A full decade of blogging on Acro.net

Time flies when one is having fun, and I just realized that this blog is now 10 years old. When I started Acro.net back on February 4th, 2008, the domain community was quite different from today. My primary domain exchange outlet was DNForum, and I had yet to meet with domain investors in the … [Read more...]

Things I learned from my 9 years as a “domain blogger”

When I started Acro.net as a domainer's blog in 2008, little did I know it'd continue for this long. Producing creative content predates my early domain blogger days by almost two decades, as a journalist for computer and subsequently Internet industry publications. Blogging, however, is an … [Read more...]

Just how hard is it to “blog” about the domain industry?

When I started this blog on Acro.net in February 2008, it was meant to be a personal repository of "rants and raves" with a domaining twist. In the almost 9 years since, I leveraged my thought output according to my ability to produce content as I went through life, personally and … [Read more...]

Offers made around a domain’s expiration date

Over the course of more than a decade in active domain investing, I've experienced that a lot of inquiries are made around the time of a domain's expiration date. There are several reasons why this happens, and here's what I've found the most important ones to be: The inquiries are made by … [Read more...]