Posted on 04 January 2017 by Andrei
I’ve been driving all over the country over the past couple of weeks, which made blogging fairly difficult but here we are, at the start of 2017 and I think it makes sense that I dedicate this year’s first post to thanking the sponsors who made my book launch contest possible
Here they are, along with the prizes they’ve offered:
1) an iPhone 7 (ridiculously awesome phone) from Uniregistry
2) two NamesCon passes ($799 each)
3) three $300/year Whoisology plans
4) one Domaining Europe ticket (650 EUR value)
5) $250 in Escrow.com credit
6) two annual Efty Growth plans
7) $100 in credit that can be used for registrations as well as renewals from 101Domain
Posted on 18 December 2016 by Andrei
Last call guys, last chance to buy an awesome book at a steep discount and win one of these awesome prizes:
Posted on 17 December 2016 by Andrei
Just saying “Eric Borgos” in the title and nothing else is enough to make it clear the post is about something positive because pretty much everyone can confirm Eric has a positive vibe associated with everything he does. He’s honest, he’s always willing to share his experiences (… and talk about his mistakes as well, not just about the stuff he got right!) and most importantly, he’s a genuinely nice person.
Posted on 13 December 2016 by Andrei
Here we are, two days after the launch and Wealth Management 2.0 got its “Best Seller” badge of honor from Amazon, something I would have thought was just a dream two years ago:
Posted on 02 March 2016 by Andrei
Time sure does fly!
On the 31st of January 2008, the previous owner of DomainingTips published the first post and approximately 18 months later, I bought the blog from him and embarked on a journey I was very excited about. The rest, as they say, is history
Posted on 30 December 2015 by Andrei
Back in November 2012 (more than three years ago), I used to own a hosting business which has since been sold and made the following offer: 100% of the revenue generated over a certain period of time ended up being donated via Kiva. That way, you guys got decent cheap hosting and helped those in need while you were at it. The promotion lasted a couple of months and I was very happy with the results.
Posted on 23 August 2015 by Andrei
When I published the post about why I decided to start a domain sales newsletter yesterday and told you guys that you can submit domains for tomorrow’s test newsletter if you want to, my expectations weren’t high. After all, the newsletter hasn’t yet proven itself and I’m not even 100% sure I’ll make this a permanent thing. It all depends on the results and at this point, your guess is as good as mine as to whether or not this is going to work.