About me

New blog at www.LLLL.com


25 Responses to “About me”

  1. Hello,

    I am intersed in having LLLL.com…
    I would like to know where i could get some ? and if i could see a list of your llll.com that you are selling ?
    thanks a lot 🙂


  2. Hi Phillippe,

    Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

    The best places to get LLLL.coms are at Namepros (www.namepros.com), TDNAM (www.tdnam.com), and Snapnames (www.snapnames.com).

    My collection isn’t for sale at the moment, however it includes 1604 LLLL.coms.

  3. Good On you for your enthusiastic attitude. This is what will make you successful

  4. Nice Blog 🙂

    Question 1: What do you eat?

    Question 2: Do you have a partner/wife? If yes, what does she say about domaining?


    Best regards,


  5. I only eat Wheaties — the breakfast of Champions 😉

    I’m afraid I’m all alone. Only so much time in a day and LLLL.coms are so much easier to handle than a nagging menopause-afflicted woman!

  6. ohhh boy , hopefully my wife does not read that!!!!

  7. Reece i must say this is quite the business you got here. I have to say I am quite impressed. Well done, i wish you the best of luck

  8. Only so much time in a day and LLLL.coms are so much easier to handle than a nagging menopause-afflicted woman!

    Aaahhhh yes, thats why I am in this (the only things in my life that don’t talk back to me). They don’t talk back (unless its a C&D) and you don’t have to take them out to dinner (although you have to remember their anniversary and pay up yearly) :).

    Great blog BTW. And people reading about LLLL’s for the first time…PAY ATTENTION as he knows what he is talking about.

    later, g-

  9. My Wife is very supportive and knows nothing about computers. The smart girl keeps on telling me if you can read it buy it. I love her for that!

  10. Great blog Reece, you’ve convinced me that investing in LLLL.coms is the best way to put my cash to work right now. I’m curious, how old are you? also i’d like to see something about how you handle taxes.

    keep it up

  11. Remarkable blog Reece! I have with the great pleasure familiarised almost with all its contents. At me to You as to the skilled expert in the field of 4 letters domains will be one big request. Yesterday at a forum I have shown You my new program “Four Letters Domain names Appraisal”. Could You accept small participation in its testing. I would like to learn Your opinion on this program, its lacks and errors in terminology. If it is pleasant to You, after ending over it, I to You will present the full version of my program. Sorry for my bad english.
    Yours faithfully,
    George (glabnet)

  12. Hi Nigel 😉

    I still handle taxes as an “income generating hobby”. Looking into starting up as a business this year because the profits are getting large enough to warrant it. What you decide to do really would depend on where you live and how much you’re expecting to make. If you live in the USA, a good resource is: http://www.domaintaxguide.com/ (I’m not affiliated with it in any way for the record). Well worth the $79 it costs.


    George, I’m glad you like the blog! I’d be happy to test your program once my price guide is completed on January 24th. We’ll have to get in touch on Namepros.. 😉

  13. Hi ,

    I am new in domaining, but i am interested in learning. Any help on how to get strated?


  14. Hi Richard,

    I have a couple great articles in my Domaining 101 section to help new domainers get started.

    I’d recommend checking out this one: https://4letternoob.wordpress.com/2007/12/08/an-intro-to-investing-in-domain-names/

    It’s a favorite over in the Domain Newbies section at http://www.namepros.com (I highly recommend becoming a member there!).

    Best of Luck and feel free to ask any questions you have to me directly. I can be reached on Namepros by pm — my username is: Reece .

    To Your Success!

  15. Hi Reece,

    Thanks very much for your reply. I will check that out

  16. Hi Reece,

    I have been buying domains for few months now….but,this blog of yours has helped me understand the true value of LLLL’s.


  17. 🙂

  18. Reece.. this site rules. A guy owed me a ton of money and gave me about 1500 LLLL.coms. I was very confused reading the other sites, however yours was very well laid out and to the point. I have a much better idea of the value now. Thanks a bunch. Brian Gorman.

  19. Hi Brian,

    I’m glad the guide has helped you better price you’re newly acquired assets. Wishing you all the best with your LLLL.com collection 🙂

  20. Hi. Great information. I only have 10 LLLL.com’s. My question is where should I go for a QUALITY domain appraisal for these?

  21. Hi,

    I have a premium CVCV.com that I need brokering, do you still do brokering. Do you have an email address so I can contact you.
    Anyway the domain is:
    Its a pronouncable CVCV.com thats also a slang word.
    You can see the domain by going to fuje.com directly Ive listed it on sedo.

  22. Feel free to contact me at: reece(at)bqb.com for any brokering requests.

    Thanks 🙂

  23. I enjoyed reading your blog and found the sales charts to be very impressive. A heck of a good blog with lotsof information.

  24. Like the greedy idiot I was, I bought a WSO book on flipping domains back in April. I lost money, but not enough to make me think I couldn’ make this work. For some odd reason I really like domaining.

    I say this because I keep coming back to your blog, and find much of what you write bears out. I am not upset that you are talking down the low-quality LLLLs. I think their value will rise in the long run. But, I am holding onto to more of my funds to buy slightly higher in the food chain. Paying renewal fees for one good LLLL seems a better deal than paying 10 times the fees for 10 marginal LLLLs. (On the other hand, who knows when somebody may feel they can’t live without ZZUG?)

    I love this blog, and just want to thank you very much for doing it – and to encourage you to continue!

  25. Bill, thanks for your inspiring words 🙂

    I’m really going to make an effort to get this updated more often in the future. See today’s post about how few bad quality LLL.coms are actually in the Top 500 Alexa — it’ll either make you think bad quality LLL.coms are overpriced or ba quality LLLL.coms are mega-underpriced.

    Time will tell but I do agree with you that at current prices I don’t see bad quality LLLL.coms being anything but a great long term investment.

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