Thousands of crappy domains expire on Christmas Day 2014

As every retail shop in the US is pushing for the final sales of the calendar year, many domainers attempt to capitalize on domain registrar offers.

“Get a domain for $1.99 and free WHOIS protection!” yaps a loud GoDaddy ad, but without buxom GoDaddy girls at their store-front, sales are expected to fall short.


Desperate domainers should abstain from registering domain names.

Is this a case of a bad economy?

Thousands of crappy mostly .com – domain names are bound to expire on Christmas Day next year, a calendar year after high hopes and high alcohol intake led to their registration.

Desperation is the mother of all bad advice; domainers without a strategic plan and a matching exit plan, are expected to repeatedly fail.

At least, they will do so by trying, but why re-invent the wheel every single time?

Our tongue-in-cheek guide about how to become an “instant domainer” will help you avoid the pitfalls in 2014 and beyond.

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