Archive | January, 2016

Short Domains as a Hedge Against Currency Devaluation

Posted on 27 January 2016 by Andrei

I live in Europe where we actually have a DEFLATION problem rather than inflation concerns but in a lot of other countries, especially in Asia and South America, currency devaluation is a huge, huge threat. In my opinion, the idea of protection against currency devaluation has perhaps been the main driver of short domain prices.
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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 23

Posted on 25 January 2016 by Andrei

Offering a really nice portfolio of premium LLLLs today, final price reductions, should be interesting. Can’t believe I’ve already sent 23 issues of my newsletter, it’s ridiculous how time flies haha. As time passed, the newsletter ended up carving a little niche for itself, I didn’t start out with the intention of focusing on LLLLs but that’s what ended up happening :)

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Posted on 23 January 2016 by Andrei

Things seem to be on the right track with my YouTube channel (through which I explain important concepts through entertaining one-minute animations), with one of the 5 videos already at over 1,000 views. This is pretty awesome in light of the fact that I haven’t really promoted this project yet, most of the views are simply people from the YouTube “ecosystem” who searched for certain keywords and clicked on my video.
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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 22

Posted on 18 January 2016 by Andrei

I’m keeping things simple today, old school all the way: here’s the list (16 premium LLLL.coms), here are the prices, first come/first served. Given the fact that my newsletter is read by people from all continents (with most of the growth obviously coming from China), complicating things would make the overall experience worse for everyone involved in my opinion.
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NamesCon 2016 Extended Auction Underway

Posted on 13 January 2016 by Andrei

The live event generated a little under $1,500,000 in sales, great result IMO. I watched the auctions but didn’t end up buying anything.
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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 21

Posted on 11 January 2016 by Andrei

When’s the best time to buy domains? When your competitors are at NamesCon :)

I’m selling 14 awesome premium LLLL dot coms today using a very flexible sales approach, with individual as well as bulk prices: -edited: the domains have been removed-.
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Domaining and the Rat Race

Posted on 10 January 2016 by Andrei

A significant percentage of the people I interact with, both online and offline, are workaholics. The more time passes, the more people seem to be entrenched in the proverbial rat race and this got me thinking about domaining as well as the idea of making money online in general.
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Hope Everyone’s Having Fun @ NamesCon

Posted on 09 January 2016 by Andrei

The “official” NamesCon start date is January 10 but I’m sure informal gatherings are already taking place, I hope people will have lots of fun and make money while they’re at it!
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Posted on 08 January 2016 by Andrei

I’m pretty excited about the three new features started 2016 with. First and foremost (and this is something non-US domainers will certainly appreciate), they’ve expanded their office hours from 8 am – 4 pm to 8 am – 11 pm which is a huge improvement.
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Comments (3) Case Study – Part 3

Posted on 05 January 2016 by Andrei

My YouTube channel is, one step at a time, starting to become genuinely useful. As most of you already know, I’ve recently started explaining important economic concepts/principles/etc. through catchy one-minute animations.
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