This time last week my wife and I boarded a Southwest bird headed from Austin to Oakland in route to Santa Rosa, California.
The weekend is nearly here and so is an opportunity to participate in and support a charity kickball tournament taking place in Austin, Texas March 30th (12-8pm).
But to participate in this event, you’ll need to be 11 years of age or older and ready to pay out and sign up before the registration deadline of March 22nd (TODAY!).
And it’s not just any ole’ kickball tournament, but one sponsored by Catalyst — a mobile community developing individuals personally, professionally, and spiritually, helping others bring their unique purpose to life. All entry fees and donations going directly to serving at-risk teens via Effie Center After Hours program.
While reading the Northwest Austin Edition of Community Impact Newsletter (Volume 12, Issue 4), I stumbled upon an interesting advertisement for an Austin-based yoga company.
Now you may say to yourself, “What’s the big deal about a yoga company?”
It’s not a big deal that an Austin-based yoga company advertises in the Community Impact Newsletter, as do others, but what’s more interesting about their advertisement is the fact that Ying Yoga uses the .yoga domain extension represent their digital presence.
Just East of Austin sits a town closing in fast on a population of 10,000: Elgin, Texas.
Neighboring cities Elgin and Manor are both in fast competition for which city will break the 10K population tape first as the greater Austin metro bursts at its seams with unbelievable population growth — one of the fastest in the nation.
Elgin is known for many things, but one of its brightest spots of glory is its down-home barbecue from Southside Market and Meyer’s.
I’m back with another domain discovery, and this time it’s a real estate domain using the .forsale new top-level domain extension.
I was driving east bound on Anderson Mill Road in Northwest Austin on my way to get a haircut.
I tend to be very observant of my surroundings while driving, on the lookout for domains being advertised on vehicles, billboards, and buildings.
As I was making a left turn at the intersection of Anderson Mill Rd and Parmer Rd to head Northbound towards Toll Road 45, my eye quickly made out Keller Williams and what looked to be a .forsale domain name advertised via a yard sign.
This week I’m traveling to attend one of the biggest annual conferences for domain investors: NamesCon.
As I await my flight this early Sunday morning, I briefly checked and responded to email and social media notifications.
As I checked Twitter direct messages, I stumbled upon a photo sent from a fine gent living in Australia who knows my fascination, passion, and love for domain names.
A few days ago, I stumbled upon a tweet posted by ChurchTechToday.com.
As Wynn Stewart once sang, “…Another day, Another dollar…” in the world of business and life, especially when it comes to domain investing.
And speaking of another day, this saying reminds me of an expired domain auction I stumbled upon last week.
As most of you are aware, I provide daily expired domain auction listings for a number of domain-related platforms.
In the course of preparing each list, I remain alert to identify and flag expired domain auctions that I personally participate in to further advance my growing portfolio of domains.
I’m not much a brandable guy, but I own a few. I’m more of a generic keyword(s) or geo service domain type a guy.