A message to frustrated ".com" domainers.

Lesson 1: I do not buy ".com" domain names;
Lesson 2: if you work in the domain name business, you use a domain name ending in ".domains", not ".com";
Lesson 3: I only answer emails ending in ".email", other endings won't be read;
Lesson 4: in regard to domaining, I only visit websites ending in ".domains";
Lesson 5: all this is a joke, I don't buy domain names ;-)

Domaining for new gTLDs "only".

Domaining for new gTLDs "only".

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

.Club To Auction 25 Domain Names (1 and 2 letter domains)

25 .CLUB domains
An auction:
Extract: "Beginning October 29th and ending November 5th, .Club Domains and EachNic.com bring you a series of five fast moving auctions that will last three days each. You can bid directly online from the EachNic.com platform or through a third party auction concierge".


Monday, September 28, 2015

DNpric.es Compares Aftermarket for 3 new gTLDs

New gTLD concerned:

  • .GURU
  • .NINJA


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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Premium Renewals Just Don’t Make Sense

Premium domains

"At $5,400 per year, you’d be investing $54k if you want to buy and hold for ten years. $54k gets you a gem of a one word dot com… I’d be willing to sell my Fanboys.com domain for just $7.5k or Instability.com for $3,500, after which you’ll only pay 8-9 bucks a year to keep them".

Source: http://domainingtips.com/premium-renewals-just-dont-make-sense.html.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

In which new gTLDs I believe (and which I would buy)

From Jean Guillon:
There are news gTLD strings in which I believe more than others. The problem is that there are so many! I check registration volumes every week and I can tell one thing for sure: I am not wrong with my choices and here is my short list:
Source: http://www.gtld.club/2015/09/which-new-gtld-would-i-apply-for-in.html.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Monte Cahn Shares His Domaining Experience

Investing in domain names according to Verisign

Extract: "Everyone wants to make money. But having focused, specific goals can help direct your activities as well as indicate when you’ve achieved your goals. Are you looking for a short-term (and potentially smaller) gain, or are you looking to take advantage of a trend for a potentially larger gain over a longer time period? Setting your expectations on the amount of your investment, return on investment and preparing for possible contingencies can help define your “entry” and “exit” strategy for your investment in a domain name and drive you to success".

Source: http://www.verisign.com/en_US/domain-names/domain-investing/investing-in-domain-names/index.xhtml.

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Tutorial: Find Cheap High PR Expired Domains

What you'll learn:

  1. Preparing the stage – a few words about PR and the method we will use to find cheap quality expired domains.
  2. A step-by-step tutorial on finding cheap high PR expired domains – whether you are looking for a single expired domain or a bunch, this is the fastest way you can find them.
  3. The best practices when looking for quality expired domains – an expired domain might look like it is a gold nugget, but before you rush to register it, read this section.
  4. A summarizing conclusion – bottom line is.

Source: http://www.inetsolutions.org/find-cheap-high-pr-expired-domains-step-by-step-tutorial/.

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Thursday, September 10, 2015

A list of EAP Day 1 Donuts 2 letter domains sales

I was just sent this list:
  1. on.camera
  2. at.business
  3. of.business
  4. we.care
  5. jd.cafe
  6. mc.cafe
  7. ny.city
  8. qr.codes
  9. jd.company
  10. tv.cool
  11. tv.deals
  12. rx.delivery
  13. ny.digital
  14. we.discount
  15. an.education
  16. ef.education
  17. ma.education
  18. jd.email
  19. jd.express
  20. jd.finance
  21. we.finance
  22. hs.football
  23. sf.football
  24. re.fund
  25. we.insure
  26. jd.international
  27. re.lease
  28. we.lease
  29. no.life
  30. ny.life
  31. rv.loans
  32. tv.network
  33. mr.pizza
  34. re.place
  35. dr.plumbing
  36. wb.plus
  37. az.rentals
  38. ny.rentals
  39. ac.repair
  40. ab.school
  41. do.school
  42. jd.school
  43. md.school
  44. rn.school
  45. tv.show
  46. dr.tax
  47. no.tax
  48. us.tax
  49. 01.taxi
  50. 51.run
  51. ny.today
  52. tv.today
  53. mo.town
  54. en.vision
  55. re.vision
  56. we.watch
  57. dp.world
  58. pc.world

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

.Club sells another $100k in premium domain names

Extract: ".Club’s domains come with a one time premium rather than annual renewal. Last month it sold 15 premium .club domains through nine different sources, led by 6 sales at GoDaddy. The top sales were Super.club (not supper) for $7,095, and Sea.club and Betting.club for $7,000 each".

Source: http://domainnamewire.com/2015/09/08/club-banks-with-more-premium-sales-in-august/.

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Sunday, September 6, 2015

August: highest single sale remains Wine.club at $140,000.00

Extract: "This report presents all public registry reserved premium name sales that occurred during the month of August 2015, including the domain name, retail price, and registrar or marketplace where the name was registered. We have also included, but not in the sales totals, names that have sold in auction on SnapNames as part of our recently launched dropping domains program".

Source: http://nic.club/club-august-registry-reserved-premium-name-snapnames-sales-report/.

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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Jean is testing Flippa

Flippa: I hear more and more about Flippa, so it is time to see if it does any better than Sedo.

Source: https://flippa.com/domain-catalogs/19357.

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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Is China The New King of Domains?

Extract: "gTLDs are not under the control of the Chinese government. The ICANN controlled gTLDs are harder to seize without proper legal documentation versus their domains (.com.cn/.cn) which can be often seized without notice".

Source: https://namecorp.com/china-the-new-king-of-domains/.

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