The domain industry is long littered with stories of domain investors entering and quick flipping their way to profitable success.
Domain investing, specifically quick flipping, to profitable success in short order shouldn’t be dismissed. However, the more puzzling and challenging feat to achieve and sustain is multi-million dollar domain development. Continue reading
Here’s a look at the top 5 podcasts for Kickstart Commerce in September, ranked by number of downloads: Continue reading
The sky is fallin’! I say uh, the sky is fallin’. Quite a common phrase shouted by the doomsday collective suffering from the Chicken Little Syndrome when the economy appears to be doing too well for an extended period of time. Continue reading
It’s no secret that companies of all sizes have been known to invest in domain names in addition to their core business.
Some of these companies started because of a domain upgrade for their brand and digital presence.
Others invested in domains for brand protection and to stave off the competition from owning prime digital real estate.
And in some instances, companies have solely acquired companies, thriving and dying, based on domain portfolios.
While domain investing is quite common amongst a growing number of for-profit organizations, I’ll explore a few arguments for and against non-profit organizations investing in domain names. Continue reading
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