What Do You Like To Read On A Domaining Blog?

One thing I’ve noticed about my blog traffic is that it not only changes in volume based on the time of day, it also varies by region. Of course this makes sense, just because it’s nighttime here in the US doesn’t mean it’s nighttime for all of you. I have readers from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, India and many other countries that are reading this during the day.

So I wanted to know what it is that you like to read about most. Since I know I have a different audience in the evening I want to get a chance to know you, and what kind of posts are the most interesting to you. Do you like to hear about domain development? Monetization? Flipping? Expired domains? Case studies? Let me know what interests you the most so I can provide you some great content during your day, my night.

Also if you want it would be great to know where you’re from and maybe even share something that you think people should know about your country. I’ve traveled the world but there are still so many places I have yet to visit. The one thing I’ve learned in my travels that trumps everything is how similar we all are, yes lives are different, every region is unique, but we as people share a common bond!  So comment and let your voice be heard!

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  • Fran June 5, 2012, 11:43 pm

    Flipping. I’m from Spain.

  • Picas June 6, 2012, 12:23 am

    I love stories about how a hand reg 12 $ becomes a 6 figures deal

    • Morgan June 6, 2012, 6:56 pm

      I’d love to know how to do that @Picas!

  • majid June 6, 2012, 5:41 am

    hi morgan,
    i’m from Newcastle, UK. i discovered ‘domaining’ in 2008 and been hooked ever since. i particularly enjoy learning about the expired domains and flipping side of things.

    here in the UK, we are at a slight disadvantage as there are no domain conferences held like those in the US. for people like me there are no opportunities to network face to face with people in the industry who can help and give you good advice. sometimes i also feel quite lonely in this space as not many people know about this exiting industry and i can’t share my interests with any friends, colleagues etc.

    anyway, i visit this blog almost every day to keep me informed and it is very interesting to hear your views and those who comment. hope to see you if you come to this side of the atlantic!

    • Morgan June 6, 2012, 6:55 pm

      Thanks for the kind words @majid!

  • Poor Uncle June 6, 2012, 6:58 am

    Yes we do have more similarities than differences.
    We all have a tendency to cheat and steal when we are desparate or know that we can get away with it unless we are God fearing people.

  • Poor Uncle June 6, 2012, 7:03 am

    I think you should already know what people like to read. But if you must ask, I would say stories like how to make $1000 with $1 never gets old. Try that headline and see how much hits you get. 🙂

  • Mike H June 6, 2012, 7:49 am

    I like to read your posts on domain development and monetization. I’m from Canada. I’m not a ‘god fearing person’ like the guy that posted earlier. Instead I treat others fairly and honestly because it’s the right thing to do.

  • Anthony June 6, 2012, 11:01 am

    1st. Development

    2nd. What goes into closing a deal, the whole process. I am not talking about they called us deals, I mean proactively seeking end users, number of contacts made time on the phone etc.

    A lot of people highlight big deals or allude to them then raise NDAs but I would like to see a deal mapped from catch to close.

    I emailed you Morgan did you get it?


  • Poor Uncle June 6, 2012, 11:32 am

    Good luck my friend. You are a better human being than me and 99% of humanity. 🙂


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