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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.

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Rent-to-Own a Domain Name for Your Business – With Adam Paddock

Rent-to-Own a Domain Name for Your Business – With Adam Paddock

Buy any domain name you want – even that domain name that’s worth $20,000 or $250,000 – for as little as 3 percent down and $69 per month.

That’s the seller-financing service that Adam Paddock of Zenscrow.com is offering, opening up the opportunity for entrepreneurs to build their business on the best domain name possible.

It’s Not Too Late to Hand Register Domains and Build a Million-dollar Business – With Adam Hawley

It’s Not Too Late to Hand Register Domains and Build a Million-dollar Business – With Adam Hawley

Some people complain that if you did not buy domains in the mid-1990s you missed the window of opportunity. But what if you could hand register 12,450 domain names today for $7.87 each and build a million-dollar business?

Adam Hawley, president of Zipsurance.com, did exactly that. By leasing insurance-related domain names and providing associated services, Hawley connects insurance agents to clients and is on track to bring in more than $1 million in sales in 2012.

The Inner Workings of Go Daddy Auctions – With Paul Nicks

The Inner Workings of Go Daddy Auctions – With Paul Nicks

Are you interested in knowing all the inner workings and insider tips for navigating auctions at Go Daddy?

Paul Nicks, the director of Go Daddy Aftermarket, answers questions about Go Daddy Auctions, including how the company sells more than 36,000 domain names per month and how domain name investors can take advantage of its massive customer roster.

Tenacity Drives Highest Domain Sale in Turkish History – With Nokta Domains

Tenacity Drives Highest Domain Sale in Turkish History – With Nokta Domains

In July 2011, the Nokta Domains sales team closed the highest domain name sale in Turkish history: UcakBileti.com, which means “flight ticket” in Turkish. The domain name sold for a quarter of a million U.S. dollars.

In this show, Arif Şengören and Merve Engin, a sales specialist and a portfolio specialist with the Nokta Domains sales team, share how the domain name was acquired, valued, marketed and sold for top dollar.

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Selling Five-figure Domains – With Jason Davis

Selling Five-figure Domains – With Jason Davis

Jason Davis’ wife called him crazy when he bought Recruiting.com for $75,000 in 2002. But four years later Davis sold it to Jobster for a six-figure price. He realizes that his end users – the people who buy his job- and recruiting-related domain names – don’t wake up in the morning thinking about spending five figures on a domain name that day. He knows he must give them a reason to do so – and he does that by framing the price of the domain in terms the buyer best relates to.

In this show, Davis describes how concentrating his efforts on a single domain name niche helps him make stronger industry connections, earn more in sales and find more entrepreneurial opportunities in his area of expertise.

Seize the Opportunity – With Troy Rushton

Seize the Opportunity – With Troy Rushton

During his career as an entrepreneur, Troy Rushton has started and exited three companies. Today, he is working on his fourth and biggest idea: creating a domain name exchange platform, similar to stock exchange platforms like NASDAQ and NYSE.

Learn how Rushton built and sold his last three companies for millions, where he finds inspiration, and how he guides new ideas through their natural evolution to maximum profitability.

How to Grab an Expiring Domain Name

How to Grab an Expiring Domain Name

Any domain name that reaches expired status and is not renewed by the owner will likely be auctioned by an exclusive auction service.

If you really want a domain name, find out which auction service the domain name will be auctioned at and get your bid ready.

Start Your Own Groupon-Like Domain Name Niche – with Maz Ghani and Ron Santos

Start Your Own Groupon-Like Domain Name Niche – with Maz Ghani and Ron Santos

Wouldn’t it be great to be the CEO of Groupon or LivingSocial right now? Two domain investors are trying to do just that – but by specializing in their own niche: pizzerias.

Maz Ghani and Ron Santos bought Pizzerias.com in an expired domain name auction, and are building a business where consumers and pizzerias both win. You might be able to do the same thing with one of your domain names – watch and find out.

10 Essential iPhone Apps For Domainers

10 Essential iPhone Apps For Domainers

Many domain investors are on-the-go and away from their computer for a good portion of every day. The problem is that domain name inspiration can strike at any time — watching TV, in transit, at a meal, or at the gym — and looking up availability, whois information, and alternatives is difficult without a computer. Fortunately, there are a number of domain name-related iPhone applications that you can take with you to accomplish these tasks.

These 10 essential iPhone apps will help you to determine the availability of your desired domain name, enter keywords to produce domain name suggestions, look up important information on existing domain names, and much more. These apps are available in the iTunes store, and most run on iOS 3.0 or higher and are under $2.00.

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