30 Jun '15, 3pm

[email protected] to the rescue : Lazy #domainer an example of slothfulness and negativity #domains #investing #icann54

Flippa to the rescue : Lazy domainer an example of slothfulness and negativity Posted by DomainGang on June 30, 2015, at 11:01 am Lazy Domainers are everywhere. Original photo: Sergiodelgado : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Sergiodelgado When it’s time to renew his domains, Jimmy Henry Bollux sighs, then closes the reminder email. To avoid losing his most precious domain assets, Bollux pays a friend $25 dollars a month to remind him when 30 days have passed since expiration. Many times, he finds great domain names at Flippa with hours left on the auction; he mumbles about how easy it’d be to win them, then shuts down the web browser, feeling unmotivated. He is not alone in this type of slothful, negative behavior. Jimmy Henry Bollux is one of many domain investors that are clearly suffering from lazy domainer syndrome , or LDS. “I can’t get motivated. I am always ...

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