Why You Can’t Afford To Miss Out On The New Wave Of Domain Names

By Yaro Starak
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In episode #16 of the Everything Entrepreneurship podcast Walter explains what happened to his body after spending three days of straight coding.

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I talk about the domain name land grab that is just about to kick off when over 1,000 new domain name extensions are released in February. Thanks to Ana’s January 25th Weekly Marketing Skinny for a heads up about the upcoming release.

Don't Miss The New Wave Of Domain Names

The rest of the podcast features three questions we selected from over twenty questions left on episode #14 of our podcast from students of TEC de Monterrey, a school in Mexico (thanks to teacher Horacio Edgar for suggesting his students listen to our show and leave us questions!).

The questions we responded to are –

Mauro Valencia
Hi I’m Mauro, and I’m a student at Tec de Monterrey (Mexico). I would like to know if it would be better to focus on a bigger niche although there is more competition, or a smaller niche, because if you innovate creating a blue ocean and you have success wouldn’t you make bigger companies notice you and try to take you down, causing you to fail?

José Fernandez
Walter, what are some ideas or ways you used in order to have more traffic or promote your site? I am a student of the Tecnológico de Monterrey here in Mexico, and I want to start a blog for various things, but I have yet to find a good way to promote it. If you can, could you share some ideas? Thank you for your help, and great informative Podcast.

Ana Bety
Hi, my name is Ana Bety and I am a student of Tec de Monterrey Campus Tampico. I found this podcast really interesting. It helped me understand more about my class project, but I would like to know what you do if your costumers needs change so much your product that you don’t like it anymore. Do you still sell it, even though it isn’t what you are passionate about?

Walter and I offer our insights in response to each of these questions during the second half of the show.

We Have A Question For You!

Starting next episode Everything Entrepreneurship (EE) is being spun-off from EJ into it’s own separate podcast. I want to keep the EJ Podcast for interviews, which I have been doing since 2005. The EE show has proven it deserves it’s own dedicated podcast channel. I’ll have more news about the separation next episode.

To kick of the new independent channel Walter and I are going to start a series of episodes looking at what goes into a pitch to promote your business to either investors or potential customers.

To help us better help you, during this episode we asked you a question –

What part of doing a pitch scares you the most?

If you could answer that question as a reply to this blog post we would really appreciate it!

If you have any of your own questions to ask us, feel free to ask along with your answer to our question in the same reply, and we will respond during the next EE episode.

Thanks again for listening,

Yaro and Walter

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  • I am definitely listening, Yaro!

    Thanks for covering the topic; I’ve been getting quite a few of “What’s in it for me?” questions from my readers and followers on Google+ – you saved me a lot of effort by talking about it in your podcast.

    Now I have something to add to my next Weekly Marketing Skinny on Saturday. lol

    • Haha, thanks Ana, and thanks for bringing it to my attention again. I heard about the initial land grab last year, but at $185K each that was over my budget so I didn’t pay much attention to it.

      I will be looking at the options come next month though and see what domains I might grab.

      Yaro

  • Mauro Valencia

    Hi I’m Mauro, Thank you answering my question on your podcast!, I think what scare me the most are customers because at the end they are ones that the decide if you are going to become sucessful or not

  • José Fernández

    Hello again, Yaro and Walter. Yaro, sorry for not mentioning you, although thank you very much for answering my question (to tell you the truth I was not expecting it to be answered like that, haha), it meant a lot considering who you both are, and the depth of your answer (and thanks for saying it was interesting). Now, to answer the question of the podcast, I guess the scariest part for me would be the moment before getting the answer from the investors. I am new to this, so I do not really know that situation, but after presenting my idea, probably not knowing how it goes and not knowing what do they think yet would make me reall nervous. Maybe it’s not that long, probably a few seconds, but they would be pretty harsh in my opinion. I enjoyed this podcast too, thank you both for your help.

  • Cristina Heredia

    I am a student at the Tec de Monterrey in Tampico. What part of doing a pitch scares you the most? The part that scares me the most is exposing my idea and that it won’t be so good. It scares me to think that my idea is great and later find out that its not working out like I planned. It also scares me that people find my idea lame or basic and not great.

  • Araceli

    Hi my name is Araceli i am from mexico and i study in the tec de monterry the part that scares me the most about doing a pitch is that my idea is not so good or innovative and it’s not worthy for them to invest on it.

  • […] He talked about those very things in his latest podcast:  […]

  • Aylin Gutierrez

    My name is Aylin and I’m a student at Tec de Mty in Tampico. What scares me the most is when I expose my idea and seeing the looks of my classmates that they think my idea is too bad, or if they laugh it makes me think it is bad even though I know it would work. Thanks for your help.

  • Doing a pitch for my Long Island web design company can get a bit nerve racking. Sometimes you want to educate the potential client with everything you know. However this can become overwhelming for them. I find by focusing on their goals, and allowing the client to trust your experience, this can lead to a very efficient and profitable relationship. Once the work is provided, the most important pitch is easiest. Reselling the client.

  • Alan

    Hi my name is Alan a student from TEC and I wanted to tell you of what a great work you two are doing, I´ve listened to all the podcast and you pretty much covered all I wanted to hear, thank you for the experience and information, keep it up :)

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