I’m finally getting more into developing my domains and at first I’m planning to build a few small adsense sites on the city names and generics. Here is one I did this week BethelPark.com – Bethel Park is a city of 33.5k people in Pennsylvania. This one is a small site with 10 content pages…. Read more »
An interesting series of posts by Rick here: What makes a domain sellable? What makes a domain sellable part 2 What makes a domain sellable, part 3 What makes a domain sellable, part 4 Some good tips there and I can agree with most. Domains with clear and obvious use are much easier to sell…. Read more »
Jpost, the top israeli newspaper, published an article on the upcoming Israel.com auction at moniker You would think Israel.com would be an exciting, detailed Web site on the Jewish state, designed to attract tourists from abroad. But when the Web address is punched in to your Internet browser, all you get is a simple page… Read more »
DomainMagnate.com presents an interview with Jeff from DomainBits.com Details about yourself, occupation, age, location. Hi Michael! Thanks for the interview. I’m in my late 30s, and live in Ottawa, Canada, with my wife and 4-year old son. My wife and I work together from home – on domaining as well as marketing and running our… Read more »
DomainMagnate.com presents an interview with Daniel, or tetrapak on NamePros and DNForum. Daniel is 23 and a full time domainer/web developer – How long have you been into domaining and how did you get into it? The story how i got into the domain industry is a bit funny, at least i can laugh now….. Read more »
If you, like over 95% of other domainers, want to develop some of your domains with minimal effort and expenses into a site that can bring revenue, here is one of the best and easiest methods: Set up a bidding directory. What is a bidding directory? It’s a regular web directory based on the auction… Read more »
This posts discusses the unique potential of the top quality CVCV.com names and provides valuable tips and updates on where to get them at bargain prices. LLLL.com remains the most frequently traded type of domains between domainers on the forums and it’s thus important to know the prices and be aware of the market trends… Read more »
A new interesting cover story on dnjournal There are certain names that everyone in this industry knows, names that newcomers normally encounter within hours of entering the domain business. Names like Rick Schwartz, Kevin Ham, Frank Schilling, the Castello Brothers and others from a small band of pioneers who have reached the top of a… Read more »
Here is some interesting information about the .in domaining space. .in domains became available for registration only in 2005 (there was .co.in before that, which is less popular now) and all the top names are taken by several individuals/organizations. There are currently around 400k-500K .in domains registered. For comparison .asia which just started recently has… Read more »
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