Amazon Unlimited Books Membership – A Review

Today Amazon.com introduced a new service called Kindle Unlimited, where you pay a $9.99/month and you can read as many e-books as you want (they call it “unlimited”, but it actually has a limit of holding on to 10 e-books at a time). It gives you access to over 600,000 e-books and thousands of audiobooks. […]

Bitcoin 2.0 – Making Money

I have recently been getting more involved in the wild and wonderful world of cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin), and now that I am more of an expert on the topic, I can share some of my experiences. The vast majority of the general public is still just trying to wrap their heads around the idea […]

My Outsourcing Adventure

Everyone already knows about pros and cons of outsourcing, but that’s not what I am here to discuss today. I did something a little strange and unusual, so bear with me while I explain. In previous blog postings, I have written about how I have never met most of my employees or even talked to […]

My Paperless Life

For several years I have been meaning to write a blog posting about how great it was to go from a messy stack of papers on my desk to a having paperless office. But, I have now moved on to even loftier goals. This is the year I began leading a paperless life. All my […]

Bitcoin Mania

Back in 2002 I created my own virtual payment system called DigiCredit (Click Here to read my blog posting about it), so I have some experience when it comes to digital currencies such as Bitcoin. In case you are not familiar with it, Bitcoin is virtual money that allows users to pay for things without […]

Are Premium Domains Worth It?

With hundreds of new domain extensions flooding the market in the coming months, the huge shift in website browsing over the past few years from PCs to mobile devices, and the growing popularity of social media marketing (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), one might wonder if buying a premium .com domain is worth it anymore. The answer […]

10 Reasons Why I Am Eager To Sell My Domains

Sales of my domains are the same now as they have been in previous years, but lately I have been much more eager to sell them than I used to be. In the past, I would hold out for what I thought a domain was worth, but now if I get a decent offer I […]

Domains Sold – 2013

The following is a list of domain names I have sold in the past 9 months: GreekGuide.com – $7500 RentPlaces.com – $2000 AddictionCenter.com – $5000 Vnac.com – $2000 ClickPharm.com – $900 STORESTUFF.COM – $2000 MediaFrenzy.com – $2500 BeddingMall.com – $1000 RogueStudios.com – $1000 SoftwareDeals.com – $6000 TopContests.com – $1250 Formcorporations.com, startcorporations.com, formcompanies.com, netincorporations.com, startcompanies.com – […]

How My Webhost Screwed Me Out Of $5000

I am currently having a dispute with my previous web host (Colo4jax), so I thought I would share it with you, as an example of the kind of thing that sometimes happens when running a company. For many years I had most of my sites hosted at Colo4Jax.com, which is a small web hosting company […]

2012 – A Year of Failures

As 2012 draws to a close, I though I would list how each of my business ventures did in 2012: The Bad Things of 2012: * I setup a bunch of new sites, but none of them have made any money: BigCelebrities.com – Social media rankings for over 15,000 celebrities using a proprietary formula that […]

I Give Up, Google Wins

For years I have been trying various ways to make money from my thousands of domain names. I sell a few each month, but much of that money goes towards covering the annual renewal fees (I pay around $9 per domain). It used to be that I could just park my names with a domain […]

Projects I Am Working On – Summer 2012

Since the goal of my blog is to give people an inside look at running an Internet business, here’s a somewhat random list of some of things I am working on right now: 1. I recently bought 19 websites from 15 different sellers over a one month period. Prior to that I had purchased maybe […]

Some Websites Are Just Not Worth It

Sometimes after I create a site, running it turns out to be more trouble than it is worth, so I shut it down. Here are some examples: 1. DigitalCharity.com – It all started in 2002 when shopaholic Karyn Bosnak started asking for donations online to pay off her $20,000 in credit card debt. It worked […]

KindActs.com

I launched a new site today at KindActs.com, to help motivate people to do random acts of kindness. I was inspired when I saw the “Kindness Boomerang” video by the charity Life Vest Inside on James Altucher’s blog, and remembered around 5 years ago that I had bought the domain KindActs.com (I think for $1250) […]