Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Wed, November 14, 2018 16:27:04


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Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Thu, November 08, 2018 22:22:00

'Verisign' on my mind - I agree and disagree.

Read the full article here:

Basically they are saying that people are greedy and not giving value for money.

If I were the Joe Blogs of this world and all I wanted to do is flip domains for a living and had no clue about saving a company money in paid per click advertising, pulled a figure out of the hat, I wouldn't blame companies calling me a 'Domain Scalper' as that is potentially what I would be.

On the other hand if I were a business selling domains with a view of developing them for a company then I would take offense to such allegations as 'Rick Schwartz' so happily and rightly said in his blog most recently:

But what plays in the back of my mind is not the scalpers of this world but the money launders and tax evading companies/people that buy up domain names for illegal purposes.

Some of the highest sold domain names are questionable as how did these sellers come to the figures that have been publised as sold. How did they predict future business sales in order to reach these enormous amounts of money.

I agree that some domains especially the one word dot coms are worth a lot of money but how did these people reach these figures of past history domain names? Even using my valuation techniques I question how these numbers were agreed and sold. Afterall a company works within budgets and have set amounts of money for each department including advertising and marketing.

Where has the money come from to pay for example $11 Million for a domain name? How long would it take to get the money back in revenue to pay for the asset in question?

How would a company justify paying this amount of money to the IRS or the Inland Revenue? There is more going on here that meets the eye.

Yes of course companies that have branded themselves and trademarked their names will secure everything that can be misconstrued to stop competitors and cybersquatters using their traffic as a means to help their businesses, that goes without saying and will pay enormous amounts of money for the acquistions.

I have recently published a book that goes into some detail about money laundering and valuations.

The link to the books is here:!/Domain-Sellers-Handbook-Soft-Cover/p/122824524/category=0

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You can buy it directly from our store for £14.99

If people are not adding value to what they are selling and cannot give a company reasons why they think their asset is valuable then I think 'Verisign' has a valid point!


Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Sun, November 04, 2018 17:10:32



Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Sat, October 27, 2018 20:19:15


So I'm on Linkedin yesterday and I come across a post by a well know Domain Broker I won't name him but I was infuriated with his comment that he seems to think he is the one of 5 authenticated guru's of pricing domain names on this planet.

Good for him if he thinks this way but to continue to say there are only 5 people on this planet that can appraise domain names is absolutely ridiculous.

Anybody with common sense and a knowledge of Paid Per Click Advertising can appraise a domain name. You just have to work out how much a domain would save a customer in pay per click advertising.

A SEO expert can easily work this out and there are thousands of SEO Companies that can give you free advice.

The bullshit I hear on the web is incredible and people actually believe it smiley

My ex-husband used to say bullshit baffles brains and I now know why and would agree with him !!!

Domain Sellers Handbook LaunchedDOMAIN BROKERS

Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Thu, October 18, 2018 19:10:45

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Get yours now for £14.99 via our store, we are cheaper than Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

Use the link:!/Domain-Sellers-Handbook-Soft-Cover/p/122824524/category=0

After careful deliberation I decided to change the cover of my book and am happy to announce the launch of my book today.

Domain Sellers Hanbook

Guide Book For Buying, Selling Domain Names and Increasing Traffic.

Domain Sellers and Investors, Businesses and Millennials will find this book an educational tool.

All Companies no matter how big or small want more business and are always exploring ways to generate more Traffic.

Millennials our future entrepreneurs will find it more and more difficult to acquire their ideal domain names.

Buy buying an exact match searchable keyword you are securing your place above your competitors in the virtual world.

#Business, #Branding, #SEO, #Marketing, #Domain Names

The book is in a queue to be distributed on Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble etc this will be available soon.

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Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Wed, October 10, 2018 18:04:31




Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Tue, September 25, 2018 18:38:48


I am nearly at the end of my editing of the book. I have all the chapters laid out and am excited to get the copy in my hands. I am to launch it between the middle to end of October. I had hoped to have have had it finished sooner but work prevails. I will give an update closer to the time. Also 10% of proceeds from the book will go to the Muliple Sclerosis Charity which is very personal to me as my daugher was diagnosed with the disease this year.

It will be sold on our store aswell as Amazon & Barnes & Nobel as well as all other major bookstores.

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Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Tue, September 25, 2018 14:36:07


Blog imageAs many of my regular domainers are aware I have been listing their domain names on 'Uniregistry' for the last few month. Very disappointed that I was lead to believe I would have help with brokering my clients domain, I wrote to them to ask for an update and this is what they replied. This means they just sit and wait for people to contact them and nothing more. I must say I'm very disappointed.


Thanks for reaching out regarding our brokerage platform and in particular if we outbound (find buyers) for your domains.

We do not actively find buyers (outbound) we work on inbound inquiries only, this is for a number of reasons but 3 in particular listed below:

1. We have over 12,000,000 domain names on our marketplace and if our brokers were to start performing outbound on a tiny portion it would dilute the experience for other clients. If we did that on all portfolios we would simply not get anything done, so we specialise in this area and that is why we are leaders in the field.

2. Most of our clients are not looking to liquidate their portfolios so we encourage inquirers to provide qualified offers for their domain names. We sell domains for the highest value possible.

3. This then allows us to state to inquiries we receive that the domains are already in use for parking purposes or held for a future project. By actively selling a domain name, we contradict this strategy.

If you have any further questions, please let me know.
Matt Holden
Business Development | Uniregistry


Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Thu, September 20, 2018 17:43:10



Posted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Mon, September 10, 2018 11:46:48


If your wondering what this is its a short link to your main website. Will people remember to put the dot in the right place, most probably not. Will it drive traffic to your localized area most definately not. Will you need to do extensive PR Marketing and Multi Media Advertising, of course you will.

Will a Domain Hack benefit your business, I dont think so.

Why do I say this....they are just accessories and nothing more they wont get you on the First Page of any Search Engine unless you live in Libya that is or Germany as an example with the extensions .ly and .de to name a few. You will get traffic from that country as search engines use algorithms to force traffic from the location the domain is located.

As an example dot com's...... businesses in the UK tend to avoid this domain extention as they will be inundated with trafffic from the US and when it comes to paid per click advertising you certainly do not want the traffic from the US if you have no reason to trade there. This will inevitably costs businesses money,the same goes with Domain Hacks.

More coming soon!!