BookZz.org sold for $12,002

Posted on 30 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Starting a company using a .com, but somebody is already using the .in version / Forbes Magazine: Domain Name Do’s and Don’ts / Showcase and Discuss Turbine domains / And more!

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

Buying Digital Marketing Agency Names – Be sure to double check your portfolio for a digital marketing agency related domain name. This buyer is ready to spend up to $500.00 for ones that meet they specified criteria.

CoinVenues.com – Cryptocurrency or real currency coin collecting? Either way, there may be a market for this domain, but what do you think it’s worth?

RingEarn.com – Umm, is this grammatically correct? It sure sounds a bit odd. I’m not sure it’s brandable either. With the way today’s markets are going, do you think this domain has any value at all?

Showcase and Discuss Turbine domains – Do you invest in turbine related domain name assets? Share your turbine domains and compare notes with other like-minded investors to see what they are investing in.

Starting a company using a .com, but somebody is already using the .in version – Does this cause an issue? How would you approach a situation where the same brand name is being used on another extension? There’s no such thing as an international trademark, but some peace treaties include a clause that protects them.

Forbes Magazine: Domain Name Do’s and Don’ts – If you are looking to learn more about domain name negotiations with end users, this article is a pretty interesting read.

BookZz.org sold for $12,002 – I this real? How in the world did this .org gTLD sell for five figures? Is it even worth registration fees? Is it just me or are there more and more domain name sales reports that get you scratching your head wondering how in the world they sold for so much?

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