Domain bloggers upset with TheDomains’ sleeping habits
Mike Berkens does not sleep more than six hours every day, apparently.
Often “seen” browsing the Internet until the wee hours of the night, the ever-busy domain investor managed to catapult his blog, TheDomains.com, to the top echelons of domain blogging.
That does not go well with a struggling number of new domain bloggers, fighting for their life on the Domaining.com timeline.
“Mike’s posts capture the entire Internet and paste it on his blog, how will we survive?” asks Peter Papadopoulos, a young pro-blogger from Kentucky.
“I’ve been trying to find a single piece of news worth replicating and commenting on, but TheDomains already posted it. I might as well return to milking cows on my farm!” exclaims Peter Papa-something.
In the past, Mike Berkens has been called the Moses of Domaining; while he’s not exactly splitting the Red Sea of domain news, he seems to produce about 90% of its content.
Thousands of visitors typing “the domains” in Google end up at Mike’s busy blog.
“I was looking for a domain registrar and naturally typed ‘the domains’ in Bing. I found TheDomains.com and have not left since,” says Maria Sparanova of Miami, Florida. “If I need news about the stock market, the food industry, UDRP news, falling satellites or the sex life of turtles in the Galapagos, I first check Mike Berkens’s blog; chances are it’s already there!” says Maria.
Rumors that Mike plans to change his blog name to DomainPedia are not true; what is true, however, is that Mike puts a lot of effort into his blog and he deserves all the attention he’s getting!