Category Archives: Domain Names

Are .Com Domains Headed For A Fall?

There are already over 400 new gTLDs available right now, such as .music, .shop, .love, .nyc, .eco., .news, .hotel, .dentists, and .money, with thousands more soon to come. There is a huge debate within the domain industry as to whether or not these domains will succeed, and if they do, will .com still remain king.… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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 –… Read More »

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… Read More »

Domain Names I Sold – 2012

It is now halfway through the year, so I figured it would be a good time to post a list of domains that I sold so far in 2012: FishingAddict.com – $6250 HireDesigners.com – $2500 MagicSpell.com – $4950 PixPlus.com – $6250 BestAmmo.com – $200 OceanSpring.com – $1,000 ComedyHour.com – $2,000 DreamChamber.com – $400 FightFire.com –… Read More »

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)… Read More »

Big Domain Purchases – Part 2

Earlier this year I bought some big domain names (such as Physical.com – see my blog posting about it) to develop into websites, even though I already have 5,000 other domains I have not developed yet. As with many of the things I do online, this was an experiment to see if I could make… Read More »

Domain Names I Recently Sold – September 2011

Below is a list of some of the domain names that I sold in the past 9 months: WebStartups.com – $5,000 CouponJunkies.com – $4,000 BestFirearms.com – $500 GetEngaged.com – $7,000 Zabber.com – $500 Winloot.com – $1,000 Venturefund.com – $5,000 Quicktrades.com – $2,000 HugoBooks.com – $500 Findgifts.net – $1,100 Buygifts.net – $1,100 Birdwatchers.net – $1,500 4RentalCars.com… Read More »

Interviews and Publicity – Do They Bring Fame and Fortune?

I was recently interviewed about my domain name business, and although doing any interview is always exciting, what made this one different is that it was my first video interview. You can view it at DomainSherpa. This was my first time ever using Skype or any video chat type software, and I have only ever… Read More »

My 9000 Domains – Part 2

In a previous posting, I pondered What To Do With My 9000 Domain Names?. It has been 6 months since I wrote that, so I though I would give my readers an update: 1. Yesterday I sold a package of 4000 of my domains for $1.3 million. These domains were all parked (i had no… Read More »