Now that the NamesCon dust has settled, I’m eagerly looking forward to attending a few additional conferences in 2018.
Having already registered and made arrangements to attend NameSummit in New York at The Westin, Times Square August 6th through the 7th, I received a Google calendar reminder to make sure I registered for MERGE! 2018. Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of interviewing Ethan Berle (CTO) and Dave Thompson (CRO) about Las Vegas-based company Flye and how it’s pioneering emoji marketing services.
🤔 If you’re thinking the name Flye sounds familiar, then you’re thinking right. Flye has been featured in recent interviews:
- Connecting Brands and Emoji Domain Owners With Emoji Domain Leasing
- Rising From the Ashes With the Fire Emoji 🔥
I’ve got sunshine (☀), on a cloudy day (☁). When it’s cold outside ❄ (Brr, like right now!), I’ve got the month of
February …err May.
Although it’s cold and cloudy here in Austin, Texas, things are heating up a bit in the emoji domain space. Continue reading
I’m back with another weird WordPress fix for likely a problem encountered by many, whether you ever admit to it or not. 😜
At the request of a customer that’s been with us 10 years and counting now, I’m working to update and fix a few aged items relating to their website’s user experience.
Everything was going well until I attempted to upgrade the website to use a more lightweight and intuitive plugin to create a “before and after” slideshow of their project work. 🤨
To complicate things a bit, I unknowingly experimented with a few discontinued WordPress plugins no longer supported.
So wish WordPress developers would update their plugins more often with discontinued support messages. 😤 But I digress.
Each time I would install, activate, configure, and implement a image gallery or slideshow plugin for WordPress, I encountered the same error: Continue reading
It’s the top of another fast moving day. To get this day started off, I discovered an opportunity to save money on your next emoji domain purchase.
So, if you so desire to own a .TO emoji domain, then today’s offer could be just the opportunity to secure a single or combo emoji domain. Continue reading
What a winding path I’ve been since starting this both nearly 5 years ago.
From my early start with a focus on search marketing to current contentment and assignment as a Domain Name Strategist and Domain Investor.
It’s been a fun journey, especially since I’ve settled into the art and science and wheeling and dealing domains.
I don’t have many sales a year, but I aim to sale at least 7 domains a year with a minimum of 3 4-figure sales. The minimum helps to cover the cost of annual renewals.
So, I’m not a hardcore flipper like Josh from DSAD.com, whereby he could sale the word flip itself much like breathing.
Nevertheless, when performing a sale, one thing I’ve learned over the years is to use “Push” over “Transfer”. Continue reading
About this time last month, I was humming along just days into the new year and recovering from the FLU. Yes, it was nasty and I’m glad to have survived it. But I digress.
As I said, humming along during the work day, I received a Twitter mention notification. Ruh roh, must be trouble, right?
Writing about a number of popular and unpopular topics as it relates to domain, I sometimes go running for the hills when Twitter mentions start bombarding my phone or inbox. Continue reading