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Theo Develegas Founder, Acroplex.com theo@acroplex.com Brand specialist, digital artist, and domain name investor. My 30-year background in journalism spans a wide range of subjects, particularly computers, technology, and domain names, but also humanities and strategic psychology. As a professional graphic designer and content creator at Acroplex.com, I use imagery and words to deliver an effective message. I still play Counter-Strike on Steam.

10 recent posts by this author

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Domain Investing: Is it a Solo Game?

May 6, 2021

Is domain investing a solo game or a field ripe for joint ventures? A analysis on the pros and cons of doing it either way.

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Uniregistry Notes: Keep your Domain Details Handy

April 30, 2021

Uniregistry Notes will help you keep track of important details about your domains, right inside a domain's profile.

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Short-Term vs. Long-Term Domain Holding

April 22, 2021

What strategy should domain investors follow, to maximize their return on investment? Learn about the two types of an investment's lifespan.

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Domain Brands: Would you Like to Buy a Vowel?

April 13, 2021

Ensure your brand is built on domains that pass the radio test, or your customer might have to fill in or guess missing letters.

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Keyword Optimization for your Parked Domains

April 1, 2021

How to optimize the PPC settings of your Uni Market domains, increasing the CTR and revenue, all while avoiding trademark issues.

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List your Domains as "Buy Now" or "Make Offer"?

March 25, 2021

Sell domains on the Uni Market: When to use a BIN, floor price, or a combination, to get offers for your domain names.

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Domain Inquiries and the Uni Market Label System

March 11, 2021

The Uni Market provides an extensive Label System for identifying a domain inquiry's characteristics and current status.

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Four Ways to Get that Domain for your Brand

March 4, 2021

Start-up founders, entrepreneurs, and business architects, take notice—here are four ways to secure that domain name for your brand.

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Your Domains Might Sell for More This Year and Here's Why

February 18, 2021

With the assistance of brokered deals at Uniregistry and the GoDaddy syndication network, domain investors are looking into a busy year...

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Domain Brands: Additional TLDs to Go After

February 9, 2021

Domain names and brands go hand in hand and by now you should know the golden rule: get the .com domain that matches the brand.

GoDaddy Bulk Domain Transfer Gets a Uniregistry-type Makeover

May 11, 2021

GoDaddy’s domain name management system has been known to be aged and in need of some modern...

Short-Term vs. Long-Term Domain Holding

April 22, 2021

What strategy should domain investors follow, to maximize their return on investment? Learn...

Uni Joins the Afternic Syndication Network!

September 17, 2020

Many people know that a rainy day at an auto dealership is a lost day for sales. Time and money...

Spend Less on SEO, More on a Memorable Brand

August 25, 2020

Search Engine Optimization or the more common acronym term, SEO. Is it the biggest scam of the...

Uni Support Update: The 7 Day Formula

May 19, 2020

With the way the world works changing, the butterfly effect of internet changes takes effect....

Better together: Uni joins GoDaddy

February 11, 2020

Uni has always been about catering to domain investors, domain lovers, and people who understand...

Domain Name Buyer Brokerage, the White-Glove Domain Service

February 4, 2020

Simply finding a way to contact a domain name owner can be a crazy task that the average person...

Join Uni at NamesCon 2020

January 16, 2020

The Uni Sales Team will be attending NamesCon 2020 in Austin, TX and we would like to speak with...

New Missed Connections: Part III

November 26, 2019

Back by popular demand! An updated list of incomplete domain transactions. It has been a while...

Building a Great Single-Page Website For Your Small Business

November 21, 2019

Whether you're a freelance photographer, own a hardware store, or have some other type of small...