In Your Face and Spot On! Big Answers to Big Questions

Morning Folks!!


I just wanted to repost this interview I did withSully’s
Blog
. It touches on some interesting items and I give my usual frank and in your face answers to
the questions posed. I hope there is something of value for you in your quest for greater success.


Mike: You recently posted about “the domain industry
expanding, but domainers are shrinking” as related to possibly keeping
the 2011 T.R.A.F.F.I.C. for domainers only. There are, as you point
out, a limited number of full-time domainers. What are your thoughts
around part-time domainers? That is, those with full-time jobs in an
unrelated industry that are trying to become full-time domainers. Is it
possible for someone to achieve this at this point in the Internet’s
cycle? In your experience, do you see part-time domainers come and go
or is there growth in this demographic of the industry?


Rick: Every domainer I know started at this part time. Every single
one including myself. So I applaud and encourage all that are getting
into it. I always say don’t quit your day job until it interferes with
your money making abilities in domaining. However there are different
types of new folks. You have folks like Tia Wood who get in, learn,
understand, marry what she learns with her skills and then is able to
contribute to help others. But unfortunately she is the exception not
the rule. In the early days we were all Tia’s put together and then
bound together. Many made no money but had that desire and passion to
learn without peeing over other people in the process. Just classy
people with the strong desire to do better for themselves and their
families. (btw, Tia, I was not sure if it was 'Wood' or 'Woods' so I took the liberty of registering 'TiaWoods.com' for you this morning. Let me know where to push it. Likely it will become more valuable to you as word of mouth is still the greatest advertising on earth and you will have some dumb folks like me not sure which one)


Today we have domain bloggers that are not even domainers but blog
only for profit. That is fine, but folks that come in today are
confused. They certainly don’t have to look up to me, but they can
certainly look at who I look up to and respect and applaud because they
know what they are doing. They can certainly look at dozens of others
and their success stories. No two stories the same. There are so many where would you start? I know, you would start with folks that already found gold and know where to look as opposed to those still searching for their first strike. Imagine a gold miner that refused
to sift thru dirt. Would not find any gold either. So that person is
what I would call 'Noise.' Do you think other Gold Miners want to spend
time with a guy like that? They would know he was a fool at best and now you know how to weed out the 'Noise' Pretty simple test. Too lazy to apply the test? Then you get what you get and chances are you too will become noise. It is not up to me, never was, never will be, but there it is.


With so many success stories why would anyone in their right mind follow failure and be proud of it? But don’t confuse
that with keeping score for success and failure. All the guys I look up
to fail a lot and have no shame for it. They embrace failure because
that is a stepping-stone to success when you are a trailblazer.


But their secret is OPM. They LEARN from 'Other People's Mistakes.' They don't copy failure, they copy success. They actually know the difference. So when others laugh
at your failure, what they are really doing is excusing and masking
their own lack of success as they sit on the sidelines or just put on a sideshow. Time to know the difference. The folks I hang with don’t root for failure
or get off when others don’t succeed. They encourage folks and are
happy when their friends find success. I think most folks yearn for that again. When business was done by reputation and a handshake.


The mindset of so many new folks is they want the $$$ first and then
they think they are entitled to something. The only thing they are
entitled to is to work hard and find a niche that works for them that is
profitable. But first you got to be on the right path so simply being a
part time domainer does not mean much. You need to have successes along
the way. But let me be clear, even the newest domainer can offer
something of great value to the conversation. Domainers come from many
different backgrounds and cultures. They have info to offer and share.
That is what built the industry. Sharing. TRAFFIC is built on sharing.
You never know who holds the single most important piece of the puzzle
because they are all important pieces. You never know who you are going to meet at TRAFFIC. But they all have one thing in common. They have all invested time and dollars to travel to a distant place to actively make things happen and make things happen right then and there. These are folks of action meeting with other folks of action. Just another secret behind TRAFFIC. I got my reputation for not encouraging the 'Noise' and 'Naysayers' sitting on the sidelines to come and the 'Noise' and 'Naysayers' always makes more 'Noise' because that's what they do with their time. As time goes on more and more serious folks see why I would do this and I have no plans of changing.


Mike: You are considered among many to be the leading expert
in the industry. What is your opinion of the .CO TLD? Is it the next
best thing since .COM or an over-hyped release of yet another ccTLD
trying to rebrand right out of the gate?


Rick: It’s nice that many say that but just as many would argue it
and I can’t say I blame them. Many have done much better than me and
have many more accomplishments. I have just been very outspoken and
bullish on something when nobody else was. I figured a smaller piece of a
bigger pie was a winning hand. That said I know domain names better
than anything I have ever been involved in. It’s as if I was groomed all
of my life for this. I live it, breathe it, feel it, taste it. Just something hard to explain but very deep.


As for .CO……Sorry, I am not smart enough to figure any of that out at
this point. What determines the success or failure of any extension
will not be domainers. It will be determined by end users and
advertising budgets, brochures, billboards and all the rest. No ad
dollars spent on an extension means RIP. It’s all about the ad dollars.
Not the moon, the stars, the registry, the hype. So that is why each new
extension is speculative. But that is what domaining is about so you
need to do the job and get in or out based on what you believe and not
what anyone tells you. But listen to your wallet the most. If it is
getting fatter, keep going. If it is getting thinner. STOP and try
something different.


.CO is an interesting extension. It will be years before we know if
it is truly embraced or not and that is why patience is always a huge
piece of the domain game. Meanwhile many domainers will make a lot of
money buying and selling to each other and some end users. I have bought
about 2000 myself. Time will tell. Right now, it’s a 12 month option
and then I will re-evaluate and see. One thing I will say…..every
domainer at a pretty equal shot at getting some domains of value. Of
course if all folks do is register Pigeon Shit, then they won’t make a
dime and they will lose their money. On the other hand the ones that do
understand domains will pick a few winners that will pay for their
entire investment and more. What do all the whiners say then? Who do
they lash out then for keeping them back? Who will even take them
seriously again? The answer, newbie’s who don’t know any better. There
will always be an endless supply of ignorance and a limited amount of
talented domainers that will hit gushers once again. Some that came into
the industry 30 days ago will be bigger and more successful than 50% of
the folks reading this. Then what do the whiners say? It basically
impugned every word they ever uttered and the basis of their every
thought. So at that moment they have a choice. Get even more angry and
more frustrated or give it up, take a deep breath and give it a fresh
shot with a good attitude.


Mike: This next question can apply to both new and
experienced domainers. There are many bloggers and forum posters, each
with their own and often conflicting opinions. Particularly for those
new to the industry, what do you feel are the best sources of quality
information to learn from?


Rick: Well, I certainly would focus on blogs where the blogger has
enjoyed some level of success. Some bloggers as I suggest above are not
even domainers or just regurgitate or plagiarize posts by other domains
bloggers or talk without much to back it up. If you want to know what is
going on in the domain Industry I look to TheDomains.com, DNJournal.com
and then Domaining.com to see who else has something of value to
contribute. But I hate blogs that I have no idea who the author is and
that takes away a lot of the credibility.


Don’t believe half of what you read and question the other half.
Follow the financial motive of folks giving advice. Don’t be lazy. Find
the source and verify. Successful domainers as a rule have hearts of
gold and are more than willing to help others. Lashing out at folks
contributing their time and thoughts and asking nothing in return is
just not very classy and whether you succeed or fail folks should have
the dignity to treat others with respect. If folks take what I say
personally without me naming a single domain name or single domainer’s
name then I guess they have indicted themselves. If the shoe fits, they
bought the damn store. So my plain spoken words are aimed at failure of
the idea, failure of making a profit, failure of a successful plan.
Failure to find the success they are looking for. Where is the personal
name? But the shadows I talk to speaks back in highly personal and mean
spirited ways and I will never make any apologies for not wanting to
surround myself with narrow minded lowlife losers like that. When they
grow up and get some class, then we can see until then, the nameless
will name me without me ever mentioning them and those cheering them on
are in the same league. So pretty easy to spot the losers. They call
themselves out and it is amusing to those that know the difference.
Invisible to those that don’t know.


So to the newbie’s….if you are reading a post or a blog and they
spend their time taking pot shots at me…..it’s the definition of a
loser. Not for disagreeing, we can do that and debate that all day if
the motive is to find the best solution or answer. But for the mean
spirited personal pot shots that are uncalled for and unnecessary. For
those folks, I registered FuckYou.co and a few other socially negative
domains. Like Asshole.co and Morons.co. Come on! This is the most fun
profession in the universe and if you are not making money, having a
good time doing it, then all I ever suggested was try something new or
something different until you find something that does. Those 3 domains
were all just registered. Total cost $103. Does anyone reading this
seriously question I can’t flip for a nice profit right now regardless
of the destiny of .CO?


Mike: I believe you coined the term “Pigeon Shit” when
referring to registering domains that are worthless. I confess that I
collected a lot of pigeon shit before I started to get a feel for what
had some value. In your experience, is this a trap most people fall
into when they start to acquire domains? Why do you think that
registrars don’t include some advice, even to end users, on how to
select a good domain name?


Rick: Yes absolutely. We all own pigeon shit in our portfolios. Some
domains pan out, some don’t. Like panning for gold. Knowing the
difference is what domaining is all about. There is no guidebook nor
could there be as the industry will always change and evolve and that is
why there are so many ways to make money.


A registrar could not care less if they sell a premium domain or
pigeon shit nor should they. Except for their premium auctions which is a
printing press, their job is to register as many domains as possible
and that’s that. Anyone saying anything else is not dealing with reality
or just not being candid. So never listen to a registrar when it comes
to domain names. Two different goals and agendas and they are not wrong.
The ones not knowing and understanding the motives of each are wrong
for not understanding this.


Mike: Back in May, you posted on your blog about possibly
starting up some domain trading based on a small subset of your
domains. Have you done anything with that? Received any trade
requests? Do you think that, if this develops, it could be an equitable
means of strengthening a domainer’s portfolio?


Rick: It basically falls flat every time I bring it up. But someday
this will be common place. So now I do the trading 2 step. I sell a
domain and then take the proceeds to buy the domain I would have traded
for. I seldom go into the funds I have already set aside. I want new
funds to buy new domains. My business has always been self-sustaining.
That means all the dollars I use to buy domains come from the dollars I
made with domains to begin with.


Mike: Do you still actively acquire names? If so, how do
you go about purchasing them (private transactions or through brokers)?
What criteria do you look for?


Rick: I do nearly every day. Some hand registered, some aftermarket. I
buy many at auctions or private emails. But I get domains that fill a
need or diversify what I do. The criteria I use is when the domain
stands alone, it means something and is easy to spell. I focus on
commercial but have a lot of social type domains. Knowing the difference
is important. I was the first to even talk about the two
classifications. Am I as aggressive as I was back in the 1990’s? No.
That was a unique opportunity in time and I have said so many times. But
there will be more unique opportunities and the key is recognizing them
when they cross your path. I have never seen an industry with so many
ways to succeed on a daily basis.


Mike: How about selling names… do you seek out buyers or do they typically come to you for the domains? How do you decide what you feel is a fair price?


Rick: I have never really actively or formally tried to sell a domain
name. I emailed Hershey’s twice and have had some domains included in a
bulk domain ad. The whois is my best salesmen. As for price, there are
so many factors at play and then circumstance is always a huge part.
What would I do with the dollars I get? Is there a reason to sell? Is
there a reason to keep it? Is there a domain I could buy with those
dollars that would make my decision important. Is there a toy I want to
buy but don’t want to put out the dollars? Does it make my overall
portfolio stronger or weaker? Do I have a plan for the domain? What is
the value of that plan? So many factors at play and I am not forced to
sell to pay renewal fees. Some registered for fun or a hoot or a one
time event.


Mike: What advice do you have for those that are new or less experienced in the field?


Rick: Don’t just run off and buy or register a domain name. Learn the
elements that make one domain have value or potential value and one
that is something with an extension on the end. Your first buys become
your foundation and most important. It is not rocket science. The domain
is the centerpiece of every new business. There is still ample
opportunity. So many qualified domainers do share their ideas and
methods and they are often met with resistance. Some of it pretty ugly.
What they do is not working yet they resist what is. So the first piece
of advice is to not be so stubborn and defensive that you refuse to
question your own decisions when they are not working the way you
thought they would. The second would be stop chasing yesterday’s news
and events and focus how things will unfold in the future.


In closing let me say that In domaining there is opportunity every
day at every corner. Some seize that opportunity and others whine when
it passes them by. Black and white to me and I hope what I have said
makes it clearer for you as well. My words are designed to sometimes be
uncomfortable. Change is never comfortable and IF what you are doing is
not working you have a choice, get mad at me for pointing it out or try
something different until you find what works. If my delivery style is
not to your liking, get over it or don’t read it. That’s like being
stuck on something that does not matter. Stuck on stupid. In 20 years
they can tell their grand kids how Rick Schwartz held them back from
success because of his words and delivery. They won’t even buy that
bullshit, why would they think folks are buying it now?


So nobody conveniently twists my words to suit their story line which
seems to be in vogue these days, this is what I believe. I believe that
Domainers, developers, IT, graphics and SEO folks along with others
should be working together with a common purpose and goal. I have
believed that since the day I got on the net. Unfortunately there are
too many jealousies, prejudices, and Type A personalities to allow that.
Together we could build empires, alone, a lot of ugly frustration among
each group.


In the real world you might have a landowner, a developer, a general
contractor, an architect and hundreds of workers working well together
to bring an idea to life. Seems like that blueprint has been in place
for a very long time and one day will be common online as well. We are
the ones that should be making that happen.


Hope this answers some questions and provides some insight. In closing all I can say is I have done all I can do to reach as many willing minds as possible and these posts over the past years will stand the test of time for anyone that has the desire and passion to keep moving to the next level whether in domains or anything else in life.


Have a GREAT Day!
Rick Schwartz




45 thoughts on “In Your Face and Spot On! Big Answers to Big Questions

  1. Nickuva1

    As someone who is newer to the industry and learning the ropes, I find there is a lot of invaluable advice here. Much of it is just stuff we all should have learned from mom and dad about attitude and treating people well. A lot of it I wish I knew before I went out and registered my own world-class collection of pigeon droppings!

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  2. andy kelly

    Nickuva1 we’ve all reged pigeon shit, hell I’ve reged elephant shit, and still get amazed by some I reg now 8yrs after starting out.
    I read the full interview, interesting points (as expected) Rick are you mellowing in your dotage?
    Keep it coming

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  3. scott alliy

    Rick using your own analogy about landowner, a developer, a general contractor etc. allow me to add that the domain industry (and auxiliary services industry members) have a fantastic opportunity that fortunately due to the way we interact or fail can be done by each individual without the need (although it would be better) for team participation. That something I am talking about is to become an educator.
    When the population has a flu epidemic the WHO releases a vaccine. The epidemic faced by end users relating to domain names is ignorance. Anyone that doesn’t agree need only go to a bar or restaurant and start talking ecommerce or domain names and watch the blank stares and the crowd disperse like smoke into air.
    The vaccine to the epidemic of ignorance about domain names is education.
    I personally release informative and educational domain related news items faithfully and I encourage all that stand to benefit from the growth of the domain industry to engage in similar attempts to educate the world about what is a domain name and what makes it useful and valuable.
    Continued education about domain names will bring familiarity. With familiarity will come value in the minds of end users and that value will translate into opportunity and reward for domainers.

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  4. Dean

    I commented on Sully’s blog, but once again great interview, I enjoyed reading it immensely.

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  5. Sullys_Blog

    Rick, again I appreciate your time and perspective, as well as the mention on your blog. Quite an opportunity to pick your brain.

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  6. Morgan

    Great interview Rick and definitely one of my favorite posts this year. I am always inspired after hearing your perspective and one of my favorite topics you covered is sharing.
    It’s so important that we work together rather than against each other. You’ve always been extremely generous giving-away what I think is Educational-Gold on your blog.
    From one dedicated reader of your blog I wanted to say”Thank You” for being so open and honest with your opinions and for sharing it with the rest of us.
    I’m hoping to get a chance to do a video interview with you one of these days – maybe TRAFFIC Ireland if you’ll be there!

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  7. Rob

    I really enjoyed your interview post as it contained many things that can help newbie domainers as well as seasoned part time domainers like myself!… 12 years and going!
    It is always inspiring and useful to read something honest and packed with common sense! Thanks agian!

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  8. rob

    i highly suspect the above post is a schill post by rick, read it again
    for some history, years ago ricks very best friend was renowned for schill posting on message boards amongst other things

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  9. Rob

    rick talks as though hes changing the world lol
    when all he ever does is REVERSE CYBER SQUAT and leave a TRAIL of BAD DEALS (anyone ever heard of the saying”dont sell me a house and tell me its the taj mahal”??)
    i think it was written for you know who
    NEWSFLASH
    well done you made a few bucks,
    BUT YOUVE GOT NOTHING TO BRAG ABOUT!

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  10. Rob

    Interviewer:
    can you tell us about the diminishing number of domainers?
    Rick/Webfather/Legend in his own mind:
    well i was the first to land on the moon, and then i broke the minute mile, and i invented the internet, and most of all i invented the name pigeon shit, oh and you should see some of the prices ive sold domain names for hahaha
    and to all of the losers out there posting with anonymous names, collectively you are pigeon shit, its knee slapping stuff when i occasionally think about it, even though i have written about you my whole life in every post ive ever made, i dont think about you at all, you pack of losers!
    oh and i did create a blog to find more noobs to buy my domain names,
    AND together we are better off without sponsors, you know to keep the ideas in lolll, just makes sure your ticket is paid for first
    signed Mr800KING aka wanker

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  11. rob

    p.s i dont hate the guy, he just deserves it
    and it might help somebody think twice before be lured in to his webfatherness

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  12. James

    @Rob – are you the guy that stands outside BargainBooze in Preston who stinks of piss and shouts at everyone coming and going?

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  13. the goatee

    Rick:

    .CO is an interesting extension. I have bought about 2000 myself. Time will tell. Right now, it’s a 12 month option and then I will re-evaluate and see. One thing I will say…..every domainer at a pretty equal shot at getting some domains of value. Of course if all folks do is register Pigeon Shit, then they won’t make a dime and they will lose their money.”
    Rick, that is extraordinary.
    I would normally assume you registered tm’s or typos for the traffic, or equivalent top generics in ‘.co’
    personally i think 99.99% of .co sucks
    i won’t be touching any of them.
    question is, YOU actually registered PIGEONSHIT.CO (NO Joke Folks)
    Please share what other pigeon shit you registered in .co?
    also what did this outlay cost? i’m guessing at least $50,000?
    i’m guessing 95% will be dropped?

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  14. Sneuman

    Thanks Rick, always enjoy reading your thoughts and what I’m going to do with my 300 pieces of pigeonshit and my few pieces of gold. Now if I could just tell the difference….

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  15. George

    I don’t get why people are getting all bent out of shape about Rick’s pigeon shit commentary. Seriously, take a look at your portfolio and be honest with yourself. What names are garbage that no-one else on this planet cares about and what names do you have that resonate with other humans?
    Pretty simple actually.
    If you have a theory about something hitting big (maybe it’s electric vehicles, maybe it’s solar panels) whatever it is, take a gamble. But realize that you are taking a gamble with names that aren’t yet proven and accept it for what it is. In 5 years time maybe it will be a goldmine… but maybe it will be useless.
    Diversify! Try to get meaningful, resonant names while at the same time take chances with a hunch. But please, stop filling this board with useless commentary that adds nothing to the discussion.

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  16. the goatee

    i forgot to add the majority of that registered pigeonshit.co will turn into pigeondroppings.co LOL
    you know i’m right

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  17. rob

    wow the schills have come out to play in this thread lol
    time to fight back ey webscammer

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  18. rob

    BIG ANSWERS TO BIG QUESTIONS lol
    cure for cancer? poverty? no, more pigeon shit
    please someone post the reason why none of the big domainers (THE EXPERTS) are buying RS domains??

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  19. LS Morgan

    I believe that Domainers, developers, IT, graphics and SEO folks along with others should be working together with a common purpose and goal. I have believed that since the day I got on the net. Unfortunately there are too many jealousies, prejudices, and Type A personalities to allow that. Together we could build empires, alone, a lot of ugly frustration among each group.
    ================================
    This is spot-on and I too have been crowing about this forever… I believe that right now, the greatest skillset an eGoldminer can have is effective team building. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know C++ from a kumquat. If you can manage people and your ‘human resource screen’ filters finely enough, it doesn’t even matter.
    The weirdos I work with are probably the most motley crew of geeks, freaks, assholes and goons you could possibly imagine yet between us, we bring together the needed skills to make the internet work for us.
    Domainers- and particularly the handful of old-dogs who hold some of the best eProperties- are in a fantastic position to exercise some”social leverage” in this regard, given that their domains bring with them a huge credibility premium from the outset and there are a ton of talented people who would be glad to get on board with a well thought project on a category killing .com domain, yet it seems that so many are more concerned with earning pocket change on parking.

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  20. Dave Carpenter

    Rick I would just delete every comment from rob Mac. He says nothing, seems unbalanced and why subject anyone to that crap hole fwiw a few clicks and you can delete all those useless comments

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  21. Rob

    where do you get rob Mac from ??
    interesting to hear your answer..
    could prove my point about Webfather posting fake posts / schills

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  22. Rob

    i posted the BIGGEST QUESTION ever posted on this board and no answers, :)
    a reminder..
    why dont any of the BIG TIME DOMAINERS (THE EXPERTS) buy Ricks domains??
    i mean they’re all for sale, so why dont they buy them?

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  23. Rob

    Rick reminds me of one of those Wall st bankers selling dreams to people who dont fully understand what they are buying..
    sure it makes money, but its nothing to be proud of

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  24. Rob

    dont get me wrong, generic domains are great, but the biggest sobering thought of all to anyone thinking about paying big money for one of them is the following,
    one of or perhaps the biggest domain registrarS in the world uses the domain godaddy.com
    think about that one if your considering buying one

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  25. Rob

    and now hes getting worried about the diminishing number of domainers out there selling the dream to people :(

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  26. Altaf

    Rick,
    It said everything for us & future domainers/generations.Hope all will understand it positive sites and fully utilize its strengths.Appreciate the brain power that said all.nothing kept hidden!
    We woe you Rick.

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  27. DomainingSpain

    Right to the point!
    In the ccTLD field we have to consider language and extension, so here we have more things to take into consideration. How easy would it be to have only one extension (.com) and one language ( English )

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  28. Prakhar

    No answers.
    How godaddy.com get #1 busines for domains without using generic domain?
    Why punchbowl.com people not change name, save money, and goofoff.com?
    Why experts not buy Webfather names?

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  29. UFO

    Because Ricks prices are set at end user rates.
    Most industry buyers are looking for wholesale rates and because domains are so hard to sell (as a specialised instrument)there’s a massive difference between wholesale and retail.
    Why would a wholesaler buy or sell from another wholesaler? Its obvious they wouldn’t unless they were forced to by circumstance.

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  30. Danny Pryor

    Rick, this was a fantastic post. There are two quotes from you that I believe define you.
    “I figured a smaller piece of a bigger pie was a winning hand.”
    “Successful domainers as a rule have hearts of gold and are more than willing to help others.”
    If newbiew really knew just how much you and Howard really do extend yourselves, people who take those pot-shots would be ashamed of their ignorance (stupidity in some cases). Thanks for everything!
    dtp

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  31. jberryhill

    The standout line in there is”WHOIS is the best salesman”.
    “WHOIS” has been my consistent answer to”what is the best way to find buyers for domain names?” since 1999. The simple truth is that anyone who is sincerely interested in purchasing a domain name can do a WHOIS lookup and contact the registrant. But if they come up with BS WHOIS data or”Jim Bob’s Privacy Service”, you have put an obstacle between yourself and a prospective purchaser.

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  32. Zappy

    Rick,
    Thanks for helping to do your part to evangelize the”Domain Economy”!
    Making money with domains is mostly about three things
    1.creativity
    2.balls
    3.sense of humor.
    There are still tons of opportunities for everyone in the Internet/Domain space. I believe we’re in the second inning of the game.
    Recently I saw a K-mart TV commercial featuring their return to the”Layaway” concept. I thought to myself, thats interesting, people have maxed out their credit cards, so the concept of”Layaway” is being reborn. I put on my domainer thinking cap and in 15 minutes registered a bunch of really amazing layaway domains. It was simple and fun, I thought about things that people would still aspire to get, but need to pay for it over time through layaway.
    Some of the domains I hand registered are
    LayawayBoats.com,
    LayawayCars.com,
    LayawayHandbags.com, LayawayEngagementRing.com, LayawayFacelift.com, LayawayPlasticSurgery.com, LayawayBreastImplants.com, Etc…
    it’s a rare industry that allows you to have a fun time, creating future value!
    Enjoy it!
    Peace. Zappy

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  33. AlanR

    Rick has created more millionaires either directly or indirectly in this business than anyone else out there and there will be more to come as the Rick keeps sharing his wisdom! The dumb fucks will criticize him while the intelligent will read on and prosper!

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  34. Altaf

    I never missed any post by Rick. Many posts I read more than once..twice.or even more..to understand, unfold insights and apply by myself. Newbies! you must read and keep notes if you want to continue & keep abreast in domaining or make some opportunity,I recommend stay tuned! As I do keep awaiting often, when Rick will post, or sometime get frustrated if I do not see his new post after doing all my daily works.But then I keep reading the oldest posts again & again-if i missed anything.
    We must thank Rick for his efforts, time and trasparency in keeping us up-to-date on domain or related matters. Similarly, other experts here must contribute in open heart.As due to his boldness the domain industry has come to today’s stage, otherwise it might not have been.
    Ps! I could not comment immediately as usual due to my system failed to open the dialog box-sorry for that!
    Have a Great Day!!

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  35. Webmaster

    Hello
    I’m doing some domaining and hope it works out.I think I have some great domain names and have listed them on sedo to see what happens.I’m retired so it could be rated as my hobby and if it don'[t make me rich,it is something to do and who knows what will happen?
    Right now i’m trying to build some back links
    take care
    Webmaster

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