Video interviews, panel discussions, articles and Q&As featuring
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 JoeDomains.com – 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.
October 25, 2011
Patrick Ruddell does not do anything halfway. His accomplishments are many, including real estate, domain names and a unique conference over the water.
But sometimes Chef Patrick’s enthusiasm misfires (i.e., Moniker-gate). In this show you will learn about both Chef Patrick’s successes and mistakes, including his latest acquisition, ScienceFiction.com, which he purchased for $175,000 in late 2010. You will also learn what Chef Patrick has in store for DN Cruise 2011, and whether the Chef really can cook.
July 12, 2011
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.
June 19, 2011
Belief in conspiracy theories requires a healthy dose of paranoia, and domain name front running (DNFR) – the idea that domain name registrars like Go Daddy or Network Solutions are monitoring your domain name availability queries and registering anything you don’t immediately register yourself – sounds like a presumption of only the most suspicious and mistrustful. However, evidence suggests that DNFR does in fact occur. This article tells you how to avoid being taken advantage of.
April 3, 2011
In addition to owning what is now a portfolio of more than 5,000 — including 2,000 .us — domain names, Ron Jackson publishes the industry’s leading trade magazine, DN Journal. The online publication is a greater source of income for Ron than his domain name sales. Surprised? Watch this interview for many more insights you did not know about Ron and about domaining.
March 29, 2011
As a new domainer, there is an abundance of domain name industry information to soak in. Often times you may feel like you’re taking a drink of water from a fire hose. However, if you follow the right path, you can enjoy long-term success. This article will help you short-circuit the domain name learning process and get up-to-speed faster.
March 13, 2011
How did Andrew Allemann go from a regular college student at The University of Texas at Austin to amassing 1,000 domains that earned him over $100,000 in profit every year? More importantly, how did he build it up his domain name portfolio in the first place? The short answer is by keeping abreast of technology trends and focusing on a triad of domain name monetization options: parking, affiliate programs and mini website developing.
March 9, 2011
How long does it take to transfer a domain name between registrars? That is what this article documents from a recent transfer from Yahoo Domains to Moniker. If you’re too busy to read the details, the answer is 5.5 days.
January 26, 2011
Like being pick-pocketed and unaware that your wallet is missing for an extended period of time, when your domain name is hijacked it could be a while before you notice. Countless examples of domain name hijacking have happened (e.g., Prince.com, CheckFree.com, Adios.com, P2P.com, etc.). You may not notice that your email inbox has been lighter […]
January 18, 2011