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Why I Came to NamesCon

Why I Came to NamesCon

With the NamesCon opening party mere hours away, I thought I would post a few thoughts on why I decided to make this my first trip to a domain conference in two years (since Domainfest in 2011). Here are the biggest reasons that drew me to NamesCon: Location, Location, Location – I’ve been to Vegas [...]

January 13, 2014
You Can Seek Advice from Domain Experts on Clarity.FM

You Can Seek Advice from Domain Experts on Clarity.FM

While looking for advice related to a specific WordPress plugin I was interested in using, I visited WP expert Chris Lema’s blog, and noticed a call-to-action box in the sidebar that said users in need of advice could schedule a time to chat with Chris on Clarity.FM. Intrigued, I clicked through, and I wanted to [...]

November 24, 2013
Need Small Business Domain Advice? Check Out My Interview on Bizwork.TV!

Need Small Business Domain Advice? Check Out My Interview on Bizwork.TV!

There is an exciting new web series I’d like to share with you that is taking the small business scene in D.C. by storm!¬†Bizwork.TV, the brainchild of longtime digital marketer and brand specialist Mayra Ruiz-McPherson and Northern Virginia based photographer and creative director Karina Djijo, covers topics of interest to small and..

November 13, 2013
Tech Cocktail’s New Domain: Tech.co

Tech Cocktail’s New Domain: Tech.co

As first reported at TheDomains, yesterday, Tech Cocktail, which organizes and hosts networking events for startups and entrepreneurs in different cities across the country, announced that they have a new home: Tech.co. The shorter, hipper, and “significantly more baller” (in the words of Marketing Director Zach Davis) address is part..

August 21, 2012
Think Type-Ins Are Endangered Now? Just Wait for the Post-Siri Era

Think Type-Ins Are Endangered Now? Just Wait for the Post-Siri Era

This morning DomainNameWire posted an article about the decline in traffic to parked pages, due to changes in how web browsers handle predictive search. Google Chrome’s combined address and search bar, known as the Omnibox, has further complicated the issue for a lot of domain owners who rely on type-in traffic. Users can still navigate

August 20, 2012
My First Two Years in Domaining

My First Two Years in Domaining

This summer marks my second anniversary in domaining, and since I missed the one-year mark last year, I’ve decided to do a commemorative post. The last two years have been an incredible learning experience, and I’d like to share a few things that have worked well, and some that haven’t. My first domain purchase was [...]

August 19, 2012
Which Would You Rather Spend, $6.99 or $6000?

Which Would You Rather Spend, $6.99 or $6000?

I’m no stranger to frugailty – growing up in Miami, Florida, my father was a cheapskate, and it got him into trouble. He couldn’t bear to put a quarter in a parking meter, so he racked up a lot of $10 and $25 parking tickets. It became a running joke. If he’d been able to [...]

June 10, 2012
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