He sells onions on the internet, and people love it.
Peter Askew returns to the podcast this week for an update on his projects. A story he recently published titled “I sell onions on the internet” went viral and sent over 100,000 visits to his website. Peter reveals the impact this had on sales, but that the bigger satisfaction for him was being able to spread the word about the value of domains. We also discuss his purchase of Onions.com, how one business failure led to a six-figure domain name sale, and his plans for BirthdayParties.com.
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I literally have been thinking “I need onions back in my life” lately and just bought some for the first time in ages.
Frank Michlick says
Regarding the driving school birthday party that Peter mentioned: In some areas, fake small cities exist to teach children the rules of the road. I remember attending one of these as a child in Berlin, Germany, and I also saw one (even with a mini Tim Hortons) in Oakville, Ontario, Canada when I lived there 🙂