TheđŸ„‡platform for Punycode. Efty 💘Emoji.

Emoji is the language of now.  Driven by the rise of mobile internet usage the use of emojis has exploded in popularity with people using them in their conversations on social media, messaging platforms and beyond. Emoji domain names have been around for many years but it wasn't until our friends at GoDaddy launched a search engine for … Continue reading TheđŸ„‡platform for Punycode. Efty 💘Emoji.

Better, Faster, Stronger. Scaling Efty for the future.

Building a product that people love isn't easy, there’s no doubt about that. It takes most start-ups a long time and a lot of money and even then, most of them fail to ever hit product/market fit. For this very reason, we were very excited when we launched our beta and real domain name investors … Continue reading Better, Faster, Stronger. Scaling Efty for the future.

Behind the Sale: AirMedix.com – from $10 purchase to $2,400 sale

Welcome to the sixth post in our Behind the Sale series on the Efty blog. In this series, I talk with domain name investors who share all the details behind a recent sale. You will learn how they bought low and sold high, how the negotiations went down and much more. Today, I am chatting with Chuck Hambling a part-time domain … Continue reading Behind the Sale: AirMedix.com – from $10 purchase to $2,400 sale

Behind the Sale: TrueAmateurs.com – from $59 purchase to $2,300 sale

Welcome to the fifth post in our Behind the Sale series on the Efty blog. In this series, I talk with domain name investors who share all the details behind a recent sale. You will learn how they bought low and sold high, how the negotiations went down and much more. Today, I am chatting with David Gruttadaurio a part-time … Continue reading Behind the Sale: TrueAmateurs.com – from $59 purchase to $2,300 sale

Behind the Sale: PipeArt.com – from $32 purchase to $1,000 sale

Welcome to the fourth post in our Behind the Sale series on the Efty blog. In this series, I talk with domain name investors who share all the details behind a recent sale. You will learn how they bought low and sold high, how the negotiations went down and much more. Today, I am chatting with Asad Ali a part-time … Continue reading Behind the Sale: PipeArt.com – from $32 purchase to $1,000 sale

Behind the Sale: Concert.io – from $90 purchase to $12,000 sale

Welcome to the third post in our Behind the Sale series on the Efty blog. In this series, I talk with domain name investors who share all the details behind a recent sale. You will learn how they bought low and sold high, how the negotiations went down and much more. Today, I am chatting with Zach Bard a developer … Continue reading Behind the Sale: Concert.io – from $90 purchase to $12,000 sale