GoDaddy.com by far has the largest inventory of domain names of any domain registrar. Some of these domains expire and go to “expired auction” but for some reason, the inventory of expired auctions sucks at GoDaddy compared to other services, like NameJet.

GoDaddy Auctions lacks expired inventory for generic one word domains that are valuable! VCVC.com’s, NNNN’s, LLL’s and simply general nice two word domains when you compare the inventory to NameJet.

So why does the expired inventory suck, compared … Read the rest

Startup companies are a very interesting sector to watch and I wish I would write about more of them. I have been watching them more lately than I have in the past so maybe I will write about them more. The startup domain market is pretty odd really!

One thing I have noticed while scouring CrunchBase.com is that A LOT of startups are simply naming the companies a single word. Let me use Honor for an example, a service that … Read the rest

Learning by doing is something I love to do. The other day I did a list of nice .us domain names that were freshly listed on Sedo with Buy It Now prices. The article was enjoyed by many and several people purchased domain names directly from my list using the affiliate links provided by me.

Here are some things I learned.

284 outbound clicks were done on the first day I published the story! Nice! See:

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I am very happy to finally announce that my Domain Movers series is moving over to the very popular publication TheDomains.com, which is owned by Michael Berkens. I will also be the one writing the series on TheDomains!

A lot of people have come to love the series as it provides a lot of unique content relating to domain names and what corporations are acquiring and what they are doing with the domains they already own.

Another great thing … Read the rest

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