Archive | November, 2016

Why I Think the NameJet Changes Actually *Are* Good News

Posted on 24 November 2016 by Andrei

First of all, let me just say that sure, I understand why some of you think it’s funny that an email about a 2.5% fee being added starts with the text ‘We have some exciting news to share!’ 🙂

But leaving that aspect aside, the changes actually do represent great news for a lot of domainers.
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What Trump’s Win Means for Domaining

Posted on 09 November 2016 by Andrei

Let’s not discuss politics anymore, the US has chosen Trump as its president and it’s their right to do that at the end of the day.

Instead, let’s focus on what interests us more (domaining) and try to figure out what effect Trump’s win will have on the value of our assets.
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Let’s Assume I Want to Invest in .Blog Domains…

Posted on 07 November 2016 by Andrei

As Konstantinos pointed out earlier today, those who want to buy good .blog domains don’t just have to cough up a huge upfront fee, they have to pay the fee in question each and every year.

Yaaaaaay! /sarcasm
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Will the US Election Outcome Affect Domain Values?

Posted on 03 November 2016 by Andrei

First and foremost, I don’t want this to be a political post, I’m writing it as an economist who’s analyzing an asset class (domain names). Also, I want to make it clear that I don’t live in the US, so even if I wanted to, I can’t vote.
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