Frager Factor

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Who Gets to Be Sexy?

Today: Sex, 5G, Lime, e-scooter, Disruptive tech, Startup, Head transplant

Technology has made it possible for just about anyone to shoot, direct and star in their own porn films. Women are leading the new guard

Today: Bitcoin, Google, Freelance Copywriting,. Drop Ship Business, Netflix, Sales Pitch, Pitch Deck


Friday, May 18, 2018

Blockchain will help ‘drive this next industrial revolution

Today: Baby names, The Importance of SEO, Blockchain, Crypto artists, Amazon, $100M+ Startups

Today: Blogging, Branded Content, Technology, Gmail, Job descriptions, Silicon Valley

In the past decade, new parents have fallen for vowels.

And why it makes me want to gouge my eyes out


Thursday, May 17, 2018

Bitcoin could soar as high as $64,000 next year

Today: Bitcoin, Copywriting, Warby Parker, Wharton, Venture Capital, Sugar

Today: Death, Bitcoin, Hypnotism, Self-driving cars, Freelancing, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett

Wharton professors, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurs are fueling an entire generation of Warby Parkers. Now there are more than 400 startups tackling products from toothbrushes to bras. What could go wrong?

A Public Service Announcement


Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The Wealthy Are Hoarding $10 Billion of Bitcoin in Bunkers

Today: Dear Mr. Bezos, Cannabis pain killer, Domain Names, Fake News, Bitcoin, Electric Trucks

The first vehicles are expected to be deployed before the end of 2018


Monday, May 14, 2018

How to Create a Million-Dollar Business This Weekend

Today: Bitcoin, Google, Freelance Copywriting,. Drop Ship Business, Netflix, Sales Pitch, Pitch Deck

The math’s not pretty on digital advertising’s future revenues. That could mean a massive devaluation for both Google and Facebook.

The market is bleeding. There is blood on the streets. People are panicking. 

A hard yet necessary decision

Declining pay for freelance writers hurts more than just the quality of the prose

It’s Zuora’s, and it’s brilliant. Here’s why.


Saturday, May 12, 2018

.NYC Travel Auction Ends Strong.. and continues on Sedo

From .NYC:

I am thrilled to be sharing the initial results of the sale of the .nyc travel and tourism premium domain names. We created a campaign around this highly sought-after vertical of premium domain names to provide New York travel agencies, hotels, airlines, entrepreneurs, startups and businesses access to some of the most in demand digital real estate in the world.

Our campaign initiatives focused on a headlining auction with several high value premium domain names in the .nyc namespace, as well as an additional set of “buy now” travel and tourism-inspired premium domain names available directly through registrars. Having both the auction and buy now premium domain names available created significant demand and interest in the .nyc namepace. We are thrilled to share these initial results with you:

  • Total Premium Domain Sales: $44,221
  • Total Auction Sales: $17,471
  • Noteworthy Buy Now Sales:
    • sold for $1,399 (via Registrar channel)
    • sold for $349 (via Registrar channel)
    • sold for $25,000 (pre-auction premium sale)
    • Additional buy now premium domains are available for purchase and can be found on

We are excited to report that our initial results have shown a higher number of end users secured these premium domain names than in any of the other prior .nyc premium domain auctions. In total, we sold 16 premium domains in the auction and 3 via buy it now pricing.

We’ve published some additional blogs on which may be of interest as well. 


Friday, May 11, 2018

1000 different people, the same words

Today: Blogging, Branded Content, Technology, Gmail, Job descriptions, Silicon Valley

Two arms, two legs, a head, a heart, and a smartphone = Human?

The author of the New York Times bestseller The Lean Startup wants to reinvent how stock markets work. Everyone thinks he’s nuts. But we currently fund US innovation with Russian mafia money and autocratic sovereign wealth funds, so….

And I think I’m OK with it

by Jean-Louis Gassée
The more I read Jeff Bezos’ twenty-one annual letters to Amazon shareholders, the more I like his views on growing Amazon’s business, on focusing on constitutionally discontented customers. I also became convinced that letters give us a unique opportunity to see a genius explain his work.

What hiring language from 25,000 recent job descriptions tells us about corporate cultural norms

About The Author: Owen Frager is an Internet marketing expert ready to help take your company to the next level.

Contact Owen: Twitter | Google+ | Facebook | LinkedIn | Email