Domainers dish out a lot of free advice on a variety of media; our new “Domain Tips & Tricks” series aims at giving solid, professional advice to domain investors worldwide.
No longer a game of dollars and sense, domain investing requires a serious commitment – not just spending a few minutes here and there, pretending to be a domain genius.
As long as one wants to succeed in the domain investing business, they must follow some basic rules that will provide them with a head-start and an advantage over the competition.
Here is today’s group of questions and answers:
Question: Do you have to be in the US to register a .com domain?
Domain Tips & Tricks : No. You can be anywhere: Nigeria, Laos, New Caledonia. Dot .com is for everyone with money in their bank account.
Question: How many domains can I register daily?
Domain Tips & Tricks : More than one, less than what’s in your bank account. Save some money for food.
Question: Is Rick Schwartz going to return to active blogging?
Domain Tips & Tricks : He says he won’t. We say he will.
Question: Can I pretend to be a blog commentator using a female name, if my name is really Bob?
Domain Tips & Tricks : Of course! There are so many female domain investors in the industry, nobody will be able to tell. Carry on.
Question: Is Frank Schilling really Satan, and does he leave burning, split-hoofed footprints that reek of phosphorus behind?
Domain Tips & Tricks : Probably not. We’ll have to check his carpet.
Question: How many emails can I register to contact owners of existing domains?
Domain Tips & Tricks : If you run a domain market place out of the Philippines, as many as you like.
Question: Can I make money selling domains to other domainers?
Domain Tips & Tricks : Yes. No. Perhaps.
Question: Is this really serious domain investment advice, or are you just yanking our chains bro?
Domain Tips & Tricks : It’s as serious and worthy as every other blog dishing out free advice.
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