Posted on 25 November 2015 by Andrei
This post has been written by David George, admin at Prycr.com, dad, full-time real estate and mortgage expert, part-time domainer.
Another day, is what I was thinking when I looked at my email that Wednesday morning, and noticed an unusual line saying, “I’m interested in your domain name”. I had never sold a domain name before and this was 2002, a time when the only thing I was doing was buying domains here and there for development. I was deeply involved in lead generation for my company at the time, creating thousands of leads for each week for mortgage loans.
Posted on 17 November 2015 by Andrei
Hi guys, I’m currently looking for someone who is interested in having a weekly or bi-monthly column on DomainingTips.com. Something along the lines of “Interesting Stuff That Happened This Week” but any other format/ideas will be taken into consideration.
Posted on 12 November 2015 by Andrei
… in fact, they might end up helping those who own them preserve or enhance their wealth.
Most people make the mistake of assuming that domains and stocks *have* to go down in value with every financial crisis but that’s just not true because it all depends on the nature of the crisis. If we’ll be dealing with an inflationary crisis as opposed to a deflationary one, the exact opposite will happen: assets will go up as a result of the crisis, not down.
Posted on 11 November 2015 by Andrei
A lot of times, when talking to domainers from Western countries, they tell me how they don’t understand the short domain phenomenon.
Domaining is changing, this much is certain.
Posted on 06 November 2015 by Andrei
The Chinese have always loved gold but at this point, gold as an asset class isn’t what it used to be for Chinese investors who want to move out of the country.
And make no mistake, this is the main driver of the short domain phenomenon: the fact that people from China want to protect themselves by moving at least some of their wealth abroad.
Posted on 28 October 2015 by Andrei
On DomainingTips, I frequently say things people don’t want to hear. I run this blog so that I can share my honest opinions about matters I consider important and love the fact that I get to make the rules. I’m not here to tell people what they want to hear, I want to tell people what I think they should hear. Today’s post won’t represent an exception.
Posted on 25 October 2015 by Andrei
Here on DomainingTips, I frequently say things that aren’t exactly in my best interest.
As a domaining blogger, you’re tempted to see the industry through rose-colored glasses, as if it’s somehow the best thing since sliced bread. Now don’t get me wrong, domaining is without a doubt awesome and in my case, it has literally been life-changing.
Posted on 16 October 2015 by Andrei
As I’m sure all of you have realized by now, there are more and more instances in which you end up negotiating with someone from China. There’s lots and lots of money in China these days and therefore, from a business perspective, it makes perfect sense to be prepared to negotiate with those from China.
Today, I will be sharing a few practical tips.
Posted on 03 October 2015 by Andrei
Don’t make the mistake of assuming, like many people do, that Chinese investors are simply mindlessly buying certain types of inventory because they don’t know better. I assure you, their reasons for buying are extremely rational.
Posted on 30 September 2015 by Andrei
Due to the fact that both of them are online assets, a lot of people make the huge mistake of assuming they’re pretty much the same thing. Nothing could be further from the truth, they are actually fundamentally different and today, I will try to explain why.