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about writers press speaking contact start here morganlinton.com | living in a world of 1’s and 0’s why sales like riseup.org for $75k are awesome…but not reflective of the market by morgan on february 27, 2017 one of the ways that many people get drawn into the domain industry is by stumbling on a domain sale, or a list of sales and thinking, “hey, i could register names like these.” fast-forward to 2am and they are sitting in front of their computer hand-registering names that to them look just like that domain name they saw sell for $10,000. then reality hits them hard when a year later renewals are coming up and they realize they haven’t sold a single one of those incredible, magical, amazing domain names that they bought that night. this is the point that most people throw in the towel and say, “domain names suck, everyone that made money bought domains in the 90s” first off, this story above was almost me, except i’m one of those incredibly persistent people that takes every failure as a lesson, and one of my first lessons in the domaining world was to be careful not to take individual sales as signs of a trend or to predict future value of another name. today is a great example, news broke that famous domain investor mike mann sold riseup.org for $75,000. quick note: now before i go any further let me just make it clear that i’m not trying to slam mike mann or tntnames. i’ve known mike for years he’s an awesome guy and i always love reading about sales like this. tntnames is another awesome blog about domains and if he didn’t get to it first i might have written a similar story…or one somewhat similar to this. okay, now back to my post. a sale like this is exciting, buying anything for $350 and then selling it for $75,000 is, pardon my french, fucking fantastic. that being said, don’t mistake this for a trend and go out and buy 100 two-word .org names for $350 a pop thinking you’re on your way to becoming a millionaire. what’s important to remember is that people like mike have a lot of domains and a broad range of names. mike didn’t make his millions on two-word .org names and you likely won’t either. so celebrate sales like these but be very careful how much you extrapolate from them. being a domain investor is a lot like being a detective, you really have to dig deep, do your research, and make sure that you can tell the different between a one-off sale, and a real trend. congrats to mike on the sale, that’s a great one and i think we’d all be very happy to ring the register there! { 8 comments } here are the three blogs i read the most now by morgan on february 23, 2017 as someone that has been blogging for almost ten years (yes, october of this year will be the 10th anniversary of this blog) i tend to be pretty blog-focused when it comes to reading. it’s how i’m programmed and i guess now i’m old so reprogramming me is hard. okay, not that hard since i now post on snapchat more than i do facebook, but it’s fair to say that both reading and writing in blog format has been my method of choice for learning from other people. some people learn from you tube videos, others binge watch the history channel or try to attend as many talks at conferences as they can, for me blogs have been my go-to and that hasn’t changed in ten years so it’s probably not going to change anytime soon. i think blogs can be particularly valuable when you’re taking a new path in life, your career, etc. and want to learn from someone that has been in your shoes. one question i get a lot from other founders and blog readers is, “what blogs do you read?” so here’s the answer – right now i’d say my three favorite blogs are (in no particular order): tomasz tunguz – it’s safe to say that tomasz is one of the most well-known and well-respected vcs out there. i’ve been reading his blog for years now and he always has really insightful posts often backed-up by solid data. tomasz tends to write about saas startups quite a bit so as the co-founder of a saas startup just about all his posts are incredibly relevant to me. so why listen to tomasz? he’s a vc at redpoint ventures which is one of the most badass firms in silicon valley with close to $4b under management, 468 investments, 17 ipos and 88 companies that have been acquired. boom, those stats blow my mind every time. both sides of the table – written by mark suster from upfront ventures, this might just be the blog i’ve been reading the longest since i took the plunge almost five years ago, left everything i knew behind and took the startup road. what i really like about mark’s blog is that he tell it like it is, he isn’t afraid to speak his mind and he has a ton of experience both as a founder and venture capitalist which means that yes, he has sat on both sides of the table. mark sold his first startup to salesforce and it’s actually one of the best acquisition stories i’ve heard because everyone in the company made very good money, and some of the team is still at salesforce not because they have to, but because they love what they’re doing. i have a ton of respect for vcs that have been founders themselves and a founder with a couple solid exits under their belt is even better. alex iskold – alex is the md of techstars nyc and we’ve been lucky enough to know him since the early days of bold metrics. alex’s blog has some of the most solid articles about fundraising out there, period, seriously i send his articles around to founders probably weekly. alex sees a ton of companies both applying to techstars, going through techstars, and that he’s invested in himself as an angel. what i really like about alex’s blog is that he isn’t biased by what everyone else says you should do, he uses his own insights and experience to share advice that i find you won’t read anywhere else. one great example is a post he wrote about why it’s a bad idea to send pitch decks to investors before the first meeting, you can read it here. { 0 comments } don’t be afraid to drop some domains, just make sure to do this one thing when you do by morgan on february 22, 2017 this might end up being my shortest blog post of the year, at the same time it emphasizes one of the biggest lessons i’ve learned buying and selling domain names for the last ten years. and yes, the title really does say it all… “don’t be afraid to drop some of your domain names” now that being said let’s be clear. i’m not saying to drop your best names, what i am saying is to drop the garbage, the domain that you know deep down inside probably has no interested buyers. you know that name, the one you registered at 3am for an “idea” you had for a new business that someday you might start. take a loss, kick it to the curb, and say goodbye to some of the domain names you “invested in” that are more than likely going to cost you a renewal fee every year for the next 5-10 years until you finally actually decide to drop it. here’s that being said, don’t just drop a name. think of how much you would spent renewing it for the next few years and take that money and buy a new name, replace it in your portfolio but with a better name. it sounds simple but i’m still amazed by how many domainers will spend thousands of dollars a year renewing garbage when they could take that money and put it towards better names. just think to yourself right now – how many domains in your portfolio have been collecting dust for years? what if you just dropped them, or listed them at no reserve somewhere and then put the money you saved into better domains. my guess is that for most people out there you would have a better portfolio in the end. what do you think? comment and let your voice be heard! { 9 comments } the biggest wordpress seo mistake you can make by morgan on february 19, 2017 it has been incredible to watch wordpress grow since i started my blog ten years ago. when i first started i was actually on typepad and then made the move over to wordpress when i realized that all the cool kids were doing it. i also started out hosting my own wordpress sites then companies like wpengine came along and made the whole process completely seamless. still, there’s one little feature in wordpress that i still see plaguing new bloggers, and it’s just as hidden as it was ten years ago. what i’m talking about is this little checkbox hidden away under settings –> reading: yes, that one little checkbox can decide whether your site is visible to the world or hidden from search engines. as you can imagine, telling wordpress that you want to “discourage search engines from indexing” your site means, take seo and throw it out the window. if you install a plugin like all in one seo pack (my personal favorite) it will give you a warning at the top of your dashboard in case you accidentally have this box checked. either way, it’s a sneaky little option but it can mean a world of different if you have it checked, or not. { 4 comments } a handful of things i’ve learned about chinese domaining lately by morgan on february 18, 2017 i wrote about a new whatsapp group about chinese domaining earlier this week and since then i’ve had a chance to learned a few things that i didn’t know before. just to be clear, i didn’t know that much before since this is an area that is as new to me as it likely is to you. that being said, if you know a lot about chinese domaining you’ll probably want to skip this post since by the end you’ll be like, “really? morgan didn’t even know those simply things, what a newbie!” okay, and with that, here’s three things i didn’t know last week that i now know this week about chinese domaining. chinese domainers treat domains like stocks and use a site called chaomi.cc to check the daily prices and changes in domain values. while i knew chinese domainers treated domain names like stocks, i actually didn’t know that there was a standard site everyone used to essentially agree upon a price to buy and sell at. at the top you’ll see “four consonants” or a 4l domain name without vowels holding the highest value by a pretty wide margin. in the us we use the term “chips” to mean chinese premium domains, or domains without vowels, this is not a term that is actually used in china or by chinese domain investors. the chinese domain investment trend or focus on trading domains like stocks really isn’t just in china, there are plenty of domainers in india that invest in the same way and some of the people who run the chinese domaining whatsapp group are based in india. paying for domains can be a huge barrier to buying and selling with chinese domainers, bitcoin has made this a lot easier and seems to be the growing currency of choice. chaomi means “friend rice” in chinese okay, that’s a handful of things that i learned, feel free to drop any additional knowledge you have about chinese domaining, nothing is better than learning together imo. { 11 comments } want to learn more about chinese domains? join this whatsapp group by morgan on february 14, 2017 i’ll be honest in saying that while i’m all over snapchat…i’m way behind on whatsapp. this probably makes me par for the course in the us since whatsapp hasn’t quite taken off here, but in india if you don’t use whatsapp you’re probably carrying around a flip phone. if you haven’t heard of whatsapp let’s just say over a billion people use it (yes that’s one in every seven people on the planet) and it’s owned by facebook (they bought it for $19b two years ago). it turns out there is a fairly active group on whatsapp dedicated to talking about the chinese domain market. like i said above, whatsapp is new to me so i had no idea this group existed until i read this post on dn.domains last night. this mentioned the whatsapp group which i joined last night…of course i first had to download the whatsapp app. one lesson that i learned the hard way last night is that when you join a whatsapp group and people write a message in the group it makes the text message sound on your phone. this morning i thought someone was sending me text messages in rapid fire form, good to know. as many of you know i’m not someone that has a ton of experience with chinese domains, this hasn’t been a focus of mine so i still have a lot to learn. while i started out in this industry learning from blogs and in-person at conferences, i’m interested to see this change and looking forward to learning from people with a lot more experience in the chinese domain space than myself. hope to see you on there, you can simply click here to join, just use your mobile phone though not your desktop browser to you can directly access the group. { 13 comments } raising the bar – tld registry gets coveted chinese accredation by morgan on february 13, 2017 today is a big day for tld registry as they became one of less than 4% of tlds on the planet to be accredited by the chinese government. while you might not be familiar with this accreditation if you live in the us, in china it’s a big deal since it means your website can be hosted inside of china. if you live in china and register a domain name in a tld that is not accredited by china’s ministry of industry and information technology there is a chance your site could be blocked or shutdown, which means non-accredited tlds can be risky for chinese businesses. also to make things even a little more exciting for tld registry they had two extensions get accredited, .在线 (dot chinese online) and .中文网 (dot chinese website) extension. it’s easy for forget that billions of people live in china and their keyboards don’t have the fun little english characters we have on ours, they have chinese characters which is one of the reasons why idns like these are seeing such a warm welcome in china. “receiving miit’s accreditation is one of the greatest milestones we’ve achieved as a china market focused business. smb’s, corporations, startups, brand protection agencies, investors, and anyone else in china who wishes to use one of our domain extensions for their website can now do so with ease and official approval.” (arto isokoski, ceo of tld registry source – dnjournal) with over 1,000 tlds on the market being two of 32 is pretty darn special. huge congrats to the whole team over at tld registry, something tells me even though it’s a monday it probably feels a lot like a saturday with all the celebrating that is likely going on over there! { 0 comments } not all startup founders know that domain marketplaces exist by morgan on february 10, 2017 i recently sent an email around asking startup founders to name the domain name marketplaces they know. the top response was “what’s a domain marketplace?” some people confused registrars with marketplaces and gave answers like go daddy and 1&1. when i threw out names like sedo, afternic, and uniregistry the vast majority of founders said they had no idea these existed. if you’re in the domain industry you can probably name ten different places to buy domains, but for most people out there, buying a domain name means going to a registrar and registering a name. when a name is taken, there are usually two paths people take: assume the domain is taken and search for another unregistered domain look at the whois and email the owner like i wrote about yesterday, if the whois is private, most people assume the domain name is not for sale. the vast majority of people have no idea that those private whois email addresses actually pass the email onto the owner. once i tell founders about domain marketplaces their eyes light up and they usually start browsing like crazy. when i talk about expired domain names i think i can sometimes hear heads exploding. i’ve heard a number of founders say, “isn’t buying an expired domain like stealing?” let’s be honest, if you’ve been buying and selling domain names you know a lot more than the average person. if you haven’t then you might not realize everything that’s going on around you. i recently got into an interesting discussion with a founder who told me they would only ever register a domain, their logic was, “if i can buy a domain for $10 why would i spend more to buy one from a squatter that paid $10 and now wants to sell it for more…” my response was…”how do you know they paid $10?” to which they said, “because that’s what domain names cost!” this was an incredibly educated entrepreneur who has raised millions of dollars, they haven’t been living under a rock, but they do represent a real disconnect that people in the domain name industry have with the founders of multi-million dollar startups around the world. i can’t tell you how many startup founders i’ve exposed to places like the uniregistry market, buy domains, flippa, brandbucket, and the list goes on. it may sound ridiculous but it’s true…and the door swings both ways. i also know a ton of people in the domain world who have never heard of mattermark, crunchbase, and angellist, sites that most startup founder knows like the back of their hand. conferences like namescon have done an excellent job bringing these world closer together but it’s important to remember that just because you’ve known about something for years, doesn’t mean everyone else has. i think there’s a lot we could do as a community to connect these worlds, it’s one of the reasons why i write this blog and why i’ve always enjoyed helping other founders understand the basics of the domain world. over the next few years, i think our two worlds will converge even more, new gtlds, popular cctlds like .ai and .io, and the growth of cloud-based companies has created the momentum we’re really starting to feel today. it’s just important to remember, if you’re a founder, don’t expect the domain people to know about sites like crunchbase, and if you’re a domain person don’t expect startup founders to know about places like sedo. just remember, we all have a lot more in common than you’d think, but it’s up to us to connect the two worlds faster because there is a lot we can do with our powers combined! { 9 comments } want to sell a domain name? keep your whois public by morgan on february 9, 2017 a number of startup founders i know own domain names, some are for their business, others they bought years ago for ideas they had that never left the ground. i was recently talking with a founder in sf who said she wished someone would buy some of her domains since many of them aren’t being used and have no relevance to her brand. the first question i asked was, “is your whois info public or private?” it turned-out that the whois was private and the domains she wanted to sell weren’t listed on any marketplaces. it’s a common mistake i see amongst people that don’t spend much time in the domain world and bought names years ago and have kept the whois information private. while it might make sense to keep your whois information private if you’re planning on using the domain for a business idea that you might not want people to know about. the problem is, if you move on and years later want to sell the domain, you need to remember to turn off whois privacy. when a potential buyer sees private whois the assumption usually is – this domain is not for sale. couple this with the domain not being listed on any of the popular marketplaces and you shouldn’t be surprised that potential buyers don’t come knocking. so if you bought a bunch of domains years ago and you want to have the best chance of selling some that are just sitting around there’s an easy way to accelerate the process. make your whois info public list your domain for sale on uniregistry market, afternic, and sedo there is no cost to list domains for sale on marketplaces like these and you don’t even have to come up with a price, they’ll just send inbound offers to you. if you want to go the distance you can even update the dns settings to forward to a “for sale” page that companies like uniregistry will generate for free. sounds too easy? well taking these steps are easy. the challenge and reality is, there’s a good chance your domains are junk. sorry, i’m not trying to be mean but i am trying to be honest. most people who randomly buy domains don’t end up buying domains with a ton of re-sale value. that being said, there’s no way to know until you actually make it easy for a buyer to know the domain is for sale. if a year goes by and you don’t get a single bite, the domain might not have a ton of resale value. so dust off those domains sitting in your registrar account and let the world know you actually are open to selling them, and you might just find yourself selling one or two of them. { 11 comments } chorus.ai raises $16m series a round led by redpoint by morgan on february 7, 2017 this morning redpoint, a $3.96b vc firm based in menlo park announced their investment in chrous.ai, a startup innovating in the speech recognition space. as the ai space has been heating up, ai startups have been turning to the .ai domain extension and chorus is another great example of a startup that has raised over $22m to-date and done it without the .com. chorus’ innovation suddenly unlocks all the insight stored in human conversation, an enormous data set that’s almost entirely unleveraged today. the insights from speech analysis will fundamentally shift in the way we will sell, and companies like marketo and qualtrics are already benefitting from it. (source – http://tomtunguz.com/) it’s exciting to be in san francisco for saastr annual along with the chorus team and redpoint, let’s just say the energy level is about as high as it could be today. congrats to ray and micha (the chorus founders) i know it’s been an incredible road to get here and something tells me this is still just the beginning! { 1 comment } previous posts search the blog: morgan linton is the co-founder of fashion metric, a venture-backed saas startup based in austin. in 2007 morgan started blogging and he doesn't plan on stopping until he's well into his hundreds. (read more) get social with morganview domainnameinvesting’s profile on facebookview morganlinton’s profile on twitterview morgancmu’s profile on instagramview morganlinton’s profile on linkedin


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