DomainSherpa interviews successful domain name investors and entrepreneurs – people we call Sherpas – who share their strategies and tactics to help you be more successful. Hosted by Michael Cyger.
Russ Artzt shares his insights on founding software company CA Technologies, building it to $4.5B, launching new products and services over the past 40 years, and how naming and branding took place in this Global 1000 company.
If that isn’t enough, Russ also gives us an overview of a new software company he’s developing that helps companies measure, analyze and improve their digital assets, including domain names, websites and third-party accounts.
September 19, 2016
This week includes a double dose of DomainSherpa!
In this excerpt of DNAcademy office hours, Michael Cyger walks students through two questions:
1. Does domain name parking still work today?
2. What types of domain names produce revenue with domain name parking?
September 8, 2016
Sales happen when you work backwards from YES.
Look for where the sales are, and turn yourself into a reverse engineer.
September 5, 2016
Google Apps for Business costs $60 per year for email hosting. I found an email hosting option for your domain name that only costs $0.06 per year.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you exactly how to set it up and use it.
August 15, 2016
How exactly did a 26-year-old sell 5 million dollars worth of domain names in 12 months?
James Booth joins DomainSherpa to share how he got started, built a name, a reputation and some serious credentials in the domain name industry.
August 8, 2016
On Saturday I presented at the Domain Startup Summit Pitchfest competition.
I’d appreciate your input on my business idea, Resolution Club, an application that uses your social media network to help you build a healthy habit, break an unhealthy one, or do something to make the world a better place.
August 1, 2016
The startup community LOVES .io domain names.
Never heard of .io and don’t believe me? Today’s Sherpa will convince you, as well as share a method to value .io domain names for end users.
Then, he shows you how to find, contact and sell your newly acquired .io domain names without being an @$$hole.
July 11, 2016
Excuses take away your choices, they take away your control…they are holding you back.
You can be better.
Today’s the day to get off your but.
July 4, 2016
There are three ways to determine if a domain name has type-in traffic: real data, estimated data, and historical data.
In today’s tutorial — coming to you from beautiful Victoria, British Columbia — I show you exactly how to determine if a domain name has type-in traffic with the tools I trust.
June 27, 2016
Millions of credit cards numbers are stolen every month, and bots continually scour the internet looking for websites to hack. The domain name industry is not immune to thieves and hackers.
A month doesn’t go by without a domain name being identified as stolen and the registrant frantically trying to stop it from changing registrars and leaving the country.
In this interview, David Weslow describes the three steps you can take to recover your domain name before it’s too late.
He also discusses the six steps you need to take to prevent a domain name theft from occurring in the first place.
June 6, 2016