Frank Schilling may have stopped blogging since 2014 but he hasn’t stopped giving domain name advice online.
Not only has he stopped blogging but his blog at SevenMile.com is actually broken and does not even display any of the posts. 🙁
Nowadays he mainly uses his Twitter account to speak his mind publicly.
That and a few conferences like NamesCon 2017! His keynote “The Evolution of Domaining” is on the 23rd of January at 10.00am:
A vision for the future of domaining and how we’re going to get there. The next wave of passive income generation for the savvy domainer.
This is what he wrote yesterday on Twitter:
- Learn the difference between good and bad names by telling your friends about what you find and see if they register them. You’ll find more.
- There are more good unregistered names available than there are active domain name investors to mine for them. The oceans are still full.
- The most successful domain name investors are the miners who patiently research short available names, and who purchase in a measured way.
What do you think about this advice?
Whether you agree with Frank or not, it is always interesting to hear what he has to say.