Following a thread that starts here: BradFrost.com Capture failed. “It couldn’t be!” I thought to myself, as I opened a new tab and visited bradfrost.com. My stomach sank as I saw a domain parking landing page stuffed with ads… That Andrew Allemann on DomainNameWire.com picked up. How Most People See Domain Investors Revisited by Brad […]
Domain Sale Price IronDeficiencyAnemia.com $6,000 RadioBuy.com $15,000 SuitCover.com $4,500 TubeGuards.com $4,000 Exma.com $19,000 CellPhoneCases.com $75,000 SpringRewards.com $8,000 TucsonRealEstate.net $5,000 walkintubs.com $69,000 UnlockYourBrain.com $3,000 SearchResults.com $41,000 TripleShot.com $4,000 WashingtonDCRealEstate.com $28,500 StarLauncher.com $6,500 JuicerRecipe.com $7,500 SalleDEBain.com $60,000 SpecTa.com $15,000 Izabel.com $25,000 BearField.com $4,000 ChicagoChannel.com $5,000 ShepherdPups.com $3,400 campsandcottages.com $3,300 RoadOne.com $25,000 SecureScan.com $8,800 NewsFeeder.com $4,900 MTX.co.uk $8,050 […]
With Frank opening the platform to more and more domainers that don’t possess the big time parking revenue the $500 threshold to get paid seemed daunting. Now that InternetTraffic has added a paypal option, I emailed John Smrekar and he told me that the min payout for Paypal is $100, even though the terms of […]
So after reading many articles about how great Frank Schilling’s new internettraffic.com service was, I decided to give it a try. Internettraffic.com offers a combination of domain parking and domain brokerage. It has only been 2 weeks so far, but my results have been great. I will make around $2500 this month from domain parking, […]
Then comes Internet Traffic. Not only do they pay for parking but they build a back end to manage my inquiries, both past and present, but they let me create templates to test out my negotiations and the wording that yield the best results. It’s everything I wish I could have done and more. I […]
ICANN tomorrow will reveal who is going after what new domain extensions, paving the way for a very different looking Web. Prepare for dot-madness. Frank Schilling made his fortune in the aftermath of the dot-com bust, buying up thousands of domain names others didn’t want. He kept at it, aggressively building a portfolio of more […]
Examples of domains won by Frank Schilling and his team on NameJet in the past two weeks, include the following: STFO.com – Acronym for Stay the Fuck Out, a nice LLLL .com at only $210. PantyLines.com – If you go on vacation to Greece, swimming in the nude won’t give you those – a bargain […]
Welp, its official: https://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2456470&topic=23388&ctx=topic Google has shut down its in-house Domain channel. AFD direct through Google is gone!~ Before the handwringing outsiders and the misinformed begin to spout inaccuracies like “domain traffic is dead!” or “it’s a Facebook and Twitter world so abandon your names you delusional old-timers!”, let me take this opportunity to tell […]
My favorite part of the site lies to the left. A live update of domain inquiries coming through and sold domains. The numbers aren’t exact for privacy reasons but having information about what domains are selling for and what domains are getting bids is priceless even if the numbers aren’t exact. I can’t think of […]
Frank Schilling’s NAMedia is the new owner of BlackFridaySales.com in direct competition with his pal Kevin Ham’s Black Friday.com. I know that I got both moguls attention the past two years with posts challenging them to move towards customer capture …
Sedo is reporting that the the domain name blackfridaysales.com has sold for $90,000.
It appears to be have been registered to Frank Schilling’s Name Administration for the last couple of days.
Black Friday is the name given to the day after Thanksgi…
Following the treat of delicious rum cakes from the maverick of domains, Frank Schilling, I was pleased to find the FedEx guy showing up with a couple of choice wines from the maestro of domains, Rick Latona.The wines were from his native Georgia and part of the launch of Latona-owned Vino.com. The site is very slick and impressive and is the first of a string of in-house Latona-owned domains