Archive | October, 2010

The Effect of New TLDs – My Opinion

Posted on 27 October 2010 by Andrei

Most people are in a “let’s wait and see” mode when it comes to new TLDs and it’s an attitude I don’t understand. As far as I’m concerned, the effects of new TLDs are fairly predictable, not exactly rocket science. If you want to find out how I think new TLDs will affect dot coms and the other extensions, read on:

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Why Not Make Money TODAY?

Posted on 24 October 2010 by Andrei

“Potential” is probably one of the top 3 words that domainers overuse. Potential this, potential that. I have one simple question for you: does potential put food on the table? Or here’s another one: lots of stores accept cash as well as credit/debit cards but how many accept potential?

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No, Domainers DON’T Have to Become Developers

Posted on 17 October 2010 by Andrei

Lots of people are rambling (especially on domaining forums) about how in order to survive, domainers need to become developers. In other words, learn how to build sites, how to generate traffic and how to monetize that traffic. Oh really? Well, I strongly disagree and here’s why:

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White Hat SEO = Oxymoron

Posted on 14 October 2010 by Andrei

I’ve received quite a few requests to offer “white hat SEO” advice and before publishing a series of “SEO Tips for Domainers” posts on, I thought I’d make one thing perfectly clear: there’s no such thing as “white hat SEO”, it’s an oxymoron. If you’ve paid for as little as one link, then I’m sorry but your hat is no longer white and here’s why:

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Why TRAFFIC South Beach Will Be a Success

Posted on 11 October 2010 by Andrei

Since I write a lot of posts about things that suck, I thought I’d make an exception today and write about something which doesn’t haha. Given the fact that Rick and Howard are offering a $300 discount if you sign up today, I thought it would be a good idea to publish the post while their offer is still live. Alright then, here’s why I think that TRAFFIC South Beach will be a success:

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John Reese Selling via Sedo ($1,000,000)

Posted on 11 October 2010 by Andrei

John Reese has decided to say goodbye to the marketing industry in order to focus on his #1 dream: taking the Video Game/Entertainment business he is running to the next level. A brokerage agreement has been signed with Sedo and the domain will be listed at $1,000,000.

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Comments (17) Has Received a $4,500,000 Bid

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Andrei

I’ve just received an email from Moniker with an update on the DomainFest Prague conference (over 200 attendees) and seems to have received a bid ($4,500,000) which is quite close to its reserve. What do you guys think, will be sold?

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Comments (18) Extends $1 Membership Promotion until Halloween

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Andrei

Mike from has launched a new domain auction website, In order to take advantage of their $1 per year membership special, you need to sign up for an account and pay before it’s too late. The $1 fee is just a formality, so it’s really a no-brainer if you’re a domainer. Why risk missing out on a great deal just so you can save a buck (literally)?

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316 Exact Match Dot Coms Will Be Added to the Marketplace Next Week

Posted on 03 October 2010 by Andrei

… but before making it “official” by adding all of the 316 exact match product name dot coms to the marketplace, I’m giving my readers a chance to snag some before everyone else sees ’em. $65 to buy a domain directly, $55 to push it to auction. First come, first served. Email me at to let me know which domain(s) you’d like to buy.

Here they are:

– Offer No Longer Available –

Oh and there are 717 domains in our marketplace at the moment of writing, click HERE if you want to take a look.

The same principle applies: $65 if you want to buy the domain directly or $55 if you want to push it to auction on As previously mentioned, you need to simply send an email to with the domains you want to purchase in order to buy them (first come, first served).

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