Question: Who is the TeenDomainer?
Answer: Brian Diener
My story is a intresting one,
I was introduced into domaining on accident while looking around the internet in 7th grade. I searched google for "How to make money online" like all kids. Somehow, Istumbled upon namepros.com and spent a long time reading anything I could and asking lots of questions.
After registering a few bad domain names I had my first sale. I sold a name I had registered after sending a few emails for $350. This had me hooked. I kept reading and learning about domaining and saw how many different choices there were to make money from domain. I have tried and worked with domain parking, development, end user sales, mass development systems, affiliate programs, adsense, and many more.
Fast forward to today, I am 18 and almost done with high school. I have been in the domain industry for 6 years already. I am so grateful to everyone who has helped me out along the way and I started this blog as a way to help others. I am very open and share exactly what I am doing with my domain names.
I own a little over 100 domain names and have a nice set of established sites. I sell domains to end users and also build out minisites for myself and others.
I admits I do not own any $1 million domain names, but I owns quite a few generic 2-3 word .com's, many of the center around things I enjoy like running, camping or stocks.
Still being only1 8years old, I know I still have a lot to learn in the "Domain Game", but I have a few years of expierance and motivation to keep me going. I want to share what I have learned and found with the domaining community not only "Teens".
Outside of the Domaining World I enjoy school and my friends. I am in Chinese 4 which I am trying to find a use for in Domaining. My passions are the outdoors and running. Last summer I spent 35 days in the wilderness in the western United States. I summited Mt. Rainer and came back with many new ideas on life. I am always learning and would love to hear from my readers.
My blog will focus mainly on:
Domaining Site/ Service Reviews
Personal Views on Domaining Issues
Helping Others Out
Great Tools from the Web
If you want me to talk about anything send me an email anytime at brian [at] teendomainer.com