Posted on 01 October 2015 by Andrei
I’ve never been an amazingly active short domain investor. I’ve owned a few here and there but nothing spectacular, I’ve always preferred one word dot coms. My newsletter however has been and will continue to be dominated by short domains, especially LLLL dot coms (I’ll have quite a few nice ones next week, just like I had 100+ this monday).
Posted on 22 September 2015 by Andrei
The post Konstantinos published earlier today makes it clear that the life of a domaining blogger is anything but easy.
At time, it tends to be quite frustrating.
Posted on 29 August 2015 by Andrei
As someone who earns a living on the Internet, you might think I’m the type of person who always buys the latest gadgets. However, I’m the exact opposite and just wanted to see if I’m somewhat of an exception or if others also share my reluctance to spend money on technology-related stuff.
Posted on 20 August 2015 by Andrei
As the title suggests, today’s post will revolve around yours truly explaining why you shouldn’t trust me. It may sound weird but then again, I’m sure all regular DomainingTips readers are used to strange posts by now.
I have decided to write this post because it doesn’t just apply to me. It’s just as relevant when it comes to each and every other person you come across on the Internet.
Posted on 21 July 2014 by Andrei
I think I wrote the shortest post in “DomainingTips history” yesterday and the main reason was that, you guessed it: I wrote it on my smartphone. As much as I love you guys, I love my sanity more, so there’s no way I’m writing a long post on my smartphone. Today, I’ll elaborate a bit and explain why smartphones are (in my opinion, of course), utterly useless when it comes to real work.
Posted on 20 July 2014 by Andrei
Am I the only one who finds them utterly useless for *real* work?
Posted on 17 July 2014 by Andrei
I think a lot of new gTLD registry operators rationalized their fears away by saying something along the lines of “ok, most strings won’t be smashing hits but we’ll still break even in a reasonable timeframe” instead of trying to come up with ways to innovate.
The problem is this: even relatively soon in the game, we’re starting to see extensions with only a low 3 figure number of registrations after the first day of General Availability.
Posted on 09 April 2014 by Andrei
Nowadays, if you tell someone to be grateful for electricity or Internet access, you’ll probably get laughed at. Most people, especially tech savvy crowds like online entrepreneurs or domainers, tend to take these things for granted. But just stop for a moment and think about what would happen if you’d end up let’s say losing Internet access for one week. That’s it, just seven days.
Posted on 11 March 2013 by Andrei
During the 2000 – 2002 period, one Euro was worth less than a Dollar and that made sense. After all, the Dollar is the world’s reserve currency and it has been around for a considerably longer period than the Euro. But something happened and during certain periods of 2008, the Euro ended up costing almost 1.6 Dollars.
Posted on 22 February 2013 by Andrei
If you can help someone, do it. A lot of times, the little things count.
If you notice that a domain a friend/contact of yours most likely wants is on the market (maybe that first person’s first+last name combo, for example), let him or her know.