Archive | March, 2011

NameCheap One Day Promo – Dot Com Transfers at $4.99

Posted on 31 March 2011 by Andrei

You can transfer up to 10 dot com domains from your current registrar to at only $4.99 a pop (they’re basically losing money by putting this deal on the table, a very aggressive customer acquisition strategy) if and only if you act quickly. The promo ends today at 11:59 PM EST if I’m not mistaken and if you want to take advantage of this offer, simply initiate the transfer(s) and use the coupon code “BYEBYEGD” when checking out.

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Google’s Response to Facebook’s “Like” Button

Posted on 30 March 2011 by Andrei

Something extremely important is happening right now and as a person who earns a living online (domainer/webmaster/whatever), it’s in your best interest to stay on top of things: Google has launched “+1”, a feature similar to the FB “Like” button which is currently available for search results/AdWords listings and will soon be available for websites.

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Rick Latona “No Reserve” Auction on Sedo

Posted on 30 March 2011 by Andrei

Rick Latona is auctioning some very nice domains such as and on Sedo (no reserve), the auctions started yesterday if I’m not mistaken and will end in 6 days.

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Posted on 29 March 2011 by Andrei

As per Elliot’s twitter update, it seems donated the entire $500 amount to Elliot’s charity campaign even though the Facebook fan count goal wasn’t met. According to another twitter update, $7k have been raised so far. Very classy, congrats guys!

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Case Study #2 – (Article Writing Services)

Posted on 27 March 2011 by Andrei

As promised in December when I published my case study, I’m keeping you guys updated. My quest? Turning great domains into businesses and today marks the launch of my newest project, (articles written by US writers at 2 cents/word). Let’s not waste another second, here’s the second part of my no bs case study (same format):

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Want to Sell Some Domains?

Posted on 25 March 2011 by Andrei

If you want to sell some, or domains and are willing to price them realistically, email me ( the list (or the domain if you only own one). Please include asking prices as well. Possibly also interested in or very high quality domains.

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Did You Check Out

Posted on 23 March 2011 by Andrei

John from recently launched, an interesting project IMO and I wish him all the best. The concept is simple: you submit an entry (a domain you want to develop or an existing site which needs a re-design) and if it is voted by enough people, the project will be featured on the homepage.

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So Flipping Burgers Is Honorable and Selling Domains Isn’t? WTF?

Posted on 20 March 2011 by Andrei

This guy contacts me and wants to buy a domain, great. I ask him to make an offer, he says $150 and when I counter with a more than reasonable price, he starts ranting about how people like me suck, while flipping burgers is honorable. I’m sure most of you have come across at least one douchebag like this guy and only one thing bugs me: how can someone claim that selling unhealthy heart attack inducing burgers is honorable, while investing in something isn’t?

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New GoDaddy Coupon – $1.18 per Domain

Posted on 17 March 2011 by Andrei

There’s a new coupon for $1.18 domains in town! As always, only people who pay via credit card can use the coupon and it’s NOT limited to dot com domains (it’s easy to determine whether or not the coupon works for a certain tld, all you need to do is use it when checking out after trying to register a domain). Let’s get right down to business, the brand new GoDaddy coupon for $1.18 domains is “GETLUCKY”: have fun!

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No, I Won’t Broker Your Domain

Posted on 13 March 2011 by Andrei

Since buying, I’ve received my share of requests to broker domains and I always said no because after drawing the line, being a broker is just not worth your time if you’re a serious domainer unless we’re talking about category killer/blockbuster domains worth mid 6 figs or 7 figs and priced to sell. Let’s be realistic for just one moment, shall we?

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