DotWeekly was a vibrant site with thousands of visitors daily and was completely lost during a hosting change in late 2012. After doing some thinking and simply taking a little time off, I have felt the need to start sharing again!

In the coming weeks I will be rebuilding to the look and feel like the site was in the past. This will all take some time as little things all take time to get into place but I hope it will be back to the same old good site it use to be since 2008.

Granted all the past data/articles will be lost, but I will do my best to add fresh data, interesting stories and my thoughts on current domain related stories and discoveries.

If you were a DotWeekly reader in the past, welcome back! If you are new to the site, thank you for stopping by and I look forward to providing you with some helpful and interesting stories.

About Jamie Zoch

Jamie Zoch is a domain investor, dad and dedicated husband who founded in 2008 to bring unique and helpful views on domain names. Jamie is very passionate about domain names and helping others learn and prosper.

9 Responses to DotWeekly Starting Back Up!
  1. Welcome back Jamie. You were missed.

    • Thanks Bill! I’m not sure how much I will blog but it’s a start getting things back in place, that will allow me to blog when I feel the need.

  2. Glad to see that you are blogging again and looking forward to seeing Dot Weekly rise again from the ashes.

  3. I accidentally dropped by and was really happy to see that you have re-started the blog.

    Welcome back!!!!

    Looking forward to reading your articles.

  4. Hey Jamie, welcome back after the break. Your blog is the only blog I check frequently, so happy that you're fine and finally back. I learn a lot from your blog, can't wait for your interesting discoveries 😉

  5. WB Jamie, just noticed that you started again 🙂

    Are you going to use to rebuild it ?

  6. Welcome back! We hope to read some unique domain news. You were missed

  7. […] a brief hiatus, Jamie Zoch at has returned to blogging.  Jamie lost all of in a hosting move and decided to take some time off […]

  8. Hi Jamie, it looks like Wayback Machine has most of your blog posts available in their archive.*/*


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