My Most Recommended Domain Registrar

I’m often asked which domain registrar I most use and recommend. The answer, without any shadow of doubt, is Uniregistry. Uniregistry was built with domain name registrants and portfolio owners in mind. They have built a state of the art registry services system to combine power and ease of use. Everything you do within Uniregistry’s system has been carefully constructed to maximize your ability […] Read more »

Excellent Domain Buying and Usage Advice

My friend and SEO expert John Romaine produces an excellent podcast, and in this episode he discusses what to do and not do when it comes to domain names. VERY informative. I’ve posted the transcript below, but please listen to the audio podcast for the full experience. You can find it here: Works Media Podcast […] Read more »

Should I use “Buy Now” or “Make Offer”?

Today I want to address a question that I receive fairly often regarding listing domains for sale at the major online marketplaces like or QUESTION: I have a question about listing domains at Do you set a “buy now” price or do you use the “make offer” option? I just added about […] Read more »

Should I Choose a Keyword Domain or Brandable Domain?

This is one of the dilemmas many people face when trying to decide what type of domain name would be best for their website. A brandable domain has a very specific purpose, and a keyword-rich domain generally has a very different purpose. What’s the difference? A brandable domain (like ‘google’, ‘twitter’, ‘blingomatic’, etc.) is absolutely […] Read more »

Conversation With a Scammer (domain appraisal scam)

Fun with a domain appraisal scammer There have been many domain scams circulating the web for years… one of the most prolific scams is where you receive a legitimate-looking email from a company who pretends to be interested in buying your domain name. The reality is, once you begin negotiating, they will promise to buy […] Read more »

Understanding Exact Match Domains (EMDs)

Exact Match Domains

Google spokesperson Matt Cutts announced the latest Google algorithm the other day that is focused on Exact Match Domains. Panic has set in – at least for those who don’t understand what is really taking place. The algorithm, like all others before it, is Google’s attempt to remove “junk” websites from flooding the first pages […] Read more »

All the Good Domains are Taken?

Domain Flipping

This is one of the biggest lies on the internet. That statement is as ridiculous as telling someone who wants to be a real estate broker “All the good houses are already gone.” Every single day, 70,000 to 80,000 domains expire and become available to register. Among them are HUNDREDS of very valuable domain names. […] Read more »