I Would Like to Send a Big Thank You To FortunateDomains.com

Aug 21 2010

There are a lot of bloggers that make a living writing about domaining.  They have inside information and rightfully are the first people that are called when someone wants to relay information to the domain world.  Me, I write for fun and absolutely no profit. When you calculate my advertising revenue versus time put into writing I make exactly .19 cents an hour.  OK, I just made that number up but it’s certainly not big money.

Thanks to special companies like Dot .co and Aaron at IDN Tools, I am able to at least make a little something for my efforts.  I’m not going to give you the latest news or any insider information, all I can do is share things through my eyes as I see it and share my experiences as a domainer and a business owner.  I really like this business,  most of the people and can see myself making a lot of money in the long run.  That being said, I would like to intro my newest sponsor …..Fortunate Domains.

Here’s how Lisa of Fortunate Domains describes her company  “Fortunate Domains.com is a culmination of over 10 years of domain investing. Based in the Seattle area, our domain investments range from product domains, to tourism, architecture, art, home, garden, geo domains, and more. Having concentrated primarily on keyword rich domains, we have terrific brand-able domains, as well. We are a nice group of people, who have a background in development. We will be sharing this knowledge with our users via helpful insight, tips, and suggestions in the areas of domain development” To kick of their new website on September 1 they’ll be offering 10 (.com) domain deals, every day for 5 days in a row. Each one will be less than $100.  Look for more details at FortunateDomains.com, this coming Monday, August 23.  Lisa has been a pleasure to work with and I’m sure you will have the same experience.  Please give them a visit

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  1. Francois

    If you advertiser did not only paid for branding then you should add the missing .com in the URL of his banner ad.

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