When you’re looking to find some information about domain names, the people in the industry, or the (DomainSherpa estimated) $4+ billion industry, start in this category.
At the end of every show I ask the audience to take a moment and post a comment, question, or simply say thanks to the Sherpa being interviewed.
This time I’m giving thanks to two individuals that have done so — with a six month membership to the brand-new Coffee.club.
November 28, 2014
Adam Dicker and Michael Cyger will pick one domain name and walk the whole T.R.A.F.F.I.C audience through everything — from “A to Z” in building that domain name into a real business.
The session will include evaluating the size of the market, determining the best business model to monetize the business, what products/services could be offered, what content will need to be written for the website, what functionality the website will require, what the ongoing marketing plan should include, how to find and form business partnerships and affiliates, and much more.
May 5, 2014
My family is going to be doing a little traveling this summer, so I’ve decided to take the month of June off from recording new interviews. It’s a first for me to take that much time off, and I may decide later that I’m stir crazy – but we’ll see.
As you prepare for your summer vacations and staycations, whether they are in June, July or August, I wanted to provide you with a list of some of the most useful and popular interviews from the past two years of 118 recorded interviews and tutorials.
June 3, 2013
Check out. Benchmark. Spy.
Call it what you want, but if you want to do that this is the video to watch.
This video walks you through exactly how to spy on your competitors using free online tools. Find out what technology powers DomainNameWire.com, DNForum.com and DomainSherpa.com, as well as a few others. See their back links, and traffic estimates too.
August 6, 2012
Some of the new generic top level domains (gTLDs) will succeed, but most will fail if they don’t follow the advice Xavier Buck recommends in this interview.
Learn how Buck became the “king of ccTLDs” by offering customers the most comprehensive collection of country code top level domains, and how his developing ecosystem affords insights not many others have access to.
June 18, 2012
Traditionally, a business is established with a name and a telephone number that do not change. A domain name should be considered an equally essential part of conducting business.
Although not a required element of registering a business, a domain name allows a business to establish a website, create its online identity and build its overall brand. All of which lead to marketing success.
September 4, 2011
With over 97 percent of Google’s $33.3 billion in revenue over the past year coming from online advertising, the search engine giant has been wildly successful in selling pay-per-click advertising on the Internet, making over $54 per click for top-ranked keywords.
The question for domain name investors and entrepreneurs is: Are you focusing your investment and development efforts in the most lucrative areas?
August 14, 2011
Picking a domain name for your new business, product or service is often the most challenging part of launching an enterprise. After all, you want a website that is easy to remember, does not have too long a name and will stand out among the crowd of websites on similar topics.
The process of picking a name is complicated by the fact that so many domain names have already been taken. To help you achieve the often difficult task of selecting a domain name, we have compiled a list of 20+ useful tools and websites.
August 7, 2011
There’s a big difference between domain name investing and domain name cybersquatting.
Honest domain investors looking to avoid any legal trouble should make sure they are well versed in all the relevant laws and regulations.
July 24, 2011
The millions of domain names that are bought and sold every year have given rise to an industry of countless domain name investors.
Despite their vast numbers, however, most domainers fall into one of four types: Freshmen, Hustlers, Builders and Aristocrats.
June 26, 2011