Watch Michael Cyger’s Domain Name Quarantine Social #11 – May 22, 2020

Michael Cyger’s Domain Name Quarantine Social #11 (May 22, 2020)

Michael Cyger’s Domain Name Quarantine Social #11

By Michael Cyger, Publisher of DNAcademy

Published: May 23, 2020

This is a recorded coronavirus quarantine social session from May 22, 2020 for domain name investors and entrepreneurs to learn, provide advice, socialize and smile.

Topics discussed on this social:

  • Are you seeing more defaults in your domain name sales using payment plans?
  • Trends in helping companies pick the best domain name for their brand
  • What’s the best tool to track domain names through the expiration lifecycle?
  • Why and how do registrars offer deep discounts on new and renewal registrations?
  • What is “domain name tasting” and is it still something that happens today?
  • Would you pay $1,000 for a curated list of great domain names, like you might from a financial advisor for stock or trade picks?
  • What are the lessons learned from partnering with others to develop some of your domain names?
  • Is it worth it to list names on a marketplace like Afternic or Dan if you’re losing your traffic to other domain names the marketplace recommends?
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