Fast.ly sold for $5,149

Posted on 13 August 2018

Today: Looking to buy Quality domain names / How to check whois for .PE domains / Instant Cash – Buying quality .com domains! / And more!

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

UnsolvedMysteries.net – This sounds like an interesting domain name asset. I remember seeing a TV show that used this name too. What do you think this domain is worth in today’s market?

If you know you can’t pay on time- Don’t Bid – I think this is a no-brainer that everyone should already fully understand. Why in the world would someone bid if they didn’t have the funds available?

FastBargains.co.uk – Are you familiar with the .co.uk ccSLD markets? What in the world is this domain name worth to a U.K. buyer? Does it have any value?

Instant Cash – Buying quality .com domains! – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these .com’s to make a fast sale for up to $15,000.00. Check out the investors guidline to see if you have what they need.

Looking to buy Quality domain names – If you have domains in your portfolio that meet this buyers specified criteria, you could make up to $1,000.00 quickly.

How to check whois for .PE domains – Are you investing in .pe ccTLDs? How do you locate your own whois information? Can this also be used to find other .pe whois information?

Fast.ly sold for $5,149 – Not a bad .ly ccTLD hack domain sales report. Would you have guessed Fast.ly would have sold for more or less than $5,149.00?

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The highest outbound domain sales ever made

Posted on 11 August 2018

Today: The value off pronounceable 5L.com’s / Asking a client if they are interested in alternative domains / API.net sold for $13,749 / And more!

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

I’ll pay up to 4% of GoDaddy Appraisal – Do you have any domains in your portfolio that you want to liquidate fast? This buyer is paying up to 4% (Max budget $2,500.00) of what Godaddy appraises it for.

Making Advertising Income Without Parking – What methods of monetizing do you use other than parking for your domains that works? Check out what others do for revenue.

LearnAnimatronics.com – This is an interesting career educational domain in the animatronics niche. How much do you think this domain is worth in today’s market?

API.net sold for $13,749 – This is not a bad domain name sales report. $13.749.00 can buy a lot of cups of coffee. How much do you think API.net should have sold for?

The value off pronounceable 5L.com’s – Share your research on pronounceable five-letter .com’s with other like-minded investors. Compare notes to see if there may be something you missed.

Asking a client if they are interested in alternative domains – Have you ever approached a buyer that already developed a domain you sold them to pitch another domain? How did it go?

The highest outbound domain sales ever made – What is the highest you have ever sold a domain name asset for using outbound sales tactics? Check out what others sold theirs for?

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SolutionsGroup.com sold for $5,000

Posted on 09 August 2018

Today: Coupon – Value in names with number for letter prefix-suffix / The number of domains to own your first year of investing / Who’s working on a cool domain development project? / And more!

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

Buying LLLL .coms published on BB / BP – Be sure to check your portfolio for a four letter .com within the buyers guidelines. This investor has a budget of up to $750.00 each and a total budget of $4,000.00.

Registrant legal responsibility under domain lease – Do you think the responsibility should fall on the registrant owner of the domain or on the lease/renter of the domain that violated a law?

Investing into a Crypto News domain – Do you have a crypto news related domain in your portfolio? If so, this buyer is ready to hand over up to $50.00 for a quick sale if it meets their criteria.

Who’s working on a cool domain development project? – Check out some of the projects other domain investors are expanding on and share your new project.

The number of domains to own your first year of investing – How many domain names did you own when you first started? Is there a minimum or maximum limit new investors should stay within? Check out what others are saying and compare notes.

Value in names with number for letter prefix-suffix – Do you invest in domains that substitute a letter with a number? For example: “His” = “Hi5”. What are your thoughts on this niche?

SolutionsGroup.com sold for $5,000 – That’s a nice long two word brandable domain name. Do you think $5,000.00 was on the low or high end of what that domain sold for?

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The world of brandables and how to invest in them

Posted on 07 August 2018

Today: Coupon – .BLOG Domain $1.00 only! / AutoLife.com sold for $5,647 / .technology / And more!

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

Buying product and service names. Submit as many as possible – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these product or service domains. If you need fast cash, this buyer is paying up to $100.00 each for the right ones.

If you’re given 100 free .com in 1 day to register, what kind of domains would you register and why? – Share what niche you would grab 100 free .com domain names in. Compare what others suggested the best investments would be.

UglyGolf.com Aged Domain Name (19 Years) – “Ugly Golf” is an interesting concept, though, I’m not sure there is a market for it. How much would you appraise UglyGolf.com for?

Coupon – .BLOG Domain $1.00 only! – If you’re thinking about investing into .blog new gTLDs, then this $1.00 promotion might come in handy.

AutoLife.com sold for $5,647 – Not a bad domain name sale report for a mid-four figures. Would you have guessed that AutoLife.com would have sold for $5,647.00?

.technology – Do you own any .technology domain names? Share your market research with other like-minded .technology investors and compare notes.

The world of brandables and how to invest in them – Are you investing in brandable domain name assets? Are you following these simple investing tips? Are the best brandable domain names isolated to .com?

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Book Launch Discount ($0.99) And Contest (Prizes: 1 Bitcoin, 10x $100, $100 Amazon Credit, Etc.)

Posted on 06 August 2018

Hey guys, this is Andrei! Loooooooooong time no see 🙂

As some of you remember, I’m an economist “by trade” and run the fairly popular One Minute Economics YouTube channel (almost 27,000 subscribers at the moment of writing). I genuinely believe it’s time to prepare for the next financial crisis properly by reading The Age of Anomaly (my new book) and while you’re at it, why not win some awesome prizes?

First and foremost, I’m practically giving The Age of Anomaly away by only charging $0.99(not a typo) as of the 6th of August (Monday) and until the 12th of August (Sunday). Yep, people will basically be able to buy a 400-page book I’ve invested blood, sweat, tears and sanity in for less than a buck! 🙂

The book basically helps people prepare for as well as deal with financial calamitiesand represents a must-read for everyone who’s concerned about the future. I’ve taken things one step at a time, from case studies which help you understand the financial disasters of yesterday to tips for today and, of course, information meant to help you become more resilient in general. A no-bs approach to economic preparedness, that’s how I’d describe my new baby in just one sentence!

The book is being sold on 4 platforms:

Amazon

Barnes&Noble

iBooks

Kobo

Moving on to the contest, I have one goal and one goal only: spreading the word about The Age of Anomaly. Therefore, I will reward people who help me do that with chances at winning some truly awesome prizes (before continuing, it’s important to mention that I respect people’s privacy and encourage everyone to read my privacy policy):

The first prize is, believe it or not, ONE BITCOIN from our friends at Trezor!

The second prize, once again from Trezor, is 1 ETH + 1 LTC!

Next, the same awesome people from Trezor are offering 5 first generation hardware wallets and 3 of their new Model T hardware wallets!

Aside from that, I’ll be offering TEN prizes of $100 each (paid via Bitcoin or PayPal) myself!

Our other friends, this time from GlowHost, will be offering 15 domain + hosting packagesor in other words, a free Dot Com domain as well as free hosting for unlimited domains!

The same amazing people from GlowHost will be sponsoring the contest with 50 hosting packages, once again for unlimited domains!

The great folks over at MoneyTips.com will be offering a $100 Amazon gift card to a lucky winner!

Finally, I’ll be offering 5 video or audio consulting sessions (via Skype, Google Hangouts or platforms like Zoom) as well as 25 email consulting sessions (you ask me a question, I’ll provide a very detailed answer and do my best to help)!

How to take part in the contest, you might ask? Well, there are 3 possibilities and in each case, I’ll reward you with chances at winning (once chance at winning = your email address written on a piece of paper and included in the final drawing):

1) Of course, buy the book. I’ll reward people with 3 chances at winning for buying on Amazon, 3 chances at winning for buying on Barnes&Noble, 3 chances for buying on iBooks and 3 chances for buying on Kobo

2) Convince someone to buy the book, you’ll receive 3 chances at winning and, of course, the person who buys it receives 3 chances him or herself. For example, if John tells Rachel about the book and Rachel says “I found out about it from john@johnsemail.com” when contacting me to claim her 3 chances, John will receive 3 chances as well for telling her about the book. The only rule is that BOTH people need to have bought the book because otherwise, there’s a significant incentive to game the system by creating fake email accounts and claiming those 3 chances

3) Other than that, all the other options of receiving additional chances involve telling others about the book, either through your personal social media accounts on platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn or through your platform if you have a YouTube account, podcast, website or blog:

A) If you tell others about the book on Facebook, you will receive 1 chance at winning if you have less than 100 friends (the BRONZE level), 2 chances if you have 100-500 friends (the SILVER level), 3 chances if you have between 500 and 1,000 friends (the GOLD level), 4 chances if you have between 1,000 and 5,000 friends (PLATINUM level) and, finally, 5 chances if you have over 5,000 friends/followers (the DIAMOND level). The same way, on Twitter, you can receive anything from 1 chance at winning if you have less than 100 followers to 5 chances if you have over 5,000 and that’s how things will work on LinkedInas well, from 1 chance if you have less than 100 contacts to 5 chances if you have over 5,000. If you’re active on other social media platforms aside from these three, let me know and in each case, you’ll receive 1 chance at winning

B) If you tell others about The Age of Anomaly on YouTube, through your podcast or via your website/blog, you’ll receive two times more chances at winning! When promoting on YouTube, you’ll receive 2 chances if you have less than 100 subscribers (BRONZE), 4 chances if you have 100-500 subscribers (SILVER), 6 chances if you have 500-1,000 subscribers (GOLD), 8 chances if you have 1,000-5,000 subscribers (PLATINUM) or 10 if you have over 5,000 subscribers. The same way, by telling others about the book on your podcast, you’ll receive between 2 chances at winning if you reach less than 100 people and 10 chances if you reach over 5,000 individuals. Finally, by spreading the word through your website or blog, you’ll receive anything from 1 chance at winning if you have less than 100 monthly unique visitors to 10 chances if you have more than 5,000 (unique visits, not views!)

That being stated, let’s see what you have to do to participate:

1) Send an email to contest@oneminuteeconomics.com and if you’d like to, you can also send a carbon copy (cc) to contest@theageofanomaly.com (optional). The two email addresses are on completely different servers, so the likelihood of me receiving the email is practically 100% if you send to both. But even if you only send to contest@oneminuteeconomics.com, I’m 99.9% certain I’ll receive it, I promise that my spam filters are very loose 🙂

2) In the email title, do your best to be descriptive, it will help a lot when I go through all submissions. If you aren’t, don’t worry, I won’t disqualify you. But still, please try to help by for example having a title such as “Bought on iBooks” if you purchased the book on iBooks or “Promoted on Facebook, SILVER level” if you promoted on Facebook and have between 100 and 500 friends

3) As far as the actual message is concerned, please explain what you did and prove that you did it. A screenshot if you bought the book, a link if you promoted on social media or a screenshot if your social media profile is private, use your best judgement

I don’t want to finish without making 3 very important rules clear so as to ensure people don’t game the system:

Rule 1) Your account needs to be ESTABLISHED and LEGITIMATE. It has to be at the very least 3 months old and if there’s anything fishy about it, I reserve the right to disqualify you

Rule 2) You give me the right to make judgement calls. For example, if you have 9,000 followers on Twitter but there isn’t much engagement, I might decide not to give you DIAMOND-level benefits and instead, only give you let’s say BRONZE or SILVER-level ones

Rule 3) Not really a rule, just wanted to let you know that I’ll do my best to pick the winners as soon as possible next week but since there will probably be a lot of listings to go through, so I can’t make any promises, especially since I’ll most likely be quite tired after the launch week

That’s pretty much it, good luck and most importantly, I genuinely hope you’ll put the tips I provide in The Age of Anomaly to good use because make no mistake, the stakes are ridiculously high!

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IDC.cc Sold for $3,500

Posted on 05 August 2018

Today: Google on Ranking Power of Keyword Domains / How much you can make with domain investing / Buying two word coin, token, crypto names .com only / And more!

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

Accept offer or hold? Verifies.com – Verifies.com sold for $11,000.00 a few years ago. Do you think they should sell it in today’s market for $4,300 or reject the offer and hold out for more? What is Verifies.com worth today?

Vasectome.com – This one is a typo of the word “Vasectomy”. Do typo .com domains have value in today’s markets? How much would this one be worth?

CondoLite.com – I’m not sure the two words work very well together. What do you think the value of this domain could be appraised for?

Buying two word coin, token, crypto names .com only – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these coin, crypto, token .com domain names. This buyer has a budget up to $50.00 if you want a quick sale.

How much you can make with domain investing – This is a controversial subject with lots of different opinions. How much do you think you can make investing in domain names? Check out what others said.

Google on Ranking Power of Keyword Domains – Are you investing into keyword domain names with thee thought of developing some of them? This is an interesting article if you’re wanting to list on the first page of Google.

IDC.cc sold for $3,500 – Has anyone else sold a .cc for four figures? This three letter .cc ccTLD sales report sure is motivating for those that haven’t or looking to do it again.

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Consistent 5 figure sales every month

Posted on 03 August 2018

Today: Positive replies from my outbound domain inquiry / Vegas.co sold for $18,500 / What’s the best one word .com you can sell for $100k? / And more!

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

ResidentialCentral.com – The two words play fun together, but is that enough to give it some value? What do you think ResidentialCentral.com is worth?

ApplyForJobOnline.com – It seems pretty long to me. Not a deal breaker, but the way it’s worded doesn’t seem to pop. How much do you think it’s worth in today’s market?

Bucks.exchange – Playful, but does this new gTLD combination have what it takes to be come a big brand? What would you appraise it for?

What’s the best one word .com you can sell for $100k? – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain names. This buyer has up to $500,000.00 to spend on five different domains for $100,000.00 each if they meet their specified criteria.

Vegas.co sold for $18,500 – Not a bad low five digit domain sales report. Would you have guessed thee .co version of Vegas was worth that amount?

Positive replies from my outbound domain inquiry – Has anyone else had a reply from an outbound inquiry go like this one did? What kind of outcome do you think the seller can expect?

Consistent 5 figure sales every month – How many domain investors do you know making five-figure sales every single month consistently? How big are their portfolios?

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Hiring a broker to buy you a domain

Posted on 01 August 2018

Today: Buying Single Word ngTLD Domains (E.g., word.whatever) / GESO.com sold for $5,100 / Bed.tv Sold For $2,500 / And more!

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

The best bulk pack of names you can sell for $100 – Do you have a lot of domains in your portfolio you want to liquidate for $100? Check out this buyers criteria to see if you can make some quick cash.

Jamie.com – Check out what I saw over in the top domains section today. What do you think?

Wordscaper.com – This one is interesting. It rolls off the tongue easily and has target market potential. What do you think wordscraper.com should be appraised for?

Buying Single Word ngTLD Domains (E.g., word.whatever) – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these domains. This buyer has up to a $50.00 budget for a quick sale if the domain meets their criteria.

Bed.tv Sold For $2,500 – Wow! Another .tv ccTLD sales report for an easy four digits. .tv seems to be pumping away week after week and holding their value.

GESO.com sold for $5,100 – There’s nothing like a mid-five digit pronounceable four letter .com sales report to get you motivated in the morning with your coffee.

Hiring a broker to buy you a domain – Have you ever hired a broker to seek out and negotiate for a domain you wanted? What was your experience like? Did it make it hard to get a good deal because the seller knew that if a broker was involved, that the buyer probably has a bigger budget?

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When And How To Outbound Pitch A Big Company

Posted on 30 July 2018

Today: 6397.com sold for $25,522 / Trademark Question About Generic Keywords / Register a .biz domain for ONLY $0.99 / And more!

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

Buying Brandable & Pronounceable 4L.coms – Do you have any four letter .com domain assets in your portfolio? If one of them meets this buyers criteria, they could make a quick $3,000.00.

FlashGame.Org – I’m not sure a flash game has much leverage in a non-profit .org market. Unless, of course, the flash games were free and educational. Donated to schools and online learning programs at no charge. What do you think the domain is worth?

GetShipped.com – Generic, but it sure sounds direct and to the point of what the service does. It get’s your stuff shipped. How much do you think such a targeted domain asset could be worth?

6397.com sold for $25,522 – Wow! A very nice five digit ($25,522.00) sales report for a four number .com. Simply awesome! Do you think it should have sold for more?

Register a .biz domain for ONLY $0.99 – If you’re a .biz investor or looking for to get started in .biz, a $0.99 registration offer is ideal.

Trademark Question About Generic Keywords – What are your thoughts on the use of generic keywords and trademarks using them? There are several mixed opinions. What side of the fence do you land on?

When And How To Outbound Pitch A Big Company – Do you use this method and strategy to decide when a good time to outbound sell a domain directly to a big company?

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PhotoBooths.com sold for $21,527

Posted on 28 July 2018

Today: I’m buying advertising-related domains / .associates not working for business / Are You Pricing Yourself Out of the Market? / And more!

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

Buying small revenue websites – Do you have any revenue generating websites you no longer have time to develop further you want to sell? This buyer is looking is looking to spend up to $500.00 for a decent one. Check out their criteria.

1st.mobi – I’m not sure at all on this one. What about you? How much do you think 1st.mobi could be appraised for?

$75 USD Logo Contest – Do you have some design skills and need an extra $75.00 in your pocket? Check out this logo design contest and see if you can win.

I’m buying advertising-related domains – Be sure to check your portfolio for an advertising related domain that meets this buyers guidelines. They have up to $150.00 to spend for the perfect one.

Are You Pricing Yourself Out of the Market? – Have you ever sat down and thought about how you’re pricing your domain names? Are you running all the real buyers away or is there really a bigger buyer out there worth the wait?

.associates not working for business – Has anyone else run into these kinds of problems with the .associates new gTLD? How did you overcome this obstacle?

PhotoBooths.com sold for $21,527 – Not a bad sale at all. Are photo booths still a thing? Either way, $21,527.00 is a great sales report!

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