The Ultimate Guide to Selling a Domain Name by Doron Vermaat

July 16th, 2018

“In this post, I will guide you through all the necessary steps in the process of successfully selling a domain name. From valuation to pricing, marketing, listing, negotiating and closing a sale with a safe and secure way to transfer the domain name to its new owner and the seller (that will be you) receiving payment.” -Doron Vermaat

Read the full DNGeek article here.


How to Choose The Perfect Domain Name For Your Business by Kevin Wood

June 20th, 2018

“When it comes to choosing your domain extension you’re going to have a lot of different options available. It can be tempting to go with a TLD that’s innovative and creative. However, if you can it’s always a good idea to go with .com.

The .com TLD is by far the most commonly used and recognized TLD. So, people already have a built-in association with .com being the primary TLD. You can use this to your advantage and build a higher-quality brand by choosing .com.” -Kevin Wood

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How to Choose a Domain Name That Will Stand the Test of Time

June 20th, 2018

“Every man, woman, and their dog is creating websites these days. Because of this explosive growth, the choice of domain names is becoming more and more limited.

With that in mind, it’s important to be creative, think outside the box, and come up with a domain name that will last a lifetime.”

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8 Smart Tips For Choosing a Winning Domain Name by Denis Pinsky

June 20th, 2018

“Many business owners mistakenly think of a domain name as just an address for their website. But as Rand Fishkin over at Moz recently explained, it’s so much more than that.

Consequently, there are a number of factors you should seriously consider when brainstorming domain name ideas. Below, we give you a quick rundown of 8 tips for selecting a great domain name. You’ll be able to nail one that’s smart and effective by sticking to these simple guidelines.” -Denis Pinsky

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Exact-Match Domain Names and Why Investors Value Them by Michael Gargiulo

June 20th, 2018

“Your website’s domain name is the digital real estate your entire brand is built upon. Great domains are easy to remember, type in and share. With thousands of domain extensions and more than 332 million registered domain names, premium domain names, like premium real estate, are exponentially increasing in value.

The recent surge in domain registrations has made exact-match .com domains the most valuable of the bunch, namely due to their age and widely accepted use by the internet’s largest companies.” -Michael Gargiulo

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Key Steps in Obtaining a Great Domain Name by Richard Harroch

June 20th, 2018

“A great premium domain name can be essential to the success of your business. Don’t be afraid to pay a premium price for the right name, as it is often a worthwhile investment.” – Richard Harroch

Read the full Forbes article here.


Domain Name Do’s and Don’ts by Denis Pinsky

June 13th, 2018

“Digital success starts with a great website…and a great website starts with a great domain name. While you may feel tempted to race off and visualize your overall web design concept or strategize your site’s color scheme, it’s not where you launch your project. You start by choosing (or creating) a killer domain name.” -Denis Pinksy, 2018

Read the full Forbes article here.


GDPR: What You Need to Know and How BuyDomains.com Helps You Comply

May 1st, 2018

Businesses, large and small, are in the midst of preparing for compliance with the European Union’s (EU) new data privacy laws: The General Data Protection Regulation, or the GDPR, which will go into effect on May 25, 2018.

The GDPR is very broad in scope and can apply to businesses both in and outside of the EU.

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Infographic: 5 Reasons to Buy a Premium Domain Name

April 9th, 2018

 

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Protect Your Domain Investment: Avoid Trademark Infringement

March 21st, 2018

Experienced domainers, or domain investors, will tell you that one of the most critical mistakes to avoid when buying a domain name is to purchase or register a name that could be flagged for trademark infringement. Domain names that might be construed to infringe on trademarks are not only bad business, they may, in fact, cost you thousands in legal fees and damages.

To cite an example: DC Comics, creators of the Superman series, previously filed a domain dispute against the party who had registered and owned the domain “ManofSteel.com”. “ManofSteel.com” had not been developed, and was likely a parked page that displays ads and search links.

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