Domain Websites I Visit Daily

There are a number of domain-related websites I frequently visit, but I don’t visit every site on a daily basis because I don’t have the time. In thinking about it, there are only really just a handful of sites I visit just about every day of the week.

Here are the domain investing sites I visit every day:

What domain related websites do you visit every day?

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  1. I should probably add because I visit after Mike publishes most of his articles. He posts less regularly than Andrew, which is why I didn’t include him… same as DNJournal.

  2. I think everyone in the industry visits those you listed because they’re the best and been around a while. I prefer dropday (I do like freshdrop though) because it gives every stat I need

    Others I enjoy some being rather new

    Sullys Blog
    MattCutts (for SEO)
    of course to save time
    RicksBlog (a little off the wall but still entertaining)

  3. Just so nobody gets the wrong idea or feels slighted – I do read a lot of other blogs and websites. Many of them just don’t get updated every day or I don’t visit every day 🙂

  4., which usually leads to,,,,, and (sites I only check when there’s a new article).

    I use daily for WHOIS lookups and WHOIS history. Not sure it qualifies as a domaining site, but I also use GAKT daily.

    Other than that, the only site I check daily is Domain Boardroom. I check the other forums (NP and DNF) only once or twice a week now to check for sales, otherwise there’s too much noise and not enough to learn to bother spending much time there.

  5. Well, maybe not everyday but at least once a week, depending on post frequency and use.

    All the above and.. now <– definitely daily 😉

    and others. 🙂

  6. I check out daily or almost daily: – to find blog posts that interest me, don’t know how I found them before this site!

    have to check out Domain Boardroom, haven’t heard of that before.


    These are a some in addition to many of the ones listed above I like to visit also.

    They are not necessarily “domaining” but they are part of the puzzle that gives a clearer picture of other happenings that affect us.

    BTW…..I’ve never heard of until now and I’ve been at this biz as long as almost anyone. Thanks for pointing it out. 🙂

  8. Sites I go to everyday in connection with domaining… ( Great source ) ( Great source ) ( The #1 domain trading forum by far ) ( Great source and sharing )… lol j/k
    I also tend to visit 100+ new sites each day 😉

  9. The websites I am visiting on a daily basis are these ones:

    Not so often 😀

  10. @Elliot

    .. good idea for a post! I almost always go to these sites daily: —> thedomains, elliotsblog, domainnamewire, morganlinton (not so often recently)
    of course I go to nametalent everyday too 😉

    @chris – Haha, Rick actually owns that one.. must have excellent traffic and conversion or he wouldn’t have reg’d it.. lmao


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