Back in 2011, I think that was around when Epik.com announced it’s dropcatching service, I had purchased one credit for $59 to see how well the service worked.

I have attempted 12 different times to use my backorder credit, that you must pay for in advance before even catching the domain. (dumb, I know)

Not knowing how “good” the service would be at grabbing expired domain names, my first backorder was for the expired domain: Frap.com . I placed the … Read the rest

Welcome to the latest company domain movers which I like to call DotWeekly Discoveries. This series is always interesting to see what large companies are buying and registering domain names. I try to include some information related to the purchase and or registration of domains when I can find it, so enjoy!

Amazon Inc.m

Registered AmazonLocalMerchant.com, AmazonLocalMerchants.com and the double hyphen versions of both domains. I really do not understand why these companies think they need to register
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This post is written by the website broker team from DigitalExits.com . Reach out to them if you want a value on your developed domains.

So you bought a killer category domain name and decided to develop it into a business. You’ve put in the hard work to get it developed, drive traffic to it and convert sales. It’s making a tidy income for you and is relatively hands off. Did you know that site now has tremendous value to … Read the rest

People often do some shady things in the domain industry or simply related to the industry, so I find it funny when they try it with me!

Today, I got an email from “Rhonda Starr” using the email address rhondamstarr@gmail.com which included:

Hello,

Any interest in the mybudgethome(com) domain name?

Sincerely,
Rhonda

No shit I’m going to reply! This is going to be fun!!!!!! So I replied with:

Wow, that is really a great domain name! I’d love to buy

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