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For Sale: Studio.Com, Bath.Com, 25.Com, IH.Com, AX.Com, LLL.Coms And More!

Posted on 23 March 2017 by Andrei

Together with James Booth from BQDN.com, DomainingTips is proud to present a list of gems you don’t exactly come across every day!

If you want to buy one of today’s domains and/or have questions, simply send a message to andrei@domainingtips.com.

Payments via Escrow.com with the escrow fee covered by the buyer, unless otherwise negotiated. 

Let’s get right down to business and start with a priced NN.com as well as two LL.coms for which we’re requesting offers:

25.com – $2.7M
IH.com – Offers Wanted
AX.com – Offers Wanted

Next, we have eight two-character dot coms:

E8.com + E8.net – $250k (currently has a $200k offer)
0K.com – $55k
D4.com – $80k
L4.com – $100k
L5.com – $125k
O6.com – $110k
T4.com – $115k
W6.com – $150k

… followed by a selection of LLL.coms:

EFP.com – $35k
CRQ.com – $38k
HPT.com – $42k

… and the following NNNN.coms:

7777.com – $1.4M
0584.com – $16k
3263.com – $35k
1041.com – $43k
6797.com – $52k

… and the following hot VR-related LLL.nets at $2.5k each:

AVR.net
BVR.net
GVR.net
OVR.net
SVR.net
VRD.net
VRR.net
VRV.net

To end the short domain part of our email, we also have X.tv for which offers are requested.

Fortunately, we haven’t forgotten about one word dot com enthusiasts either and I’ll let the domains speak for themselves:

Studio.com – Offers Wanted
Poor.com – Offers Wanted
Lose.com – Offers Wanted
Item.com – Offers Wanted
Duty.com – Offers Wanted

BORE.com – $40k
Foreigner.com – $50k
Reject.com – $60k
Gender.com – $60k
Swish.com – $100k
Radiance.com – $150k
Chirp.com – $150k
Jury.com – $150k
Down.com – $150k
Rub.com – $200k
Track.com – $200k
Chop.com – $250k
Bubble.com – $250k
Cold.com – $250k
Late.com – $250k
Flow.com – $350k
Bath.com – $400k
Crack.com – $400k

That’s it for today guys!

To let me know which domain(s) you’re interested in or ask a question, send a message to andrei@domainingtips.com.

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Dumb.com for Sale – ~1 Million Pageviews, $1,000+ Monthly Revenue

Posted on 06 March 2017 by Andrei

Edited: Dumb.com is pending sale.

Someone will be getting a genuinely awesome deal, this is an exclusive listing (I’m Dumb.com’s only broker) and not your average domain/site that gets shopped around ad nauseam. Not only is Dumb.com a blockbuster domain that would be the star of any auction event, it’s also a developed website that currently receives about 1,000,000 monthly pageviews (with ~80% being US traffic, ~11% UK traffic and ~3% Canadian traffic) and generates $1,000+ in monthly revenue.

The owner spends less than 30 minutes per month on it, so there’s *plenty* of room for growth if you want to increase the traffic or improve the website’s monetization. The only cost is the 50 bucks per month the seller is paying for hosting.
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Wealth Management 2.0 Launch Contest: Win an iPhone 7, Conference Passes, Domaining Tools and More!

Posted on 12 December 2016 by Andrei

After investing 3 years of blood, sweat, tears and sanity, I’m finally launching my book and I’m doing it with a bang, by organizing a contest with some genuinely awesome prizes: an iPhone, three Whoisology plans, two annual Efty growth plans, two NamesCon passes, one Domaining Europe package and Escrow.com credit!

My book is called “Wealth Management 2.0”, with the exact title being “Wealth Management 2.0: Financial Education for Internet Professionals” and as the name suggests, it’s the only book out there which teaches those who make money online how to manage that money: domainers, freelancers, online entrepreneurs, Internet marketers, bitcoin investors and the list could go on and on.

I always found it ridiculous that despite there being millions upon millions of people who make money on the Internet in one way or another, nobody thought about writing a book that teaches them how to make smart financial decisions. Since I’m an economist as well as someone who has been making money online since pretty much forever, I’ve decided I’m in a great position to fill this void.

Here we are, three years later and Wealth Management 2.0 is *finally* ready for the spotlight. I’ve soft launched it a couple of months ago but the “official” launch is this week. To celebrate the launch, together with some very awesome and generous sponsors, I’m organizing a contest with some extremely juicy prizes:

1) an iPhone 7 (ridiculously awesome phone) from Uniregistry

2) two NamesCon passes ($799 each)

3) three $300/year Whoisology plans

4) one Domaining Europe ticket (650 EUR value)

5) $250 in Escrow.com credit

6) two annual Efty Growth plans

7) $100 in credit that can be used for registrations as well as renewals from 101Domain

These are all genuinely awesome prizes and I’d like to thank all 7 sponsors for making this contest possible. I mean I’d love to win any of them (unfortunately, I can’t, with me being the contest organizer and everything), so that right there is a sign that we’re talking about really juicy prizes!

How will things work?

Simple.

The contest will take place as of today and until Sunday.

I will reward people for various actions with chances to win. After the week is over, I will go “old school” and for each chance to win that you have, I’ll place a piece of paper with your name on it in a big bowl and bam, I’ll select the lucky winner. Old school.

The actions I’ll be rewarding you for are:

1) Buying the book
2) Tweeting about the book
3) Liking a Facebook post about the book and sharing that post
4) Placing a banner on your website
5) Blogging about the book

Let’s start with… the beginning, buying the book 🙂

It can be bought on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks as well as Kobo and as strange as it may seem, I’m going to give people more chances at winning if you buy it on Barnes & Noble or iBooks. This is because I need more of an initial push on those two platforms, so I’ll be rewarding those who buy there with two times more chances.

To buy it on Barnes & Noble, use the following link:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/wealth-management-20-andrei-polgar/1124435282?ean=2940153328942

To buy it on iBooks, use the Apple app or the following link:

https://itun.es/us/wYSveb.l

Now, of course, buying it on Amazon or Kobo would also help a lot. Not as much as buying it on Barnes & Noble or iBooks but still, a lot.

To buy Wealth Management 2.0 on Amazon, use the following link:

https://www.amazon.com/Wealth-Management-2-0-Financial-Professionals-ebook/dp/B01I1WA2BK

And, finally, use the following link to buy Wealth Management 2.0 on Kobo:

https://www.kobo.com/ww/en/ebook/wealth-management-2-0

To prove that you bought it, simply send a screenshot to contest@domainingtips.com.

Alright then, here’s what you’ll be receiving by:

1.1) Buying Wealth Management 2.0 on Barnes & Noble or iBooks – 6 chances to win

1.2) Buying Wealth Management 2.0 on Amazon or Kobo – 3 chances to win

Furthermore, I’ll also reward you if you recommend the book to friends/contacts and they end up buying it (once again, a screenshot sent to contest@domainingtips.com is all of the proof I need):

1.3) Someone you recommend the book to buys the book on Barnes & Noble or iBooks – 4 chances to win (screenshot from that person required)

1.4) Someone you recommend the book to buys it on Amazon or Kobo – 2 chances to win (screenshot required)

Next, I’ll be rewarding people for tweeting about the book and just like when buying the book, simply send me an email at contest@domainingtips.com with a link or screenshot. In the tweet, you have to mention the WealthManagement2.com site (the book’s official site) and preferably let people know that the price has been reduced to just $2.99, only until Sunday.

Here’s what you’ll be receiving:

2.1) Tweet if you have between 50 and 100 followers – 1 chance to win
2.2) Tweet if you have between 101 and 500 followers – 2 chances to win
2.3) Tweet if you have between 501 and 1,000 followers – 3 chances to win
2.4) Tweet if you have between 1,001 – 2,500 followers – 4 chances to win
2.5) Tweet if you have over 2,500 followers – 5 chances to win

Next, I’ll reward you guys if you:

3.1) Like WealthManagement2.com on Facebook – 1 chance to win (one time per person)
3.2) Write a Facebook post about my book – 2 chances to win (one time per person)
3.3) If the Facebook post receives more than 5 likes, I’ll reward you with 1 more chance to win
3.4) If the Facebook post receives more than 10 likes, I’ll reward you with 2 chances to win
3.5) If the Facebook post receives more than 25 likes, I’ll reward you with 3 chances to win
3.6) If the Facebook post receives more than 50 likes, I’ll reward you with 4 chances to win
3.7) If the Facebook post receives more than 100 likes, I’ll reward you with 5 chances to win

… as usual, simply let me know by sending an email to contest@domainingtips.com.

Those of you who run websites that you think would be a good fit for promoting my book (websites visited by domainers, freelancers, online entrepreneurs, Internet marketers, bitcoin/crypto investors or anyone else who is among my target audience) will be rewarded if you place a banner or *large* above the fold text link which should take people to WealthManagement2.com. The text of the banner or link should be “Learn to Invest the Money You Make Online!” and again, it should point to WealthManagement2.com. Everything else is up to you, just make sure to place the banner or text link somewhere very visible above the fold:

4.1) Post a banner on your website if it has less than 1,000 monthly visits – 1 chance to win
4.2) Post a banner on your website if it has 1,001 – 2,500 monthly visits – 2 chances to win
4.3) Post a banner on your website if it has 2,501 – 5,000 monthly visits – 3 chances to win
4.4) Post a banner on your website if it has 5,000 – 10,000 monthly visits – 4 chances to win
4.5) Post a banner on your website if it has over 10,000 monthly visits – 5 chances to win

… please note that I’ll need a screenshot of your analytics as proof of traffic, it should be sent to contest@domainingtips.com.

The same way, you can receive chances to win by blogging about the book:

5.1) Blog post about the book if your blog has less than 1,000 monthly visits – 1 chance to win
5.2) Blog post about the book if your blog has 1,001 – 2,500 monthly visits – 2 chances to win
5.3) Blog post about the book if your blog has 2,501 – 5,000 monthly visits – 3 chances to win
5.4) Blog post about the book if your blog has 5,001 – 10,000 monthly visits – 4 chances to win
5.5) Blog post about the book if your blow has over 10,000 monthly visits – 5 chances to win

… as usual, email me the link, contest@domainingtips.com and don’t forget to include the traffic proof screenshot.

That’s pretty much it.

As mentioned earlier on, the contest starts today and will end on Sunday. Submissions sent after Sunday will *not* be taken into consideration. I will be picking the winners within 7 days after the contest is over, will do my best to make it happen as quickly as possible.

There’s nothing else left for me to do except wish all of you good luck and thank you as well as the contest’s sponsors (Uniregistry, NamesCon, Whoisology, Domaining Europe, Escrow.com, Efty and 101Domain) for your help: let’s do this!

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Did You Download the MediaOptions .Com Strategies Book?

Posted on 10 December 2016 by Andrei

A lot of times, domainers find themselves in the position of having to “teach” end users why paying a premium for an awesome domain is worth it. Believe it or not, domainers aren’t always very good at explaining such things in a way that comes across as professional.
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I Will Answer One Question Thoroughly

Posted on 23 July 2016 by Andrei

If you guys want to pick my brain, now’s the chance to do it: I will answer one question you have for me thoroughly and privately.

Some of you might want to ask me something about issues you wouldn’t like others to know about (your current business model, a future project idea and so on), so I realize asking you guys to post questions in the “comments” section wouldn’t be the best approach.
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Escrow.com Starts 2016 With New Features

Posted on 08 January 2016 by Andrei

I’m pretty excited about the three new features Escrow.com started 2016 with. First and foremost (and this is something non-US domainers will certainly appreciate), they’ve expanded their office hours from 8 am – 4 pm to 8 am – 11 pm which is a huge improvement.
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Best Non-New-gTLD Black Friday Deals for Domainers?

Posted on 27 November 2015 by Andrei

Earlier today, Konstantinos posted about the Black Friday deals he came across but unfortunately, most of them are for new gTLDs.
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Seems Efty.com Is Doing Well, Congrats Mike!

Posted on 09 October 2015 by Andrei

I’ve exchanged emails with a domainer today and for the first time, I’ve noticed him using Efty.com for his portfolio site.

As some of you know, Mike Cyger announced his involvement in Efty not so long ago, he’s done a lot for the industry and I really hope he will do well with this venture.
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Fanboys.com – Last Chance to Make an Offer

Posted on 02 October 2015 by Andrei

I’ve received an offer for Fanboys.com from another domainer that I’m thinking about accepting, the price is ridiculously low but I need some quick liquidity, so I’ll most likely accept if I don’t receive a higher offer from you guys.

To make me an offer, send an email to admin@domainingtips.com.

I’m willing to be very flexible, let me know what your best offer is and I’ll see what I can do.

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The Last Day of Portfolio Reviews

Posted on 26 September 2015 by Andrei

Up until this point, I’ve been offering free portfolio reviews for those who subscribe to my newsletter using the form on the sidebar. Unfortunately, I’ve decided that I just can’t keep up with the volume of requests (if you’re reading this and haven’t received your review yet, please accept my sincere apologies for the delay, I’ll send it your way asap) and therefore, today will be the last day of portfolio reviews.
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