Archive for the ‘General Information’ Category

Dynadot Opens Up API to All Customers, Not Just Bulk Customers

I just received an email from Todd Han that Dynadot.com has now opened up it’s API to all users. This is great news for Dynadot customers who enjoy drop catching domains but were turned off by the $500 spending / pre payment. Now any Dynadot customer can tap right into the API system without having […]

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Drastic Price Cut – DNMeter.com – Drop Order & Times

I have been running a service over at dnmeter.com for years now that offers domainers an opportunity to peek into the future and determine an approximate time that a .com or .net will drop in. So far the service has been very successful. My members agree that although the sort is a little different, there […]

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BlueRazor Backorders To The Rescue With GoDaddy’s Help

Back around October last year, I purchased over 350 bluerazor.com backorders from a namepros member.  He had paid the full price of $12.95 per domain back around 2008 and the credits are usable. The seller took a big hit on the price & I secured each backorder for $8.73 a pop. At that price, I […]

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Testing Out SEDO Parking & Setting Buy It Now Prices

It’s been about five years since I last visited SEDO. In the past I really didn’t experience much success. I set forth a week ago and decided to test sedo.com again.Right before making the move to park my drop catches at sedo, I had setup a one page lander to buy the domain or make […]

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Moniker API Drop Catch Desktop Software Tutorial

This blog post is to discuss how one of my best selling products stacks up to the competition and why it’s a good idea to get into the fun now before it all goes away. Since the start of writing drop catching software, one of the most popular registrars to offer a plugin API was […]

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The Early Ages For Domains & Wacky Computer Advertising.

This article is from my experience when domains first became available for the first time registration and what I can remember from it. Everything was run by bbs systems and sysops until the domain registrations were taken to the web level. In the early 1990’s, netsol (NetworkSolutions.com) took over the bbs domain registrations and made […]

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Fabulous API Drop Catcher Software Now Available

Hello, I have been working with a few beta testers who have been testing drop catching software for the Fabulous.com API. The Fab API is XML based & easy to use. The software I wrote is available at DropKing.com for purchase & immediate download. The software works on any windows based computer from windows 95 […]

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Free Limited Experiment On A New Tool I Am Making

Hello everyone, I am working on a new tool and would like to offer it for free for a limited time to readers of my blog. This tool is very simple & basically takes a list of up to 22,000 usa cities. It combines a keyword with a city before or after the keyword. Some […]

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My “how to guide” on drop catching expired domains

I have been catching dropping domains for a few years now. It’s often times I see others going through the same struggles I did & this topic takes years to understand. There’s a lot of myths floating around the forums. First off, the meaning of drop catching, drop catcher is a term to label the […]

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Apple Computer Announces iPad Tablet Today

Apple’s Steve Jobs today unveiled the iPad. iPad is Apple’s latest revolutionary take on what a Tablet PC should be like. Jobs states that the new tablet is best for reading books, watching video & playing games. One of the things that caught my eye was how the tablet doesn’t have a keyboard. You simply […]

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