Posted on 08 May 2016 by Andrei
I’m literally in firesale mode right now and today’s newsletter has it all: -edited: the domains have been removed-. Something on today’s list for everyone.
Here’s the full text of the newsletter and as always, the domains will be removed within 48-ish hours so as not to get indexed:
“I’ve never offered these domains at such low prices before, motivated to move inventory!
Let’s get right down to business:
-edited: the domains have been removed-
Payment via Escrow.com (buyer pays fee) or PayPal (add 3% if you cannot pay via masspay or “send to friend”).
To let me know which domain(s) you want, reply to this email or send a message to email@example.com.
Posted on 22 April 2016 by Andrei
I’ve never sold chips via Sedo yet here I am, now selling my top 3 LLLLs through them at no reserve as an experiment: DFBF.com, MTRR.com and JJRQ.com.
Posted on 10 November 2015 by Andrei
Wasn’t able to send the newsletter yesterday, so I’m sending it today instead, with some very juicy inventory to make up for it. 73 LLLL dot coms are being sold and from now on, the newsletter will focus on short domains pretty much exclusively because that’s where the money is and that’s where I need to be.
Posted on 30 October 2015 by Andrei
The price of a NamesCon ticket will go up from $399 to $599 on the 1st of November and I have to say, I really wish I could go. It’s reasonably priced and I’ve heard nothing but great things about it.
Posted on 17 August 2015 by Andrei
… in my opinion, the answer is closer to “no” than to “yes” and I will try to explain why. It’s easy to place all of the burden on registries and assume they have to buy their way towards end user awareness (billboards, TV ads, radio ads, online advertising of course and so on)… realistically speaking, that’s not going to happen. Why? Simply because they’d have to throw ridiculous amounts of money to obtain even a ridiculously small fraction of the results that dot com for example obtains effortlessly.
Posted on 10 August 2015 by Andrei
As some of you remember, I tried a little experiment back when Dot Berlin offered 100 free domains. I did a bit of research, found out what the most widely used letters in Germany are and hand registered 100 LLL Dot Berlin domains. Next, I pointed them to a very simple “domain for sale” page with a message in English and one in German (my German is a bit rusty but decent nonetheless) and waited until renewal time came along. On each “domain for sale” page, I displayed a very low Buy It Now price: 295 EUR.
Here we are, one year later and it’s time for some conclusions.
Posted on 20 August 2014 by Andrei
Only Dot Investments caught my attention but the registry has chosen a registration fee that’s let’s say on the high side (you can get a dot com for 10 years at that price) and as a domainer, I for one don’t see enough upside.
For this reason, I didn’t register any domains today.
Posted on 20 November 2013 by Andrei
Some people think that just because they let .co.uk registrants chose whether or not they want the .uk version before selling it to someone else, their approach is fair.
Sorry but in my opinion, it’s anything but fair.
Posted on 21 October 2013 by Andrei
I followed the auction through Vin’s twitter feed and DNN (here and here).
In my opinion, the results were decent and the most important thing is that we had a wide variety of domains, many of which were priced to sell.
Posted on 10 October 2013 by Andrei
Yesterday, I analyzed one of the most popular arguments among those who don’t believe in new gTLDs.
Today, I’ll analyze one of the most popular ones among those who do.