It’s been a minute since I tackled automating blog posts to social networks.
I’m assuming that you guessed by the title of today’s post that we’ll tackle how to publish WordPress blog posts to Instagram.
Instagram is a whole different beast of a social network in comparison to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks. And here’s why I think so… Continue reading
I stumbled upon an interesting and engaging Twitter conversation about emoji domains.
I know, I should have been “off” and “unplugged” seeing that it was Father’s Day weekend.
But it’s my weekend and I wanted to check in electronically for a brief few minutes.
Reading the back and forth emoji domain tweets (see thread), many thoughts occurred and ran through my mind.
But let’s tackle and examine the elephant at the crux of the conversation though: hyping emoji domains. Continue reading
Well, it’s Thursday, and it’s time to release the weekly list of available emoji domains.
If you’re clueless, then yes emoji domains are a thing, quite a HOT thing too! They’ve caught 🔥 in the last year and especially the last 6-7 months.
Everyone from independent consultants to churches to small businesses to conglomerates and everything in between are purchasing and garnering increased exposure using emoji domains. Emoji domain future looks quite bright although ICANN thinks differently.
Nevertheless, I work diligently to assemble a weekly list of anywhere from 20-40 random emoji domains, informing and assisting the masses (that’s you!) in experiencing a taste of what is to become a marketing phenomenon (if not already).
Assembling this weekly list has been helpful to quite a few individuals, hobbyists, companies, and domain investors although it’s becoming a bit more time consuming.
Because of the time it takes to search by hand and increasing popularity of the lists, I finally reached a breaking point to invest a bit of time and lean on my software development skills reclaim my precious list prep time. Let’s get to work! ⚙ Continue reading
If you’re a domain investor, also known as a domainer, then today’s topic of choice is likely very trivial to you.
In fact, you may wonder why I would even take the time to write about such a trivial topic.
Whether you want to believe it or not, there are many professionals, business owners, and people in general that don’t know how to go about finding a domain owner and their contact information.
I receive a couple of emails a week from persons asking about how to find domain owner contact info. Continue reading
There’s nothing more frustrating than receiving spammy WordPress registrations and unsuccessful login attempts.
Most of these attempts are nothing more than people with a bit too much time on their hands.
And without adequate protection for your WordPress website, these same persons can dismantle your website in the blink of an eye.
In fact, if careless with WordPress and plugin management, you could find yourself with a hacked website, and locked out. And then what? Continue reading
I answer this question at least a dozen times a year when asked what I do for a living and answer that I’m a Domain Name Strategist and Investor.
Most reply, “Oh, domain name squatter, huh?”
Which then leads us down the domain investing education path of the difference between a squatter and investor.
And without fail, I always share the parallels of physical to virtual real estate comparison while driving the point home typically using the person’s residence as prime example.
By then, the light bulb is on for most and they began to understand just how foolish their assumption exposed their lack of understanding and knowledge.
But then are those persons who take it one step further and say, “Well, you should just play the lottery if you going to speculate on domain names.”
Which this comment allows me to further explain the difference in spending versus investing. Continue reading