How to Buy Domains From A Third Party Domain Owner

One of the first things that we do when we consider a new business is to book a domain.

Unfortunately, after billions of domains have been purchased over the years, its not very easy for anyone to get a domain name that easily fits in to your requirements. Most common names have already been registered and have been used.

So what should you do if the domain name of your preference has already been booked. This article by Morgan Linton gives you a good idea of how to acquire such domains.

In short,

1) identify the domain owner.

2) Find out if it is for sale.

3) Determine a price

4)Reach out to the domain owner.

Be prepared to be asked completely ridiculous (according to you) prices. This article goes into great detail how to tackle various issues that come up when you try to buy a domain.


Hope this helps.

Towards Greater Profits Every Day,

Deep Janardhanan

Director, International School Of Success 

Silly Password Rules

Password rules from Apple iTunes

Password rules from Apple iTunes

Have you noticed a major change on the Net lately? Everything we used to read for free has disappeared behind gates. Nothing is accessible any more, unless – we create an account!

And that account comes with a username, an email address and a password.  Often times, we end up creating another new password just to cater to the ridiculous password requirements of each new site.

As we have more and more online accounts, here is a problem that companies are failing to understand and solve for customers. The difficulty of maintaining passwords for different accounts is something that cannot be understated.  Continue reading

Setting up Your Ecommerce Business From Scratch


This session was conducted on May 31 2015.  The slides here were used for the live session.

We talked about action points for taking your Idea to an active ecommerce business.

Points discussed : Idea Validation(offline & online), Product Creation, ECommerce Website setup, Payment Gateways, Launch, Marketing Your Site.

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Words of wisdom from my mentor Jay Abraham

These words of wisdom have been passed on to Jay by his mentor many years ago.

Your goal, responsibility, obligation and primary purpose in business is to carefully examine, fully understand, appreciate thoroughly, empathize respectfully, and acknowledge meaningfully how the other side sees the situation. This applies not only to prospects and buyers — It applies to your team members, vendors, competitors, and the marketplace, community world in general.

 I hope you can adequately analyze, aptly internalize and usefully adopt it in your own business for greater success, more loyalty and greater profits.

Want to learn more about Jay?  He is at

Towards greater profits everyday,

Deep J.

Why Customers Leave – And How to Prevent It


Here is an awesome post by Lincoln Murphy from Sixteen Ventures regarding the difference between “happy” customers and “successful” customers.

Read it till the end.  Don’t miss out the comments.

Also check out this post on the subject on this blog…

How to Not Drive Away Your Customers

Your’s in Greater Profits Every Day,