Interview #7: Emil of King.net

Hello folks, Today’s interview is with Emil, the founder of King.net, Que.com, DomainString.com, among others. Emil is also a veteran member of NamePros forum (since 2003) and goes by TheWatcher. Q: What is your name and what company do you represent? Website? A: My name is EM…
Interview #6: Giuseppe Graziano of GGRG.com

Lately I have been on an interviewing binge, so here it goes. For this interview, I talk to Giuseppe Graziano. Some of you may have already heard of him on various domaining blogs, but for those who haven’t – he is a domain broker who…
Interview #5: Joe aka Vickyhunter

Here’s a brief interview with Joe aka Vickyhunter @ NamePros. Joe is not a veteran domainer, but he has been pretty successful in the short time that he has been domaining. He currently invests in short and generic keyword .COM domains. Q: What is your name and…
Interview #4: Bill aka DotCN

For this interview, I talk to Bill, a native of China, successful domainer, and member of NamePros forum. Bill specializes in the Chinese domain market, primarily dealing with 4 letter (LLLL) domains. Q: What is your name and what company do you represent? Website? A:…
Interview #3: Donald Williams Jr aka Biggie.us

For this interview, we talk to Donald Williams Jr who is an experienced domainer and veteran member of various domain forums. Q: What is your name and what company do you represent? Website? A: Donald Williams Jr aka Biggie.us I don’t represent any company, but my…
Interview #2: Eric Borgos of Impulse Communications

For the 2nd story, I interview Eric Borgos of Impulse Communications Inc. Eric is well-known in the domain industry, and his company also owns a large portfolio of websites. Q: Who are you and what is your business? How long have you been domaining? Website? A:…
Interview #1: Ricky J of SEOFuture

This is the first interview of a new section on my blog titled: Interviews These interviews will include stories from well-known domain investors, as well as domain resellers who flip domains for a living. So, you’ll see domain sales of all sizes, ranging from $xxx up to $xxx,xxx……