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Quick question... How do I get rid of the Adds on my 123 reg Site? Thanks in advance for any comment. 2nd question I got is.. In this industry, there are many many different ways to make money or be an "expert". What would you consider your strongest skill in this game?..

Comments (14)

Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably could answer your 123 reg question..

Comment #1

My specialty now is finding the best expired domains and also getting pretty good deals on domains I buy, with my past specialty being ccTLDs. Outside of the HostGator world, I'm a pretty good bowler (about 210 avg) and am handy with Photoshop...

Comment #2

My specialty is finding the best expired domains that I can't afford to buy.

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Comment #3

ExpireD names are available to register though...if you can't afford reg fees on names, yikes! I guess go with .infos? lol..

Comment #4

Ooops, sorry - I meant names that were dropping at snap, I'm always getting outbid.

Changing my Avatar?...hmmm, not sure you got the right guy there Justin.

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Comment #5

1. Finding available revenue typos..

2. Finding available quality names in .com (quality tested through various HostGator tools)..

Hey Justin what's yours?..

Comment #6

Buy Low, Sell High(er) and do it in a timely fashion. 24 hours or less. J/K but my fastest flip, was a CVCV that I picked up at Snap at 2:30, sold by 2:45 for a $500 profit.

And talking to Justin all day..

Comment #7

Your specialty is talking to me all day? LoL...

Comment #8

My specialty is registering or buying domains no one wants. Also, I'm very good at not developing sites and letting them sit parked and unoptimized...

Comment #9

Domainspade: Whats your specialty ? .

(except talking whole day with Yofie.

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Comment #10

My specialty is finding the best expired domains that I can't afford to buy, but sit down face to my laptop to watch the jumping Bids....

I can remember so many Drop Auctions which I involved but could not go futher... P5.COM, SUV.NET, MAPO.COM .... too many..

Comment #11

My specialty is making polar opposites meet and become indistinguishable. I take the Yin and Yang of all aspects of life and put it in a blender. There are no lines to walk, but merely thousands of disconnected points to visit periodically..

This being said, I have no real skills in life, aside from one hell of a perspective. Fortunately for me, 70% of this business is dependent on vision, perspective and analysis. I just fake the other 30%...

Comment #12

Turning down offers I really should accept and be happy with..

Comment #13

My speciality is electronics engineering (specialized in telecom). My job is:.

"Operation and maintenance of siemens switches / gateways, Cisco routers, / switches, VOIP Asterisk servers and PRIs".

I spend my salary and revenue to buy domains. I don't try hard to sell my domains; I am just waiting for nice offers. Perhaps I should start selling...

Comment #14

My Specialty is in posting quite a bit on NamePros....

But, Im also pretty good at finding dropped domains at registration fee, that have value..

Thanks,.

Justin..

Comment #15


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.