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I was thinking about Shane’s post from the other day, the one about keeping your day job and not buying domains just because your addicted. I think it’s great advice and here’s my spin on it.

If you make enough money to live off of domains and hate your job, quit your day job or find a job that you like. During college I worked in factory as a machine operator, the money was decent all things considered but it was one of those jobs that you contemplated driving into a bridge abutment every time you drove to work just so you had a good reason to call off.

I think everyone should work in a factory for a few months, then go back to your regular job. You won’t complain about anything for at least a few months.

We spend a third of our most productive years at some type of employment. I would rather change my lifestyle and live with less or find something better to do with my time than work somewhere I hate.

As far as buying too many domains, it all depends on what’s working. I agree that you shouldn’t add money to buy domains everyday. I use a portion of my sales to buy more domains to bootstrap the whole operation.  If you find something that works, duplicate it over and over again, until it no longer works, or you find a way that works better.


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5 Replies to “IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, February 24th”

  1. It’s easy Not to buy domains all the time since people are overpaying at the wholesale level.

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