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DomainSherpa Discussion: Fails at 101domain and DomainNameSales; Rook Media + DomainSponsor…

DomainSherpa Discussion: Fails at 101domain and DomainNameSales; Rook Media + DomainSponsor…

This is the show where we discuss domain name industry news with a panel of veterans and thought leaders.

In this DomainSherpa Discussion:
* YouPay.com: From a $355 purchase to $200K sale; Mike Berkens summarizes the sale that took 9 years.
* Rook Media acquires DomainSponsor: What does it mean for the industry and for you as an investor?
* MI.com was recently acquired for $3.6MM by Xiaomi Inc. of Bejing. Should you be looking to China to sell your domains?
* Everyone’s rebranding. Just ask Elliot, Shane, Aaron and Raymond. Should you?
* DomainNameSales.com adds a feature to make you money, but are they stepping over their rights as a service provider in doing so?
* 101domain.com tries to extort rightfully-purchased domain names from registrants, and the panel sounds off on this practice.
* Frank Schilling steps-up and helps a confused registrant who files an ICANN Request for Reconsideration. Who isn’t confused by some aspect of the new TLDs?
* And more!

We’re joined by Adam Dicker, Mike Berkens, Page Howe and Rick Schwartz.

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DomainSherpa Discussion – Mar 6, 2014

DomainSherpa Discussion – Mar 6, 2014

This is the show where we discuss domain name industry news with a panel of veterans and thought leaders.

In this DomainSherpa Discussion:
* We’re separating the DomainSherpa Review and Discussion Discussion shows
* Whisky.com sells for $3.1 million, TorontoDomainer.com earns a $310,00 commission
* SnapNames.com sold by KeyDrive to Web.com: what’s staying the same, what’s changing
* New TLD numbers: do they really matter?
* Uniregistry.com reverses their policy on reserving domain names; is Frank Schilling waffling?
* Mike Berkens shares audience responses from a recent conference: what does .com stand for and why that matters
* And more!

Domain Name Broker Tips from the World Record Holder of Domain Name Sales – With Jeff Gabriel

Domain Name Broker Tips from the World Record Holder of Domain Name Sales – With Jeff Gabriel

If you want to learn about domain name sales and negotiations, why not go directly to the broker who facilitated the world record-setting sale of Sex.com for $13 million?

In this interview, Jeff Gabriel shares some emotional highs and lows of his career, as well as domain name sales and negotiation strategies and tactics.

The Story of the First Domainer of the Year – with Richard Lau

The Story of the First Domainer of the Year – with Richard Lau

In 1995, Richard Lau registered several domain names that he simply thought were cool, but never considered would be worth thousands of dollars. His portfolio attracted the attention of Microsoft, who tentatively agreed to pay $9,500 for one of his domains. That gave him an inkling he was on to something big.

Later, after spending 80 hours per week building one of the first 30 domain name registrars in the world, he was faced with stage A colon cancer and a series of unfortunate business liabilities.

In this biography, Richard Lau discusses how he learned the industry, tells some fantastic stories, and provides guidance to others that are just starting out.

SportsMemorabilia.com: From a $12,500 Parked Domain to $19.5 Million – With Jesse Stein

SportsMemorabilia.com: From a $12,500 Parked Domain to $19.5 Million – With Jesse Stein

In 2006, Jesse Stein purchased SportsMemorabilia.com for $12,500 when it wasn’t much more than a domain name.
 
Fast forward several years, and the company now leads the market in high-end autographed sports merchandise and memorabilia, making $19.5 million in revenue in 2012. We start at the beginning to learn about SportsMemorabilia.com’s journey and how they plan to be a $100+ million company.

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ICA: The Domain Name Trade Association That Represents Your Financial Interests – With Philip Corwin

ICA: The Domain Name Trade Association That Represents Your Financial Interests – With Philip Corwin

Large corporations have deep pockets and large intellectual property staffs with which to protect their interests, including trademarks. The result of such financial power can often be lobbyist-influenced legislation that does not favor domain name investing.
 
What you probably didn’t realize is that the Internet Commerce Association is a domain name trade association that since 2006 has been representing the financial interests of domain name entrepreneurs.

What to Expect in the Domain Name Industry in 2013 – With Ron Jackson

What to Expect in the Domain Name Industry in 2013 – With Ron Jackson

For the past decade on DNJournal.com, Ron Jackson has tracked, analyzed and presented the most comprehensive and accurate collection of domain name sales data.
 
In this interview, Jackson both reviews trends of the past decade and looks ahead to the events of 2013 (e.g., the release of new gTLDs) that will affect future trends.

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About UDRP – With David Weslow

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About UDRP – With David Weslow

Domain name disputes are happening more frequently every day. Why? And how can a UDRP impact you as an entrepreneur or domain name investor?

Intellectual property attorney David Weslow discusses the ins and outs of the UDRP process, including what is required when filing an action, how to defend against a claim, the approximate costs of filing a UDRP or law suit, and how you can prepare for the 1,400 new gTLDs to be launched in the upcoming years.

Maximizing Domain Name PPC Income – With Howard Hoffman

Maximizing Domain Name PPC Income – With Howard Hoffman

In the midst of a recession and with domain name parking revenue down, what can you do today to maximize your domain name pay-per-click (PPC) income?

Howard Hoffman, president of PPCIncome.com makes a living focused on maximizing the revenue from his portfolio of 9,000 domain names. Actually, that’s only half of his living. The other half is O2Cool Oxygen Water, a company he founded in 1998, which was the catalyst for his domain name career.

Helping Communities Shop Locally – With Colin Pape

Helping Communities Shop Locally – With Colin Pape

How do you leverage 8,000 domain names to create the largest buy-local network in the world?

Colin Pape, president of ShopCity.com, answers this question and more as he describes how he built ShopMidland.com – serving a town of only 16,000 residents – into a $100,000+ business, and is now scaling it across thousands of Shop[CityName].com domain names. Pape is also taking on Google by filing a U.S. Federal Trade Commission complaint for anti-competitive behavior.

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