… yep, there are similarities. I consider myself a nutrition fanatic, so I spend more money on quality food than most people. And I notice this frequently: food isn’t all expensive but *quality* food is. I often see people with two-three full large shopping carts, yet they pay less for everything than I do for one cart that isn’t even full.
Food is, in my opinion, one of the most important investments you can make… an investment in yourself.
In most cases, the buck you save today by buying low quality food will come back to bite you in the you know what in the future if you’re not careful.
Therefore, I’ve developed a “quality over quantity” way of thinking that is also a great choice when investing in domains.
Domains aren’t expensive. 8 bucks a pop and there’s your domain.
Good domains however are and I honestly doubt that will change.
I wrote a post about the quality over quantity implications a few days ago.
I know it’s tempting to spend a $8,000 budget on 1,000 domains.
Using that same amount to buy just one domain or let’s say 4 at $2,000 each doesn’t seem as exciting… quantity tends to give us a sense of security but it’s often a false one.
Buying lots of cheap food might seem like a good idea or a bargain initially.
But if your health ends up deteriorating, that approach all of a sudden seems like the exact opposite of a good deal.
The same way, buying lots and lots of of mediocre/low quality domains might seem like an amazing decision but when renewal time comes… you get the point