Oct 25, 2013
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 10-25-2013

Last night we watched the Awakening and it was AMAZING! If you are looking to watch a scary movie to celebrate Halloween, I highly suggest checking it out on Netflix. Last night I also purchased my Networking Plus pass for Affiliate Summit. I’ve been meaning to attend Affiliate Summit for the last couple of years, but unfortunately last year I was sick around that time. Regardless of what happens this year, I am going to attend Affiliate Summit.

Here is the list for today!

0zn.com
8zn.com
9szy.com
9zn.com
bestscooters.com
bkkh.com
bodybuildingreview.com
brandartillery.com
cafemom.co
classylayouts.com
clickablevideo.com
clicksignals.com
cofoo.com
def.co
domainriver.com
domybestwork.com
downtimesoftware.com
evergiant.com
everythingscrapbooks.com
filmsplash.com
fridayfling.com
fundprice.com
greenhop.com
inboxguard.com
islanddialysis.com
keycardhotel.com
klsjt.com
lablogs.com
livemansion.com
liveshow.me
loungingsound.com
marvelously.com
pawssitters.com
personalloanbroker.com
printedproof.com
rollluggage.com
scheds.com
secondarydomain.com
simplemerchant.com
smoothhotel.com
sustainablegarden.com
sytes.com
torontodivorceattorney.com
vendzy.com
waffles.co
wavecatcher.com
webhostmanaged.net
wildboston.com
worst.info

Oct 24, 2013
Jason Thompson

Last Chance To Register For Affiliate Summit West 2014 At The Early Bird Rate

Today is the last chance to attend Affiliate Summit West 2014 at the early bird rate. This popular conference is taking place from January 12 – 14, 2014 at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas. The conference officially kicks off at 10:00 am on Sunday and ends Tuesday at 4:00 pm.

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If you are looking to save a few bucks, now is your chance to do it. I might attend Affiliate Summit West 2014 next year and the passes which I would probably be purchasing would either be Networking ($99) or Networking Plus ($279). Although I love Las Vegas, I don’t necessarily like to attend conferences their and that is why the Networking Plus would work out perfectly for me. There are too many distractions in Vegas for me to solely concentrate on just one thing!

To purchase your pass to Affiliate Summit West 2014, feel free to visit the following link. If you are attending the conference, drop me a line and let’s meet up while you are out there!

Oct 24, 2013
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 10-24-2013

If you like medical marijuana and dispensary domain names, then you want to definitely take a look at the list today. There are several of these domains dropping, some of which might be of value to you.

The other day I read an article about how there is a renewed energy in the domaining community. Domain investors are optimistic about the future and that energy was displayed at the latest domaining conference. Stories like this make me smile, they are full of warm fuzzies that really just make you happy to be a domain investor. On the other hand, I couldn’t help to think does this really matter? Who cares if the domaining industry is happy. Our efforts should be focused on bringing the end-user up to enjoy some of the limelight.

In the end, if the end-user isn’t on the same page with us then our industry simply doesn’t exist. Bringing the domaining community together on a yearly basis is important, but it’s not doing anything to help grow the industry. This has been going on for quite some time and the one missing link that I have seen is the end-user! In order for domain investing to be considered a real investment resource, we have to factor the end-user into the equation.

When I go to a domaining conference these days, I either know everyone at the conference or I have read about them before. This isn’t good and I’ll be one to say that I would love to see some fresh faces enter the arena. So let’s enjoy another domain industry party, but let’s really stop and think about what we are truly celebrating.

Here is the list for today!

1q0.com
1s5.com
admixer.com
affiliatetown.com
baltimoredispensary.com
batonrougeattorneys.com
bostondispensary.com
bronxdispensary.com
bronxmedicalmarijuana.com
cableset.com
carsonline.org
cheapairline.co
cloudcontact.com
domainisland.com
donating.info
esk.co
featuredapps.com
findclub.com
fresnodispensary.com
generous.co
longbeachphoto.com
longislanddispensary.com
losangelesplumbingcontractors.com
lxl.co
manhattanmedicalmarijuana.com
marijuanadispensaryattorney.com
marijuanadispensarylawyer.com
masterm.com
pepperspray.me
printslam.com
pubs.net
queensdispensary.com
radiusim.com
recoveryguys.com
rxr.co
statenislanddispensary.com
statesvillelawyers.com
stockpetphotos.com
systemapp.com
tampamarket.com
translatorfree.org
triplecrankset.com
votetrackers.com
webmasterwidget.com
xkx.co

Oct 23, 2013
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 10-23-2013

Yesterday was an extremely long day for me. We are training a new person at work, so that means the bulk of the work is given to them during the training process. Since that is the case, the day ran longer than normal. After work my girlfriend brought over some food from Zankou chicken and we watched some of The Voice. A few minutes into the voice, I found myself getting tired and ended up falling asleep!

Sometimes days like that are perfect. I didn’t work on anything last night and I feel rejuvenated today. I needed a break and I owed it to myself to end up taking one. Lately, I have been thinking more and more about WestLosAngeles.com. I received an offer for the name right after I purchased it, but I haven’t replied to the offer. The person who made the offer was pretty much saying name your price. Personally for me, this name could easily be flipped for a good amount of money, but I think developing it is the best move. I’ll probably reply to them to see how serious they are, but the offer would have to be a solid one for me to let go of that name.

The list is a little bland today, but there are some decent names in it. I love putting together these lists and love hearing the positive feedback I have been getting on them. Checking the drops daily has really allowed me to strengthen my portfolio! Enjoy!

agg.biz
boatchicago.com
boing.co
brentwoodnotary.com
checkables.com
citation.co
cityzap.com
clogshoes.net
computertablets.biz
consecrate.org
dealsection.com
everyfashion.com
glomera.com
greenride.co
imperfectpeople.com
jewelryonline.me
ka6.org
lizard.biz
looselybound.com
louisa.me
moreplease.net
napavalleycompany.com
peanutbutter.co
phimby.com
potspace.net
punish.co
rnew.info
satguide.org
seacondition.com
sigh.co
snob.biz
socialestates.com
soundpick.com
strawbag.com
stu.co
syriahotel.com
textualads.net
torontoroofs.com
travelusb.com
ujah.com
vancouverlawfirms.net
wallspack.com
xon.co

Oct 22, 2013
Jason Thompson

Are You Tired Of Being Constantly Connected? Perhaps You Should Pushback

Have you ever experienced social media fatigue? The other day I witnessed a fellow Facebook user completely dump a mutual friend, simply because they were tired of that person’s updates. An interesting study conducted by researchers at the University of Washington revolves around the concept of pushing back. It is the desire to push back from being constantly connected.

The online world is something that we can all identify with. If you are reading this blog entry, then you probably spend a large part of your day surfing the web. You might even receive all of your news from the Internet. Although it is convenient, everyone obviously has a tipping point.

According to Ricardo Gomez, an assistant professor at the University of Washington:

“Pushback is an expression of those who have access and use of communication technologies, but who decide to resist, drop off, manage or reduce their use of these technologies.”

As someone who makes the majority of my living by interacting with the online world, I can completely relate to this notion. Personally, I find myself pushing back almost every week. There are times where I’d rather go watch a movie at a theater around other people rather than stream something online. Being active is the key and pushing back is something that I feel everyone should do.

The major factor that the study found as being the main motivation for pushing back was dissatisfaction. It came down to users’ needs not being met by technology.

This is quite ironic! I find this interesting as well as the same thing has happened to me. I have used countless web-based tools out there that really amount to doing just about nothing. Who knows how many subscription based services I found myself buying into just because I thought they could make my life a little easier. Well in the end they didn’t make my life easier and simply added to the stresses of it. There is nothing like paying for something that you aren’t using.

To read more about the pushback movement, feel free to check out the write up on the University of Washington blog.

Oct 22, 2013
Jason Thompson

Hostgator Celebrates 11 Years By Offering Domains For $2.95

When companies like HostGator celebrate the years they have been in business, it is good for all of us. With that said HostGator is celebrating 11 years of being in business by offering domains for only $2.95 a year. They are also offering 50% off of webhosting. As some of you know I am a big proponent of HostGator. The only way I would host anywhere else is if I were hosting myself.

As my business grows I am finding it necessary to move back into a local datacenter. I can’t wait to get back into the industry that I love. I am passionate about web hosting, so when I am using an outside company to help with the process I am very picky about who I do business with. HostGator is by far my number one choice and deals like this are perfect to take advantage of.

To read more about the deal, you can visit the HostGator blog.

 

HostGator Domain Sale

Oct 22, 2013
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 10-22-2013

I’ve always wondered how many people tend to attend domaining conferences on a yearly basis. I’ve attended a handful myself and can see the benefit of going to one or two a year. As domain investors, the majority of us tend to have tight budgets. Many of us have to dip into other places to cover the typical costs of travel, lodging and conference tickets. This is one of the main reasons I started a meetup. It doesn’t cost much to put a meetup on, but it does however take persistence.

In the future I can see some of these meetups eventually turning into conferences themselves. There is something special about a bottom up approach to conferences that people appreciate. It takes time to establish a solid meetup, just like it takes time to establish a solid conference. The key is to start small and to build the group into something big. I am very fortunate to be one of the first people to start a meetup here on the west coast as it has tremendously added to my network. I look forward to throwing some more in the future and might even have a Christmas party this year.

In addition to that, the Southern California Domainers is now ready for something even bigger. I’ve proven that I could build a great meetup and can’t wait to take the next step. When will that next step be taken? All I can tell you is it takes time and it isn’t something that I will be rushing into. I’m in a good position now to plan and eventually launch something that both the Southern California Domainers and domainers from around the world can benefit from. I want to personally thank everyone who has been involved since day one. The first Southern California Domainers meetup took place on December 17th, 2009 and has grown into a vast network of intelligent minds willing to network amongst each other to help one another.

It has been one hell of a ride and it will only get better from here. Now let’s get into today’s list!

acronym.co
bias.co
brandtap.com
cubefigures.com
datingtube.org
digiroots.com
distractme.com
famousclip.com
fea.org
groupchemistry.com
hotelroom.info
impressions.co
jante.com
privacydomain.com
rawgratitude.com
ror.co
smartglass.net
socialbible.com
torontopestcontrol.com
webdesigncompanyin.com
webdeveloperatlanta.com

Oct 21, 2013
Jason Thompson

NFTables Will Be Replacing iptables In The Linux 3.13 kernel

Just when Linux nerds like myself thought we learned enough about the operating system to feel comfortable this happens! Linux security is about to change for the better as nftables will be replacing iptables in the Linux 3.13 kernel.

For those of you who haven’t heard of iptables, it is an application which allows system administrators to configure the tables which are located in the Linux kernel firewall. To break it down further iptables is considered to be an essential application for any seasoned Linux systems administrator. It is commonly used when hardening the security of a Linux server.

So what exactly is nftables?

NFTables is a project which was developed to provide a completely new packet filtering framework, userspace utility and compatibility layer for ip / ip6tables. As with any new utility, the syntax will be different from that of iptables but the project itself says that it will provide a backward compatibility layer that allows the user to run iptables / ip6tables over nftables.

I’m glad to see that Linux security is continuing to progress forward. More and more production environments utilize Linux and nftables will just added to the already awesome collection of security tools which are already out there.

Oct 21, 2013
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 10-21-2013

Yesterday, we went to Shawn’s Pumpkin Patch here in Los Angeles. I’d show you the website, but it appears Shawn has exceeded his bandwidth limit for the month. That’s probably a reflection of how well his business is doing. I was amazed to see the amount of people there. Pumpkin patches have definitely changed since I was a kid. They literally turn an empty plot of land into a Halloween amusement park. We ended up purchasing several pumpkins and I only ended up spending $20. That’s when I figured out why they needed to up-sell parent’s on bouncy houses and trains!

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After the pumpkin patch we went to see Captain Phillips. If you haven’t seen it or are debating on seeing it, just go do it! This is probably going to be one of the best movies you have seen in the last few years. At least it was for me!

Happy Monday and enjoy the list!

automobileinsurancequotes.org
chinesenewyear.me
couponcrusaders.com
crickle.com
darkwallpapers.net
debtconsolidationhelp.org
degreesource.com
diapertown.com
dishgal.com
djconsole.net
gwx.us
hidename.com
homebusinessking.com
howtopersuade.com
jayne.info
jiu.us
linuxwebhostingservices.net
livefreesports.net
minoritybusinessdirectoryonline.com
mrcaption.com
newyorkfrenchbulldog.com
openletter.org
patioscalifornia.com
personalizedchristmascard.com
qpb.us
reggaedubstep.com
resulthub.com
sexydata.com
stripapps.com
swimday.com
turnlife.com
tweetquotes.com
unitedinpurpose.net
webdesignreviews.com
wrapped.org

Oct 20, 2013
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 10-20-2013

Another week has flown by. I find it interesting how I have completely changed as a domain investor. Instead of purchasing everything that I like, I am going after bigger fish now. This has allowed me to keep a little more money in my pocket for bigger and better acquisitions. Instead of buying several domains a week I only buy a handful and direct the rest towards big acquisitions, development and renewals.

A big acquisition for me is one which is $2,500 and over. I’ve never spent over $3,000 for a domain, but that might end up changing down the line. I look at quality domains as investments which will only go up in value over time. Yes, some of these new gTLDs might be successful, but it will take time for those standouts to gain traction. The new gTLDs will either age like fine wine or they will be dumped like food which has been left out to rot. Whatever ends up happening it is an exciting time to be a domain investor.

For kicks I might register a domain in a new gTLD, but it won’t be as an investment. It will just be purely a personal purchase. There is one term I can see myself targeting, but that’s about it.

I hope everyone is enjoying the day today. The weather is a bit foggy out here, but I made it to work without a problem. Now let’s get into the list for today! Yes I like three letter .co domains and there are plenty of them in the list! Enjoy!

4wc.net
635.info
82596.com
alumnigames.com
avq.co
azh.co
bandtalk.org
bestdish.com
bfz.co
bloggertizer.com
boge.net
byq.co
collegejournalist.com
creativemafia.org
cucina.co
cvw.co
dky.co
donna.info
drinkingalcohol.org
duq.co
ecigarettereviews.me
ekq.co
eliteingredients.com
evaluation.info
extbytes.com
fanclubx.com
fashionready.com
groupsim.com
gspf.com
holdmusic.net
hollywoodevents.info
idq.co
indianweddingvases.com
indietranslations.com
investorjournal.org
jobapply.net
lacor.com
lawfirmslongisland.com
livingdisabled.com
localcompanydirectory.com
marijuanameds.org
militaryglobal.com
oaq.co
okc.info
okq.co
ouz.co
ownednetworks.com
owu.co
phpfileupload.org
physicaltherapyprofession.com
pjz.co
planscellular.com
pqq.co
pyy.co
pzy.co
underthehood.org
zid.us

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