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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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Digital Assets: Do They Need a Physical Storefront?

September 30, 2021

What if you could walk into a store and register, buy and sell domain names? Afternic and the Uni Market could expand into physical stores.

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Fixed BIN Price: A Sign of Confidence in your Domain Name

September 16, 2021

Wanting to sell domain names without tiring negotiations? Here's why you should lock that price down, using a fixed BIN option.

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Setting up Domain Privacy at Uni

September 9, 2021

The Uni Privacy WHOIS provides two layers of protection against data skimmers; find out how to use it.

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Register, Bid, Acquire: Three Ways to Build a Domain Portfolio

September 2, 2021

Build your domain portfolio by registering, auction-winning, and direct acquisitions of domains; use the Uni Market and GoDaddy auctions.

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Upcoming Price Increase for .COM Domains

August 26, 2021

Verisign is increasing its base .COM pricing; information about what happens at Uniregistry.

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Domain Investing: Trend Follower or Old School?

August 17, 2021

Domain investors: For success, seek a fair balance between old school domaining, and chasing trend or newsworthy domain investments.

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Geographical Suffixes and Domain Names

August 5, 2021

Geographical suffixes in domains can drive traffic to your locally-focused business more accurately, delivering optimized search results.

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Leveraging Domain Offers on the Uni Market

July 15, 2021

The Uni Market provides domain sellers with an exceptional platform; Uniregistry brokers can help you achieve your target selling price.

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The Importance of Comparative Sales for the Domain Market

July 8, 2021

Comparative sales reports indicate the overall sentiment of the domain market, its volume and trends, and can help provide a valuable...

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Domain Parking Performance: Should you Sell Instead?

July 1, 2021

Should you keep your domains parked, or skip the PPC route and sell these domain assets? Here's how to determine that.

Retail Domain Registrar vs. Corporate Domain Registrar

July 29, 2021

GoDaddy and Uniregistry are retail domain name registrars. They have the general services needed...

Afternic Releasing Phase One of Afternic 2.0 Beta Launch

June 14, 2021

Today Afternic has started releasing phase one of its Afternic 2.0 release. I want to be very...

Evaluating a Domain Name's Worth

June 8, 2021

Whether you are a domain name investor or a potential end user of a domain name, at some point...

Afternic now has Two-Step Verification

May 25, 2021

Afternic now offers the option to enable Two-Step Verification (2SV) in all accounts, as a...

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...