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IRL Domain Sightings: JTRestoration.com – Brandable single keyword prefixed with initials

Joe Taylor Restoration LLC uses a nice brandable domain that sums up what the business does in one word.

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IRL Domain Sightings: OrlandoApplianceServices.org – 3 word descriptive ORG domain

Orlando Appliance Service LLC has an expired domain on the side of their service vehicle.

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IRL Domain Sightings: HelproCleaningServices.com – 3 word descriptive domain

Today we came across Helpro Cleaning Services’s vehicle. They own the 3 word descriptive domain name HelproCleaningServices.com.

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4 Automated Domain Name Appraisal Tools

Assessing a domain name’s value can be a time consuming and heavily biased process. These four tools can help you find a reasonable and fair starting point to price any domain name at.

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IRL Domain Sightings: GetTommys.com – a quirky two keyword brandable

Today we’ve come across a Tommy’ van, representing Tommy’s waterboard pro shop and boat service. They’re using the domain name GetTommys.com

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How I turned an abandoned domain into a successful tech blog and then sold for $1000!

Have you ever just wanted to start a blog from the ground up, with no prior SEO, no prior experience? I did. I wanted to find the next ‘big’ tech blog that I had built by myself from the ground up and enjoy all the benefits that came along with it, but making a blog […]

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How to find the best lists of expiring domain names

Dropcatching, sometimes referred to as domain sniping, is the process of bidding on expiring domain names in hopes that the dropcatching service can successfully register the domain on the customer’s behalf as soon as it drops. All of the popular dropcatching services are competing and the one with the most resources allocated to any particular […]

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A Case Against Buying Trademarked Domains

During the .dev domain launch, I bought a series of domains that would be of interest to large development-related companies, one of which being autodesk.dev. Later I realized that this was a bad idea and I want to share my experiences in this post. This email although not all that threatening was unsettling, the company offered no compensation […]

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