Daily Poll: How Often Do You Use Domaining.com?

One of the best domain investing tools isn’t a tool per se, but it acts like a useful tool. Domaining.com, an aggregator of domain investing related blogs and websites, is the hub of domain name news for many people.

This website receives quite a bit of traffic from Domaining.com. I am also an avid user of Domaining.com. I particularly like the customization and advertising options the website provides. I would be surprised if there is a serious domain investor who doesn’t use Domaining.com at least somewhat regularly.

How often do you use Domaining.com?

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn


  1. I’m using it less and less now as Namepros is becoming the go to place for everything domains. A lot of the blogs(not yours) are just posting rehashed Namepros news anyways.
    If Namepros added an aggregator for domain blogs it would be the beginning of the end for Domaining.com

    I just don’t like how Francois censors certain posts from blogs, I’ve missed a few of your posts because they were removed from the feed for some reason

    • I was not aware that posts were being censored. I know that the weekly brokerage listings, which I haven’t posted in a while, get removed but was unaware of other times.

      Can you share any examples of my posts being removed from the feed?

      I don’t recall seeing any, although I suppose it could be done without my knowledge if it showed up in my feed but was removed from others’ feeds.

    • I don’t think Namespro could replace Domaining.com. use Domaining.com more than any other DN related site. DnJournal comes 2nd and Namesbio 3rd. I just wish there were more posts on Domaining.

  2. The recent one wasn’t a brokerage one, I know he does that for those, I think it was one about recent purchases/regs and you asked people to list theirs. Also he has been censoring TheDomains blog “list your names under….” posts which I don’t understand why, those are some of my favorite posts!

  3. So why is he censoring your weekly brokerage listing and TheDomain but not the DShame self serving listing?

    Is it because he likes DShame’s middle finger better?

  4. He should have sold it for the $1.8M when he said it was on the table.

    Less and less bloggers, it became more about crypto which he lashed out on.

    Majority of the stories are same releases.

  5. I never use it and virtually never have all these years while people have seemed so gaga about it. It just doesn’t grab me at the homepage. I do prefer a few others, though, but don’t want to say which. I suppose there may be some nifty features beyond the homepage.


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