Domainer Poll: Should Rick Schwartz return to active blogging on DomainKing.com?

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Rick Schwartz and Frank Schilling at the Caymans.

Rick Schwartz is on a roll; the veteran domain investor recently sold 977.com to a Chinese buyer, and has been super active on Twitter.

The Domain KingĀ® retired from active blogging via RicksBlog.com in 2014; in late 2015 he made a series of posts about his 20th anniversary as a domain investor.

Twitter is an open medium that offers advantages over blogging, and Rick Schwartz’s interaction with the domain community has increased in recent days.

One of Rick’s latest favorites is the creation of polls, and we thought it’d be a great idea to take the pulse of other domainers, regarding his potential return to active blogging. šŸ˜€

Should Rick Schwartz return to active domain blogging?

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2 Responses to “Domainer Poll: Should Rick Schwartz return to active blogging on DomainKing.com?”
  1. Mark Thorpe says:

    I doubt Rick will blog about domains again, he likes retirement, Twitter and politics too much.
    Plus, the domain name game has changed. Brandable domains are the new game and they are here to stay.

  2. John says:

    What would be great, is to get Rick to do a couple podcast interviews on the current state of domain investing from time to time. With the pending gTLD crash and Chinese domain craze coming to a sharp crash in 2017; an in-depth podcast would be great.

    With his current Twitter outputs, he doesn’t really need to blog.

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