Domain Name Wire editor Andrew Allemann reviews the latest news in the domain name business including: buying and selling domain names, domain name monetization, legal issues, new top level domain names (new TLDs), and businesses such as GoDaddy, Google and Web.com. Also includes interviews with people in the domain name industry to help you make money with domain names.
Which entities should take down websites, and when? There has been a lot of talk about censorship and taking down websites over the past couple of months. On today’s show, I talk with Tucows CEO Elliot Noss about the issue.
An in-depth look at one domain investor’s strategy and results. Mark Levine returns to the podcast this week to dig into his 2020 domain investing results. You’ll learn about his revenues and costs, which TLDs he sold,
The legendary domain name investor reflects on new top level domains and talks about his upcoming sale of 23 strings. Frank Schilling is exiting the top level domain business in a big way: he’s auctioning off his 23 top level domains on April 28 in wha...
How to make sure your domain business keeps sizzling. This week we take an outside-in look at your domain business. My guest, Warren Coughlin came on the show last year when the economy ground to a halt due to the pandemic. Back then,
How to get the most out of Squadhelp. Squadhelp launched its new white label marketplace for domainers last summer and I’ve been testing it out ever since. Today, I quiz Squadhelp CEO Darpen Munjal about many of the features and how to get the best res...
Listen to three newer domain investors talk about their strategies, tools, and approach. They say “all of the good domains are taken” and many people think that if you didn’t get into domain investing early, it’s too late. But last week,
Andrew Miller talks about the old and the new. My guest today is Andrew Miller, an early domain investor who sold beer.com, shop.com, diamond.com and many other gems. On today’s show, we dig into domain investing in the early 2000s.
What’s NielsenIQ, and why did it acquire NIQ.com? Nielsen — the company you probably know for TV ratings — is really much more than that. This year, the company is splitting into two. On today’s show, I interview Jacqueline Woods,
Here’s where 22 domain industry pros think we’re headed in 2021. Bring out the champagne, 2020 is almost over! It has certainly been an eventful, life-altering year. We’re concluding 2020 with our annual predictions episode.
A look back at 2020 in the domain name business. It’s a special edition this week as I review the top stories and trends in the domain name market in 2020. We’ll discuss the pandemic’s impact on the market, continuing consolidation, the failed .