9 Responses to “Domain Picks Dropping on Mar 24th 2014”

  1. Kassey says:

    Just show success is not pure luck, but a lot of research etc. Thanks Mark.

    Not sure if you’ve already answered my question yesterday. Can you add an option to follow a blog and get an email when new comments come in, just like the many other domain blogs (eg. DomainInvesting.com) that I read?

    • Mark says:

      Sorry Kassey, I am looking into the comment notification email thing. And success, we will see, I have to sell something or make a successful website before I can claim success with a new gTLD, but I do research before I invest, we will see how that works out for me…

      • Kassey says:

        Thanks. Look forward to the email notification, which is very useful for me to keep track of conversations on multiple blogs.

        I like your humility.

  2. Mike says:

    Mark can I have your opinion on .US domains ?

    • Mark says:

      That is a hard one Mike, I like .us domains, I am a US citizen after all, and I started my blog here on Dots.us, it is a sweet short extension imo, the only problem is I could never sell any, I have had some decent .us names and never had any significant sales or offers, hardly any inquiries. I still get some sometimes because they are only $5 but I never sell any, maybe with all these new gTLDs they will get more accepted but that might be a while or wishful thinking, it is a mystery to me…

  3. Jeroen says:

    Thanks for mentioning namedroppers, just added to my tool list.

  4. Kevin says:

    I’m surprised you lost sight of one of the biggest financial keywords on your gtld extension sitting unregistered, and it a actually works with the extension. Looks like less interested parties this week, or people feeling the pinch of premum

  5. Travis says:

    KPack.com, sure someone down the line’ll want it .

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