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Sedo : Dealing with well-known domainers on neutral platforms

Today’s most established domain investors span about 25 years of trading domain names for profit, if we account for a 1995 launch of the commercial Internet. Hello, Rick Schwartz! Some of us began their journey a bit later on, and are close to clocking two full decades of active domain investing. Activity status isn’t gauged [...] Continue reading


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GoDaddy is on the right path

It took a lot of effort for GoDaddy to provide a token report of sales, earlier today. Personally, I lost track of time; was it really in 2015 such numbers were last shared? Although the format isn’t perfect – very small sample of sales, four month delayed release of the monthly report – you can [...] Continue reading


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Domain inquiries: Is being nice a sign of weakness?

It’s been 20 years since my first domain sale took place in the summer of 2000, and boy, do I feel like it was yesterday. Despite not using any type of escrow and receiving a check from overseas in exchange for the domain, that first experience was a smooth event. The reason: I was dealing [...] Continue reading


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SedoPRO World Tour : A great experience 10 years ago

It’s been exactly 10 years since SedoPRO World Tour took place in Boston, Massachusetts. Attending the two day event was a tremendous experience, which I shared at the time, emphasizing the remarkable side of Sedo: its people. Reflecting on the past decade since 2010 and the challenges it has brought forth, both to the domain [...] Continue reading


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Zero force point: Don’t bend your own arm into buying that domain name

Every domain inquiry begins with the best intentions, as buyer and seller negotiate. It’s not just the price that affects the outcome of a negotiation on a domain name, but it’s the most important element of the exchange. If there is no agreement on the price, there will be no sale. When negotiations hit a [...] Continue reading


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Stolen domain names : The ethics of brokering stolen assets

Domain names have been stolen since the early days of the commercial Internet. The most known case involves the hijacking of Sex.com, a domain that was “milked” for its traffic, before it was returned via a court order to its registrant. There are thousands of domain names that have been stolen in the 25 years [...] Continue reading


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Uniregistry “affiliate plus” payouts update

As shared by Uniregistry, all affiliate earnings balances are to be paid by the end of this month, as the Affiliate Plus program was terminated. Today, I received my final payment from the program, and plan to use my “check” to buy more domains – that’s what domain investors do! It was a good revenue [...] Continue reading



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