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DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – December 21, 2023: The DomainSherpa 2023 Holiday Extravaganza!

DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – December 21, 2023: The DomainSherpa 2023 Holiday Extravaganza!

As we say on DomainSherpa – all roads lead to domains. And in the reverse, domains have us venturing “down the rabbit hole” for different topics all the time. This is a tech-adjacent, digital asset & pop culture, tangent-positive, monthly-ish podcast – with a bunch of domains stuff thrown into the mix for good measure.

In this episode, co-hosts JT & Jen Sale are joined by Drew, Adam, Kamila, Billy, and John Berryhill for the annual DomainSherpa Holiday Extravaganza! The gang is spreading holiday cheer and domain knowledge as they dive into a discussion on AI and its potential impact on domains, which has the Sherpas discussing .ai domains and some of what they saw in 2023. They also briefly discuss UDRP trends from this past year, the upcoming ICA member meetup in Las Vegas, and the gang also reviews a list of domains up for auction on NameJet, including ClearMoon.com, ShiningSun.com, and Vader.com.

So tune in and jump down the rabbit hole on DomainSherpa! And Happy Holidays!

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DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – October 30, 2023: Happy Sherpaween 2023

DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – October 30, 2023: Happy Sherpaween 2023

As we say on DomainSherpa – all roads lead to domains. And in the reverse, domains have us venturing “down the rabbit hole” for different topics all the time. This is a tech-adjacent, digital asset & pop culture, tangent-positive, monthly-ish podcast – with a bunch of domains stuff thrown into the mix for good measure.

In this episode, co-hosts JT & Jen Sale are joined by Drew, Adam, and Billy for the annual Sherpaween holiday episode. The gang dives into some domain current events like recent auction platform changes at NameCheap and GoDaddy, and the slow-down of the Chinese domain market in Q3. They also discuss which holiday domain name has the most value and they get into an interesting conversation about the Mandela Effect.

So tune in and jump down the rabbit hole on DomainSherpa! And Happy Sherpaween!

DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – October 5, 2023: On Location in LA

DomainSherpa – Down The Rabbit Hole – October 5, 2023: On Location in LA

As we say on DomainSherpa – all roads lead to domains. And in the reverse, domains have us venturing “down the rabbit hole” for different topics all the time. This is a tech-adjacent, digital asset & pop culture, tangent-positive, monthly-ish podcast – with a bunch of domains stuff thrown into the mix for good measure.

In this episode, co-hosts JT & Jen Sale are joined by Adam, Ammar, Shane, Braden and more on location in Los Angeles to play The Domain Game (7:29) featuring FlixWave.com, LAAccidentLawyer.com, CryptoBro.com, and PodcastAgency.com. The gang then reviews some domain names coming up for auction on NameJet, such as TakeTheTime.com, SteppingStones.com, Weapons.com, and Laser.net. They also get into some interesting conversations with everyone on-set together.

So tune in and jump down the rabbit hole on DomainSherpa!

GoDaddy Was Scammed; New gTLD Renewal Rates; ICANN Slashes Revenue Budget…

GoDaddy Was Scammed; New gTLD Renewal Rates; ICANN Slashes Revenue Budget…

In this DomainSherpa Discussion:
• GoDaddy gets scammed by a social engineer and hands over domain
• Page Howe goes to Washington to promote .LA domains for Los Angeles
• The first new gTLD renewal rates are starting to come in from Donuts
• ICANN slashes their revenue projections for this year and next year’s budget
• Google Domains is ranked above all other registrars — is it anti-competitive?
• Is GoDaddy’s IPO something domain investors should invest in?
• Reader question: What’s the highest renewal rate the Sherpas have seen
• And much more!

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 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.

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