GShop.com Sold for $11,329

Posted on 18 June 2018

Today: The pros and cons of registering upcoming event Domains / The best way to identify a domain owner with private whois / Domain broker wanted / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Seeking .io [read description of request please] – This buyer has up to $4,000.00 to spend on the perfect .io domain name assets that fit their guideline.

ChessMatch.com – Are you an avid chess player? If so, I’m sure you can see the potential for this domain name. What would you appraise the value of ChessMatch.com at?

RVTrips.com – Seems like a solid domain name asset, but does it have what it takes to generate a good return on the investment? What would value this domain at in today’s markets?

Domain broker wanted – Are you a domain broker with a solid track record? If you’re looking to score some commission, this investors needs your help.

The best way to identify a domain owner with private whois – What tips would you offer someone to identify the owner of a domain name that doesn’t want to be identified?

The pros and cons of registering upcoming event Domains – Have you ever invested in upcoming event domain name assets? Did you ever run into any issues with the domains or have a hard time reselling them?

GShop.com Sold for $11,329 – There’s nothing like a five digit domain name sales report in the morning to get your blood pumping and motivation thriving.

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Really, how to use a category killer keyword

Posted on 16 June 2018

Being a rare beast that of a domainer and also a business owner using domains, I wanted to do a series on how to leverage a killer domain in the real world. Some may remember I paid 700,000USD for Furniture.co.uk and I am working to build a valuable business on that domain and sell out for £10s of millions.

There are many different aspects I am working on and in time will record it all here to show how I achieved it by using a killer domain.  Here I talk about branding, really important to get across what you are about, why buy from you, whats your story. Continue Reading

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Looking to Buy Domain Names with keyword “CASINO”

Posted on 16 June 2018

Today: Investing in 4L – 5L – Phrases – Potential Brand / WANTED: Play on word – common phrase .com’s / Buying Gold or Silver Domain Names / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

TrainingSurvival.com – I think that if the words were switched around that it would be an excellent domain name asset. Do you think it any value backward like this?

Is it any kind of Scam or Real deal? – Do you think this is a real Japanese broker or just another scam attempt to take advantage of a domain investor?

ShoppingHard.com – What exactly is “Shopping Hard”? Speed walking while shopping, maybe? What would you appraise a domain like this one for?

Buying Gold or Silver Domain Names – Need to make a fast $300.00? If you have a gold or silver domain name asset in your portfolio this buyer wants, you can.

WANTED: Play on word – common phrase .com’s – Are there any play on word .com phrases in your domain portfolio? Check out this buyers guidelines to see if you can make a quick hundred or so bucks.

Investing in 4L – 5L – Phrases – Potential Brand – Do you have any brandable four or five letter .com domain names in your portfolio? If so, this buyer has a total budget of $2,500.00 if they meet their specified criteria.

Looking to Buy Domain Names with keyword “CASINO” – Be sure to triple check your portfolio for a casino related domain name asset. This investor haas$5,000.00 burning a hole in their pocket and ready to buy the right one.

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Tips for new domain investors: Stay away from new gTLDs at first

Posted on 14 June 2018

Today: I’m investing in 2-word aged .com domains / Domain trademarks in other countries / Floor value of .ooo domains / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying drone-related .com’s – Open up your portfolio and see if you have a .com drone-related domain name you want to sell. If your drone domain meets this buyers guideline, they may just buy it from you today.

WANTED: 420/weed-related .com’s – Are there any 420 or weed related domain names sitting in your portfolio you haven’t been able to sell? This investor would like to see what you own.

91123.com Sold for $10,000 – Yet another motivational five digit domain name sales report to get you motivated and your heart racing.

I’m investing in 2-word aged .com domains – Be sure to triple check your portfolio for one of the two-word .com domain name assets. this buyer is ready to invest if yours meets their criteria.

Domain trademarks in other countries – How would you handle a trademark issue for a domain you own and registered in a different country?

Floor value of .ooo domains – Are you a .ooo new gTLD domain name investor? What would you say that the floor blanket value of a .ooo domain is?

Tips for new domain investors: Stay away from new gTLDs at first – If you are a new domain investor you may want to check these tips out. Keep in mind that you’ll want to do all your own research.

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$25k for your LLL .com

Posted on 12 June 2018

Today: SportsBet.tv sold for $7,250! / Interesting things we learn about because of domain names / .COM Only! 1-Word beginning or ending with ‘SF’ / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

BirdsNest.com Sold for $15,252 – There is nothing like a five digit domain name sales report to get your day started off right. Check this sales report out and get motivated.

Showcase your automotive domains – Do you have any automotive related domains in your portfolio that you are proud of and want to show off in a showcase? Check out what other automotive investors are buying.

TexasSteelCompany.com – It seems like a pretty long domain name, but it’s also industry targeted. How much would you appraise this domain name for?

Interesting things we learn about because of domain names – What kind of things have learned investing in domain names that you probably would have never known otherwise?

SportsBet.tv sold for $7,250! – Another nice .tv ccTLD sales report to keep you motivated. Have you noticed a steady trend of .tv sales like this lately?

.COM Only! 1-Word beginning or ending with ‘SF’ – Be sure to double check your portfolio for a domain name starting or ending in the letters “SF”. Ths buyer is ready to pay $1,000.00 for the right one.

$25k for your LLL .com – Do you need a quick $25,000.00 in your pocket? If you have a three letter .com you want to sell, you can make $25,000.00 right now if it meets the buyer’s guideline.

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Seeking Domain Investing Mentor

Posted on 10 June 2018

Today: Is it best to alternate between Buy now and make an offer? / Trad.com Sold for $7,650 / Showcase and discuss your SATOSHI domains / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Looking for Beauty Related Domains – Do you have any beauty related domain names in your portfolio? If they meet this buyer’s specified guideline, you might be able to make a quick sale.

I’m investing in .COM Only! Silver, Gold, Coins, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Numismatic type domains – Double check that domain portfolio. This buyer has $5,000.00 burning a hole in their pocket and is ready to spend it on the right domain names that meet their criteria.

Buying aged “Performance” related .COM – Be sure to triple check that portfolio for a performance-related .com domain asset. This investor is ready to buy what you have.

Trad.com Sold for $7,650 – That’s not too bad of a pronounceable, brandable, four-letter .com domain name sales report. However, I would have expected it to pull at least a low five figures.

Showcase and discuss your SATOSHI domains – Do you invest in SATOSHI domain name assets? Share the ones you are most proud off with other SATOSHI domain investors.

Is it best to alternate between Buy now and make an offer? – What would you do? Do you stick to one or the other? Or do you alternate between the two all the time? Which one seems to sell the best?

Seeking Domain Investing Mentor – Have you been investing in domain names for a while and feel you have some knowledge to offer someone just starting out? Take a few moments to share some insight or read what others have suggested.

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Buying brandable domain names – $5k budget

Posted on 08 June 2018

Today: I’m investing in your valuable domains / ccTLDs will compete in the World Cup starting June 14th / SportLine.com Sold for $50,000 / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Amai.com (Appraisal Please) – It’s a four letter .com, so it’s already liquid in today’s markets. But, it’s also pronounceable and brandable. What kind of value boost does that give it?

Showcase your Domain Names associated with Breaking News! – Do you own any breaking news related domain name assets? Is it ethical to invest in these type of domain names or does it depend on the broadcast/event?

FactsL.com – I’m not sure what they were thinking when they registered factsL.com. Is it an abbreviation for something? How much is it really worth?

SportLine.com Sold for $50,000 – My guess is that a sports gambling start-up acquired this one for mid-five digits. A great sale that might not have happened if online gambling didn’t become a bit more legal.

ccTLDs will compete in the World Cup starting June 14th – Do you see the world cup as a ccTLD competition? Will ccTLD’s actually get better exposure in this tournament?

I’m investing in your valuable domains – Do you have any of these valuable domain name assets in your portfolio right now and want to sell one? This buyer ready to pay you for what you don’t want that meets their guideline.

Buying brandable domain names – $5k budget – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these brandable domain name assets. This investor is ready to buy what you have that fits their guideline.

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The best way to approach another investor with a domain asset

Posted on 06 June 2018

Today: Domains I registered in 2004 – What was I thinking? / I’m buying e-commerce, marketing, and media news domains / 89.tv sold for $10,000 / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying Bulk .com Brandable/Pronounceable/Keyword – Do you have any brandable, pronounceable, keyword domain names in your portfolio you want to sell quickly? This investor is ready to buy as long as they meet their guideline.

Debters.com – Is this a real word or popular slang? Either way, it seems catchy and sounds like it might have some value. How much would you evaluate Debterss.com for in today’s markets?

MonthlyMotion.com – Not too sure about this one. It seems to flow off the tongue, but does it have value? What would you appraise this domain for?

I’m buying e-commerce, marketing, and media news domains – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for an e-commerce, marketing, or media domain name that meets these buyers criteria.

89.tv sold for $10,000 – Yet another .tv ccTLD domain name sales report for five digits! .tv sales are on a roll this year!

Domains I registered in 2004 – What was I thinking? – Would you have been registering domain names like these back in 2004 or would have been grabbing the category killers still on the table?

The best way to approach another investor with a domain asset – Do you target other domain name investors or just end-users? How do you approach other investors in similar niches as you with a domain they might want?

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Richard Lau Sells Resume.com to Indeed

Posted on 06 June 2018

Richard Lau has sold Resume.com to Indeed. The announcement came via a press release from Indeed.

No information has been provided about how much Resume.com was sold for. I reached out to Richard for a comment but he wasn’t able to provide any information, likely to due to an NDA.

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Who says long domains have no value? – Check this out!

Posted on 04 June 2018

Today: WHOIS disappearing will hurt sales inquiries / First GDRP, now possible link tax and content filtering / The most cost-effective registrars to get a new .com / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

I need to buy domains every day – Do you have any domains sitting in your portfolio that you want to liquidate today? Check out this investors guideline to see if you have what they want.

Chauffer.com sold for $5,000 – There’s nothing like a great mid-five-figure domain name sales report to get your blood pumping and heart racing.

DTS.net – In today’s three-letter .net markets, what do you think the liquid floor value of DTS.net would be?

WHOIS disappearing will hurt sales inquiries – What side of the fence are you on with this topic? Will it really hurt sales inquiries or will potential buyers click the cloaked email link in whois to send a forwarded message that way?

The most cost-effective registrars to get a new .com – Which domain name registrar has the best deals for new .com registrations?  If you’re not sure, check out some of the ones mentioned here.

First GDRP, now possible link tax and content filtering – How are you being affected, as a domain investor and possibly a domain asset developer?

Who says long domains have no value? Check this out! – This 15 letter domain names nailed an easy four-figure sale. If that’s possible, then it’s just as possible for other 15+ letter domain names to do the same.

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