April was a big month for my blog with a number of posts really taking off and getting lively conversations going. One thing I’ve always found interesting is that sometimes my most-read posts are the posts that get the most comments, other times, it’s posts that get very few comments.
At the end of the day, I think it all comes down to whether what I’m writing about is just something topically interesting to people or polarizing. What you probably already know by now is that I don’t censor or delete my comments. While the day may come where someone writes something so outlandish that I have to take it down, it hasn’t happened yet. That’s why I end almost every post the same way, “I want to hear from you, comment and let your voice be heard!”
If you’re looking to relax and catch up on some Domaining-related reading today, below are my three most-read posts from April to add to your reading list. Enjoy!
- Rick Schwartz shows “the power of No” in the email that closed the $8.88M deal for Porno.com (read it now)
- There’s an interesting debate going on between Andrew and Theo on Twitter (read it now)
- Should you set BIN prices on your domains? (read it now)
Remember, the comment section is still active on all of my posts so if you read a post, go through the comments, and want to add your own two cents, be my guest.
As always, thanks for reading, thanks for commenting, and Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mom’s out there, I’m going to see mine in a couple of hours!