The time is now, to thrive or flatline: Domain investment strategies for your business

I don't sugar-coat things, and I don't plan to change the rules of engagement now. If you haven't started exploring the repercussions of the new Internet name space expansion for your business, better find a quiet place to flatline. Don't like that brutal image of your eventual business death? … [Read more...]

NamesCon 2014 attendees: Thank you!

NamesCon 2014 in Las Vegas was a great introduction to witnessing the domain industry's growth; a clear indication that positive thinking is necessary for this industry to expand. I've already raved about the key elements of this particular event, highlighting those that made it a complete … [Read more...]

Sales privacy: Another reason Internet Traffic is better than Sedo

One of the most popular blog posts is about why I ditched Sedo as my PPC and sales venue, after 8 years of on-off 'abusive' relationship. Into the 3rd month of using Internet Traffic, and while PPC does fluctuate, sales are wholesome. And that's another reason Internet Traffic is better than … [Read more...]

NameJet: Still a top venue for savvy domain investors

I've been using NameJet for the past 5 years; investing thousands of dollars in aged, quality .com, .net and .org domains. The sweet spot seems to be two-word .com domains, a practice that Frank Schilling ascribed to since his early investment days. NameJet is an excellent repository of such … [Read more...]

Registrars: I don’t need add-on services

The amount of spam - unsolicited email - that I receive daily, is horrendous. Along with offers to buy worthless domains, lowball inquiries and emails from "buxom Ukrainian 24-year-olds", some domain registrars started to send out a hefty amount of emails unrelated to domain registration … [Read more...]