No one understands the power of a good learning system for domaining like someone who has learned the ropes the hard way and lost a lot of money in the process. As someone who has made every mistake in the book along the way, I can appreciate the value of a quality learning system for domaining.
There have been several courses on domaining that have been offered through the years. However, there has never been one that I recommended – until now. DNAcademy is that course. Although quite expensive, it is well worth the price.
Like most of you, I learned about the author of the course, Michael Cyger, from his podcasts on Domain Sherpa.
During his podcasts Michael has interviewed all the top players in the domain industry, from Frank Schilling to Rick Schwartz and everyone in between. He has picked up a wealth of knowledge that he constantly displays in his interviews. What’s more, he has managed to parlay that knowledge into practical use and done well in domaining himself.
There is more to the course than just the extensive curriculum. If you are a pro member, you can join a private forum and receive greater interaction with, and attention from, the course instructors.
I’m not going to give away the contents of the course, as I’m sure Mr Cyger would not be very happy about that. But here is an idea of what you will learn taking the course. You’ll learn about what domain names are, the importance of keywords, how to value a domain, valuation tools, buying domain names, selling domain names, and the basics of running a domaining business.
The course is professionally laid out. There are numerous videos and examples throughout the course to help you learn, and exercises to do along the way. You can work through the material at your own pace, when you have the time.
If you are at the beginning or intermediate stage of your domaining career, I recommend registering for DNAcademy. Taking the course will save you hours of time figuring out how the ropes work, and likely save you from thousands of dollars of mistakes. It’s time to stop dabbling with domain names and get serious – so, check out the course now.
If you have any questions about the course, please let me know.