What a fast-pace number of days it’s been attending the Inaugural MERGE! Conference in Orlando, Florida.
If you’re not familiar with MERGE!, it’s a conference that “merged” The Domain Conference and CMS Summit to bring a number of businesses and professionals together to interact, engage, and share a number of topics and thoughts. Continue reading
In domaining news this month, have you heard of the newest domain marketplace aimed at providing competitively priced brandable domains?
If not, then allow me the opportunity to introduce the husband and wife domain duo, Brian and Meghan Berke.
The talented duo are full-time domain investors, brokers, and consultants aiming to inspire creativity and affordability for new and existing businesses in search of a quality .com domain to represent their idea or venture. Continue reading
We’re back and kicking off the week with World Emoji Day. And you know what that means, right?
It’s time to lose our minds crazy using emoji as we celebrate our new found communication path of the future today.
If you didn’t know, everybody young, old, and in between use emoji to freely express the good, bad, and ugly parts of themselves!
And if you don’t believe that, then maybe the following convinces you otherwise: Continue reading
If you haven’t heard by now, emoji domain names are on the up and up as each day passes, priming for their own market run much like that of bitcoin, ethereum and ripple runs.
Emoji domains have caused quite a stir this year, to say the least. And it doesn’t look like they’ll slow down anytime soon either. A growing population is speaking, texting, reading, singing, watching, and just doing about everything else imaginable using emoji.
Emoji domains are likely to disrupt and transform how businesses, small and large, market and advertise to a new generation of buyers with $200B+ buying power for years to come.
That said, many domain professionals, investors, and hobbyists are scouring forums, websites, social networks and more to get their hands on highly prized and valued emoji domain names. Continue reading