No, this doesn’t have anything to do with SOPA!

Today, I was doing some investigating and ran into something that I haven’t seen yet. “Repossessed by Go Daddy” in the whois data for a domain name? After doing a bit more digging, I ran into some domain names that contained Go Daddy Software but used the email address “domains4sale@godaddy.com”.

Personally, I never like when a business has a conflict of interest with its customers and I hoped this wasn’t the … Read the rest

The following is a story of a domain name sale and the anatomy of how an $800 offer turned into a $20,000 sale. I assisted the seller in a couple ways, which will be explained below but there are several lessons to be learned here. Here we go with a Q&A style article and I will also add in some tid bits at the end as well. Enjoy, as this story has been in the works for sometime now and … Read the rest

This is part 1 of a full story I will be posting in the coming days but I thought I would share one important aspect of the story. How to avoid a vital mistake when attempting to purchase a domain name that is already owned by somebody.

Often times when you are interested in a specific domain name, it likely will be owned by somebody already. This is OK as most things in life are for sale, at the right … Read the rest

Here is another method I use to spy on domain names and the entities that own them!

Back in March 2011 I revealed how to spy on company domains and this has changed people! Websites like Fusible.com have exploded in traffic after JB learned this little process from DotWeekly and he uses it daily to write great articles about future products and services by some of the largest gaming and tech companies! (sadly he often beats me to the stories … Read the rest

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