It’s new year’s eve, and I thought it would be a good time to make some new years resolutions for my business for next year. I haven’t really set new year’s resolutions in the past, but I thought I would set a few for next year and see if I am able to stick to them.
You are welcome to share some of your new years resolutions if you would like. Here’s to a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year!
New Year’s Resolutions for My Business for 2015:
- Spend more time proactively looking for buyers of my domain names. This year, I was far more passive than prior years. I responded to offers and did a bit of end user outreach, but I need to spend more time doing outreach to find prospective buyers. I won’t do this for my highest value domain names, since sales from inbound inquiries generally receive the highest prices.
- Hand register more domain names. I think it’s fun registering domain names, although it can be less profitable in the short term compared to higher value domain names. I want to spend some more time registering domain names, as I had some success selling a couple last year and received a couple of inquiries (not a huge number, but I don’t really do much hand registering right now).
- Be better at doing things to help search engine rankings on my websites. I’ve almost exclusively focused on writing and sharing good content on my websites, and I haven’t always done anything else to get solid rankings on Google. Perhaps it’s time that I give more effort to this important issue.
- Hire someone to cover some of the news on DomainInvesting.com. Although I plan to continue to write the vast majority of articles on DomainInvesting.com, it might be good to have someone else write some of the news articles to reduce some of my burden. With a baby due in March, time will certainly be more difficult to come by. I will still write the opinion pieces, but some of the news articles are straightforward and wouldn’t require an expert in the domain space if I can’t find someone.