The term domaining has broadened its reach in recent times, encompassing not just the basic buying and selling of domains, but also website flipping, whereby one buys a solid domain, develops it thematically and flips it for a tidy profit as a ready made business (see flippa.com for reference). It also encompasses the hunting down of aged domains. Many Internet
1. A late night moment of registration madness You’re tired and you should be asleep, but instead your creative mind begins to move your fingers across the keyboard as you tap in ridiculous domain name combinations that appear like the most amazing domains ever created. Why isn’t this one registered already? Because it’s rubbish and
Whether domainer, business CEO, or wannabe blogger, owning your own domain name is hugely important for a number of reasons. The fact is, there is no better brand than “brand you,” unless of course you have a bad reputation you want to hide. Owning your own domain name allows you to leverage your business and personal success
It sounds a little morbid, but have you ever stopped to think what happen to all your domains if you dropped down dead today? When you consider the potential worth of your portfolio, it is worth making provisions for the protection of your domains in the event that you suddenly buy a farm in the sky. Here
There’s a lot of doom and gloom on line this week. I’ve read a number of articles and threads about falling domain sales prices, fear of the new gTLDs killing domaining completely, and less people getting in and more people getting out the industry. So is it time to get out? No, of course not.