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How to Build a Successful, Diversified, Family-run Business – With Bill McClure

How to Build a Successful, Diversified, Family-run Business – With Bill McClure

Bill McClure is not a newcomer to the domain name industry. Years ago he bought and built FlowersDirect.com and eFlowers.com and then sold them to FTD. Over his many years of acquiring, building and selling businesses, he has learned one simple fact: You can always trust your family.

Listen along as Bill discusses how he targets markets, how much he purchases domain names for, how he develops them, and what kind of leaders he is looking for to continue building more businesses in the future. If you are an entrepreneur or passionate about e-commerce, this is a must-see interview.

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How I Went from $50,000 to More Than $250,000 in Sales Per Year – With Shane Wells

How I Went from $50,000 to More Than $250,000 in Sales Per Year – With Shane Wells

It’s relatively straightforward to build a geodomain into a directory or blog. But where most people fall short in making their venture a successful business is the sales process.

That’s because many would-be entrepreneurs loathe the idea of selling advertising, directory listings and leads. Shane Wells, on the other hand, loves to sell. His enthusiasm for sales (and his success) speaks for itself – he went from $50,000 in sales to more than $250,000 per year in sales. To help others be successful, Wells shares the strategies, tactics and tips he uses for selling advertising and services at his geodomain-based Internet marketing company.

4 Steps to Increase Parking Revenue by 70% – With Paolo DiVincenzo

4 Steps to Increase Parking Revenue by 70% – With Paolo DiVincenzo

Paolo DiVincenzo, general manager of DomainPower, increased revenue on 9,800 parked domain names by more than 70 percent. To achieve this revenue lift, he deployed a methodology and four-step process: 1) establish metric/baseline, 2) group, 3) test and 4) optimize.

In this interview, DiVincenzo describes the four steps in detail, as well as how to implement them in your own portfolio.

Domain Name News: February 24 Week in Review

Domain Name News: February 24 Week in Review

The Week of Domaining In Review: February 24, 2012.

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Domain Name News: January 20 Week in Review

Domain Name News: January 20 Week in Review

The Week of Domaining In Review: January 20, 2012.

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Escrow.com Surpasses 1 Billion Dollars…, Domain Registration Adds $475 Million…, Monte Cahn and Oversee.net Go…, Facebook Registers Mysterious Fborigin Domain…, Virgin Loses Control of Porn…, A Visual Gallery: Which Sites…, Regional Businesses Trump Cities in…, UK Buying Up .XXX Domains…, Beyond Sopa: Why Easy Solutions…, United Domains Expands its US…, Domain Name Precautions Needed Under…, Luckyregister.com Offers $1.99 Domain Registration,…, Saving Face: Ou Buying .xxx…, Afilias Buys .PRO Registry, Internet Control Should Be Outside…, ANA Ramps Up ICANN Domain…The latest domain name news, hand-picked for you.


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Domain Name News: January 13 Week in Review

Domain Name News: January 13 Week in Review

The Week of Domaining In Review: January 13, 2012.

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Domain Name News: January 6 Week in Review

Domain Name News: January 6 Week in Review

The Week of Domaining In Review: January 6, 2012.

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This Tea Party Rocks!…, Ray Ozzie is $33,000 Cocomo.com…, Non-latin Top Level Domain Names…, Social Network Buys Dudu.com Domain…, .CO Internet Recognized as World…, Linkdin.com Cyber-squatter Throws Away $22K,…, .aeDA Continues Its Efforts in…, Commerce Department Urges Changes to…, ICANN Chairman Sees Little Value…, The Vatican’s Domain Name Misunderstanding…, Godaddy Domain Names And Hosting…, Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan…, CU Among Schools Snapping Up…, Godaddy Releases Statement About Spike…The latest domain name news, hand-picked for you.

The Back-of-the-Envelope Drawing that Launched a $495 Million Business – With John Ferber

The Back-of-the-Envelope Drawing that Launched a $495 Million Business – With John Ferber

John Ferber wrote an affiliate-tracking software program in 1997. His brother, Scott Ferber, drew a picture of how that software could be used online to pair corporate advertisers and website publishers.

Together, based on John’s software and Scott’s drawing, the Ferber brothers built the largest ad network based on an at-the-time new concept of cost-per-click advertising. When they sold the company to AOL/Time Warner in 2004, Advertising.com reached 90 percent of people on the Internet, an average of 20 times per day.

Domain Name News: December 30 Week in Review

Domain Name News: December 30 Week in Review

The Week of Domaining In Review: December 30, 2011.

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Godaddy Releases Statement About Spike…, Verisign Puts Domain Names Tally…, Internet Names Expansion Should Be…, Dumping Go Daddy? Rivals Offer…, Dot VN, Inc.’s Subsidiary, Hi-tek…, Godaddy, Rival Trade Accusations Over…, Domain Spammers Fill-up Christmas Inboxes , U. of Illinois Says No…, 5 Million Domain Names Added…, Yesterday, GoDaddy Lost 21,000 Domain Names, Go Daddy No Longer Supports…, The latest domain name news, hand-picked for you.

Domain Name News: December 16 Week in Review

Domain Name News: December 16 Week in Review

The Week of Domaining In Review: December 16, 2011.

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ICM Opens Can of Worms…, Ahead of The Bell: House…, Texas Tech Buys Up Dot-xxx…, San Diego Institutions Acquire Domain…, Paychecks, .xxx, and Domain Name…, City Buys Triple-x Domain Name…, Domain Name Registry Expansion Runs…, Domain Name Matters: Searchers Pick…, UF Among Schools Buying .xxx…, Newt Romney Domain Name Already…, The Reluctant Dash for an…, Why .XXX and Other New…, Saga of a Stolen Domain…, Did Someone Steal Arianna’s Sex…, Protrada Now Offers Members Instant…, ICANN Values Chinese Market, Yet…, Pro! Pro! Pro! Holiday Price…, Universities Block Triple-x Domain Names…, Marketingland.com Sold to Third Door…, Businessweek’s Advice On Domain Names…, What’s The .Rush?, What a Disgraceful UDRP Decision…The latest domain name news, hand-picked for you.

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