simple.
Domain selling is probably the most challenging part of domaining. And you can’t really make money until you master this process. It is also important to note that there is no single one way to do this. And it depends on the individual domainer and how good of a sales person he/she is and how [...]
While it may be true that search engines treat dash like a space, I strongly advice against it. I can understand when some end users with little kowledge go after domains with dash, but domainers/brand owners should not go after domains with dash, here is a list of 10 reasons why.
I’m having a great weekend, hope you are too. As always, I’m working on my projects and trying to shorten my to do list. I usually do go out in the evenings, so only have a few hours to get some work done. Here is a update on the projects I’m working on.
I’ve been spending a lot of time lately on building TopDrops.com and am happy to announce that the backend is done. I’ve started running the filter on daily bases.
I remember when I was starting up in domaining, I used to be the same way. We all have done it, we all have registered junk names at one point. No one is born a domainer or understands domain quality when they’re just starting up.
Good morning, I wanted to give you a little update on ValueDrops. Those of you new to ValueDrops.com, it’s a tool that automatically filters the drop list on daily bases and shows the best dropping 2 word, .com domains. It also monitors the drop status throughout the day and shows the availability. So one can [...]
How do you appraise a domain? Many times, quality Domain names are considered assets, like real estate. However, unlike real estate, domain appraisal has always been a challenge. There is no set industry standard or set formula on how you appraise a domain name.
I want to share with you the steps that I take to increase chances of selling a domain name. This year, it seems most of my sells were to the end users and although I still sold some domains to domainers/resellers, going forward, I want to focus on End User only. My definition of an [...]
Those of you that don’t know Fedora, it’s a linux distribution from Red Hat. The new version incorporated GNOME 3 which combines a modern look with productivity. I must say, I am not a big fan of Linux but Fedora does look very cool. It’s got a new sleek windows 7 like interface. I think [...]
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