Located in Contests and Online Fun started by BrandCougar, Mar 5, 2019.
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The contest is only for .COM domains.
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Yes, you can edit the post. Just replace the domain with a "." or something. Look for the "Edit" link in your posts.
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Definition of protreptic
: an utterance (such as a speech) designed to instruct and persuade
2nd Entry: BudMama.com
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Thanks for participating in the contest.
Please EDIT post # 334 to be "one Entry per Post". And add the 2nd Entry into a separate Post.
The reason we have this requirement is to properly track "Likes" per each Entry for the Top 20 Finalist.
Thanks for participating in the contest.
Please EDIT post # 327 & post # 328 to replace the domains with "--------" (hypens).
The reason for the request is this contest is for .COM domains only.
*** SPOTLIGHT ***
The "Spotlight" program appear to be popular. Glad everyone is enjoying them.
While reviewing the current Contest Summary by "Likes" Report earlier this week, I noticed a few Participants had more than one Entry in the Top 50 ranking. It appears they have an eye for finding solid Hand Regs and the audience is posting "Likes" to those Entries. Congrats!
This got me thinking that I should start a "Spotlight" program in this thread, so we could learn a little bit about their domaining journey and ask them to share a few insights with us..
This will be our 5th Spotlight post and our guest this morning is: @Silentptnr
I think you will like the "Spotlight" program this month as each individual shares a bit about their domaining background, the sites & tools they use, the current industry sectors they see as promising, along with a little advise for those new to the business.
It's a mini-interview series of 4-5 direct questions and I hope you enjoy this piece. (see below).
Q & A with @Silentptnr
1) What year did you register your 1st domain? How long have you been an active domainer?
I had been using the internet prior to the first "web". I really didn't think of domain names as assets back then. To the best of my recollection, I registered my first domain names in the year 2000. I made my first domain sale back in 2002. I guess you could call that the time I became an active domainer. That first sale is actually when I began to think of domain names as having monetary value. I still didn't really connect all the dots until several years later. Prior to finding NamePros, I worked completely alone with domain names. I didn't really interact with other domain name investors.
2) What is your preferred Registrar for Hand Registering domains?
On a pc, I like to search and hand register domain names at NameSilo. The interface is fast and each time I search, it adds the availability results to a list of each name I search during my session. I don't have to put them into a cart to remember them. On my cellphone (yes I lookup domain name ideas on my phone too), I like the way Dynadot's mobile site is on my phone. The fields are big and work well for mobile.
3) What are your preferred Topics / Industry Sectors that you see as promising?
I do a lot of reading. My reading is typically in the areas of technology, marketing, branding, finance, sports, and a few more. I've said that you can tell a lot about a domainer by their hand registrations.
4) What sales channel(s), platform(s), or sales landing page site(s) do you use?
I currently use Efty for my landing pages. I have had good results auctioning domains on NameJet and GoDaddy. I have names listed on Afternic as well. I have had domains listed on a couple of brandable platforms as well as Flippa, and might try them again in the future. I've also used Uniregistry, and some of the smaller registrar marketplaces. I guess my favorites are NameJet, GoDaddy, and Afternic. It's always fun buying and selling on NamePros as well.
5) Any suggestions for someone new to domaining?
If I were to define domaining as having domains specifically for the purpose of reselling for a profit, then my best advice is to very carefully evaluate the cost of renewals so as not to over spend and stress on renewals, to be very careful about domain extensions other than .com, and that quality over quantity rules. Spend more on less names, not less on more names. Lastly, read, read, read to fill in all the rest that you'll need to know.
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4th entry. Registered On: 2019-03-15.
5th entry. Registered On: 2019-03-15.
We are looking for more Entries!
Did you Hand Reg a domain this week?
If so, please Enter your new .COM domain in the NamePros March 2019 HandReg contest.
(Free to Enter - $25 Winner Jackpot)
Submit one Entry per Post ---> up to 5 Entries per person
We require one Entry per Post so that we can accurately tally the "Likes" at month end to help select the Top 20 Finalist.
Join the fun!!
ps: The squirrel... the squirrel... here comes the squirrel... dancing on the lawn... somewhat amber & bronze. (okay - not a poet - better stick with my day job).
Entry 3: CryptoCurrenciesAPP.com
Entry 4: SmartTechAPP.com
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