Give Credit Where Credit Is Due – Thank You!

It’s been a while since I’ve taken a step back and given some major credit to for creating a truly game-changing resource for our community. Not only is the site that I personally visit the most during the day, it’s also an incredible place where all of us who are passionate about Domaining get together and share ideas, thoughts, and vision. We might not agree with each other all the time, but we all share the same spot on one of the most important resources in our industry.

The other day I was talking with a friend about and he really helped me put it into perspective. He said, “Wow, you guys are lucky to have one site you can visit that puts all of this together, what industry has that?” This is so true! I’m into technology, music, and travel, as well as affiliate marketing and social media, venture capital…you get it, I’m into a lot of things! There really is no site I go to that has all my favorite travel blogs on it, or my favorite social media blogs, or VC blogs. Instead I use my RSS reader to put these all-together or just simply type them into my browser.

Francois has been not only maintaining but also, Cax,, to name a few and the list goes on. He is a major contributor to the industry but many of these contributions go on without us taking the time to say “Thank You!” So I thought it was time that I gave some credit where credit is due and say “Thank You!” to Francois for creating a resource that many industries don’t have, and not only creating it, but making it damn good!

It’s easy for us to get caught-up in our day-to-day routine and forget one of the biggest parts of our routine, visiting I can honestly say our industry wouldn’t be the same without Francois and and for that I am truly thankful. So I think it’s time that we all thanked Francois and acknowledged the time and commitment he has made. Please feel free to comment below and share the role that plays in your own life, and take the time to give some credit to a resource that costs you nothing and a guy that does it all to better an industry he is truly passionate about!

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  • D.Ray May 10, 2011, 5:56 pm

    I totally agree 100%!! I go to throughout each and every day.
    Thanks Francois!:)

  • - High End Domains May 10, 2011, 6:11 pm

    Well, is my “e-newspaper” but I read it several times a day (average 10+) to see news domain posts from you great domainers.

    That’s how I land to all domainers site, I rarely type in url except for (lol)

    Francois is a great person and have great ideas (& born french nationality like me too)

    Without Domaining all domainers here will have less traffic in my opinion, Morgan can tell this by watching his stats (incoming traffic and URL)

  • Luc May 10, 2011, 7:08 pm

    Agreed! I also visit it at least 10 times per day. Thank you Francois!

  • Elevator May 10, 2011, 7:20 pm

    He is a great Domain owner; for a french man to have such huge investment in english, and having such success. I says ride on and congratulate him for his good job. I have his news feed on my website, which is presently under development. Cheers.

  • Uzoma May 10, 2011, 7:56 pm

    He should be thanking us for going there everyday. But, I do understand 😉

  • Alan May 10, 2011, 9:23 pm

    Domaining dot com is my daily bible. it’s the first and last site that I visit. Thank you

  • Kevin Davis May 10, 2011, 9:37 pm

    One of the top 5 things I check first thing in the morning.Cheers

  • Francois May 10, 2011, 10:56 pm

    Damn! I like such posts – Thanks so much.

  • Anil May 10, 2011, 10:57 pm

    I check three to five times a day.

    Really it’s a great resource for our industry imo.

    Thank You Francois !

  • DomainsAfrica November 7, 2011, 7:34 pm

    How does someone add their blog to Or does Francois do careful selection for blogs that enter I have a blog focused on African Domain industry with a fair amount of traffic already but I wish to enter to add an African perspective to the industry. The domain industry is not that much developed in Africa but there are great future prospects in some countries.

  • Elevator Latunji November 8, 2011, 4:40 am

    Good! Francois is in better position to answer this question, because he owned the site and many others like that.

    But It seems one will pay a sum to feature a website on that site; but he may give consideration for you as a broadcaster of African domains.



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