Located in General Domain Discussion, started by Domain Monk, Jun 4, 2021
Did you enjoy our Mr Ricky Gervais at your Golden Globes?
Agree except dotcom isn't the only cat in the hat.
Analyze a lot and collect data!
Do (almost) never buy from pure instinct...
If hard work was the answer, the African slaves that worked the cotton fields in America would've been billionaires.
With that said, hard work can definitely help, but only after you've learned to work smart.
Same thing can be say for people who work for Amazon (new types off slave) they are not billionaires it's only one J.B. etc..
Can we define working hard? I prefer to work effectively and nothing else. Also I'm learning how to do this.
Work a lot, but with the KNOWLEDGE on what is profitable, and what is not. So first, study "hard" and then work "hard". I would say that to work hard AND to work smart is the key. So I agree with the term "effectively".
My own domaining profits increase the more I work and that is a proven fact. The problem is that I get really tired from searching and analyzing names, more than 5-6 hours a day...
be flexible, pick a niche & do your research
To never "reveal secrets of your domaining success"
So is working hard getting a lot done in short spaces of time over an extended period?
Buy one-word extremely generic new gTLDs, like online.store, software.solutions, plumbing.services, etc.
else don't go buying in every new gTLDs!
icann 5 day refunds haha
Separate names with a comma.