Domain inquiries : Coming back to buy the domain

Engaging with a potential buyer doesn't always result in a sale, but domain names that get renewed continue to work their magic in that person's mind. In other words, inquiries that end due to a difference in pricing, often get a second chance at a later time, sometimes at a price considerably … [Read more...]

Getting the right offer : A waiting game worth playing

Earlier this week I closed on yet another domain sale on the Uniregistry market platform. The agreement was reached last week, but a small glitch caused a short delay with the buyer's funds at Uniregistry. This single word .ORG domain was registered in 1999 and I acquired it a decade ago on … [Read more...]

The Uniregistry registrar is alive and kicking

One of the reasons I moved my domain names to Uniregistry several years ago, is their knowledgeable support department. Uniregistry is now a GoDaddy company, and great days are looming ahead through this well-planned acquisition. Uniregistry remains an elite destination of choice for domain … [Read more...]

Maximize your domain capital thanks to the new federal tax filing deadline

Domain investors, like millions of other professionals in the US and around the globe, are adjusting to the Coronavirus pandemic. The economy is taking a hit, but it's not the end of the road. There are plenty of opportunities to stretch your investments, and if you're looking for extended … [Read more...]

How Sedo, SnapNames, and Afternic helped me sell a domain name twice

This article is about how Sedo, SnapNames, and Afternic, helped me sell a domain name twice over the course of a decade, for several thousand dollars in total. During this Coronavirus pandemic, sharing positive news about the domain industry is a must! The domain market deals with intangible … [Read more...]