Price Upon Request was a recent feature added by Efty, this in addition to the options to Make An Offer and Buy It Now. In this article I compare the buy-it-now-method versus the price-upon-request-method, listing the price upon request benefits. When the feature was released, several Domain Investors were excited by the possibilities of this new way of doing business. The driving force behind this new feature was the Domain King, Rick Schwartz. The King tweeted this in response to the feature release: I think “Price Upon Request“ versus “Make an Offer” is going to revolutionize the domain industry in 2020. I think it may be one of my greatest contributions to the industry ever. One shows value and strength and the other shows desperation and weakness. Congrats!#Domains — Rick Schwartz 👑 The DomainKing® 👑 Since 1995 (@DomainKing) December 15, 2019 In my recent interview with domain investor Rick Schwartz, I learned at least one thing about him: with more
In this article I wrote how the Domain King, Rick Schwartz, is again setting a new standard in marketing, this time he buys domains off Twitter. Since I wrote that, I was able to interview the Domain King and ask him if he’s actually bought any domains (spoiler alert: he did), among other questions. With more than two decades of experience, he’s not just sitting back on his laurels and counting his tens of millions of dollars he’s made selling domain names in the past. Now, he’s moving faster and harder than ever to leave a legacy fit for a king. Before I go on, I want to thank Domain King, Rick Schwartz, for taking the time to answer my questions, for being kind, and for his honesty. To be clear, Rick didn’t have to take the time to talk to me. Domain Investors and Entrepreneurs like Rick are extremely busy. And to be honest, I’m not exactly Bob Woodward.