A blog post by a domain name developer, the owner of the domain appdomain, has been making waves on the social network since it was published earlier this week.
The blog post, titled “How to avoid being an online celebrities and building a domain portfolio,” has received nearly 1.5 million hits, according to analytics firm Domain Explorer.
It offers tips for the “enthusiast” as well as a guide to getting started with domain names, all from the perspective of a domain developer.
The post is written by John R. Hickey, who is best known for developing the popular domain app domain, but the post also includes other domain names that he has created, including the now-defunct domain prokaryote.com.
While the post is a bit of a departure from Hickey’s usual content, it is actually not entirely new.
The site has been on the front page of the social media platform since March of this year, and the domain was updated on January 26, 2018.
While most domain names are built to be “user friendly” and “easy to use,” there are a few that are designed to be more sophisticated and are “totally for the elite,” Hickey writes.
The domain appDomain has been an instant hit with domain enthusiasts, with over 8,000 likes on its first day of posting.
The domain also has the third-highest traffic of any domain on the site, with nearly 1 million visits on January 31.
The site has a large number of unique users, with about 60,000 people in total, and it has a unique Alexa ranking of 3.0.