Moniker Exiting the Drop Game?

One of the company’s drop-catching proxy registrars SantiamDomains recently (and quietly) changed hands and is now under Web.com’s ownership. This article is purely speculative, but it’s based on something that I learned today while troubleshooting some domain administration issues. A domain that I had caught at Snapnames back in March of 2014 is coming up […]
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Buying Cheap Traffic – An Experiment

Almost every new site I create gets no traffic. That is frustrating, disappointing, and not good business, and I am not sure exactly what to do about it. In the olden days, it used to be if you built a good site, people would find it. Google would send it lots of traffic, other sites… Read More »
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Ron Jackson Finally Owns DomainNameJournal.com

For more than a decade, Ron Jackson has been producing his domain industry publication DNJournal.  It’s been regarded as a “go-to” industry publication for his weekly sales reports and his “cover stories”, featuring prominent industry profiles, but did you know that Ron didn’t even own DomainNameJournal.com.  OMG Ron you don’t own all variations of your […]
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ICANN systems compromised through phishing attack

A number of ICANN’s staff email accounts have been compromised by a phishing attack, which lead to administrative passwords to other systems being exposed as well, as Necraft reports. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has fallen victim to a phishing attack which resulted in the attackers gaining administrative access to some […]
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A Detailed Look at a Site I Bought on Flippa a Year Ago

Almost exactly 13 months ago I bought ApexWebGaming.com through this flippa auction, for $2999. How do you think it went? Was it a good purchase? Would you have bought it yourself from that auction? Why did I buy it and how did I do my due diligence on it? What did I do after  buying? What…
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Giving and Receiving Gifts as a Therapist

As we enter the holiday season, many therapists and health professionals come face to face with the issue of giving and receiving gifts for patients. While gift giving often comes from the pure desire to show appreciation, gratitude and follow holiday ritual, when it comes to the relationship between a doctor and patient, there are boundaries [Read more...]

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DomainFest will be part of NamesCon 2015 in Las Vegas

A change on the Namescon Agenda lead The Domains to ask if NamesCon had bought out domainFEST – well, here’s the official press Release and reply. DomainFest becomes the first day of the conference geared towards newcomers. If you read the text on the updated DomainFest website, it appears that there’s a plan to carry […]
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Illegal Sites

If you are a small company, it is important to do whatever you can not to get sued, because a lawsuit will eat up all your time and money, even if you think you did nothing wrong. I am frequently presented with business opportunities that would probably make a good profit, but I avoid them… Read More »
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