The greatest risk to owning a high-value generic domain name is having it taken away from you during a UDRP action.
If you’re spending $10,000, $50,000 or $100,000 or more on a premium generic domain name and you want to lower your risk of UDRP, URS or lawsuit, then pay attention to these four attorneys and the tactics they suggest.
• David Weslow of Wiley Rein
• Stevan Lieberman of Greenberg & Lieberman
• Zak Muscovitch of The Muscovitch Law Firm
• Jason Schaeffer of ESQwire.com
April 13, 2015
In real estate, the stock market or domain name investing, it’s an oft-stated business rule that you make your money on the buy, not the sell.
But how do you make sure you’re value investing like Warren Buffett in the domain name industry? What do top domain name brokers look for when buying domain names for their own personal investment portfolio?
Today’s interview answers those questions and more. Warning: this is a long show, but it’s well worth your time as there are nuggets of gold around finding generic premium domains, contacting hard-to-locate registrants, making offers and a new reverse auction sales platform that’s offering some great buying opportunities. Real buy and sell information, including pricing, is discussed.
September 23, 2013
In a search engine pay-per-click advertising campaign, achieving more clicks may simply be a matter of employing a generic domain name.
Two studies show that the use of a generic domain name in search engine ads resulted in higher click-through rates (CTRs) compared to ads with a non-generic domain name.
September 25, 2011
Large companies realize that owning a generic domain name can provide enormous benefits, including: trust, authority, type-in traffic, branding, search engine ranking, cost savings on future marketing, and many more. Below are some large companies that own generic domain names. If you see any missing, be sure to suggest them in the comments. 1800Contacts – […]
January 13, 2011