Archive for August 6, 2009

Finding Active Domainers Outside Of The Forums

After launching a few of my sites, I am finding that there’s a lot of non – “nay sayer” forum domainers in the real world. Not that I am calling every forum domainer a “nay sayer”, but we’ve all had our doses. I am just glad to report that yes, there are real people out […]

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Moniker API Program And How To Get “In”.

Moniker.com has been one of the funkiest domain registars I have ever dealt with. First off, from day one – I faced like a 5-6 day response window for my support tickets. Back in those days, Monte used to hangout at the forums & an instant PM got him on the horn or got my […]

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The ENOM Reseller API Is Blocking Drop Catching Activity

Since I developed some effective drop catching software for the ENOM Reseller (API) Program, it has come to my attention that ENOM is now rejecting API calls to their reseller API during the drop window. If that isn’t odd enough, they actually enforce the API ban for about 4 hours total (1pm – 5PM CST). […]

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Make A Name Spinner Easy In PHP – Free Code

Are you a domaining webmaster?  How about adding a new feature to your site? I am posting free code to make a versatile name spinner. I built this simple to use name spinner for you to basically copy & paste the code into 2 new PHP files. We”ll Let’s get started! Here’s a screenshot of […]

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Using Antique Drop Data To Find Gems & Follow Domaining Trends

As I have written before – I started up the domain: AntiqueDrops.com. Mostly it was a project that started off as a way to find antique expired domains. Especially expired domains with traffic and valid google pagerank. Well the project has really taken me by surprise. I am convinced that by simply creating an organized […]

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The Importance Of Hosting Redundancy & Backups

I was recently hacked (about 48 hrs ago) – I cannot begin to explain how important backups & server redundancy can help! It seems like someone had it out for me & they decided to hack some of main sites. These included (but not limited to) This blog, DNKO.com & TasteDrop.com. I guess I have […]

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