Archive | July, 2016

Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 46

Posted on 25 July 2016 by Andrei

I usually keep my newsletter “business only” but today, aside from asking people to make offers on the domains I’m putting on the table (,,,,, and, I’m also offering a few free copies of the book I’ve been working on over the past 3 years to those who want to start reading it right away and can offer some constructive feedback this week.
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I Will Answer One Question Thoroughly

Posted on 23 July 2016 by Andrei

If you guys want to pick my brain, now’s the chance to do it: I will answer one question you have for me thoroughly and privately.

Some of you might want to ask me something about issues you wouldn’t like others to know about (your current business model, a future project idea and so on), so I realize asking you guys to post questions in the “comments” section wouldn’t be the best approach.
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$40-$50 Renewals? Seriously?

Posted on 20 July 2016 by Andrei

I don’t want to be a “perma-naysayer” when it comes to new gTLDs but a lot of things about them leave me scratching my head… to put it mildly.

Here on DomainingTips, the #1 question I want to answer is not “Are new gTLDs a good option?” but rather “Are new gTLDs a good option FOR DOMAINERS?”
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Can we fight against non-linear terrorism using linear thinking?

Posted on 15 July 2016 by Andrei

Like all of you, I’m shocked by the increasing frequency of terrorist attacks, the most recent one being in Nice. We humans are problem solvers and, naturally, once you get over the shock of the news, you cannot help but ask yourself: what can be done?
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Why Risk Your Money When the Odds Are Stacked Against You?!?

Posted on 13 July 2016 by Andrei

Look, I don’t mind taking risks. In fact, as an entrepreneur and investor, you could say I take calculated risks for a living.

But when it comes to new gTLDs, I just don’t understand the equation. Why on Earth do people invest in them when there are lots and lots of more attractive investment options out there?
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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 45

Posted on 11 July 2016 by Andrei

It’s been a loooooong time since I’ve sent a newsletter without short domains but here we are, none whatsoever today 🙂

Limiting myself to 4 awesome dot coms, final price reductions for all of these: -edited: the domains have been removed-.
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Enom, NameCheap, Moniker and Others DESPERATELY Need a Safer Push System

Posted on 08 July 2016 by Andrei

The current push system these companies (these three were the first I thought of, there may very well be several more) have is, quite frankly, nothing short of dangerous.

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Want My Honest Opinion About Your Domaining Strategy?

Posted on 06 July 2016 by Andrei

I’ve offered to analyze people’s portfolios every now and then on DomainingTips but I’ve never analyzed the domaining strategy of my readers. In other words, I’ve never had readers tell me about what they currently do or intend to do to make money via domaining, then share my two cents.
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Posted on 05 July 2016 by Andrei

It’s been a while since I’ve written about how things are going with my One Minute Economics YouTube channel. For those of you that don’t know yet, it’s basically a channel through which I teach people economics via entertaining (I hope!) one-minute animations.

Well, thanks to yesterday’s video about pyramid schemes and Ponzi schemes, the channel has had its best day ever by far: 100+ subscribers in 24 hours!
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Happy 4th of July!

Posted on 04 July 2016 by Andrei

Happy 4th of July to all of my US readers!

I have to admit, I’ve never been into patriotic stuff all that much (mostly because I don’t understand expressions such as “I’m proud to be a citizen of /Insert Country Name/”… most people have simply been born in the country they currently live in, it’s not like they had any merit in the fact that they happened to be born there, I for one prefer to take pride in my own accomplishments) but have always respected the views of those who are.
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