Posted on 02 August 2016 by Andrei
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve written an update about my One Minute Economics YouTube channel and I’m pleased to say that the channel now has more than 1,000 subscribers (about 1,200 at the moment of writing)
At this point, I try to stick to a bi-weekly posting schedule by publishing one video on Tuesday (I’ve actually published my most recent one, about shadow banking, a few seconds ago) and one on Saturday.
Posted on 25 July 2016 by Andrei
I usually keep my newsletter “business only” but today, aside from asking people to make offers on the domains I’m putting on the table (RRRU.com, Articles.biz, Obituarist.com, Reciprocations.com, MegaSites.com, BillionDollarMedia.com and CAQY.com), I’m also offering a few free copies of the book I’ve been working on over the past 3 years to those who want to start reading it right away and can offer some constructive feedback this week.
Posted on 11 July 2016 by Andrei
It’s been a loooooong time since I’ve sent a newsletter without short domains but here we are, none whatsoever today
Limiting myself to 4 awesome dot coms, final price reductions for all of these: -edited: the domains have been removed-.
Posted on 05 July 2016 by Andrei
It’s been a while since I’ve written about how things are going with my One Minute Economics YouTube channel. For those of you that don’t know yet, it’s basically a channel through which I teach people economics via entertaining (I hope!) one-minute animations.
Well, thanks to yesterday’s video about pyramid schemes and Ponzi schemes, the channel has had its best day ever by far: 100+ subscribers in 24 hours!
Posted on 27 June 2016 by Andrei
Today, I’m asking people to make an offer on 6 gems: GGHK.com, BHWW.com, Fanboys.com, Instability.com, AffiliateMarketers.com (website included) and MegaSites.com (website included). The main and only “catch” is that you’re only allowed to make one offer. That’s it. It’s been a while since I tried this approach, should be interesting.
Here’s the full text of the newsletter:
Posted on 20 June 2016 by Andrei
Giving people short domains (final price reductions for -edited: the domains have been removed-) as well as keyword domains (297 of them) today, should be interesting. It’s been quite a while since I’ve featured keyword domains on the newsletter, so why not?
At $99 a pop, the price isn’t exactly prohibitive and it’s a large list, so the likelihood of people finding something that’s right up their alley is reasonably high.
Posted on 09 June 2016 by Andrei
After a month-long hiatus, it’s time to get back to business and today’s newsletter has some very juicy and well-priced inventory: GGHK.com and BHWW.com at $1,399 each, RRHK.com at $1,299 and NHKT.com at $1,199.
Posted on 07 May 2016 by Andrei
I’m trying to increase my video publishing frequency and today, it’s time for a new case study update, this time about my one-minute dot com bubble explanation. In my opinion, you just *have* to publish a video about the dot com bubble on an economics channel. Everyone’s talking about the great depression and the great recession (my next video) but in my opinion, the dot com bubble is equally fascinating.
Posted on 02 May 2016 by Andrei
With names like WCWD.com at $1,499 and LLLLs at $249 a pop, I expect these to go quickly. My favorite moments as someone who is running a domain sales newsletter is seeing domains sold within minutes after an email has been sent. Can’t put a price on that
Posted on 28 April 2016 by Andrei
I’m sorry but they just aren’t in my opinion, definitely not at the 15% commission level.
Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind paying 15% if the service is worth it. If I can only sell a domain for $1,000 and you can obtain $2,000 for it, I’d gladly pay you 15% because even after subtracting your commission, I’m still left with $1,700. Way better than the $1,000 I can obtain. I’d even be willing to pay 30% because hey, subtract your $600 commission and I’d be left with $1,400 which is still considerably better than $1k. Even a 40% commission leaves me $200 ahead… you get the point.