Archive | November, 2015

Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 15

Posted on 30 November 2015 by Andrei

Crazy demand for LLLL dot coms as always, I’ve decided to focus exclusively on short domains from now on because that’s where the eyeballs are and that’s where the money is. This week, I’m selling an awesome premium LLLL, -domain removed-, excellent letters.
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Best Tech Black Friday /Cyber Monday Deals With International Shipping?

Posted on 28 November 2015 by Andrei

A historic event is about to take place: I’m kind-of-sort-of thinking about replacing my laptop and if I do, I’ll want a pretty high-end machine because I really hate going through the hassle of moving data and what not, so I’d rather not have to do it again anytime soon 🙂
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Best Non-New-gTLD Black Friday Deals for Domainers?

Posted on 27 November 2015 by Andrei

Earlier today, Konstantinos posted about the Black Friday deals he came across but unfortunately, most of them are for new gTLDs.
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Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted on 26 November 2015 by Andrei

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my US readers!

I have to admit, I don’t know too many things about Thanksgiving but what I do know is that taking advantage of any opportunity to be grateful for what you have is a great idea.
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Things I’ve Learned Over The Years: First Sale [Guest Post]

Posted on 25 November 2015 by Andrei

This post has been written by David George, admin at, dad, full-time real estate and mortgage expert, part-time domainer.

Another day, is what I was thinking when I looked at my email that Wednesday morning, and noticed an unusual line saying, “I’m interested in your domain name”. I had never sold a domain name before and this was 2002, a time when the only thing I was doing was buying domains here and there for development. I was deeply involved in lead generation for my company at the time, creating thousands of leads for each week for mortgage loans.
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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 14

Posted on 23 November 2015 by Andrei

With each week that passes, LLLL dot coms are getting harder and harder to find. As more domains end up in strong hands, the pool of available inventory diminishes. Last week, I sold everything I had. The week before, I did the same. The week before that, same scenario and it’s precisely what happened 4 weeks ago as well. Crazy demand. Just crazy.
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Let’s Help Natasha!

Posted on 23 November 2015 by Andrei

This is unfortunately going to be a post about how life really, really sucks sometimes. Tim is a fellow domainer, I’ve interacted with him a few times and can tell you he’s a real go-getter. Unfortunately, life can even throw a curveball to such people and his wife was recently diagnosed with very aggressive cancer.
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What Helps You Relax?

Posted on 21 November 2015 by Andrei

No matter what you do for a living, “logging out” every once in a while makes sense.

For your long-term productivity, for your physical well-being and for the little sanity you have left 🙂
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Do You Help Your Favorite Bloggers Make Money?

Posted on 20 November 2015 by Andrei

I really like YouTube and there are certain content producers there that I have lots of respect for. Therefore, whenever possible, I help these people make money. By buying merchandise from them, by helping them fund projects through kickstarter-type campaigns and so on.
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Bloggers Make Considerably Less Than People Think

Posted on 19 November 2015 by Andrei

… at least if we’re talking about direct revenue from blogging.

Yesterday, I posted about the fact that I’m looking for guest bloggers (one of them will publish his introductory article soon and tell us a thing or two about what he did right/wrong, all that good stuff) and one of my readers asked me why I’m not paying for articles.
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