I check Domaining.com daily to see what some of my friends and colleagues are writing about, and it seems like every couple of weeks a new domain blog pops up. Although the space seems to be getting crowded since we’re in such a small industry, I do think it’s good to see different perspectives on various topics.
A couple of weeks ago I saw a new blog appear on Domaining.com (SullysBlog.com), and I’ve visited it several times recently because of the unique content. Mike Sullivan has been interviewing owners/operators of generic domain names including SexToys.com, HeadSet.com and Lobster.com, and I think it’s fun to read their stories.
One thing I learned early on is that there needs to be something unique about your blog that you can offer readers that they may not be able to get elsewhere. I think its great to read these interviews with people who rely on generic domain names for their business rather than branded domain names.
I wasn’t asked or compensated to write this, and I’ve never met or done business with the blog’s author before. I hope he keeps up his interview series.
Nice nitch he has and I find the interviews interesting.
Nice of you to read the blogs.
But bottom line, you’re a lurker.
I am a lurker… the only place I regularly post and comment is on Domain Boardroom. I don’t usually have time to comment because that would involve coming back to see follow ups 🙂
And also, all that sweet relevant content activity from the reader followups on your blog fattens your pig!
You should once in a while, peek out from that babushka and come give us some of that bacon, si?
No pig.. this is a kosher blog my friend 🙂
uh uh uh, my little dreidel, I don’t see the Hashgocho symbol on your homepage! Ay yi yi – you break my heart…. oy!