Archive | April, 2018

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My Domain Sales For Last Month Were $xx,xxx

Posted on 25 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Receiving cheap low-ball offers / The Trademark Thing / AllMonitors.com sold for $7,000… / And more!

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

My domain is now trademarked by somebody else…. – How do you handle a situation like this one where you have owned a domain asset for 8 years and then all of a sudden, someone trademarks your domain name?

Do You Outsource? – How much of your domain investing and/or developing is done in-house and how much work do you outsource? Is it worth it?

Patio.org and more – Do patios qualify as non-profit organizations? Maybe a non-profit that builds patios for families with low incomes.

Receiving cheap low-ball offers – Are you encountering cheap low-ball offers these days? There seems to be a trend of tire kickers and low-ballers these days.

AllMonitors.com sold for $7,000… – Who would have thought that AllMonitors.com would have sold for $7,000.00? Crazy domain sales reports like this just go to show that there is still money in the industry for everyone.

The Trademark Thing – Do you think that this ICO startup domain investment was a bad idea or are they ok?

My Domain Sales For Last Month Were $xx,xxx – Wow! Are you making five digits every month with your domain investments? If you’re into the revenue of the industry, this kind of monthly income could make you very happy.

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$30,000 offer out of the blue – Now what?

Posted on 23 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Forgotten domains sell for $5,000.00 2 years later / Providers.com sold for $100,000 USD / Owners of the single letter A.com / And more!

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

Buying.CO – 1 and 2 words – Be sure to double check your portfolio for a single or two word .co domain name that fits this buyer specified criteria. You might just make a sale.

A crazy time in Domain investing – Has anyone else noticed that domain asset values keep going up in the aftermarkets? The prices look more like end-user prices than reseller prices.  How on Earth are they making a profit?

ArizonaCarWash.com – Nothing like waking up to a good geo domain name in the morning with a cup of coffee. How do you feel about long three-word geo domains? Does this one have any value?

Providers.com sold for $100,000 USD – Wow! Now that’s a nice motivational six-figure domain name sales report. When is the last time you sold a six-figure domain name asset?

Forgotten domains sell for $5,000.00 2 years later – Have you ever forgot about a domain you owned for several years and then one day got a notification that it sold on in a listing you had somewhere?

Owners of the single letter A.com – Do you know who owns A.com? How can we figure out who the real owners are with privacy enabled? Are there any tips and tricks you could share?

$30,000 offer out of the blue – Now what? – If you have domainnegotiation experience, this investor could use your advice and tips. They have a deal on the table and trying to figure out how to close it.

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Less equals more when listing domain names at marketplaces

Posted on 21 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: How domain trademark disputes work / Using automated appraisals for domain tax deductions / Whois disappearing could mean trouble / And more!

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

Whop.co – I’m not really a .co ccTLD fane, but this one is a short four-letter pronounceable. Does that mean it has some value? What would you appraise it for?

Is this sort of behavior common in auctions nowadays? – Have you ever seen this type of activity in domain name auctions before? It seems odd and I can see where it can be frustrating for bidders.

ChatMessages.com – What kind of value do you think a domain like ChatMessages.com has in today’s chat related domain markets?

Using automated appraisals for domain tax deductions – Is this even possible? Does the government even recognize automated appraisal value when it comes to filing taxes?

How domain trademark disputes work – Have you ever been through a trademark dispute with one of your domain name assets? If so, share your experience with it so others can be more prepared.

Whois disappearing could mean trouble – What is your opinion when it comes to all the talk about whois information on domains being masked automatically? Will anonymity be better for you or will not knowing who the domain owner making things more difficult?

Less equals more when listing domain names at marketplaces – How do you feel about that? Do your odds of making a sale increase with more information or less information in your marketplace sales listing?

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Developing Domains vs. Selling Domains

Posted on 19 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain addiction is a disease / The Best Place To Point Your Domains / India auto market just beat out Germany to become the 4th largest, what about auto domains? / And more!

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

.Com domain containing the word DATA – Do you have a data related .com domain that fits within this investors specified criteria? Be sure to send them over to them for consideration.

Looking for LLLL.com or LLLLL.com (Budget up to $100k) – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these bad boys. This buyer is looking to invest in your best four letter .com’s a five letter .com’s.

Villass.com – “Vill” what? A play on “villas” maybe? Does a domain like this have any value with two S’s though? What are your thoughts?

India auto market just beat out Germany to become the 4th largest, what about auto domains? – Are you investing in Indian .in automotive domain assets? With this big news coming in about India’s auto market becoming the 4th largest in the world, do you think it’s time to invest?

The Best Place To Point Your Domains – Where do you redirect/point your domain assets when you list them on multiple platforms? How do you choose the best one for a redirect?

Domain addiction is a disease – Do you feel addicted to domain investing? Is it in a metaphorical sense or a psychological one?

Developing Domains vs. Selling Domains – Are you a domain developer or a domain reseller? Which one do you think is the best revenue stream? Personally, I think the best of both worlds is the right answer.

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What domain would you invest $1,500.00 in?

Posted on 17 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: That feeling you get when you find an available domain and then it’s gone / How to find end users for domain names / SOLD – MoneroGuide.com & MoneroExpert.com / And more!

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

.CA weekly drop list – If you are a .ca ccTLD investor and looking for some fresh domain drops to scoop up, this is your chance. Check out some of the freshly dropping .ca ccTLD domains this week.

Whois Contact Info Change With No 60 Day Lock! – How is that possible? What’s the loophole in avoiding the 60-day lock? Have you tried this before successfully?

BorrowerHotline.com – Umm, maybe a helpline for people that are addicted to borrowing and never returning anything? Or possibly a hotline for people that upside down in credit debt? How much would you value this domain asset at?

How to find end users for domain names – If you are a successful domain reseller, would you kindly share some of your experience and strategies with other investors regarding locating end users?

That feeling you get when you find an available domain and then it’s gone – Poof! I think we’ve all had that happen before. When was the last time you found the perfect domain, finally motivated to buy it, and then it was gone?

SOLD – MoneroGuide.com & MoneroExpert.com – Interesting set of geo domains that sold for $2,200.00 as a set. Have you seen bulk geo domain sales like this one often?

What domain would you invest $1,500.00 in? – Which of the liquid domain asset niches would you invest $1,500.00 into for the fastest and largest return on investment?

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How to sell new gTLDs to .com owners

Posted on 15 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Crypto News Domain Wanted (Short .com) / .top – The new – highest TLD with the highest number of registrations / Hyphenated net, io, xyz, for tech & fin tech niches / And more!

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

UpCig.com – I’m guessing that this domain asset would do best in the cigarette/tobacco niche? Not sure how “Up” can play in with “Cig” though. Is there any value in today’s market or such a domain?

Neologism or Keyword? – Which one is it? Basically, a neologism is a made up word, also called “brandable” in the domain industry. Do you think unique made up brandable words are more valuable to companies than generic keyword domains?

AdMonster.net – It flows off the tongue easily enough, but does it have value? The ad network niche is very saturated and hard to crack into. Would this cause the value of such a domain to be lower than others?

Crypto News Domain Wanted (Short .com) – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest. Be sure your domain name meets the buyers specified criteria.

.top – The new – highest TLD with the highest number of registrations – Are you a .top new gTLD investor? How do you feel about .top having the most registrations out of the new gTLDs? Are they mostly being used unethically or are some of the registrations actually being developed into legitimate businesses?

Hyphenated net, io, xyz, for tech & fin tech niches – Which extension is better for a higher value when using a hyphen in the domain name of a tech or fin tech domain asset?

How to sell new gTLDs to .com owners – Is this even a legitimate sales report? You be the judge. Do you have a special strategy to sell new gTLDs to die-hard .com owners, that works?

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Recognizing a quality domain name at first glance

Posted on 13 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: How to motivate yourself into getting that next sale / .US extension restrictions / All 5 numbers domains in .cc are taken / And more!

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

Who’s Selling These Names For So Little? – Wow! I would have thought those domain names could have generated a lot better return than what they did. Who is selling these domains so cheap?

How to evaluate a domain name asset – Did I just read that? What do you think about it? Personally, I don’t agree. Do you?

Floor value of pronounceable 4L nets and orgs – Do you invest in four-letter .nets and .orgs? Share your research data with other likeminded investors and compare notes.

All 5 numbers domains in .cc are taken – Looks like five number .cc ccTLD domains are locked up. That creates liquid value. Do you own any of these?

.US extension restrictions – Did you know that you had to be a resident of the U.S. in order to register/own a .us domain name unless you were a business? Are you using the business loophole to acquire them?

How to motivate yourself into getting that next sale – Do you have a motivational domain sales strategy that works? What is it? Check out what other domain investors are saying works for them.

Recognizing a quality domain name at first glance – Can you identify a quality or premium domain name asset at a glance and be ready to commit to 5 or 6 figure investment? Compare notes with other investors to help identify those quality traits.

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OutBound Domain Sales: Email Subject Line

Posted on 11 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Vacation.rentals sold for $500,300.00 / .gov Domains / BD.tv sold for $5,000! / And more!

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

Looking for a pronounceable LLLL.com – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these four-letter .com’s. This buyer is ready to invest in the ones that meet their specific criteria.

Products.tv sold for $1,000! – The .tv domain sales reports just don’t seem to stop coming, do they? I wonder if there’s a shift happening somewhere that’s increased investor interest?

Vacation.rentals sold for $500,300.00 – WOW! Now, who said the new gTLDs were trash again? That’s over a half a million dollars for a .vacation new gTLD. BAM!

.gov Domains – Did he really just ask why .gov (Government) domains can’t be registered by the general public?

BD.tv sold for $5,000! – A nice two letter .tv ccTLD sales report to get your juices flowing and motivation going. Go get some!

OutBound Domain Sales: Email Subject Line – Is there a subject line you use on your outbound domain sales emails to potential end users that work well for you? What is it? Share with others and see what they use that works.

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How To Project Domain Value To Businesses

Posted on 09 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Outbound: How to respond to “I might be interested” / After a Couple Domain Investing Missteps & Schoolboy Errors… / The craze for 4 letter .net and .org / And more!

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

Floor value of premium 1-word .cm domains – Are you investing in premium one word .cm ccTLDs? If so, please share some of your research and compare notes with other premium one-word .cm investors.

BetterFuture.com $65,000. Purch 2/21/05 $350 – Wow! A $350.00 investment flipped into a $65,000.00 sale! Now, this is something that should get every single domain investor motivated reading.

Short domain (NL or LN) needed – Be sure to check your portfolio for a number + letter or letter + number domain name asset. This buyer is looking to invest.

The craze for 4 letter .net and .org – Is there a craze? Has the market shifted yet and started building more liquid value for the four-letter .net and .org niches? When is the shift supposed to happen?

After a Couple Domain Investing Missteps & Schoolboy Errors… – If you like to follow other investors stories about their personal journey’s in domain investing, you may want to check out this investors story.

Outbound: How to respond to “I might be interested” – Do you have a rock solid rebuttal that always works when a potential buyer says that they might be interested? How do you get them to pull the buying trigger?

How To Project Domain Value To Businesses – Do you have a problem with projecting domain value to small business owners? Collaborate with other domain investors to see how they project domain value in their negotiations.

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My outbound domain sales experience

Posted on 07 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Get rich by selling domain names / Marketplace not paying after my domain was sold / Why your domains might not be selling / And more!

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

Sales listing with 3000 views but no offers – Is it common to have 3000 views on a sales listing but not have any offers or engagement at all? How many views does it take to make a sale? Is it just a numbers game, right?

Mike Mann sold betterfuture.com for $65,000 – Yet another five-digit sales by Mike Mann to get those creative and motivational juices flowing within you. Now get out there and sell some domains!

I’m buying: Two Word Science, Labs, Gene, Genome, Genomics Domains – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these niche domain assets. This buyer is ready to invest in anything you have that fits their specified criteria.

Why your domains might not be selling – I think that the first thing to keep in mind is that the domain in question has to actually be in a niche that someone wants to invest into.

Marketplace not paying after my domain was sold – Is two weeks common to wait for a marketplace to pay after selling your domain and it already being transferred? What’s your experience with situations like this one?

Get rich by selling domain names – Ok, that was funny! There’s just so many different angles being played when it comes to marketing in the domain industry and this gets rich quick approach is one of them.

My outbound domain sales experience – Have you ever had an outbound sales situation like this one? How did you respond? Did you counter their counter or just take the profit they offered and sell the domain?

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