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It’s the $64,000 — perhaps million dollar — question most domain investors ask or ponder from time to time when purchasing and renewing domains.
If you’re a domain investor, and this question hasn’t crossed your mind, then you’re likely wasting money, time, and effort calling yourself domain investing.
With almost a decade of domain investing under my belt now, I’ve learned the importance of answering this question and operating my domain investing business to strict adherence of strategic timeline for each and every investment. Continue reading
Naming a product, service, company, or project can be very time consuming, to say the least. In fact, sometimes selecting a name can be more challenging that actually executing the idea.
Nothing kills the mood like checking the domain availability only to find out that someone else had your same thought and beat you to it first. Now what? Continue reading
Years come and go about as fast as one breathes the precious air of life, so I’ve been told.
While 2018 has sailed on by the domain industry, we’re embarking upon the journey we’ll come to know as 2019.
Many domain investors learn to effectively manage their domain portfolios by trial and error.
I can tell you from experience that this method of domain portfolio management can get quite expensive to say the least.
However, I wisened up from my days of reckless domain portfolio management thanks to help from a few seasoned domain investors. Continue reading
It’s not everyday I stumble upon a business or personal brand actively growing their business through the use of new top-level domains (new gTLDs).
When I do, I find most business or personal brands are simply experimenting with such domains with no sign of commitment or results.
However, I recently stumbled upon a LinkedIn post containing a video promoting an Energy Management Consultancy based here in Austin, Texas. Continue reading
It’s crazy to realize the Internet is a little over 30 years old. Although I date myself when saying I remember life before the Internet and email, the invention of the Internet has forever transfigured how we live life and do business.
In some ways, the Internet has brought us together. In other ways, not so much. Continue reading