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December 17, 2018 15:06

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Critical Mass. Has the Internet Peaked for Now? YUP!

Morning Folks!! The biggest shift in Internet use in nearly 2 decades has occurred in 2018. The shift may be invisible to the masses but they should be vividly clear if you make your living online. As I stated in an earlier post this month, “Social is no longer Social, it’s Dangerous.” So the major […]

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The Bogus “Premium Domain List”

Morning Folks!! “Premium Domains”, “Unique Domains” please! I get these silly LISTS of “Premium Domains” all day long. Well folks, if it is a “Premium Domain” it belongs by itself. Not mixed in with 100 other domains that are also called “Premium Domains”. By the face of it it sounds more like you have “Premium […]

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And now Rick Adds ANOTHER $173k to the Teem.com Deal!!

Morning Folks!! The gift that keeps giving. In September Teem.com was bought out and I got a SURPRISE check for $642,000. Bringing my total of the Teem.com sale to just about $800k. I wake up this morning with another email. I guess there was a bit of a “Holdback” and I just found out I […]

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Internet: The ONLY Chance for Autonomy comes in the Form of a Domain Name.

Morning Folks!! Definition of autonomous. 1a : having the right or power of self-government an autonomous territory. b : undertaken or carried on without outside control : self-contained an autonomous school system. 2a : existing or capable of existing independently So, lets conclude that Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google and all the rest of SOCIAL CRAP […]

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Zak Muscovitch Gives BEST Argument EVER for the Legitimacy & Practice of Buying and Selling Domain Names

Morning Folks!! After Verisign dissed ALL Domain Name Investors and Speculators by their blog post there was a strong response and sometimes emotional response by the domain bloggers and many others including yours truly. Domainers are angry and offended about that. Rightfully so! Now the dust has settled and Zak Muscovitch (General Council for the […]

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Domain vs Kiosks. The Hole in the Donut Theory. A River of New Found Cash!!!!

Morning Folks!! We have all seen those small Kiosks scattered throughout malls in previous un-rentable, un-profitable  and just public spaces. (This is what I would refer to as “Selling the HOLE in the donut”. You would be hard pressed to find one under $1000 a month and in most cases a decent mall can be […]

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Social Media is No Longer Social, It’s Dangerous!

Morning Folks!! Social Media is no longer social. It’s almost anti-social at this stage and won’t be getting better. It will continue to get worse as hate and agendas now control it. It’s not even safe! Social Media has been weaponized. It has destroyed people and careers by the thousands! Your personal data has been […]

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The Biggest Threat to Domain Investors are Domainers!

Morning Folks!! I have been involved in some 55 industries in my life. The core of most industries are the same. How they run is very similar and the back biting is pretty much universal. But most of those industries had associations that were widely supported. That offered group discounts and were powerful by their […]

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Negotiating Contracts Can be Expensive. Have the Buying Party PAY for YOUR Attorney!!

Morning Folks!! When I negotiate a multi faceted domain deal I don’t even START the final negotiations until they agree to pay my legal expenses. Negotiating any bona fide contact may easily cost several thousand dollars. My deals cost up to $2ok because there are a lot of moving parts. Why should I be out […]

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Is 2018 Shaping up to be a Good Year for Top Reported Domain Sales? Short Answer “Not Exactly”.

Morning Folks!! So, since 2005, Ron Jackson’s DNJournal has been chronicling the top reported domain sales each and every week as well as a “Top 100 Chart” for each and every year. A LOT of work! Thanks Ron! I took the liberty of adding up all those reported sales starting in 2005 and segregated by […]

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