The veterans of domain buying already have a routine: when they’re interested in a new domain, they start their research. Maybe they consult Google for all its wisdom right away; maybe they explore WhoIs in order to make sure everything’s on the up and up. But the point is that every good domain buyer – and seller –… Read More »
When we face difficult decisions in life and in business, we always look for it: a sign. We think that one hint this or that way will finally sway us, guide us to wisdom and discernment and lead us to greater glory and riches. At least, that’s the idea.
Finding a good domain these days can feel like finding a needle in a haystack. So much prime Internet real estate has already been claimed in the past decade or so that the quality domains just seem fewer and fewer. The good news, however, is that the market is always expanding: finding great domains doesn’t have to mean… Read More »
It’s perhaps the top question that people selling domains always seem to ask last: what is the right price? Selling, after all, is a bit of an art form. And whether you’re selling an antique to a pawn shop or selling your company’s services to a high-end company, finding the right price match is integral to making sure… Read More »
We’ve all heard those stories about great missed opportunities – like the record executive telling the Beatles that guitar bands were on the way out – and like to think that we’d never be in the same shoes. But the fact is, timing can be a tricky thing. This is even true in the world of domain buying,… Read More »
It was Shakespeare who wrote “What’s in a name?” He was using lofty language, of course, to communicate some lofty ideas – but we in the domain name industry know just how practical this question can be. After all, if you’re buying a domain name just for its name alone, then the name is everything.