GoDaddy expired domain acquisitions: A long leap of faith

After 25 years of using GoDaddy as a domain registrar on an as-needed basis, I'm not surprised by the lack of effective process logic. Perhaps the best thing that ever happened to the biggest domain registrar in the world was the acquisition of Uniregistry; a massive domain portfolio paired with … [Read more...]

Domain industry evolution: Global Domain Report | 2024 edition

Fresh from Sedo and InterNetX arrives the Global Domain Report for 2024. It's not just a pretty bundle of information and charts; it's the quintessential representation of the domain industry's evolutionary path. The report does not just present data but it's backed by raw data that both … [Read more...]

Negotiate with BuyDomains via Sedo if you can

The art of negotiation is a learning process and domain investors benefit from such knowledge, both for financial reasons and for the purpose of overall engagement. In a recent transaction that took place via Sedo, I was able to acquire a domain name that BuyDomains had listed across several … [Read more...]

An interesting glitch at Dan.com locks down the BIN price

Dan.com provides several options to domain investors, including selling with a BIN price, making an offer, and lease to own options. In the past few months I've completed 3 LTO deals successfully, which means that three entrepreneurs are now using these domains under full ownership. Dan has been … [Read more...]

Dan.com delivers excellent back-end support for domain transactions

Last week I completed my first domain sale in October, for a domain I acquired for a few hundred dollars almost 15 years ago. It's not the first time this long hold of a domain leads to a substantial ROI. The art of determining which assets are worthy of holding long term is part of the learning … [Read more...]