Webwork - 7:02 pm on Aug 26, 2008 (gmt 0)
Amongst domainers the constant chatter has been "domain development" so I thought it time to ask:
A recent favorite "read" about starting to develop domains, a resource that offers both insights and a chance to vicariously experience a bit of geo-domain development angst, is Elliot Silver's "ElliotsBlog.com". His blog is about as good a read as you will find in the category of geo-domain development. Elliot Silver just lays it all out as he goes along.
Anyone read Elliot? Do you agree that he does a really nice job and is quite open about the process?
Who or where do you - the guy/gal with too many domains - draw domain development inspiration from?
Do you have someone kicking your ass - helping to push you along the development path?
I won't name names but two of my ass-kickers . . err, helpful sources of inspiration . . are not that far away from WebmasterWorld AND I'm grateful for their steady stream of head thumps . . err kindly guidance and encouragement.
I'm also grateful that my daughter has recently taken an interest in internet marketing and web development, and therefore we're actively working on a project together. Exciting times. Quite an inspiration to action, actually, i.e., less analysis and more action. It's a bit of a "Lions, tigers and bears . . Oh my!" time. Time for dad to show he can handle the beasts . . within. Oh my!
This is a bit of a "naming names" thread, which we do from time to time, in the spirit of and with the intention of educating the masses . . or a small pod (group) thereof. ;)
Who do you read as you move ahead towards development? Why? What concrete value have you gained and how have the insights gained helped to accelerate the process for you?
Who has been thumping you on the head or kicking your butt lately to stop domaining and start developing? Is it working? Why?
[edited by: Webwork at 7:18 pm (utc) on Aug. 26, 2008]