“Domain King” Rick Schwartz starts blog about domain names and web traffic.
Domain investor and T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference co-founder Rick Schwartz has started a blog at RicksBlog.com. Schwartz promises to use the venue as a way to “ruffle some feathers”:
I’ll ruffle a few feathers and mix it up a little bit. We’ll expose the cons and let you know the real skinny on payouts. Pissing folks off is my specialty. It’s easy to do when you stick to the numbers and the numbers don’t jive with what they say or what they promise.
Schwartz’s blog will be a nice addition to the growing number of “industry veteran” blogs, including SevenMile.com by Frank Schilling. SevenMile is very active. Yesterday Schilling posted 9 times. I guess you know how well he’s doing when he has time to post 9 entries.
Schwartz is known to most domainers as co-founder of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. domain name conference. The conference, held several times a year, draws in hundreds of domain name industry players. It’s also home to the popular live domain name auctions organized by Moniker. The next conference will be held in Manhattan June 19-22. Schwartz owns a number of valuable domain names, including Candy.com.