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What is a negotiation platform ?

Domain Agents did a blog post to go into a bit of detail on just what a negotiation platform is. Domain Agents is an advertiser here and I have had a few people ask what exactly do they mean by negotiation platform ? DomainAgents is a negotiation platform, but if you’re new to the site […]
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Namepros hits 1 million discussions

It took 14 years and now Namepros has hit 1 million discussions on the site. Other milestones coming up are 6 million posts and 1 million members. Here is a look at the current numbers: Discussions: 1,000,151 Messages: 5,985,593 Members: 997,198 ...
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Why am I a domain investor ?

As we start 2017, I think one of the most important questions that is not often asked is the following, “Why am I a domain investor ?” This business is no longer new, I am not saying it’s over but it’s no longer new. Most niches have been mined, drops have gotten more expensive in […]
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The thing about advice you should always consider

The one thing about advice in the domain industry is that often it’s not universally applicable. As much as you want to be like Rick Schwartz, without a time machine you can’t. You can be successful but you will not be picking up NNN.com names for $100. You can read about Mike Berkens turning down […]
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Is there a “boys club” in domaining ? There are many clubs

There have been a couple discussions this week about whether or not there is a “good old boys club” in domaining. Shane Cultra discussed his personal experience in the preamble to his daily picks post on Wednesday, I think Shane did a good job of articulating his feelings and early experiences in the business. There […]
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No, .com is not losing its grasp

In a post on The Next Web titled, “8 myths about new gtlds” the author Jason Chernofsky decided to keep with one of the oldest tropes out there. .Com is losing its grasp. No, no it’s not. Jason also made the rather ignorant assumption that all .coms are owned by “squatters.” The new gtlds need […]
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Do end users lie ?

People lie in negotiations, it happens on both sides in the domain industry. Domain owners who have never developed anything will reply to a prospective buyer, “I am planning on developing this domain name but for the right price, I might be open to selling.” Buyers lie all the time, company executives or underlings use […]
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