Top Podcast Downloads for 2020

What a wild ride 2020 was, and for a multitude of reasons. The good, the bad, and ugly, to say the least.

There are many defining moments that touched us all — global pandemic, quarantining, masks, colossal loss, the movements, an election, and a long list of others.

As for the domain industry in general, 2020 will be remembered as the year of digital transformation and revolution. It’s the year of businesses making a mandatory pivot to digital empowerment online, or shutting their doors for good.

Many sales, purchases, and great memories were made domaining in 2020, with many more on the way in 2021.

As we move forward into the great unknown of 2021, take a moment to listen to the most downloaded Kickstart.fm podcasts recapping 2020 from some of the most innovative voices in the domain industry.

Wishing you a Happy New Year, and a year filled with health, wealth, and safe living! 🍾🎉🥳

How Yogi Solanki Sold 15+ Domains in 60 Days

Who says you can’t start domain investing today and make a living doing so? One of the greatest 2020 success stories to hit the industry is the journey of Yogi Solanki.

Working in an industry severely downsized by COVID, Yogi found himself out of a job and trying to figure out what his next move was going to be to provide for himself and his family.

One Google search has forever transfigured Yogi’s life, becoming a well-known, profitable domain investor around the globe as well as recently launching an ebook and website, OutboundDomains.com, to share all he’s learned along his domain investing journey.

Domain Buying and Selling using LinkedIn with Riz Memon

If you’re trying to figure out how to establish or finesse your outbound domain strategy, then this podcast episode with Riz Memon is a MUST LISTEN.

Riz unlocks the proverbial door to outbounding domains by sharing how he uses social networks, specifically LinkedIn, to discover domain buyers and sellers.

Not only that, Riz straight drops knowledge on why and how he drives greater domain value through the use of appealing, polished imagery. Riz is one of few investors willing to share the acquisition and sales price of his domains.

Domain Outbound Strategies and Best Practices to Sell Domains with Jason Eisler and Yogi Solanki

It was the ol’ one-two knockout punch when I sat with Jason Eisler and Yogi Solanki about domain out bounding strategies and best practices. Both gents emptied out their toolbox of tips, tricks, software, and endless strategies.

From what day and time are best to outbound to phone and voicemail selling to email subject lines to warming up emails to certified shipping to old-school fax selling… should I say more?

Jason and Yogi left no rock unturned in this podcast episode to help educate and inspire domain investors in establishing and realizing profitable domain outbound strategies.

Booking Profit Sooner Than Later With Hiren Patel, Seller of $180K ElectricCar.com

As the old proverb goes, “a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” Every domain investor has likely lived this regrettable proverb at least once when it comes to domain investing, if not multiple times.

Long-time domain investor Hiren Patel graciously shares a wealth of information about the indicators and circumstances in which domain investors should consider booking profit sooner rather than later.

Hiren also reveals how he’s discovered and perfected his domain investing approach and strategy of overpaying to realize 5 and 6 figure sales over the course of time.

Domain Buying, Selling, and Leasing with Global Domain Investor Aishwin Vikhona

The domain industry and investing markets never sleep, just like Wall Street. Each and every single day, tens of thousands of domains hit the auction block.

Domain investors from all across the globe do their best to secure undervalued assets and flip them thousands of dollars more.

A prominent and accomplished domain investor, Aishwin Vikhona shares how a multi-pronged domain buying and selling strategy has led to a very lucrative domain portfolio consisting of 3-character, 4-character, and single word .com domains to die for.

Domain Investing, Developing, and Leasing with Braden Pollock

If you’ve been around the domain investing industry, then the name Braden Pollock is certain to ring a bell.

A titan in the industry, Braden jumpstarted his journey in the domain industry via domain investing, domain parking, and lead generation development — having developed nearly 10,000+ lead-gen websites out of a portfolio of 15,000 domains.

While many know him as the guy that started out investing in legal domain names, Braden is one of the most generous persons in the industry when it comes to helping and educating domain investors to establish prudent investing habits and behaviors.

A walking wealth of knowledge Braden Pollock is, and a plethora of wisdom, knowledge, and insight he dropped in this podcast episode.

Hitting the Jackpot Buying and Selling .IO Domains with Bar Franek

Bar Franek isn’t the first domain investor, nor the last, to put BTC domain sales on the map, but what a sale he rang up this past year selling Jackpot.io for nearly 5 BTC (estimated $50K).

What’s more outstanding is that Bar is one of the newer faces in the industry, and is making a name for himself in no time as a .IO domain investor. But don’t be fooled into believing that .IO domains are the only thing that catches Bar’s eye.

Although a part-time domain investor, Bar has commanded quite a few sizable .com domain sales as he perfects his data-driven domain investing strategy to limit and reduce the risk of buying and selling under-valued digital assets as an alternative asset class.

Tune in as Bar discusses how he uses data when considering whether or not to buy and sell domains.

The Winding Path from Chartered Accounting to Domain Investing with Vikunth Navani

One moment you find yourself pursuing a degree and career in chartered accounting because your parents say so, and six months later, your path in life is forever changed, garnering unimaginable wealth and riches. This isn’t a fairy tale story, but a real-life story and journey of India-based domain investor Vikunth Navani.

From hand-regging domains to closeout domains to expired domain auctions, Vikunthi shares how he’s overcome timezone, language, technology, and cost of entry barriers to establishing himself as a global domain investor now selling an amazing 10-15 domains per month on average.

Flipping a Travel-Related Domain for $15K and Launching CatchService.com During Economic Downturn with Riz Memon

You know you have established yourself in an industry when you are rocking and rolling with two popular domain interviews in one year about two different topics. This is the case for Riz Memon.

In this amazing podcast episode, Riz shares how he landed the eye-popping $15k sale of a travel-related domain during a global pandemic.

And if that wasn’t enough, Riz reveals why, how, and what led to his timely launching of CatchService.com — a global platform empowering procurement of expiring or expired domains in a highly competitive domain buying landscape.

From Flipping Smartphones to Advocating Domain Investing and Development with Josh Reason

While rounding out this year’s list of most listened to and downloaded podcasts, the title says it all for this podcast episode. From swinging tennis racquets to hawking smartphones to flipping domains, Josh Reason is a rising star in the domain industry.

And this is not just because he’s a stellar domain investor, but he also has become a beacon for domain advocacy, a domain innovator having partnered to launch DNWE.com, and a fellow podcaster of the Digital Fortune podcast.

And on top of all of these accomplishments, Josh also attains a keen sense, awareness, and acumen for buying, pricing, and selling domains as an alternative asset class, as heard via this podcast episode.

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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.