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  1. silentg

    legal Smells like Cybersquatting? How the UDRP “Smell Test” Can Go Awry

    Smells like Cybersquatting? How the UDRP “Smell Test” Can Go Awry By Nat Cohen https://circleid.com/posts/20221026-smells-like-cybersquatting-how-the-udrp-smell-test-can-go-awry
  2. silentg

    legal Smells like Cybersquatting? How the UDRP “Smell Test” Can Go Awry

    Smells like Cybersquatting? How the UDRP “Smell Test” Can Go Awry By Nat Cohen https://circleid.com/posts/20221026-smells-like-cybersquatting-how-the-udrp-smell-test-can-go-awry
  3. Robert27

    discuss The Problem with Domains - they are not liquid in bad times

    By all accounts things are going to get worse economically so how can you get some money in. I am a newbie and know very little but from what I can see there are better things to invest in than Domains. I suppose it all comes down to quality and liquidity, a good domain will always sell. Where...
  4. Robert27

    discuss The Problem with Domains - they are not liquid in bad times

    By all accounts things are going to get worse economically so how can you get some money in. I am a newbie and know very little but from what I can see there are better things to invest in than Domains. I suppose it all comes down to quality and liquidity, a good domain will always sell. Where...
  5. dnsgeni

    Pick ONE > investing.com invest.com

    Which one do you consider to be of most value?
  6. dnsgeni

    Pick ONE > investing.com invest.com

    Which one do you consider to be of most value?
  7. News

    .com The Domain King’s new Stud and Jester domains

    The Domain King’s motto of being a pole vaulter setting new records should be a reminder to those that failed repeatedly in their domain ventures: Try again, then set the bar higher. studlookup.com studpapa.com studpappy.com studparking.com studstall.com studfeed.com... Read More
  8. News

    .com The Domain King’s new Stud and Jester domains

    The Domain King’s motto of being a pole vaulter setting new records should be a reminder to those that failed repeatedly in their domain ventures: Try again, then set the bar higher. studlookup.com studpapa.com studpappy.com studparking.com studstall.com studfeed.com... Read More
  9. News

    advice Domain deal: The Chinese method of investing

    China‘s domain community is strong, having rolled out several waves and trends of investing: “Chinese” letter LLL and LLLL .com’s, numeric domain names, Pinyin, and more. Using the Latin character set for most domain name investments is the norm in China, but what exactly do China’s investors...
  10. News

    advice Domain deal: The Chinese method of investing

    China‘s domain community is strong, having rolled out several waves and trends of investing: “Chinese” letter LLL and LLLL .com’s, numeric domain names, Pinyin, and more. Using the Latin character set for most domain name investments is the norm in China, but what exactly do China’s investors...
  11. abstractdomainer

    discuss Difference between a good and a great investor

    One of the big differences between a good and a great domain name investor is the time horizon for which they invest in a domain name: 1) They think long term 2) They buy names to hold for a longer period of time 3) Because they think long term, they know that they can't afford to hold and...
  12. abstractdomainer

    discuss Difference between a good and a great investor

    One of the big differences between a good and a great domain name investor is the time horizon for which they invest in a domain name: 1) They think long term 2) They buy names to hold for a longer period of time 3) Because they think long term, they know that they can't afford to hold and...
  13. WNC HOLDINGS

    VOID APPRAISALS: AS IF THE NAME ONLY MATTERS

    Define valuable. Is “a 2-3 letter .com with an egregious use-case history” more valuable than “a hand-registered 22-character domain name with prospects”? To be clear, this isn’t a question of which TLD is really “king”. It’s a matter of how investor morals, values and principles are factored...
  14. WNC HOLDINGS

    VOID APPRAISALS: AS IF THE NAME ONLY MATTERS

    Define valuable. Is “a 2-3 letter .com with an egregious use-case history” more valuable than “a hand-registered 22-character domain name with prospects”? To be clear, this isn’t a question of which TLD is really “king”. It’s a matter of how investor morals, values and principles are factored...
  15. abstractdomainer

    Learnings in domaining - How do you keep up?

    Just wondering how do you keep yourself updated with your daily domaining learnings? Do you refer to a blog, website, podcast, courses etc? Also, how does domaining change once you have figured out your product-market fit and have consistent sales? Do you have to adapt much after you reach a...
  16. abstractdomainer

    Learnings in domaining - How do you keep up?

    Just wondering how do you keep yourself updated with your daily domaining learnings? Do you refer to a blog, website, podcast, courses etc? Also, how does domaining change once you have figured out your product-market fit and have consistent sales? Do you have to adapt much after you reach a...
  17. ReallyBigIdea.com

    debate Domaining is over. Domainers must now drop the domains.

    Domaining is over. Domainers must now drop the domains. Do you agree?
  18. ReallyBigIdea.com

    debate Domaining is over. Domainers must now drop the domains.

    Domaining is over. Domainers must now drop the domains. Do you agree?
  19. Alvin Brown

    interviews Stair stepping into the Domain Industry with Andrew Rosener

    Recently @MediaOptions Andrew Rosener and I sat down for a much long-awaited interview (more my fault than Drew’s). Nevertheless, we traveled back down memory lane and journeyed from the bottom to the top to learn how Drew amassed a portfolio of 1,100 domains, yet never knew a domain industry...
  20. Alvin Brown

    interviews Stair stepping into the Domain Industry with Andrew Rosener

    Recently @MediaOptions Andrew Rosener and I sat down for a much long-awaited interview (more my fault than Drew’s). Nevertheless, we traveled back down memory lane and journeyed from the bottom to the top to learn how Drew amassed a portfolio of 1,100 domains, yet never knew a domain industry...