Party down under domain investing, developing, and “affiliate arbitraging” domains with Ed Keay-Smith

Party down under domain investing, developing, and “affiliate arbitraging” domains with Ed Keay-Smith

We’re going to party down under with today’s podcast guest. He lives literally the furthest location on earth from Austin, Texas.

If you don’t have a clue as to where he lives and didn’t catch the opening line, then tune in as we journey across the globe to the capital of Western Australia: Perth. Who lives in Perth, you ask?'s Ed Keay-Smith | Perth, AustraliaWell, it’s none other than our mate Ed Keay-Smith! Ed has been around domain investing since the early years.

In addition to domain investing, Ed’s the podcast co-host of and the founder of — a digital marketing agency aiming to help small to medium-sized businesses grow and dominate their online market share.

You’re in for a treat tuning into today’s podcast. Ed and I discuss quite a few topics in this show — domain investing, domain developing, domain parking, and “affiliate arbitraging” domains.

Ed also breaks down the Australian domain market, how he prices domains, and why he believes is truly a sleeper market for domain investors. Not only does he share a few sales, but Ed explains why he chose the path of specializing in the buying and selling of, and .in domains, in addition to .com domains.

And last but not least, tune in til’ the very end. Ed reveals why he “affiliate arbitrages” 100+ domain names from his portfolio, and how this rare and unspoken strategy earns him high 5-figure revenue annually. This part of the interview is certainly content you won’t find elsewhere. 😉

So, buckle up and let’s journey to the great land down under as we chat with Ed Keay-Smith about koalas, kangaroos, emus, domains, and more… Enjoy!


Written by Alvin Brown
He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable digital strategies for greater commerce.