Archive for the ‘Domaining’ Category

SuperBowl Outage Reminds Me Of An Expired Domain Name

While the most watched event on USA television was going on today, the power went out in the middle of the event. The yearly superbowl is the most watched TV event all year & advertisers pay millions of dollars in advertising. Super Bowl XLVII This year had a power outage & advertisers made out like bandits. […]

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Drop Catching Software Now Available On The iTunes / App Store For iPad & IOS Devices

I received the news last night that Apple has accepted DropKing’s drop catching software. It’s a huge step for me because I try to stay above the curve by offering the best tools in the best ways my customers can use. This was a challenge because of the various platforms the software has been developed […]

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What Do You Remember Better – Your First Car – Or Your First Domain Name?

This post is to tickle domainer’s interest in what they (we) prioritized & remembered most in life. In my case, I remember both. The first car I owned & the first domain name I owned. When I turned 16 years old, in the USA, it was common to buy your first car after completing your […]

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Backordering Domain Names Is A Simple Game Of Math – Do You Get It?

As most of you know, I have been an avid pending delete (expired) domains drop catcher for several years now. I have been really successful in what I do & the net profits have never been better. Each day, things get better for me. Why? I guess it’s because I simply never give up. I […]

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How To Pony Up An Offer Into A Sale Without Leaving Money On The Table

Lately I have been getting more & more offers on domain names that I have sitting around. Maybe my “eye” for selecting domains to keep in my portfolio has gotten better. Perhaps the hundreds of domains I have laying around are becoming useful to others in those niches.  I like to think that it’s a […]

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Develop Your Domains Into Websites – What Are You Waiting For?

In my opinion, the best domains are being held hostage by domain investors that don’t know how to develop a website. This post should shed some light on what you can do with your domains & convert them into operational websites where you obtain profit & sales from a domain name. Like the saying goes: […]

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PendingDelete – Expired Domain Drop Catching – Right on Your Mobile Devices

Hello Everyone, I am proud to offer a new series of drop catching software. This software is mobile app ready & will run from your iPad, iPhone, iTouch or Android devices. The software works just like the DropKing software works, but is first in it’s class to work on an iPad or any mobile device. […]

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End User Emails & SEDO’s Buy It Now Pricing Are A Winning Combination For Me

Right before the holidays kicked in around mid December 2012, I set out to email end users in an effort to sell my domain names in my portfolio. This time around, I decided to park the domains I offered for sale at SEDO and point the prospect buyers to visit the domain name by typing it […]

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What Tools Does The Domaining Industry Lack? What Would Make Your Job Easier?

I am an entrepreneur, a software engineer & above all I like to be a visionary as to what the “next” big thing may be. I like to be behind the scenes to lead a new path instead of following what everyone else is doing. Everyday I wake up, I ask myself what tools domainers need, […]

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GoDaddy Backorder Service Sucks – I Told Them To Improve – I Got A Cookie Cutter Response

GoDaddy is one of my favorite backorder service sites. Their backorder service is reasonably priced, it includes a nice horse stable of catch registrars, it has great horsepower, but it lacks the strength to catch anything valuable. I made it a point to contact GoDaddy during 2012 to alert their staff & backorder department that […]

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