Domain conferences are not solely for selling domains

Many domain investors that do not attend domain conferences actively, view them as a vehicle for selling domains from their inventory. When I attended TRAFFIC 2008 in Orlando, Florida, I too had aspired to sell domains during the auction. While that didn't happen, it was a blessing in disguise, … [Read more...]

An early “thank you” to Richard Lau & Team for NamesCon

NamesCon 2016 is a few days away, and I'm excited to be arriving in Las Vegas this coming Saturday. This will be my 4th domain conference in Vegas since 2010, and the 3rd time attending Richard Lau's superb creation. I'm well aware of the fact that Richard did not magically create this … [Read more...]

Domain NDAs : Make sure they expire, eventually

If there's one thing I regret about certain private domain sales, is that the NDA - non disclosure agreement - involved, does not expire. I'd love to share some notable domain sales, as I often do when the buyer has secured their business launch and/or other TLDs. In the case of domain sales tied … [Read more...]

Domain Purgatory exists : Just ask Escrow.com, Fabulous and Verisign

I'm not a Catholic, so quick disclaimer: the reference to a "Purgatory" does not intend to offend, nor is intentionally religious. Going by the definition of Purgatory: "A place or state of suffering inhabited by the souls of sinners who are expiating their sins before going to heaven." Very … [Read more...]

Liquid domains : The best deal might not be the fastest

Domain liquidity is the ability to convert digital assets into currency, quickly and without much hassle. Whether this title applies to domains used as "coinage" for years, such as LLL .coms, brandables or dictionary domains, one thing really matters: getting the cash you need. Underselling … [Read more...]