It’s a new day, yet emoji domains are still trending and quite well too. In fact, it’s been another milestone week for emoji domains.
If you were fortunate enough to experience the initial moment Twitter caught fire and to purchase a single .to emoji domain because of it, then count it a blessing and hold tightly to your new emoji domains. Here’s why… Continue reading
A few days late with this post, but I’m sure you’ll find value in it.
Nevertheless, you’ve had to be living under a rock or some place not Earth to have missed all the hoopla in regards to Bitcoin, Ethereum and cryptocurrencies in general.
As it pertains to domaining, there are many domain professionals, investors, and hobbyists either fully committing or been dabbling in cryptocurrency in some way.
Personally, I have to admit that I really don’t understand the technicalities of cryptocurrency pertaining to mining and initial coin offerings.
So, for lack of understanding, I’ve chosen not to invest. However, I’ve been following a few friends here in Austin, Morgan Linton, and Rick Schwartz and their views and standpoints pertaining to cryptocurrency markets. Continue reading
If you missed out on yesterday’s emoji domain rush, then consider this possibly your 3rd and final strike.
The first was missing out on registering .com and .net emoji domains, while the second strike was missing out on .ws emoji domains.
Nevertheless, there is still time, but you’ll need to really hurry along to grab what emoji domains remain available.
If you’re into emoji domains, yet missed the opportunity to secure a coveted single emoji domain, then you might want to head over to i❤️.ws’ emoji domain marketplace.
There is a growing number of emoji domains available for sale via GoDaddy Auction platform. As of 8/15/2017, 3,750 to be exact and growing daily.
Most emoji domains are listed as “offer”, meaning you’ll likely have to negotiate your way to ownership.
I call myself catching up on the latest DomainSherpa episodes this week.
When I fall behind, I often work my way through from last watched episode to most recent.
I finally arrived at the most recent to painfully identify with a situation that I certain that all domain investors have come to know a time or two. Continue reading
It was a simple oversight that could happen. In fact, this oversight is likely to happen to us or someone we know operating a company as some point.
Just due to the shear nature of the business I’m in, search marketing and domain investing and consulting, I see more often than most.
In truth, it’s an everyday experience that is as normal as breathing for me to encounter as I sift through daily lists of expired domains in auction.
And so, what is this “it” that I speak of that is supposedly the most simple, yet costly process for businesses to overlook? Continue reading
Quite a few folks are surprised, shocked, stunned or baffled in discovering emoji domains exist.
For some it’s life altering to find out, while others tend to shrug off emoji domains as a waste of time, money, and tech.
Nevertheless, @emojidomaincode’s retweet uncovered something that I had not known pertaining to emoji domains as of late: Continue reading