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Welcome! My name is Stephen Douglas, and my company is Successclick™. We provide extensive consulting expertise in many areas of the domain industry. We are best known for doing bulk appraisals and evaluations of domains, designing GUI enhancements for domain management...Read More
SuccessClick’s™ clients appreciate the innovative consultations we provide for their domain portfolios. Sometimes you need help determining what is a high value domain amidst other domains and how you can increase a domain’s worth. Successclick has provided service...Read More
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I just heard about the passing of Ren Warmuz of Trellian.com. All I can say is when I met Ren at several domain events, he was considerate, helpful, and a wonderful person to know. He made you feel special.
The team at Successclick offers deepest condolences to Ren’s family, including his equally great brother, David.
The domain industry lost a fantastic guy. All of us in this industry should stop and take a look at each other, in Ren’s name, and work together to complete his dream to make domaining a legitimate source of investment and online promotion, and in his efforts, made friends of us who were lucky to meet him. If we can all just take one small part of the kindness and support of Ren and move forward in his name to achieve what we know he worked hard to accomplish, we’re better for it.
To everyone… anyone… in this industry… be safe, stay healthy and think twice before doing anything that makes the domain industry infighting something that outside parties would diminish respect for us all. Ren wasn’t a part of that, ever. (Respect to Ron Jackson’s report on Ren’s passing)
It seems many people are trying to sell their domains lately… or more than lately. In the last two years, a strong trend favoring buyers (or shadow-hiding dropcatchers) has emerged. Our company is receiving several emails a day from domain investors looking to sell their domains. Some of their domains are absolute premiums, but for the most part, about 90% of domains we see are probably not going to be picked up on the drop or in the aftermarket.Read More
Buying 3D domains isn’t just putting the 2 famous characters “3D” in front of any noun/adjective/adverb/verb. It’s all about understanding where that domain keyword is going to go, as in evolving as a brand, a keyword, a common phrase, etc.
Knowing something about the English language and grammar gives you an edge in this game. Knowing that you should be subscribed to at least 20 futureRead More
There have been many posts and more emails to SuccessClick.com™ regarding one simple fact:
Most 3D domains are selling for at least mid 4 figures, and they’re not premium domains in the sense they command five figures or more. However, if the domains were purchased OOTB, then you’re looking at profits that cannot be equaled or matched in any investment source in the world in the time of the initial investment, which if OOTB,Read More
It’s been a source of discussion with more than a few members regarding some of the categories of domains we buy and whether they can still be considered “FUTURE TREND” domains (FT).
With the response and sales of the robotic domains by special request for the Successclick™ Robotics portfolio, it seems that robotics are already settled in successfully asRead More
I loved it when many of our members sent us domains we ourselves hadn’t actually delved into. Shame on us. It seems that some smart Future Trend Network™ members already had this figured out. Haptics. This is just straight up proof of the power of research, and the waiting game of FT domain investing.
We didn’t go for Haptics, because our excuse is the same for every domain investor who DOES NOT follow FT domainingRead More
So the world is coming or has come to an ethos of roboticism. Sounds like a strange psychological term, but the fact is true - our world is being roboticized at every level. Successclick has been a big fan of robotics, and we’ve sold some very nice ones for good prices in the last few years. One of our readers asked an interesting question (Louise), “Am I getting too nichy?” You have to answer that yourself (if you’re not a retained client of ours).Read More
Well, I was off about a year or so in my predictions back in 2005, but 2014 seems to be the time where 3D comes alive. There are some health problems concerning running a 3D Printer without ventilation, but if that’s the biggest worry, it looks like 3D printers, among many other applications, are going to be mainstream in less than a year.
What we’d like our FTN members to remember is this – make sure the domains on 3D that you are selling have beenRead More