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Not everyone tunes into your favorite outlet – Where do you get your news and views?

Domain News and Views One thing I see over and over for years, is the belief by some that everyone tunes in to where they tune in. I remember one time someone asking me why Michael Berkens did not reply to a post about someone questioning a sale of his on Namepros? I told him […]

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There can be many reasons that name you want to see developed is not developed

One thing I get all the time in emails and sometimes in phone calls, is outrage that a domain name sale was announced and that domain name is not developed. This is kind of what brought about the Offthehandle/Kate Buckley debacle. (Offthehandle has not been heard from since he was doxxed on Twitter). Over the […]

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If you cannot get the .com should you move on from that popular one word?

Lately on television I have seen ads from Pandora. Actually two companies using Pandora as their brand. Both companies are well known of course. Pandora.com registered in 1993. An American subscription-based music streaming service owned by Sirius XM Holdings. Pandora.net registered in 1997, founded in 1982 the company is a Danish jewellery manufacturer and retailer. […]

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“Congratulations you were alive in the 90’s how much brain power did it take to reg sex.com or porn.com?”

Domain investing is a wacky world I had a funny email come in from someone who I take it was not born in the 90’s and is disgruntled. It falls in line with some other reader emails over the past few months. “Congratulations you were alive in the 90’s how much brain power did it […]

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What’s one insight that has led you to become a better domainer?

Squadhelp published an interesting little article about ten days ago. The article centered around one simple question, What’s one insight that has led you to become a better domainer? It was asked on Twitter and they published several of the responses. I especially like the reply from @TonyNames. It’s something I have echoed for many […]

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“.com is the only extension worth investing in” Twitter says not so fast

Anyone who uses Twitter in 2020 has noticed an uptick in warnings added to tweets. Especially if you are involved in the political arena. These flags or warnings added to tweets have even turned into a meme, with many brands poking fun at themselves or the competition. Well it’s not just limited to politicians and […]

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$90,000 and five years later and not even a nameserver update

Five years ago Elliot Silver broke news on a .money domain name that sold for $90,000. The seller once walked away from The Apprentice UK TV Show 5 years later and the domain name has not even updated the nameservers. Transfer.money is the name and it’s a perfect keyword combination in my opinion. The seller […]

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