Ever wonder how a great one worder ends up on the delete list and finally in auction? Sometimes the owners are not stupid or too broke to renew it, they probably just can’t. They are probably dead and no one even knows that they owned such a domain or that they even owned domains at all.
By now every breathing person who owns a TV or a radio and hopefully speaks English, already knows about the passing of “King of Pop” at the age of 50. Events like this somehow reminds one of his own mortality. Death is a future tense. It is going to happen but we just do not know when. This topic has already been beaten to death but the fact still remains that a good majority of domainers need to tidy there affairs.
There is always the basic option of putting things down in a will, however at the foot of this post, you will find links to some websites that can send email to your next of kin after you kick the bucket. This email can be anything but having it email details of your domaining empire to your next of kin is the goal of this blog post. You could have a list of the domains and where they are then with a note to where the passwords can be found at home if you do not want to keep that online with the message.
You can become creative and even give suggestions and advice on market values of your domains, names to keep or names to drop based on certain points you establish.
I am not affiliated in anyway to any of the sites listed above. There links have been provided here as a coutesy to my readers.
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