A collection of domain name stories, questions and interviews published by Alan Dunn. Alan is Managing Director of NameCorp® with over 20 years experience in the domain name industry. He has been involved in well over $50 million of domain names sales, a contributor to TechCrunch, Business Insider, Quartz, has been interviewed by BBC Radio 1, profiled by DNJournal and more. Basically Alan is a domain name nerd. Listen to entertaining stories, sound experience, company founders and more. A new podcast for 2020 which means there will also be a learning curve - just like buying your first domain.
Inside 3 Big Deals with Mark Daniel and Alan Dunn
Go inside 3 big domain name deals with Alan Dunn, Mark Daniel and special guest Wendy Leung. Hear how a seller was found by a random text message on a TV show, how a deal was agreed upon but the seller decided to sell the whole company instead of the domain (to someone else!) and more. 3 domain name industry pros dive deep into a few complex transactions.
Inside a $5,000,000 domain name sale: Be a coach. Not a hero.
Go inside a $5,000,000 domain name sale. Hear how the engagement happened, offers made during negotiation, how a sudden change of course affected strategy and what it took to ultimately took to get the deal done.
Domain name due diligence w/ Dr. John Berryhill, PhD
Alan Dunn talks with Dr. John Berryhill, Ph.d., one of the world's leading domain name attorneys, about domain name ownership due diligence and more. A must listen for anyone interested in buying a domain name on the aftermarket.
Do you really need the perfect .com?
You want the .com but do you really need it? How about other extensions like .ai or .io? Alan Dunn discusses a hot topic - do you really need the perfect .com domain name?
Buying a domain name - Why strategy matters
Why defining your strategy for buying or selling a domain name is critical to success.
Reported domain name sales - Do they matter?
Do reported domain name sales really matter? Learn more about domain name sales data, how many sales are really reported, and to what extent, reported sales data really matters when buying or selling a domain name.