Here’s a look at the top 5 podcasts for Kickstart Commerce in September, ranked by number of downloads:
Content Marketing Domain Names Domaining How-To Guide Interviews Podcasts Search Engine Marketing Social Media Web Marketing
In domaining news, here’s what you’ll want to read and know about:
- It’s on .Fox – DNW Podcast #306
- Auction System & Price Discovery Mechanics: Could Blockchain Change Everything? – with Cryptograph Co-Founders
- High-Touch Thinking, Feeling, and Living with the TexasTieGuy.com’s Darrell Spence
- With no desire to pay up for a domain name, should I quit domaining?
- Efty launches new domain name marketplace
- Namecheap overtakes Alibaba, Endurance over Web.com
- Should Domainers share purchase price when discussing domain sales publicly?
That’s all for today. Let’s move onto today’s domain auctions.
Below is a hand-picked list of quick-pick domains with NO bids. There are a few sleepers on the list worth NOT BIDDING on, and allowing to enter into buy-it-now closeout status.
Attempting to allow domains with no bids to close in auction can be a bit risky. Once domains enter buy-it-now closeout status is also risky too.
I enjoy sniping and flipping expired domains at $5 pricing (really $13 after renewing it for a year), but be wise and don’t lose out on a good domain in an attempt to wait it out.
As always do your homework and research each domain before you commit to bidding and buying.
Below is a compiled list of expiring emoji domain auctions. This specific auction list may not become a norm, so enjoy it while it lasts.
For expiring emoji domain auctions with bids, I’ve included emoji. For auctions without bids at the time of this writing, emoji not included, but do feel free to use PunyCoder.com (copy and paste the list).
That’s all for today. Let’s move onto today’s emoji domain auctions.
Searching for a certain topic?
Subscribe to YouTube
Browse by topic
- How to check word count in Apple Notes via iPhone… December 7, 2018
- How to Export a 720p video as 1080p or 4K using iMovie May 22, 2020
- From two-time dropout to Namebase.io CEO — Tieshun Roquerre April 5, 2021
- How to Fix WordPress HTTP Error 414 Request URI Too Long April 12, 2017
- Programmatically create WordPress Posts and Pages using PHP April 4, 2017
April 5, 2021
March 29, 2021