There is a catch to ALR.com – and a touch of Chinese too!
Andrew Rosener must be wearing a special type of eyeglasses, because he often looks at a domain and sees great value hidden in it. On the DomainSherpa shows, his answer to why he has bought a certain domain often amazes me. Last week, the top broker mentioned that he recently bought the domain ALR.com and said there's a catch to it.(Read)
How to contact a domain owner in China
恭喜恭喜！新春快乐! Happy Chinese New Year! I look forward to another year of good conversation with my readers.(Read)
A constant pain, a Chinese startup, and a category domain
How do you feel if you have to enter a password in order to use the free WiFi service of a store? How much pain is it when you are shopping at various stores? There is a simple solution, and, surprisingly, it comes from China. This story also reveals the ownership of a category domain.(Read)
A poor man's guide to creating a global brand/domain
The internet is a breeding ground of global brands. Once you get there, you'll find bankers, designers, manufacturers, payment processors, logistics providers, and many other talented contacts. If you have a good idea, you'll have every opportunity to get the help and become a global brand. (Read)
LL and LLL .com domains may be best choices for Chinese companies
Recently I posted on LinkedIn the sale of an LLL (letter-letter-letter) .com domain in China. It triggered discussion among my readers and got me into thinking more about the future of acronym domains in China.(Read)more...