Archive | September, 2018

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How to buy premium domains

Posted on 30 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: One word .com needed for project / LaserSkinCare.com sold for $2,649 / Buying A Scrapbooking/Paper Crafting Domain / And more!

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

Software / tech related domains – Have some software or technology related domains you want to flip? If you need fast cash, this buyer has a budget of up to $250.00 for the right one.

Looking for Beauty, Makeup and Fashion .com  – Do you have a beauty, makeup or fashion domain name you want to liquidate for up to $400.00? If so, check out this buyers guidelines to see if you have what they need.

DnaDiagnostics.org – This seems like it might work with a non-profit organization. In today’s .org markets, do you think this domain has some value?

Buying A Scrapbooking/Paper Crafting Domain – If you have a scrapbooking/paper crafting domain name that meets this buyers criteria, they have a budget of up to $700.00 if they like it enough.

One word .com needed for project – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these one-word .com’s. This buyer has a budget of up to $1,000.00 for the right one, if you’re looking to liquidate.

LaserSkinCare.com sold for $2,649 – Not a bad three-word, thirteen-character, .com domain asset sales report. Would you have guessed LaserSkinCare.com would have sold for more or less than what it did?

How to buy premium domains – Are you an avid premium domain buyer that can offer some tips? Check out what other investors are saying.

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JW.io sold for $3,689

Posted on 28 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: What to do if you accidentally accept a deal when you meant to counter / .FO registry hacked / How to get a better .com renewal rates / And more!

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

Buying wedding .com’s – Do you have any wedding .com related domain names in your portfolio? If you’re looking to liquidate for some fast cash, check out this buyers guidelines. They have a budget of up to $500.00.

Official .mp Showcase and Discussion Thread – Are you investing into any .mp domain name assets? How is the market doing for you? Check out what other .mp investors are buying and compare notes.

Whois.ag – With all the competing whois services and how the market is shifting to more privacy, do you think Whois.ag has value in today’s markets? What would you appraise it for?

How to get a better .com renewal rates – With .com renewals being reported to go up in renewal price, how are you planning to save a bit more each year?

What to do if you accidentally accept a deal when you meant to counter – Have you ever been in this situation? Maybe you were tired, had a few drinks, or just not feeling well when you made the deal. How do you go about back-stepping and getting the buyer to renegotiate without losing the deal?

.FO registry hacked – Can someone confirm whether or not this report is true? Have you received a notification email about the .fo registry being hacked?

JW.io sold for $3,689 – Not a bad two-letter .io ccTLD sale. Would you have guessed that JW.io would have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Staying Positive Between Domain Sales

Posted on 26 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Let’s set a domain sales target for a year – Mine is $50k / PayYourBills.com sold for $5,700 / Final Thoughts and Interactions From MERGE! Conference 2018 / And more!

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

Google introduces the .page TLD – Has anyone else heard of this domain extension? Do you own any? Check out what other domain investors are saying about .page.

ZingDaily.com – It has an interesting ring to it, but is sounding cool enough to give a domain value? How much would you approve ZingDaily.com for?

Flull.com – It’s only five-letters, is pronounceable, and brandable. Do you think that gives the domain enough leverage to create value? How much is Flull.com worth in today’s markets?

Final Thoughts and Interactions From MERGE! Conference 2018 – Did you attend MERGE!? If you missed it or just want to see some flash-backs, this attendee has a collection of photos and video.

PayYourBills.com sold for $5,700 – Not a bad three-word, twelve-letter, .com sales report. It’s leading call-to-action as well. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than it did?

Let’s set a domain sales target for a year – Mine is $50k – What is your target to hit within the next 12 months? Compare notes with other domain investors that have similar or higher targets.

Staying Positive Between Domain Sales – Have you found yourself in a slump after a great domain sale that seems to never end? How did you stay positive and push forward? Check out what other domain investors do to help remove emotional triggers.

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Developers are getting into domain investing

Posted on 24 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Strategy for selling a .com to a company with the .io version / NewConstructs.com sold for $4,900 / The showcasing domains on instagram strategy / And more!

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

.com Web Design Related Domain Name Needed – Do you have a web design related .com in your portfolio? This investor has up to $250.00 for the right one that meets their guideline. Go get you a quick flip, if you need the money.

Buying 2-Word Domains With Keyword “Mind” – Be sure to check your portfolio for a two-word .com that has the word “Mind” in it. This buyer has a budget of up to $100.00 for the right one if you want to liquidate for fast cash.

Mike Mann Selling Strategies – Who has the inside scoop on Mike Mann’s domain investing and resale strategies? Some people think they know. Do you think they are right? How do you think he does it?

The showcasing domains on instagram strategy – Have you ever used instagram or other social media communities for outbound campaigning your domain name assets? Was it worth it? Check out what other people are saying!

Developers are getting into domain investing – There seems to be an increase lately of developers getting more involved in domain investing as they build out some of the assets for consistent revenue ventures. It sure is nice to see more focused on developing domain assets.

Strategy for selling a .com to a company with the .io version – Have you ever pitched a .io owner with the ,com version? How did it go? Check out what other people are suggesting.

NewConstructs.com sold for $4,900 – That’s not a bad two-word .com sales report. How often do you see domains with the word “New” in them selling? Do you think this domain should have sold for more or less than what it did?

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Domaining = Low Barrier to Entry?

Posted on 24 September 2018 by Andrei

Well, kind of… but not really 🙂

Technically, sure, anyone can hand register a domain using a $0.99 GoDaddy coupon with the intention of selling it for more. Or spend $100 on 12 dropped domains and bam… you now have a mini-portfolio.

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Do you know how many domains are .com in Alexa’s top 1 million websites? This many…

Posted on 22 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Country, Search Volume, or Back-links? / Hospitalist.com sold for $5,877 / Long EMD 3+ word markets / And more!

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

Looking for two, three word domain and 5 to 8 character madeup names – Are you looking to liquidate some of your five to eight character brandable domains for up to $10.00 each? If you need fast cash, check out this buyers guidelines.

BlogVisit.com – Maybe a blog analytics plugin? What would something like that be worth in today’s markets?

Shoepa.com – It’s pronounceable, but is it brandable? Do you think that this domain has demand? What would you appraise this domain name asset for?

Long EMD 3+ word markets – Are you still investing in long three plus word exact match domain names? How are they doing in today’s markets? Check out what other investors are saying they are experiencing.

Country, Search Volume, or Back-links? – Which one holds the most value in your domain investment decision strategy? Do you just focus on one or do you use all three?

Hospitalist.com sold for $5,877 – Not a bad sale for a dictionary word and medical term (a dedicated in-patient physician who works exclusively in a hospital). Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Do you know how many domains are .com in Alexa’s top 1 million websites? This many… – Are you an Alexa fan or interested to know how many .com domains are even included in the the top 1 million websites list? Check it out!

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How To Manage Your Domain Portfolio

Posted on 20 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Outbound domain sales process for beginners / Shop.io sold for $15,620 / Register .online domains for only $1.99 / And more!

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

The factors that decide 4-letter .com value – Which factors do you look at when determining how much a four-letter .com is worth? Check out what other investors use to gauge value.

QOGK.com – Speaking of four-letter .com’s, how do you think this four-letter .com will do in evaluations? It has liquid value, but how much? What would you appraise it for?

DownloadAppsForAndroid.com – Ok, this one is pretty long (22-characters / 4-words). Do domain names this long still have some value or are those day’s numbered? What do you think the value of a 22-character domain like this should be?

Register .online domains for only $1.99 – What? A $1.99 .online? Us anyone investing in this extension that could benefit from the promotion?

Shop.io sold for $15,620 – That’s not a bad five digit domain sales report for a four-letter dictionary-word .io ccTLD. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than $15,620.00?

Outbound domain sales process for beginners – Are you struggling with outbound domain name sales? Check out these outbound sales tips that could help your with your own strategy. If you master it already, share some tips of your own.

How To Manage Your Domain Portfolio – We all love having a nice looking domain portfolio, but how do you manage the portfolio, itself? Check out what other domain portfolio holders do and share your strategy.

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60 day lock – Deal breaker for resellers or end users?

Posted on 18 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: ePostBox.com sold for $8,773 / Investing in CVCV .com domain / The low-down on first name domain names / And more!

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

RoboLifestyles.com – I’m not sure what such a lifestyle would entail, but it sure sounds like it could be legitimate. How much do you think this domain is worth in today’s markets?

.coms of India words or places needed – Do you have some India related word .com’s on your portfolio you want to liquidate? This buyer has a budget of up to $100.00 for one they like and meets their guideline.

Fantingo.com – That’s an interesting sounding brandable. It rolls off the tongue smooth and has a nice ring to it. What do you think it could be appraised for?

Investing in CVCV .com domain – Be sure to check your portfolio for a CVCV .com. This buyer has a budget of up to $1,500.00 for the right one that meets their guidelines.

The low-down on first name domain names – Are you investing in “First Name” domain names? How have the markets been for you? Check out what others are saying and compare notes.

ePostBox.com sold for $8,773 – Now that is an interesting brandable domain sales report. Would you have thought ePostBox.ccom would have sold for more or less than what it did?

60-day lock – Deal breaker for resellers or end users? – Do you think the 60-day lock affects the reseller looking to acquire it from you or an end user? Have your sales been affected much by the 60-day lock?

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Just How Small Is The Domain Reseller Market?

Posted on 17 September 2018 by Andrei

At the end of the day, numbers talk. Sales volume numbers, to be more precise. For example, the fact that in August, NameJet only had 69 $2k+ sales (a grand total of just $339,000) speaks for itself. And yes, I know August is a slow month but still…. three hundred thousand dollars. That’s it.

Just let that number sink in, please.

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WYRA.com sold for $6,100

Posted on 16 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Sales for .中国 domains? or is it dead? / Domain Marketing / The best hand registered domain / And more!

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

DesktopFiles.com – This is an interesting domain name. Though, desktops are becoming dinosaur technology with all the portable/mobile options these days. What do you think it’s worth in today’s markets?

Spillable.com – It’s brandable, I suppose. More generic than anything. What do you think this domain could sell for in the perfect situation?

cDolphin.com – Is there any added value t have a single letter before a word like cDolphin.com? Where would you place this domain in value for the niche it targets?

The best hand registered domain – What’s the best hand registered domain name you ever registered and still proud of today? Check out what others own or used to own.

Domain Marketing – Are you new to marketing domains or a veteran with lots of experience? Contribute to this discussion to help others and learn more.

Sales for .中国 domains? or is it dead? – Are you investing in .中国 domains? If so, can you share some statistics? What kind of sales have you made so far? Check out what others are saying!

WYRA.com sold for $6,100 – Not a bad four-letter .com sales report. Ir just goes to show that even random letters are doing good in the liquid markets.

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