Unfinished domains: STUD.com acronym is explained

Rick Schwartz promised lots of surprises when Stud.com launches on Monday, April 18th, to a select few cowboys.

A couple of these surprises were revealed today!

The Domain King’s new brokerage venture is an acronym, apparently, as STUD stands for Strategic Toolbox for Unfinished Domains.

Enhancing the STUD acronym, Rick Schwartz secured the domain UnfinishedDomains.com.

The domain was registered in July 2021, so Rick has had this idea of “unfinished domains” for a while.

The second surprise involves the addition of a video pitch for domain submissions. In other words, those who would use Stud.com as their domain brokerage platform, will be able to upload a video about the domain, explaining its value and more.

Now that’s way cool.

We’re looking forward to the official launch of Stud.com and the grand opening of the royal stables! 😀

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3 Responses to “Unfinished domains: STUD.com acronym is explained”
  1. BullS says:


    A brokerage for selling premium USELESS DOMAINS.

  2. Anunt says:

    if u have to pitch your domain, your domain probably sucks.
    An end user company was going to pay your asking price but you opened your big mouth.
    If u have a worthless domain you are trying to sell, then pitching your domain is a great idea.

  3. DomainGang says:

    Bottom line: Haters gonna hate.

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