It’s been anything but a 🍾 Happy New Year 🎉 for me over the last 24 hours. 😔
But hey, all in all, the good Lord saw that I made it from 2017 to 2018. Therefore, I’ll count my blessings! 😉
If new to domaining, then there’s likely a time coming in the near future (if not already present) that you’ll want to know whether or not domains you’re hand registering, or purchasing in auction or private party have traffic.
Although parking revenues are not what they once were a decade or so ago, an easy solution to tracking and identifying your domain traffic is likely parking the domain.
It wasn’t long ago I stumbled upon a NamePro’s thread openly discussing the .ai domain extension, a country code for Anguilla — a British Overseas Territory in the Carribbean, being used to register a fast-growing domain niche: emoji domains.
Like .ws and .to, the .ai extension appeared quite promising to make way for an increasing number of emoji domain registrations until today.
It must be butta’, cuz’ NameJet’s emoji domain auctions are on a roll, JACK! 🤯
Yesterday 😎.ws set the emoji domain auction bar to a new level with a closing price of $3K+ (and did it in style too!).
And auctions picked up from where things left off yesterday, getting a bit more interesting over at NameJet with today’s emoji domain auctions.
In this month’s BrandAftermarket.com domain selections, I’ve hand picked 5 domains that I think could be easy and profitable flips, or strong development potential based on a product or service.
The attractive thing to consider about BrandAftermarket.com in comparison to BrandRoot.com, BrandBucket.com and other brandable marketplaces is price.
It’s a been a few weeks since NameJet debuted its Premium .WS Emoji Domain Auction.
In my opinion, the results have been interesting to say the least when compared to emoji domain auctions over at GoDaddy.
GoDaddy has fallen completely off the map for emoji domain auctions in the last week or so, but that’s certainly not the case for NameJet moments ago today.