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Domain Names for the Average Joe – With Page Howe

Domain Names for the Average Joe – With Page Howe

Page Howe did not start domaining in the mid-1990s like so many other mega-domainers who have sold domain names for millions. Instead, he started just when the market was crashing in 2001 by buying the assets of a dot-com burnout through eBay for $105,000. He later sold those assets for $1.8 million.

As a regular “Joe Domainer” – in fact, he named his domain name marketplace – Howe uses a very structured approach to successfully buy and sell domain names in the under $5,000 range. The entire interview is packed full of great tips, so be sure to grab a pen and pad of paper before watching this show.

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5 Huge Trends in GeoDomains Now

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What are the first few things you do after you acquire the best domain name for any geographic city or area? That’s what I wanted to know when I decided to register for and attend the Expo in Chicago, Illinios, which took place over the last two days.

Fred Mercaldo, president of and publisher of over 60 geodomains including, did not disappoint with a comprehensive program including presentations from Ron Jackson, editor of DN Journal, Don Jones from, and the Castello Brothers (Michael and David) of CCIN.

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