Domain offers that come with disclaimers are invalid

It's a very simple argument, really: don't make an offer on a domain, that is tied to some silly disclaimer. Most lawyers will tell you that an offer on paper - real or virtual - is a binding offer. Want to invalidate such an offer? Accompany it with some made-up mumbo-jumbo that seeks various … [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...]

NameJet: Still a top venue for savvy domain investors

I've been using NameJet for the past 5 years; investing thousands of dollars in aged, quality .com, .net and .org domains. The sweet spot seems to be two-word .com domains, a practice that Frank Schilling ascribed to since his early investment days. NameJet is an excellent repository of such … [Read more...]

Domain investor’s dilemma: Sell or hold?

Quite often, domain investors manage their portfolios with a mother's tender eyes. Holding a domain - or several - for years, one reaches a point that they can't let go. Until the right offer comes, that is. ;) Despite what romantics among us want you to believe, money does buy everything: … [Read more...]