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Crypto company suing a 79 year old for domain name brings up the age old question, is an email a binding contract?

CoinLetter.com published a story on Jump Crypto and a 79 year old that owned the domain name Wormhole.com. The registrant owned since 1994. It revived the debate on whether listing a price in an email and then backing out was a legal contract or not. 25 years later it still seems many are split or […]

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There are many perceived end user sales that are merely domain investors buying

So there is a thread I was reading today on Namepros where a member posted that they looked at a premium sales and they weren’t developed some two years later. I just spent over an hour looking up domains that sold over 2 years ago for over 10k. Almost every domain goes to either a […]

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Don’t let another person’s success get you down

One theme that has been a constant in my years writing about domaining is envy. It has reared it’s hear in different ways, sometimes passive other times outspoken. Envy and jealousy are common feelings in human beings. PsychologyToday.com looks at the three different kinds of envy. When one is not successful in domaining they tend […]

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Do Forums still matter?

With the news of Epik acquiring DNForum.com, some commented whether or not forums matter anymore? There are many articles over the last couple years about forums in general, not just in domaining. Last year Engadget published, As internet forums die off, finding community can be harder than ever. The article looked at how social media […]

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(Case Study) Growing a website fast with expired domain names

Adam and Mark from Niche Website Builders shared an interesting expired domain name case study. Over the years we have seen plenty of names with high authority and valued backlinks sell for big money. ConstitutionUS.com with a Majestic.com Trust flow of 37 and a Citation flow of 31. Ahrefs data shows a Domain Rating of […]

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” There is no industry with a collective average IQ below the domain name industry”

One of the most active posts for the month at Namepros is right out of the anti how to win friends and influence people playbook. A relatively new investor ripping and demeaning others. It’s become a common theme over the last few years, people who got into the business with little understanding of things like, […]

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“everyone is sitting on valuable domains, they just need the right timing for a big payday”

Domaining really is like a lot of other businesses, the haves and the have nots. In a conversation with another domainer yesterday, they told me they did not agree. “Raymond everyone is sitting on valuable domains, they just need the right timing for a big payday.” That is a nice sentiment and some would say […]

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