OnlineDomain.com Reached 3,000 Posts (And 13,400 Comments)

OnlineDomain.com reached another milestone and I didn’t even notice it.

This post that was published last week, “Greek Seller Contacts Frank Schilling To Sell Him A .MOM Domain 21 Hours After General Availability”, was post number 3,000 published by OnlineDomain.com.

It has been quite a ride since I started almost 4 years ago in July, 2012. I usually write 2 or 3 articles every day. I had small break back in 2013 because of some unfortunate events. I almost lost the entire blog (again).

I am mostly thankful about the 13,400 comments that have been posted by readers. Thank you!

Please follow OnlineDomain.com on Twitter @OnlineDomainCom and Sold.Domains @SoldDomains.

I also want to thank my sponsors over the years. They keep this blog going.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please let me know here.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

9 comments

  1. Congrats man! Your blog is owning and growing!

  2. Congrats on the milestone. I like your honest approach.
    Regular reader 😀 Aron

  3. Domain Observer

    Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your blog is recommended to all my (Chinese) friends. Thanks.

  4. Congrats on an impressive milestone! Looking forward to reading the next 3,000!

  5. Great news! That was lots of hard work for sure. I appreciate the information you share here.

  6. Keep up the good work, Konstantinos!

  7. You are a prolific blogger! How do you find time to write 2 to 3 articles each day? I can only do one article a day because research takes up time. What’s your secret?

  8. Thank you all for your kind words!

  9. Dynamite. Never Give Up!

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