Archive | May, 2013

Sedo GreatDomains May Ending on Thursday

Posted on 21 May 2013 by Andrei

This month’s inventory is pretty decent in my opinion.

The auctions will end in about 1 day and 20 hours, click HERE to take a look at all of the listings.

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NameCheap ccTLD Discounts in May

Posted on 20 May 2013 by Andrei

Using local companies for your ccTLD registrations can be pretty frustrating, so it’s good that a familiar registrar like NameCheap offers popular extensions such as .de,,, .ca and so on. Well, they have some discounts in May, so if you wanted to register or transfer a ccTLD anyway, you might as well do it now and save a buck.

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Want Me to Analyze Your Portfolio? Round 5

Posted on 19 May 2013 by Andrei

I feel like analyzing some more domain portfolios, so it’s time for round #5 🙂

If you want me to take a look at your portfolio and let you know what I think, continue reading.

I won’t write a novel about the portfolio, I’ll simply share my 2 cents and let you know:

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You *Can* Become a Successful Investor by… Flipping

Posted on 18 May 2013 by Andrei

Earlier today, Rick Schwartz wrote a post I kind of disagree with in the sense that his strategy is the optimal approach for his specific financial situation but not necessarily the best approach for everyone.

Rick is probably the most talented domainer when it comes to extracting the highest value out of a sale but what I will try to explain today is that extracting the most value out of a sale is not always the best approach and that even if it sounds weird, you *can* be a successful investor by flipping under the right circumstances.

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The Renewal Cost of a Domain = Pocket Change

Posted on 17 May 2013 by Andrei

… but that doesn’t mean you should register thousands of “meh, it’s only 8 bucks” domains because when renewal time is around the corner, it would definitely add up 🙂

I said this a while back as well: let’s assume you have a budget of $8,000 and that there are two scenarios:

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Dot Coms at $0.99, $2.49 and $2.95

Posted on 16 May 2013 by Andrei

Time for this week’s GoDaddy coupons 🙂

I’m pretty sure the $2.49 and $2.95 coupons work for all countries, not sure about the $0.99 one though.

It might work as well but I don’t know for sure, didn’t try it personally.

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Step Away from Your Keyboard… Sloooowly

Posted on 15 May 2013 by Andrei

Most domainers/entrepreneurs *need* to spend more time away from the Internet in order to become better at… making money on the Internet?!? It sounds weird but it’s true.

Too much of a good thing can be bad for you and the Internet is no exception.

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To Sell or Not to Sell?

Posted on 14 May 2013 by Andrei

Some people don’t sell unless they genuinely receive an offer they can’t say no to, nothing wrong with that. However, in my opinion, it isn’t the optimal approach for most domainers due to budget-related constraints.

Sure, if you have a *lot* of capital and no liquidity-related problems, then you’re not a motivated seller.

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The Reseller Market Needs Our Help

Posted on 13 May 2013 by Andrei

The end user market is chugging along in my opinion but the reseller market, in terms of activity, has seen better days and I’m sure most of you guys can confirm that.

Why does it need *our* help?

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Two GoDaddy Coupons – $0.99 and $2.49

Posted on 12 May 2013 by Andrei

The better one ($0.99) only works for customers located in the US or Canada, while the $2.49 coupon should work for everyone. Both of them only work for one domain and if I’m not mistaken, you can only use them for dot coms (so for a dot com new registration or transfer).

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