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DomainSherpa Review – January 19, 2023: Clear Moons & Red Skies at Night: Quantum.io, StoneAge.com, Depreciation.com, Poser.com

DomainSherpa Review is the seminal show on the DomainSherpa Network where we get into the minds of successful domain name investors – who we call Sherpas – and talk about the value of domain names. By listening to the Sherpas, we expand our knowledge and understanding so that we can become more successful domain investors ourselves.

In this episode:

  • The Sherpas kick off the show discussing domain trends and forecasts for 2023 and beyond;
  • They also briefly discuss the emergence of ChatGPT;
  • The Sherpas play The Domain Game (starting at the 48:22 mark), where they guess what certain domains were bought and sold for and discuss the reasons behind their evaluations. Today’s domains are Quantum.io, StoneAge.com, Depreciation.com, and Poser.com;
  • They review a list of domains about to come up for auction on NameJet.com, including Screwball.com, Dollys.com, TentRental.com, & Carts.net;
  • Plus, all DomainSherpa podcasts are now up on our YouTube channel at DS.tv, and much more!

JT is joined by Drew, Braden, & Jack Kal – so be sure to tune in!!

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NameJet Domain Names

AIWI.com
AmericanTools.com
AthleteHealth.com
BookBuddies.com
Carts.net
Dollys.com
Exterminating.com
GodStone.com
InTheWoods.com
LeadershipPrograms.com
Medicinals.com
NetworkData.com
PeaceOnline.com
Peddling.com
Screwball.com
Telemarketing.com
TentRental.com
VedicAstrology.com

This Show’s Sherpas

Jonathan Tenenbaum
Jonathan Tenenbaum
Jonathan Tenenbaum (JT) is an accomplished Internet industry veteran and digital asset expert. An attorney by trade, he spent over 14 years with Web.com in various legal and business roles, including nearly 5 years managing NameJet, the leading domain name aftermarket platform.

Now Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel of MediaOptions, the top domain brokerage agency, Jonathan is also the Host & Executive Producer of DomainSherpa - where they cover all types of digital assets, including crypto and NFTs, and where "all roads lead to domains"!

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Andrew Rosener
Andrew Rosener
Andrew Rosener is the CEO of the industry-leading domain name broker Media Options.

Andrew is widely considered a thought leader and expert on domain name value & methodology as well as domain name sales & acquisitions. With 20 years experience with domain names, Andrew has leveraged his knowledge and expertise to make MediaOptions the go-to domain name firm for startup & company domain acquisitions as well as high value domain name sales.

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Braden Pollock
Braden Pollock
A frequent speaker or moderator at domain industry conferences, Braden Pollock is a serial entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist and domain name branding expert.

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Jack Kal
Jack Kal
Founder at ApexMoon with a demonstrated history of working in the Domain Name industry. Skilled in Negotiations, Sales, Strategic Planning, Marketing Strategy, and Business Strategy. Strong business development professional with a Bachelors focused in Business Administration and Management from John Molson School of Business.

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NameJet Domains List

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DomainSherpa Review – January 19, 2023: Clear Moons & Red Skies at Night: Quantum.io, StoneAge.com, Depreciation.com, Poser.com

DomainSherpa Review is the seminal show on the DomainSherpa Network where we get into the minds of successful domain name investors – who we call Sherpas – and talk about the value of domain names. By listening to the Sherpas, we expand our knowledge and understanding so that we can become more successful domain investors ourselves.

JT is joined by Drew, Braden, & Jack Kal, and in this episode:

– The Sherpas kick off the show discussing domain trends and forecasts for 2023 and beyond;
– They also briefly discuss the emergence of ChatGPT;
– The Sherpas play The Domain Game (starting at the 48:22 mark), where they guess what certain domains were bought and sold for and discuss the reasons behind their evaluations. Today’s domains are Quantum.io, StoneAge.com, Depreciation.com, and Poser.com;
– They review a list of domains about to come up for auction on NameJet.com, including Screwball.com, Dollys.com, TentRental.com, & Carts.net;
– Plus all DomainSherpa podcasts are now up on our YouTube channel at DS.tv, and much more!

If you don’t know, now you know, so be sure to tune in!

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2 Responses to “DomainSherpa Review – January 19, 2023: Clear Moons & Red Skies at Night: Quantum.io, StoneAge.com, Depreciation.com, Poser.com”

  1. William says:

    Wonderful show and opening discussion.

  2. Ryan says:

    While I enjoyed this cross over episode of Economics Sherpa and AI Sherpa Drew should stick with economics.

    An interpretation can be objective, based on some measurable fact. Or subjective, based on one’s own mind, will, emotions, and experience. AI has none of those things to draw a subjective interpretation. It can only make an objective interpretation based on the data it was fed. And it’s good at that.The real power of AI is drawing correlations in large datasets that a human may or may not see themselves.

    But you have to remember ChatGPT’s dataset was literally from crawling the internet. If the majority of people online said the sky is Red. When asked what color is the sky ChatGPT would interpret the answer as being red based on those online sources. It’s not like it has an original thought or opinion on something as you or I would. It’s literally just summarizing and regurgitating what it saw online.

    When it comes to the future of domain names I would assume the people writing online about that are in some way connected to the domain industry so there’s going to be some implicit bias in that.

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