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If you’re tired of your registrar nickel-and-diming you for features or being slow as molasses to add improvement or fix bugs, you can do something about it: build your own registrar.
Today’s guest did exactly that, from the ground up.
You’ll hear what is required to build a registrar, how he chose his technology stack, how long the process takes, and what decisions are required for branding and marketing. You’ll also learn about his unique business model for generating revenue.
December 5, 2016
Are the emails you send to potential buyers even being opened?
And if your emails are being read, when and how often should you follow up to increase your chances of closing a sale? >> I tell you in this tutorial. <<
November 7, 2016
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
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
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
Even with my portfolio of only a few hundred domain names, every month I debate which to renew, which to let expire, which to sell and how best to sell them. I find myself going back and forth on which criteria are important in analyzing the portfolio, and worrying that I’m going to drop a domain name of value.
In today’s interview, we find out how an investor with 22,000 domain names manages his portfolio, including what process, metrics and tools he uses. This practical information is useful for domain investors at all levels.
March 7, 2016
My favorite way to meet people is in person, and next week I’ll be in Las Vegas for the third annual NamesCon domain name conference, which promises to be a blockbuster event.
I’m making a list of what I need to do to prepare for next week, so I thought it was a good time to chat with the founders of NamesCon about what’s going to happen, what we need to be ready for, and how we can make the most of the event.
Get a notepad ready, prepare properly, and see you next week!
(Haven’t bought your ticket yet? See below for a DomainSherpa exclusive discount opportunity!)
January 6, 2016
Waiting to defend your trademarks can be costly. Hoping that the whole issue will go away is not a realistic strategy. The rules for intellectual property protection have changed.
There are proactive steps you can take now to prevent cybersquatting. Understanding the seven steps discussed in this interview should be your top priority if your company owns a trademark.
January 19, 2015
Google is spending part of their billions in profits on 100 new top-level domains and launching a new registrar, Google Domains.
In this presentation, given at Google I/O 2014, Google provides an overview of their domain name plans for the future.
June 30, 2014
“I’ve got the brains, you’ve got the looks / Let’s make lots of money” – lyrics to a song released in 1985 by UK-based Pet Shop Boys.
That’s the same situation that many developers and domain name owners hope to achieve by forming a joint venture – combining their respective strengths to make lots of money.
But how do you progress from the “we just met” phase to the “we’re partners and wildly successful” phase? What if the domain name owner receives an offer to sell the domain that they can’t refuse? Or what if the developer fails to deliver on the timeline and thresholds that were agreed to prior to the joint venture?
All these questions – and more – are answered in this interview.
October 14, 2013