This post covers daily domain registrations in CryptoCurrency and Cannabis, some popular trendy keywords. Later we walk you through the last 100 domain registration in the Cannabis space to see what the public can still register.
So those of us that didn’t register names in 1994 when our brothers nephews cousin worked at MIT have to try to catch some new trends to find premium names to buy and sell.
Crypto Domain Names
So of the current trends I thought I’d look at daily registrations of some trendy keywords.
So the green is coin which has the highest daily registrations … Read the rest
Depending on time, I search Godaddy auctions every 7-10 days. This weekend I decided to up my game and track the exact dates I can search and add to watch list at Godaddy auctions. I haven’t rethought my approach for about 7 years.
The genesis of the thought is I see some of my own late renewing or not renewing names on the auctions – and it seem the dates names could appear varied.
Why every 7 -10 days? Well for me its all about the watch list. Ever since I started with auctions the ability to search by keyword, … Read the rest
Negotiating Domain Name Prices with Buyers
Are you not getting enough offers. You may be looking at the cost side too closely and only buyer cheaper names, and names you can get. Since everyone else could have got those names, your not getting offers. Buy Better Names.
If your in domaining to haggle and negotiate with buyers, buy better names
. A good name bought $100 and up wholesale might produce more leads per month. Now everyone wants to buy this type of name for $10, and then wait for the leads to engage buyers. It probably wont happen with … Read the rest
How Many Domains Should I Own?
So another take on the 1 to 2% portfolio turnover number that is thrown around quite a bit, is to reverse the numbers to determine how many domains you should own.
An owner with 1000 names should sell about 10-20 a year. Now I’m looking at this in the real domaining sense of end user sales at full price. So this is buy it now off landing pages or in aftermarkets or inbound inquiries.
If your selling wholesale, or quick flip or closeout you should be doing 5-10%, if your a full time domainer … Read the rest
This is a Puppy
They need to be loved, and given food and water.. and they love you back. They mean something. You care about them, you invest in them, sacrifice for them.
This is another small dog..it should not be left alone, it should be taken in, it should not be let out to face the world alone.. You should sacrifice for this dog. You should spend money on this dog. You should put the needs of this animal before your own. Let it become part of the family.
Now puppies are one thing, and bad domain names … Read the rest
Deceased Domain Name Owner
So I know this isn’t the best topics to think about, but a recent sale of a premium name from a domainer who had passed away reminded me of my own estate planning for my names and issues around managing domains when the owner or contact passes away. I thought I would share with you some background, and my thoughts and recommendations.
Ill do this article in three parts, for our three types of viewers and readers. First I’ll cover domain ownership issues for every domain owner, or manager. Then I’ll cover what i think would … Read the rest
Its a Saturday night and ain’t got nobody, I got some money cause I just got paid…..
So i’m scrolling around doing some research on domain names and decided i wanted a one word domain name, now we know all the ones in .com are taken so I tried .net and .org, and limited myself to something taken in a bunch of other extensions.
So I searched through all the names that have ever been registered in .net and came up with a word known by almost every US and England kid over 30….but it goes … Read the rest
This is an early look at a compilation of videos duplicating Page’s work on his book Domain Name Investing.
How to Buy Domain Names – Expired Names – Dynadot
Watch for more videos and join our blog newsletter to get regular updates.… Read the rest
Low profile launch, unpublicized test or New Expired Names Stream? Either way, I’m liking the selection so far, although at $50 more like Namejet aspirations, than Godaddy.
See our video on buying expired domains at Dynadot.com
What are Expired Names Auctions?
One of the best places to buy domain name inventory is through expired names auctions. Although right off the bat, realize your buying someones trash, they didn’t think it was even worth renewing for $10-12. But for many reasons, business closings, cash position of the owners and mistakes; expired names make up a big part of the wholesale … Read the rest
This is an short aftershow for this original video on domaining.
Page has some follow up thoughts on his recent video.. and some Peach Cobbler.