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Wealth Management 2.0 by Andrei Polgar Launches Through a Contest (Already a Best Seller)

By admin // December 16, 2016

The contest has 7 categories of prizes (including an iPhone7) and ends on Sunday. The idea behind the book is very original, so original in fact that it’s the only one of its kind. The only book which shows people who make money online (domainers, freelancers, webmasters, bloggers, etc.) how to invest. In a tech

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My Analysis on Namescon 2016 Survey Results

By Angela St. Julien // February 12, 2016

Last week NamesCon released very honest survey results and responses from the 2016 show. The event had around 1200 attendees and had its official start on Sunday Jan 10th with two new features, the Networking lane, and the Topic Discussion Tables. Overall, I’d say the conference was a huge success and the results of the

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Lies, Deceit, Broken Promises and Manipulation – The Top Seven List

By Andrei Polgar // January 5, 2016

Unfortunately, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows in the world of domaining. As a domain investor, you will inevitably come across all of the words in the title on more than one occasion. There’s no such thing as a perfect industry and ours most definitely doesn’t represent an exception. Without further ado, here are the

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End User Negotiation Etiquette 101

By Andrei Polgar // December 31, 2015

From a lot of perspectives, the domain industry is still in its “Wild West” phase. If you don’t agree with me, I encourage you to read some forum posts or blog comments about the various negotiation tactics domainers choose. Some people are overly anxious and compulsively send several follow-up emails if an end user takes

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Fuzzy Line between Domainer and End User Prices

By Andrei Polgar // December 29, 2015

If you’ve developed the habit of following domain auctions, I’m sure you’re occasionally left scratching your head after seeing how high some of the prices can get. When involved in bidding wars, domainers sometimes get carried away and rationalize their doubts away to justify continuously increasing their bids. The result? A sales price which leaves

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Which Domains Should You Drop?

By Andrei Polgar // December 24, 2015

In 2015 and beyond, a lot of domainers will most likely end up dropping quite a bit of filler inventory. What’s filler inventory, you might ask? Simply put, I’m referring to domains which are average at best, let’s say medium or even downright mediocre ones. As much as an ego blow it might be, let’s

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