Website flipping is nothing new and we all know people create website and sell them to make money and you will be surprised to know that people also make money by domain flipping. Like Website flipping, domain flipping is different. In this case, you buy exclusive domain names like (Porn.com, Education.com, World.com) and sell them at highly price using services like Flippa or private sell. Read: Tips to make money by Website Flipping Buy Popular book: Domain sell fast to learn making money from domain flipping Domain selling business is not as old as origin of websites. Even I have sold and bought domains in past five years. I have settled some deals also, but neither of those is as big to be mentioned here. I however, wanted to know more about this business little closely and found some unbelievable deals from the past. Most of the people, who are into this business, purchase domain names in anticipation that in future they will get good value for … [Read more...] about Top 20 Most Expensive Domain Names Ever Sold : 2016 List
I was obsessed with Google and Gmail was my e-mail hub even as a Microsoft fanatic. But with the launch of Windows 8 things have changed as I finally migrated to more Microsoft services (Outlook.com, OneNote, SkyDrive, etc.) from Google (Gmail, Notebook, Google Drive, etc.). And now I really love my Outlook.com Inbox (thanks to Windows Live Admin Center). Read: The Google Alternatives: How To Break Free From Google’s Prison With Outlook.com, Microsoft Is Finally Trying To Be ‘Cool’ Outlook.com – Welcome 10 Reasons Why I Love The New Outlook.com It’s got a a fresh, clean, and an intuitive interface. It’s integrated to Google, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn account. It can recover deleted messages. It can sort messages (by date, sender, size, etc.) in one-click. It allows to sign in with a single-use code without entering password. It allows to create e-mail aliases and can even rename our e-mail id. It offers virtually unlimited … [Read more...] about My 18 Suggestions To Outlook.com: Microsoft, Are You Listening?
The creative mind is often a labyrinthine of thoughts and plans, and channeling them properly takes a lot of effort and perseverance. Procrastination or putting things off for the day tomorrow is what most people have to face with almost on a daily basis. Doing the things planned for the day, for the moment becomes an act of thinking, ‘There’s always tomorrow for it’. What people fail to recognize is that resistance the brain offers does not spare you with these thoughts when the sun rises again tomorrow. The resistance your mind offers that leads to you putting off things right now would be more or the same when you sit for completing those tasks again the next day. Procrastinators are creative visionaries who dream about building a beautiful mansion or writing a bestselling novel, but don’t get the basics right like putting together the bricks and the words needed for accomplishing what they set out for. The difference between a bestselling author and a … [Read more...] about 7 Magic Ways To Beat Procrastination For Bloggers
Welcome to our beginner's guide to EverQuest progression servers! The point of this guide is simple: Help new(er) players start and have fun on a new Everquest progression server. This guide is not crunching any numbers or going into end-game mechanics. We won't even be min/maxing. This is for beginners, and meant as a starting point to begin your adventure. To several of our friends who are playing for the first time on the Coirnav server, we hope this helps! Updates will be made regularly to the guide as we update info. More... Class Archetypes EverQuest has a slightly different class setup than most modern MMORPGs. The "holy trinity" of classes actually doesn't include DPS, but instead focuses on tanking, healing, and crowd control. Let's take a look at the class archetype breakdown. Tanks DPS Crowd Control / Utility The lists above don't paint a completely accurate picture. Some classes listed as DPS become significantly more about Utility, and … [Read more...] about Beginner’s Guide to EverQuest Progression Servers
Support Massively OP on PatreonWere you too busy gaming this week to pay attention to MMO news? Get caught up every Sunday evening with Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! E3 is already shaping up to be interesting before it even begins: So far, we’ve heard more about both Anthem and EA’s new Jedi-centric Dark Times-era Star Wars game as well as posted up our wish list for Bethsoft’s Fallout 76. Meanwhile, Valve abdicated all responsibility for what it profits from on Steam, CCP announced a mobile EVE Online game called Project Galaxy, Hi-Rez launched Realm Royale on Steam, Bless Online tried to recover after its messy launch, and we posted our post-launch impressions of Elder Scrolls Online Summerset. Read on for the very best of this week’s MMO news and opinions. THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES E3 2018: BioWare’s Anthem has soloable co-op open world, no lockboxes, a sweet trailer, and a February 22 launch - At this afternoon's EA … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Before the Dark Times (June 10, 2018)