Monthly Archives: November 2010

Best Godaddy Code in the Last Few Weeks. $1.18 Domain

By - November 30, 2010 - 4 Comments
Godaddy has a code out right now that is a fantastic deal.  It has a few catches but it's an easy catch to get around. The catch is that they automatically sign you up for Website tonight and if you're not paying attention you'll be signed up for a free trial and we all learned from Columbia House as kids how the free trial thing works.  You forget to unsign and boom.....monthly charges.  Simply unclick the website tonight button (of course feel free to trial it, it's not a bad idea for temporary sites) and then proceed. The other catch is that you can only use credit card or account balance to pay f... Read More »
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Tuesday’s Daily Domain Drops and Auctions

By - November 30, 2010 - 4 Comments
Note to self.  The next time I bid on 1000 domains at Namejet make sure to turn off the email notification of each domain I'm in an auction for.  Yesterday my email caught on fire due to the overwhelming email notifications of the three letter dot net auctions I had entered. I didn't really enter 1000 but it was a hell of a lot. When it comes to number domains I also like to look at where they are on the number keypad and this one is very easy to type.  A little thing I know but they really do go for higher prices This one will go for less because the Chinese don't like the nu... Read More »
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Sometimes Domaining Is Like a Trading Pit That Doesn’t Have Any Paper

By - November 29, 2010 - 3 Comments
"Paper" is a term used in the trading pits that is used to describe outside orders that come in. It's the lifeblood of many traders or market makers and without they would just trade amongst themselves.  Before the day of computer orders,  it took both sides to make the markets work and market makers were the other side.  The paper needed liquidity and the traders needed the money they got from making the spread.  Market makers were paid to create the market and brokers brought in the paper.  Domaining often reminds of the days when no paper would come in and everyone would just trade amongst thems... Read More »
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Monday’s BIG Daily Domain Drops and Auctions

By - November 29, 2010 - 8 Comments
There are so many good names today that there's no way I'll be able to list them all.  NameJet has a huge list of three letter dot nets that is 1000 deep.  I'll put my favorites up but you'll want to go to and peruse the names yourself.  On another note.  I'm looking to buy a few domains ie or that types.  Not NNL or NLNs, only LNN.coms Now onto the names I'm not sure that anyone uses these anymore now that people realize real men are in mixed martial arts.  My Grandpa may like still be in the market for a pair though Not a big fan of "i" do... Read More »
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Domain Shane Finally Meets Fusible In Person

By - November 28, 2010 - 6 Comments
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