Guest Post

While we’re very selective about our guest contributors, we do accept high caliber blog posts from domain name investors and industry leaders. that work in the domain name service industry.

As an example, here are a few guest posts we’ve published in the past that meet our quality guideline and we’d love to see more of:

Tech Startup Brands: What’s Hot and What’s Not

Guest post: My first year as a BrandBucket “seller”

What’s Selling at the Brandable Marketplaces?

If you’re interested in contributing a guest post to the DNgeek blog, please read our guidelines and complete the form that’s linked to at the bottom of this post.

Who We Are is an established domain industry blog with a strong focus on brandable domain names, startups, naming, and branding.  It publishes a number of popular series of posts such as the Brandable Insider, a weekly list of the top brandable domain name sales and authoritative guides such as how to sell a domain name.  DNgeek is published by Doron Vermaat and a team of passionate and well-known guest bloggers such as Keith deBoer.


Our readership consists of domain name investors, registries, registrars, IT professionals, startups and naming experts. We’re always looking for great posts that speak to these types of readers.

Quality Guidelines

There is already plenty of content about domain names and startup naming online. We have zero interest in publishing low-quality blog posts. We look for original, practical, real-world examples that show real data, real successes — and even real failures. 

All content must be vendor- and product-neutral. And any data included should be cited to a source.

Topics We’re Looking to Cover

To give you a better idea of what we’re looking for, here are some topics we feel deliver the most value to our readers:

  • Domain Names
  • Domain Name Investing
  • Intellectual Property
  • Domain Name Registrars
  • Domain Name Registries
  • Startup Naming

DNgeek will review the guest post article for publication and work with the contributor on suggested edits. We reserve the right to edit all submissions for clarity, organization, grammar, style, and length; substantive changes are subject to author approval.

We only accept 100 percent unique content pieces, a “nofollow” link will be credited to the guest blogger. 

If you are interested in writing for DNgeek, please complete the contact form here and clearly explain the topic and content of your guest post.