Interesting Domain Drops Happening Lately This post is to highlight some domain drops that are occurring and are happening under the radar. Who would have thought that CCC.com’s drop or CVCV.com’s drop and no one has historical data as to what dropped when and who caught what. In my opinion, these domains hold value and I wish there was more alertness as
DomainAfterLife.com - Wednesday, April 24, 2013 - 20:52
Expired Domain Catching/Warehousing – My Practices And Advice I am a domain name investor and keep a warehouse of domain names available for purchase. In this article, I’d like to go over my experiences and methods I use to keep my inventory manageable and consistent to attract buyers. Most of this experience will date back to a few years, in the past I
DomainAfterLife.com - Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - 21:59
Listen To Your Gut Instinct When Chasing Expired Domain Names Often times people will chase expiring (Pending Delete) domain names on a whim. I think the lists at namejet & the like have conditioned fellow drop catchers to think that some domains may be valuable or attract a certain level of attention. I’m not one to favor drop catching a domain just because it attracts
DomainAfterLife.com - Sunday, March 17, 2013 - 0:39
How To Go About Pooling Investors For A New Profitable Business? Hello Everyone, I am writing to see how I would go about finding domaining related investors who may want to invest money in a profitable domain related idea. Usually I am flying solo in the domain arena, but lately I have been working on a master scale plan. The plan is very unique and hasn’t
DomainAfterLife.com - Monday, March 4, 2013 - 20:21
SuperBowl Outage Reminds Me Of An Expired Domain Name While the most watched event on USA television was going on today, the power went out in the middle of the event. The yearly superbowl is the most watched TV event all year & advertisers pay millions of dollars in advertising. Super Bowl XLVII This year had a power outage & advertisers made out like bandits.
DomainAfterLife.com - Sunday, February 3, 2013 - 23:42
DomainAfterLife.com - Tuesday, January 15, 2013 - 1:16
Backordering Domain Names Is A Simple Game Of Math – Do You Get It? As most of you know, I have been an avid pending delete (expired) domains drop catcher for several years now. I have been really successful in what I do & the net profits have never been better. Each day, things get better for me. Why? I guess it’s because I simply never give up. I
DomainAfterLife.com - Sunday, January 13, 2013 - 23:19
How To Pony Up An Offer Into A Sale Without Leaving Money On The Table Lately I have been getting more & more offers on domain names that I have sitting around. Maybe my “eye” for selecting domains to keep in my portfolio has gotten better. Perhaps the hundreds of domains I have laying around are becoming useful to others in those niches. I like to think that it’s a
DomainAfterLife.com - Saturday, January 12, 2013 - 22:46
Develop Your Domains Into Websites – What Are You Waiting For? In my opinion, the best domains are being held hostage by domain investors that don’t know how to develop a website. This post should shed some light on what you can do with your domains & convert them into operational websites where you obtain profit & sales from a domain name. Like the saying goes:
DomainAfterLife.com - Saturday, January 12, 2013 - 0:7
DomainAfterLife.com - Tuesday, January 1, 2013 - 23:42
NameJet Domain Backorders Don’t Make Sense To Me Lately, I have been looking to backorder sites in hopes of securing domain names that I want to backorder. One of the sites I visit most are namejet.com & backorderzone.com. I have to admit that most of the backordered domain names make absolutely no sense to me. It must be that I am used to cherry picking
DomainAfterLife.com - Tuesday, January 1, 2013 - 21:43
Online Reputation – Years To Build & A Second To Lose In An Instant Hello everyone, I have been in the domain business since 2003. I really got active around 2006 & 2007. Since then, the dot com bubble has fizzled down immensely. Something I’d like to touch on today is how your online reputation means a lot to your customers. I’m sure most online entrepreneurs have experienced going...
DomainAfterLife.com - Thursday, December 27, 2012 - 20:45
Drop Catching Software & Successful API’s As most of the readers of my blog know, I offer expired domains drop catching software. I recently have been getting good feedback about certain API’s that seem to be outperforming others. For instance, lately, the namesilo.com API seems to be catching a lot of domains for my customers. It’s great that the namesilo regis...
DomainAfterLife.com - Sunday, December 9, 2012 - 22:6
INTERNET.BS Drop Catching Software Now Available I am proud to offer drop catching software for the internet.bs registrar API. This software seems to be really fast at hitting Internet.bs’ API and securing expiring domain names on your behalf. Internet.bs has a really good api system which hits the central registry at a good rate. In my testing, I was able to
DomainAfterLife.com - Monday, November 19, 2012 - 20:4
RegisterFly.com Hits Pending Delete – Registrar Accreditation Terminated In 2007 It’s not often that I notice a pending delete domain that reminds me of the past. However, upon scanning tomorrow’s drop list of pending delete domains I noticed that the domain registerfly.com hit pending delete and will be deleted from the central registry. Tomorrow the domain will expire and become available for regist...
DomainAfterLife.com - Thursday, October 18, 2012 - 20:54
Reseller Club – Directi API Drop Catching Software Directi (resellerclub.com) offers a powerful drop catching API. This API is good for catching expiring domain names into your resellerclub account. The pricing is reasonable and the API is capable of sending up to 100 calls every minute. The calls are usually to register domain names during the drop window. Directi allows a maximum o...
DomainAfterLife.com - Thursday, September 27, 2012 - 20:5