Wednesday , August 17 2022

Sean Markey

Cannabis Domains: Analyzing the Biggest Sales (so far)

The cannabis industry is an interesting one to watch–especially in regards to domains and branding, but really across the board. A young industry, without established leaders, but where there is a lot of money looking to be invested (and not a ton of places to invest it compared to traditional …

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A Deep Dive Into Branding in the Agriculture Industry

Being involved (adjacently? tangentially?) with the agriculture space in the work I do related to the cannabis industry, I am intrigued by the .AG extension. After seeing–and understanding the niche appeal of–the explosion in popularity of .IO, and more recently .AI and .VC, I started digging in to .AG. Could …

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Brandable Domain Sales May 24-30 2021

The top brandable sales of the last week. But first, the criteria I use to determine a brandable domain: No numeric domains No obvious keywords or category-defining domains ( is a KW, is a brand). TLDs/ccTLDs: .com, OR .co, .io, .org if they are strong one-word keywords (and occasionally …

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A List of Unicorn Companies and Their Domain Names

One really great way to learn what kind of domain names to buy or invest in, is to look at what some of the biggest, highest-funded, and most-valuable companies are doing when it comes to brand names and domain names. I’ve compiled a list of the top unicorns based in …

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Brandable Domain Sales Week 16 – 2021

It’s been a while, but the brandable domain sales review is BACK at DNgeek. A few of the criteria have changed from Doron’s original outlining of what constitutes a brandable name (for the purposes of talking about them on this site), because: Times change. Markets and trends change. Different things …

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Lessons From a .US Domain Name Sale

I sold for $3,500 last week, via GoDaddy broker (unsolicited, inbound). Here’s how it went down, and some takeaways from this that you can use when acquiring future inventory to try and sell. The email I received a week and a half ago: Subject: SPAC.US – $2,000 USD Offer …

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