Finished New Web Site – Black Warrior Properties

Black Warrior Properties

Today I finished my latest web project, a site for a real estate community in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The project came to me by referral from my roommate’s coworker. After seeing the pictures from this community, I had no idea Alabama was SUCH a beautiful place.

I have been working on the site for the past month now, but it has been nearly done for the past two weeks. Most people who have seen the site say it’s one of my best designs yet. I am trying to incorporate more and more CSS into my layouts. Eventually I hope to work only in CSS and scrap HTML tables all together. This was also my first experience at integrating FLASH into my projects.

Hopefully this project will lead to some great referrals for infinFX. Thanks to Gillian and Jeff Mayfield for the opportunity to work on this project!

Here is the link to their site: Black Warrior Properties

My First Blog – The High-Price of High-Profile Domains

I started using MySpace in mid-2004, just before it became huge. I always liked the concept of sharing your life online, but MySpace was simply too juvenile to truly take seriously. After getting sick of the useless e-banter, I deleted my MySpace account a few months ago.

So here I am, a few short months later, ready to get back into the world of blogging. However, this time my attempt at blogging will be much more focused. For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Nate Whitehill and I am a 22-year old student and web entrepreneur. I created this blog to act as a resource for those thinking about starting or who already own their web-based business.

My day job and main business is a web marketing and e-commerce company, infinFX. However, recently, I have become very affixed in the field of domaining. Domaining is the act of buying and selling of high-profile domains. For example, sold a few months ago for $3 million. It was purchased by Russian Standard Vodka.

Sounds crazy, huh? A simple web address selling for such a huge amount of money. This is not uncommon though. Having a good domain name not only adds credibility to your business, but it allows people to find you easier. When many people search for things on the ‘net, they simply type what they are looking for (in this case, vodka) and then .com.

That sale of was nothing compared to, which sold last year for $12 million. This also pales in comparison to, which sold for $20 million. Here is a list of the top 10 domain sales of all time.

10. $3.3M –
9. $3.5M –
8. $5.0M –
7. $5.0M –
6. $5.5M –
5. $6.0M –
4. $7.0M –
3. $7.5M –
2. $12M –
1. $20M –


Kinda makes you want to start investing in domain names, huh? My domain brokering business, Dot Com Moguls, currently owns about 140 domains. We are selling a few right now, but I will post more on that later.