Welcome to New Registrars. Learn about the ins and outs of domain name buying and selling, web hosting, marketing, and building new sites in general, all from the domainer's perspective.

The domaining world is wide open. While potentially seeming dry and data-driven, the flexibility of the data and the ways it can be used in producing a limitless amount of website concepts is mind-boggling.

In short, as domain names are connected to every website in some way or another, working backwards, the potential of creativity in domaining echoes the potentialy of creativity of the web itself. More »

Sometimes you’ll find yourself searching for large amounts of domains at a time, or scanning through a large list based on a search filter you’ve set up. Handling and keeping track of this activity isn’t necessarily difficult, but there are a few tips that can potentially make things more efficient for you. More »

When it comes to any buy/sell investment, you always have to consider the amount of time it takes to operate and manage. I’ll hear from or about people who search for and buy real estate, renovate it, and flip for a profit. That’s all well and good, but how much time did they put into the process? More »

As you expand your domain portfolio and see your yearly costs accumulating, you may find yourself tempted to more reasonably quell your addiction by purchasing a .info domain name. For the love of god, don’t do it. Let me explain why. More »

How long is too long? Is shorter always better? When it comes to domain name lengths, people get very preoccupied with size. If you’re seduced by the small, here’s the scoop on what to think about when counting characters.

Too Long To Type?

How often do you really type out full domain names? Once I’ve visited a site, whether on my phone or computer, my browsers give autocomplete suggestions after the first character, no matter how long the final domain is. More »