Archive | February, 2013

Some People Never Fail

Posted on 17 February 2013 by Andrei

It’s possible to avoid failure in business or as an investor. It’s also possible to never ever cut yourself shaving, to never injure yourself and the list could go on and on.

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Domaining – Business or Investment?

Posted on 16 February 2013 by Andrei

Well, it can be both.

On the one hand, you can treat domains like any other investment (stocks, precious metals, you name it). You derive income from your main activity or activities (business, job or something else) and invest in domains among other things.

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Food and… Domains?

Posted on 15 February 2013 by Andrei

… 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.

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Domaining *Is* Dead. It’s All Over!

Posted on 14 February 2013 by Andrei

Yesterday, Mike from TheDomains disagreed with those who think domaining is dead. Well, I’m sorry Mike but you’re wrong.

Domaining is dead, it’s all over.

Everyone who keeps domains will end up losing their money, bam!

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The Web Is Still in Its Infancy

Posted on 13 February 2013 by Andrei

35% – the percentage of people who were using the Internet in 2011.

77.86% – the percentage of people using the Internet in the US.

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The Responsibility Is Yours, Not Theirs

Posted on 12 February 2013 by Andrei

Lots of people read domaining blogs because they want answers and not just news/facts, completely understandable. What will happen after new gTLDs go live? What will happen to the reseller market?

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How Much Does It Cost to Keep Your Portfolio?

Posted on 11 February 2013 by Andrei

One of the most common questions beginners have is something along the lines of:

“I have $x at my disposal, what next?”

A lot of people are tempted to invest their capital in lots and lots of registration fee domains and I’m not saying you can’t make money that way, not at all. What I’m saying is that investing your money in a handful of more valuable domain and investing your money in lots and lots of registration fee domains are two completely different things.

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New US/CA GoDaddy Discount Code – 3 Domains at $0.99 Each

Posted on 10 February 2013 by Andrei

This code only works for people from the US or Canada, it lets you register or transfer up to three dot coms at $0.99 each. So if you can put it to good use, do it as soon as possible, can’t guarantee the code will still work tomorrow.

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Lowballers

Posted on 09 February 2013 by Andrei

I know it’s tempting to either ignore lowballers or tell them to get lost but in my opinion, being polite is the best approach. It’s not all that uncommon to turn a lowball offer into a decent sale and even if it only happens every once in a while, it can still be worth it.

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SnapNames Webfest 2013 Extended Auction

Posted on 07 February 2013 by Andrei

As you know, the live event generated 500k+ in sales, so at least checking out their extended auction can’t hurt. There are quite a few domains, from no reserve listings to domains with 6 fig reserves such as Soft.com, OL.com, Tees.com and so on.

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