Domain offers are binding, but contact form abuse is rampant

I believe it's about time to add some legalese to domain name offer forms, such as those at the Uniregistry Market that I use primarily. Offers attached to domain inquiries are binding, and yet there is rampant abuse. When a domain contact form includes a minimum asking price, filling out that … [Read more...]

Domain brands: Want a specific keyword in the new TLDs? Use the tiered landrush option to secure it

If you absolutely *must* have a particular keyword in the new TLDs, forget about waiting for general availability to kick in. The second that the clock ticked 11:00am Eastern US time today, thousands of domain applications in seven gTLDs by Donuts, Inc. were sent off from various registrars to … [Read more...]

Sales privacy: Another reason Internet Traffic is better than Sedo

One of the most popular blog posts is about why I ditched Sedo as my PPC and sales venue, after 8 years of on-off 'abusive' relationship. Into the 3rd month of using Internet Traffic, and while PPC does fluctuate, sales are wholesome. And that's another reason Internet Traffic is better than … [Read more...] pays like a clockwork

In July, I presented my detailed testimonial about and their decade in the industry. In mid-November, I officially completed ten years of using for selling and buying domain names. How time flies by! By migrating my entire domain portfolio from Sedo to Internet Traffic, … [Read more...]

Success: Flushing TDNAM via SedoMLS

Unless you were in a stupor lately, you could not have missed my recent post about how I ditched Sedo - and not just for a single reason. In that post that generated more than 1500 unique views, I explained why I left Sedo after 8 years of being faithful to a "cheating mistress." At least, … [Read more...]