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Have domains, did outbound, and still not selling? – Do this next…

Posted on 13 December 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Calculating A Fare Domain Wholesale Price / .eu domain drop-times / G7.cc Sold for $8,001 / And more!

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

Buying LLL.CO, Noun.co, or Verb.co – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these LLL.CO, Noun.co, or Verb.co ccTLD’s. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction if you have the right one.

WTB – Cannabis niche – Two Word .coms; Pronounceable LLLL.com – Total Budget: $700.00 – Do you have any of these cannabis related domain names in your portfolio and want to liquidate a few? Take a look at this buyers guideline to see if you have what they need.

Which Useful (Worthy) tools for outbound marketing you are using? – Share some of the tools, platforms, social, etc. domain name marketing strategies and compare notes with other like-minded investors.

.eu domain drop-times – At what time do .eu ccTLD’s drop? Is it always at the same time each day or does it change? How are you tracking your .eu drop-times? Check out what others are saying.

G7.cc Sold for $8,001 – That’s not a bad sale for a two-character (Letter/Number) .cc ccTLD asset. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Calculating A Fare Domain Wholesale Price – How do you calculate a fare wholesale price on a domain name asset? Take a peek at what variables other investors are using in their wholesale value calculations.

Have domains, did outbound, and still not selling? – Do this next… – Are you getting frustrated with no domain sales after several months of outbound marketing? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying to do next.

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Recent DOMAIN SALES that have been developed (PICS)

Posted on 27 November 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today:  “Dead” (Do not invest) domain name extensions list / TLDs and the differences between them / Kinship.co sold for $11,000 / And more!

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

Buying One-word .com | common English words – Budget: Up to $20,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for an English, dictionary-word, .com that fits this buyers criteria.

Showcase Your Spanish Language Domains – Do you have any Spanish-language domain name assets in your portfolio? Share some of your best ones and check out what other investors are buying up.

Over a million websites seized in global operation – Wow! This is crazy! It just goes to show that online commerce needs more regulation to keep consumers safe. How will that affect the domain industry? Take a look at what other investors think.

Kinship.co sold for $11,000 – That’s not a bad seven-letter, dictionary-word, .co ccTLD domain name asset. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

“Dead” (Do not invest) domain name extensions list – Do you know of any extensions that died out over the years and no longer retain any value? Check out this list of extensions other investors have ejected from their portfolios over the years.

Recent DOMAIN SALES that have been developed (PICS) – Have you ever wondered what happened to some of the domain names you’ve sold over the years? Check out all the developments on these interesting domain name assets that sold.

TLDs and the differences between them – Not sure what the difference is between all the different TLDs out there? This should help clear things up for you. Check out what other domain investors are saying.

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Buying Single-Dictionary-Word .io Domains – Budget: Up to $1,000.00

Posted on 23 November 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today:  Buying Quad Premium 4L.com’s – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 / Logistics4Vn.com sold for $10,250 / Investing in 2-Word .COM’s that start or end with “story” – Budget: Up to $25.00 ea. / And more!

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

Parked domains with lots of backlinks, but no visits – How do you deal with a domain name that has hundreds or even thousands of backlinks, but not any traffic from them? Do you drop, develop, or liquidate?

The best ccTLD for one word investment between .io and .co – Are you investing one more than the other? Which ccTLD has had the best return on investment so far for you? Check out what other .io and .co domain investors are saying.

BuySuperBikes.com – What do you think classifies a bike as “Super”? Maybe it flies or travels on water? How much do yu think a super bike domain like this one is worth in today’s markets?

Logistics4Vn.com sold for $10,250 – Really? Now, this is an interesting sales report. Do you think that Logistics4Vn.com should have sold for more or less that $10,250.00?

Investing in 2-Word .COM’s that start or end with “story” – Budget: Up to $25.00 ea. – Are there any “Story” domain names in your portfolio? If you are looking to liquidate fast at wholesale prices, this might be an opportunity for you to get some quick capital.

Buying Quad Premium 4L.com’s – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for a quad-premium four-letter .com domain assets. This buyer is ready to pay wholesale prices up to $1,000.00 for the right one.

Buying Single-Dictionary-Word .io Domains – Budget: $1,000.00 – Do you have any single, dictionary word, .io ccTLD’s in your portfolio? Check out this buyers criteria to see if yu can make a quick sale.

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Buying Single Keyword .io and .co Domains – Budget: Up to $500.00 Each

Posted on 19 November 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today:  Buying LLLL.com – Budget: Up to $500.00 / Seeking a One-word .io – Budget: Up to $500.00 / BirthdayParties.com sold for $5,600 / And more!

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

TYPOs (traffic) Domains’ Showcase! – Share your best typo domain name assets that have consistent traffic and check out the awesome domain assets others own that generate revenue.

Investing In Web Support/Maintenance Related Domains – Budget: Up to $100.00 – Be sure to double check your portfolio for a web support or maintenance related domain name that meets this investors criteria.

Loans.pe – This five-letter, financial related, .pe ccTLD seems like it could have some liquid value, but how much? What would you appraise this domain name for in today’s markets?

BirthdayParties.com sold for $5,600 – That’s not a bad fifteen-letter, two-word, .com domain name asset for $5,600.00. Do you think this domain name should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Seeking a One-word .io – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Do you have any single-word .io ccTLD’s in your portfolio? If you want to liquidate for some fast cash, be sure to check  this buyers guidelines.

Buying LLLL.com – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Are you looking for some fast cash and have a four-letter .com in your portfolio that meets this buyers guidelines? Check it out and see if you have what they need for a smooth transaction.

Buying Single Keyword .io and .co Domains – Budget: Up to $500.00 Each – Be sure to triple check your portfolio for an single-word .io or .co ccTLD that meets this buyers criteria.

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BZIP.org sold for $9,700

Posted on 14 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Seven dirty words now allowed in .us / .online – Increases Renewal Fees / New gtlds upsetting some investors / And more!

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

Free Canis.review – Look, someones giving away a free domain name. Are you looking at .review domains as potential investments?

Bankinsurance.co – Value Please – I’m not sure the .co ccTLD helps this one since the 1st language isn’t English in that country. What do you think? How much is it worth in today’s markets?

SheepEye.com – Now that’s playful. Maybe a sleep aide company? What do you think a playful brandable like this one could sell for?

New gtlds upsetting some investors – If you’re investing in new gTLD’s and have confirmed sales, share your story with these investors so they can see the other side of the coin too.

.online – Increases Renewal Fees – Are you holding any .online domains in your portfolio? Check out what the cost might look like.

Seven dirty words now allowed in .us – The US government’s Department of Commerce owns .us and contracts out its administration to Neustar. Would you have guessed these words would be banned? Do you own any that may have to be dropped with no refunds?

BZIP.org sold for $9,700 – Wow! Now that was a great high four-digit .org sale. How much do you think it should have sold for (More or Less)?

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Monthly/Yearly domain sales to portfolio size ratio

Posted on 31 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: .co can be more expensive than .com / Why you are not in the domain investors $1M club / EBF.com sold for $30,500 / And more!

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

Wanted: Your best Crypto/Poker related domain .com/.io – Be sure to check your portfolio for this buyers needs. They have up to a $30,000.00 budget for the right domain that matches their specified criteria.

Fitter.net – I’m not sure about this one. It seems like it could be branded in the fitness arena, but does the net hurt or help it?

KeywordApps.com – What exactly does a keyword app do? SEO (Search Engine Optimization) on the go? How much would you appraise this one for?

EBF.com sold for $30,500 – That’s a bit better of a three letter .com domain sales report. Though, it does seem that $30,500.00 is a bit lower than what it was worth a couple years ago.

Why you are not in the domain investors $1M club – Have you ever sat down and thought about why you haven’t accumulated $1,000,000.00 yet to join the ranks of the domain investors one million dollar club?

.co can be more expensive than .com – I’m not sure what circumstances would have to transpire for this to happen, but could it be possible? Maybe a .co to a Colombian would be worth more than the .com in a Geo targeted campaign for their own region?

Monthly/Yearly domain sales to portfolio size ratio – Have you done any research in this area of comparisons before? Do you have hands on experience with big portfolios and little ones? Share your statistics with others and check out what they are sharing.

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DPN.com sold for $32,200

Posted on 23 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: A good monthly number of views for domain landing pages / Domain investor rejects offer and then lets domain drop / Vancouver Island meetup / And more!

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

Wanted: LLL & 1 Worded .CO domains – This buyer is ready to pay up to $200.00 each for the right domains that fit in their criteria. Be sure to check your portfolio for a quick sale.

TheCar.Auction – I think it may be a little too early in the new gTLD game for adding “The” to a name. What do you think this new gTLD .auction domain is worth in today’s market?

PrivatePropertyRentals.com Appraisal – This one is kind of long, but it sure does hit a niche category on the head. What would you appraise PrivatePropertyRentals.com for?

Vancouver Island meetup – Are there any domain investors in the Vancouver Island area that want to meet up with other like-minded investors? Roll call!

Domain investor rejects offer and then lets domain drop – Can someone explain this line of thinking? If they were confident enough to reject an offer to hold out for more, why let it drop at the next renewal?

A good monthly number of views for domain landing pages – What would you say the ideal number of monthly views should be for  domain landing page? Do you think the source of those views matters for conversion?

DPN.com sold for $32,200 – There’s nothing like a $32,000.00 three letter .com sales report to open your eyes in the morning. I would have guessed it would have sold for more. What do you think it should have sold for?

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Consistent 5 figure sales every month

Posted on 03 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

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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$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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