Flexibility in domain name negotiations : Sign of graciousness, or weakness?

When negotiating on a domain, the field is open wide. It's like a chessboard with two armies, the White and the Black. The game, however, has a mixed set of rules, and knowing how to best utilize … [Continue reading]

“Domain names aren’t nearly important nowadays”

The commercial registration and use of domain names goes back to the early 1990's. Since 1995, domain registrations are paid for, instead of being free, selective, and manual … [Continue reading]

Thank you, Jeff Gabriel

Jeff Gabriel announced his departure from Uniregistry, earlier today. Those of us that were made aware of this personal decision a few days ago, are reminded of a very important mantra in life: … [Continue reading]

Shift the paradigm : Clueless realtors and domain names

A lot of domain investors facilitate domain sales basing their approach on how the real estate market operates. While there are similarities in this analogy, there are also differences which make … [Continue reading]

GoDaddy : Openly ignoring the BIN price and using the client as an excuse

In May I wrote about how GoDaddy continues to send unsolicited offers for domains that are listed for sale on other marketplaces, with a BIN. What's the catch? For $69 dollars, GoDaddy brokers … [Continue reading]