Domain security : Password protect your USB drive

When traveling, whether it's to attend domain name conferences or for leisure, make sure all your digital devices are safe and secure. At the turn of the new year, I took a trip to Puerto Rico; a great place, where the food is delicious and the people and island waters are warm year-round. A … [Read more...]

‘Tis the season to reprice your domain names

Happy holidays. 'Tis the season to be jolly, and while you allow the spirit of Christmas empower you, it's your own initiative that will carry you into the new year, 2020. In this time and era, domain names are increasingly establishing an indisputable role in how they shape brands. About time … [Read more...]

The PIR ORGy should not drive domain investors away from this premium TLD

The sale of PIR to a newly formed entity that's not covered by the non-profit umbrella might have been widely accepted, if the timing were different. Weeks after ICANN decided to ignore more than 3,200 comments against provisions giving the green light to renewing the PIR contract with no price … [Read more...]

Sedo pays really, really fast for domain auctions

As a domain investor, when I sell a domain name through a third party platform, I'm eager to get paid for the digital asset I provided, as fast as possible. Our interconnected world offers a number of monetary exchange platforms that are designed to offer speed, security - and usually not both at … [Read more...]

Relentlessness : A chief characteristic of the Uniregistry brokers

Closing on a five figure domain deal via Uniregistry's domain marketplace isn't new to me; I've been using the platform since its beta stages in 2012. In the past, I raved about the ability that Uniregistry brokers possess to turn dead-end deals into completed sales. This time around, the … [Read more...]