Buying 1 and 2 word .com’s with 50,000 + monthly search volume

Posted on 23 May 2018

Today: How To Evaluate Premium Domain Names / he best way to appraise city + state domain name assets / How GDRP will affect outbound domain sales / And more!

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

Showcase and discuss your BLOCKSHINE domain names – Do you have any BlockShine domain names? Is this even a real trend or just some hype to create traction?

Just sold the domain “Kat.tel” to kattel – Nothing like a $2,576.00 new gTLD sale to start your day off right. Who would have thought that a .tel would clear four figures?

LawLeader.com sold for $19,888 – What? Did “Law Leader” actually sell for $19,888.00? I would have never guessed the value to be that high.

How GDRP will affect outbound domain sales – Are you concerned that your outbound domain name sales strategy will be affected by GDPR on the 25th?

The best way to appraise city + state domain name assets – Are you a domain investor that likes city + state domains? What strategies do you use to asses the value? Share your strategy with other like-minded investors and compare notes.

How To Evaluate Premium Domain Names – How do you evaluate potential premium domain name assets? Do you have a foolproof formula that knocks it out of the park each time?

Buying 1 and 2 words .com’s with 50,000 + monthly search volume – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these one or two word .com’s with at least 50,000 in monthly organic search traffic. This buyer is ready to invest up to $3,000.00.

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It only takes one domain to make a million bucks

Posted on 21 May 2018

Today: I’m looking for a Pronounceable 4L .com / Emphasizing subdomain possibilities in your pitch / HelloFood.com sold for $2,322 / And more!

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

Showcase and discuss Cold Storage domains – Do you have any cold storage domains in your portfolio you want to show off? Check out what other investors are buying.

Need Dictionary .org or .net – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these directory.org or .net domain names. This buyer is ready to invest.

Buying the .app domain of an existing business? – This sounds a bit like premeditated squatting, which could result in legal headaches. What do you think?

I’m looking for a Pronounceable 4L .com – Do you own one of these pronounceable four letter .com domains and looking to sell? Check out this buyer’s specified guidelines.

HelloFood.com sold for $2,322 – I wouldn’t have thought this domain would have made it passed three digits, but someone else sure did. Nice sale!

Emphasizing subdomain possibilities in your pitch – Have you ever emphasized the subdomain possibilities to potential buyers to help close a deal or establish value? How did that work out for you?

It only takes one domain to make a million bucks – do you have the next million dollar domain name? You might have it and just haven’t realized it yet.

 

 

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The Entitlement of a Dying* Industry

Posted on 21 May 2018

In the eyes of most domainers, a blogger needs to be someone willing to work for peanuts (or preferably $0), who doesn’t care if he’s respected or not and on the contrary, shows gratitude for the privilege of being publicly ridiculed by his peers whenever he screws up. In other words, the ideal domain blogger is a masochist.

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Buying one word .com / .io / and 2 words .com

Posted on 19 May 2018

Today: NMD.COM just sold for $15000 / Spotted this .TV on SANTA MONICA BLVD in LA / Appraisal For OneLinkBooking.com / And more!

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

Showcase your Missed domain of the day – Did you research all day long, compile a list, and finally go to pull the trigger on some just to find out that they are no longer available? Share the gem that slipped through your fingers.

Legal letter received stating wrongful acquisition – Has this ever happened to anyone you know? How did they handle it? If you have any experience with this type situation, feel free to take a few minutes and provide some advice.

At401k.com Evaluation – Ok, I get the “401k” part, but what does the “AT” stand for? Was this a bad investment or a hidden gem?

NMD.COM just sold for $15000 – Wow! Did a three letter .com just sell for only $15,000.00? No way! Is this for real?

Spotted this .TV on SANTA MONICA BLVD in LA – It’s nice to .tv still running strong and being used in traditional advertising. Has anyone else seen a .tv in the wild?

Appraisal For OneLinkBooking.com – I’m not really liking this domain name. I suppose it might work for a brand. What do you think?

Buying one word .com / .io / and 2 words .com – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these bad boys. This buyer has a $3,000.00 budget for the perfect match to their criteria. Check it out.

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The fastest domain flips from acquisition to resale

Posted on 17 May 2018

Today: Selling domains without a bank account / When your domain name is also a slogan / Senate Barely Passes Resolution to Restore Net Neutrality / And more!

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

LivingOnLight.com sold for $15,000 – Yet another motivating five digit domain name sale to get your heart racing and blood pumping.

Buying Social Media Domain (Length 4 – 9 characters) – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest in social media domains. Check out their guidelines to see if you have what they want.

How a domain registrar can hurt your business – Have you ever experienced anything like this before with a domain registrar? How would you have handled the situation?

Selling domains without a bank account – Have you ever sold a domain name without having a bank account attached to any online payment processors before? How did you do it?

When your domain name is also a slogan – Have you ever registered slogan domain names? Please share some of your research and showcase the slogan domain you own.

Senate Barely Passes Resolution to Restore Net Neutrality – As a domain investor, are you following this whole net neutrality thing going on? How will it affect you and your domain investing?

The fastest domain flips from acquisition to resale – How fast have you ever flipped a domain name from the time of registration or acquisition? Check out some of the fast reselling other have done.

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The best way to flip (Resell) .app domains

Posted on 15 May 2018

Today: About the popularity of NNNNNN domains / When both nTLD and .com are available / Wisdom.ai sold for $10,100 / And more!

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

The best target ROI (Return on investment) when flipping a domain – Everyone seems to have some type of goal set when it comes to the best return on their investments. What would you say the best return should be?

Vandini.com sold £2500 – A great return on investment with this four-digit domain name sales report. Time to roll your sleeves up and get motivated.

Share your 3 new gTLDs with highest automated appraisal! – Which three new gTLD domains do you own with the highest automated appraisal?

Wisdom.ai sold for $10,100 – Yet another five-digit .ai ccTLD domain name sales report to help get all of you .ai domain investors motivated.

When both nTLD and .com are available – Do you go for the .com, the new gTLD, or both the .com and the new gTLD? Or do you pass on them both since nobody seems to be interested at all?

About the popularity of NNNNNN domains – Has anyone else noticed that six number .coms are selling like hot cakes for more than they used to?

The best way to flip (Resell) .app domains – Have ou resold any .app new gTLD domain names yet? If so, how did you accomplish it? Share notes with other .app resellers and compare their strategies with yours.

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.biz single keyword domains

Posted on 13 May 2018

Today: Meetup in Calgary May 17 and 18 / Showcase your .in and .co.in domain names and confirmed sales / DERP.com sold for $13,915 / And more!

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

Looking for a .com cvcc or ccvc or vccv 180$ max – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these cvcc, ccvc, or vccv domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest.

Discuss and Showcase for.NETWORK domains – Are you investing in .network domains? Share your research with other like-minded investors and compare notes.

Showcase your Decentralized Exchange (DEX) domains.. – Do you have any Decentralized Exchange (DEX) domain names in your portfolio you want to brag about?

Meetup in Calgary May 17 and 18 – Are you going to be in the Calgary area on May 17th/18th and like talking with other likeminded domain investors? Check this out!

DERP.com sold for $13,915 – Wow! Talk about a nice four letter .com sale at five figures. That’s the motivation we all look for.

Showcase your .in and .co.in domain names and confirmed sales – Do you have some .in or .co.in domains you want to brag about? What about a sale you made with those extensions?

.biz single keyword domains – Do you have any single keyword .biz gTLD domains in your portfolio? Feel free to share/showcase them with other .biz domain investors.

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How to gauge the potential value of different extensions

Posted on 11 May 2018

Today: How I sold 4 domains that I consider to drop / Wanted: Quick flipping .apps / Tools For Troubleshooting Of DNS / And more!

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

Looking for 5L.com – Only pronounceable Brandables – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these five-letter pronounceable brandables. This investor is looking to buy.

Mike Mann sold FloridaTitle.com for $30,000 – It’s always motivational to see another five-digit domain name sales report like this one.

Appraisal needed.. Gigantism.net – Do you think that Gigantism.net has much value in today’s markets?

How I sold 4 domains that I consider to drop – If you like inspirational domain name stories, this one might interest you too. Check out how they sold four domains that they were about to drop.

Quick flipping .apps – Are you quick flipping .apps domain names or are you holding them long term?

Tools For Troubleshooting Of DNS – Do you have a favorite tool to troubleshoot DNS (Domain Name Servers)? Share the tool you use and see what others are using too.

How to gauge the potential value of different extensions – We all know there is a complex way to appraise a domain name, but what about the extension itself? Share your ideas on how to do it and see what others do too.

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Looking for 1-word domains Less than 7 Characters

Posted on 09 May 2018

Today: Wanted: One word .com or .net / Parking Domains Lead to Google Blocks / Appraise CurrencyRack.com / And more!

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

Google Says .app Domain Helps Apps Get Discovered – How accurate is this? Do you think that it’s true? Maybe the .app extension is favored because the search engine owns it?

MomsClubhouse.com – If you had to put a value on MomsClubhouse.com, what would you appraise it for?

Parking Domains Lead to Google Blocks – Have you ever experienced one of your parked domains being blocked Google simply because you parked it?

Casino.cf – We see single word “Casino” domains selling in various extensions for $500 to $1k+ all the time. Does this .cf ccTLD have any value?

Appraise CurrencyRack.com – It sounds catchy enough, but is it worth anything? What would you appraise this domain asset for?

Wanted: One word .com or .net – Do you have anyone word .coms or .nets in your domain portfolio? Check out this buyer specified buying criteria to see if yours qualify.

Looking for 1-word domains Less than 7 Characters – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of the single word domain assets under seven characters. This buyer is ready to invest.

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How I sold a single domain twice to the same company

Posted on 07 May 2018

Today: 4L com pricing is going crazy / Problems Registering Emoji domains / The Term “Bank” in a Domain Name / And more!

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

How to look for two words .com non-registered domain names – Are you investing into two word .com domain names? Does the method described here hold any water or is it just hype? How do you find the gold in two word .coms?

The best person to contact within *larger* companies – Just about every company has what salesmen call a gatekeeper. This is the person you have to get passed to talk with the decision maker. But, how do you bypass the gatekeeper? And who is the decision maker for a domain investment?

.co.uk drop procedure – Are there any .co.uk investors that grab them on the drop? If so, what exactly is the drop proceedure for a .co.uk? Is it different than .us or other ccTLDs?

The Term “Bank” in a Domain Name – If you are not a licensed and insured financial institution, can you get into trouble owning a domain asset with the word “bank” in it?

4L com pricing is going crazy – Are you seeing the same thing with the amount of money some four letter .com’s are selling for tthat most people normally wouldn’t spend a fraction of the amount on?

Problems Registering Emoji domains  – Has anyone else ran into similar issues registering emoji (IDN) domain names before? Seems like an odd situation.

How I sold a single domain twice to the same company – Very interesting story. Have you ever sold the same domain to the same company two times? I bet it’s not as easy as they made it look.

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