I’m still not sure If I am going to continue to do these or not, but I have still been doing the research and I have still beeen writing down notes while doing the research.. so here is a Big List of domain name discoveries from my daily dig notes. If you are wondering, this is two days worth of digging and I clearly do not write about “all” of the domains I see. I don’t hide any, it just … Read the rest

This morning I had discovered something that I found a little interesting, a domain for sale lander on Phishing.com . The domain name is under control by domain name registrar Mark Monitor with the generic whois data of “Matt Serlin” and DNStination Inc.  which is often the name used when the company buys a domain for a client.

Phishing.com was a simple parked page with Bodis.com, prior to changing to the current Mark Monitor landing page in the screenshot below.… Read the rest

The follow is a domain inquiry story from start to finish. From what I found, my action and the action of other parties involved.

This morning when I was digging around domains that were moving and I ran into the following information:


Hand registered a bunch of variations of “Progress In Mind” domain names. They do not currently own ProgressInMind.com, as that is a blog and owned by Richard Sykes. I would bet Lundbeck
is trying to purchase the … Read the rest

Owning any domain name can result in “somebody” wanting to buy it for various reasons, so if for some reason out of the blue, somebody contacts you with interest in buying your domain name, it is vital that you do research into who may be the interested party with interest in your domain name.

What research methods do I suggest you do?

Know who is contacting you! The person/company contacting you could be a domain buyer broker, it could be … Read the rest