Archive | November, 2010

The Black Friday and Cyber Monday Firesale!

Posted on 26 November 2010 by Andrei

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Domain Valuations Based on Revenue from Type-In Traffic – Are You Kidding Me?

Posted on 24 November 2010 by Andrei

It always amused me when I saw people who commented on forums about how they were “professional investors” because they bought non-typo domains strictly based on revenue from type-in traffic. I pictured them sitting on a chair in front of a desk and staring at a bunch of revenue statistics CONVINCED that what they were doing made perfect sense… but it was just a case of grown men playing pretend!

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ccTLDs – NOT for Everyone

Posted on 12 November 2010 by Andrei

Nobody can deny the fact that as far as most countries are concerned, their ccTLD tends to be the #1 choice for local businesses but does this mean that investing in ccTLDs is worth it? In my opinion, ccTLDs as an investment are not a great choice for the average domainer and here’s why:

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Why Do Some Domainers Burn Bridges?

Posted on 08 November 2010 by Andrei

I’ve noticed quite a few posts/threads on domaining forums where people brag about how they “taught that cheapskate end user a lesson” through a rude reply after the person in question made an offer the seller considered too low. I want to make one thing perfectly clear: if we want to be taken seriously as an industry, some of us need to grow up!

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