CATEGORY: Domains

Connecting to success | The story of mousepads.cool

The more we find out about our customers, the more we discover that we’re all the same. We all have domain names that we don’t use. We all get more ideas than we can ever execute, and a lot of us seem a little leery of that step between getting a domain and doing something with it. That’s why we’re talking to people about how they turned their idea into a money-making venture. No more getting stuck. It’s time to iterate your plan into an easy-to-use web interface, and here are the people to help get you there.

Today, meet Patrick of Mousepads.cool. Necessity is most definitely the mother of invention.

Small businesses, short domains, incredible gifts. Here’s your 2020 holiday shopping guide

People get excited about big companies doing things. We get it. We aren’t any different. When we saw Apple Inc pick up Apple.news and Amazon acquire Amazon.rocks, we felt a world championship validation that still keeps us warm during winter months. But we’ve felt best when people who don’t have the big Apple budget get the exact domain they want because, with TrueName domains, you can. 

To celebrate, here’s our 2020 Small Business Holiday Gift Guide curated by Twitter’s TrueName Luminary @JuJuCatherine

Commence the gift-giving!

The stories behind two of the largest nTLD sales to date

For decades, the aftermarket sale of Premium Domains has followed a specific patten: They’ve always been short, keyword-rich sales of predominantly .com domain names. But with the introduction of hundreds of new domain extensions, a new frontier of Premiums was born. Now, after several years of smart investors jumping onto the new TLD trend early, we’re beginning to see major payoff for those who were brave enough to invest in opportunity when they saw it.

While there have been a number of notable sales of aftermarket and Premium new TLDs, there are two that stand out—each of which brought in a whopping 6-figures in profit.