Watch Michael Cyger’s Domain Name Quarantine Social #15 – June 19, 2020

Domain Name Social #15

Michael Cyger’s Domain Name Quarantine Social #15

By Michael Cyger, Publisher of DNAcademy

Published: June 20, 2020

This is a recorded coronavirus quarantine social session from June 19, 2020 for domain name investors and entrepreneurs to learn, provide advice, socialize and smile.

Topics discussed on this social:

  • Is there a general rule of thumb for setting the “starting offer” price, compared with the Buy Now price?
  • Where and when should I move my domain names if Uniregistry is absorbed by GoDaddy?
  • Was Squeeze.net a good buy at $1,802 and what is the future of .net sales?
  • Is upgraded domain name protection for $9.99 or $14.99 per year from GoDaddy worthwhile?
  • How does everyone else avoid the onslaught of telemarketing calls without using private registration?
  • Idea about next week to run by the social group…everyone liked it, stay tuned!
  • A negotiation discussion about MobileTutors .com.
  • And much more!
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  1. Hello,

    Last week’s episode was uploaded to the podcast feed instead of this week’s episode. Please upload this week’s when you have the chance. Thank you.

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