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Hiring a broker to buy you a domain

Posted on 01 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying Single Word ngTLD Domains (E.g., word.whatever) / GESO.com sold for $5,100 / Bed.tv Sold For $2,500 / And more!

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

The best bulk pack of names you can sell for $100 – Do you have a lot of domains in your portfolio you want to liquidate for $100? Check out this buyers criteria to see if you can make some quick cash.

Jamie.com – Check out what I saw over in the top domains section today. What do you think?

Wordscaper.com – This one is interesting. It rolls off the tongue easily and has target market potential. What do you think wordscraper.com should be appraised for?

Buying Single Word ngTLD Domains (E.g., word.whatever) – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these domains. This buyer has up to a $50.00 budget for a quick sale if the domain meets their criteria.

Bed.tv Sold For $2,500 – Wow! Another .tv ccTLD sales report for an easy four digits. .tv seems to be pumping away week after week and holding their value.

GESO.com sold for $5,100 – There’s nothing like a mid-five digit pronounceable four letter .com sales report to get you motivated in the morning with your coffee.

Hiring a broker to buy you a domain – Have you ever hired a broker to seek out and negotiate for a domain you wanted? What was your experience like? Did it make it hard to get a good deal because the seller knew that if a broker was involved, that the buyer probably has a bigger budget?

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Buying two word, one word and brandable .com’s

Posted on 18 July 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: I’m investing in domains with A LITTLE BIT of traffic / The importance of other TLD’s being taken / Giggle.TV sold for $9,000 / And more!

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

.pro or .online – When investing into Geo related domain name assets, which of these two extensions is the best one? Or maybe there’s a better one?

ArchitectureEngineer.com – This is a long two domain that seems like it would have some value. How much do you think it should be appraised for?

Vivistats.com sold for $3,250 – This is not a bad four digit sale. It’s an interesting brand name choice, that’s for sure. But, was it really worth what it sold for?

Giggle.TV sold for $9,000 – Wow! another nice .tv ccTLD domain name sales report. The .tv’s just keep flying off the shelf with sales each week.

The importance of other TLD’s being taken – Which side of the fence do you sit on? Does the value of a domain increase if lots of the TLDs are taken already, or does it not help at all?

I’m investing in domains with A LITTLE BIT of traffic – Do you have any light traffic domains in your portfolio you want to sell for a quick buck? This buyer has a max budget of $150.00

Buying two word, one word and brandable .com’s – Be sure to double check that domain portfolio, this buyer has a total budget of $1,500.00 to spend.

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Buying Popular Quotes, Sayings, and Catch Phrases in .com

Posted on 10 July 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Payoneer Terminates Escrow Service / Losing a domain and buying it back again / UniverseIt.com sold for $2,444 / And more!

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

What do you think about “The + keyword” .com? – Are you investing in “The + Keyword” .com domain names? If so, how are they doing for you? Care to share some statistics?

Check.tv sold for 2,499 EUR! – There’s nothing like a four digit .tv ccTLD sales report to keep you motivated and remind us that .tv domains are still going strong.

Does a domain have to have traffic to be valuable? – What are your thoughts on this? If a domain has no traffic, does it also have no value? Or is that just a myth?

UniverseIt.com sold for $2,444 – Waking up to a four digit sale like this for UniverseIT.com is a good way to start the day. But, was it worth that much?

Losing a domain and buying it back again – Have you ever done that? What is your experience with contacting a new owner of a domain you lost? Were they receptive or did you have to pay more?

Payoneer Terminates Escrow Service – Is this true? Wow! If it is, then there are going to be a lot of upset domain investors. Payoneer is/was one of the leading competitors in the top 3 for domain escrow.

Buying Popular Quotes, Sayings, and Catch Phrases in .com – Be sure to double check our portfolio for ones of these various niche domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest in the ones that meet their guideline.

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$25k for your LLL .com

Posted on 12 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: SportsBet.tv sold for $7,250! / Interesting things we learn about because of domain names / .COM Only! 1-Word beginning or ending with ‘SF’ / And more!

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

BirdsNest.com Sold for $15,252 – There is nothing like a five digit domain name sales report to get your day started off right. Check this sales report out and get motivated.

Showcase your automotive domains – Do you have any automotive related domains in your portfolio that you are proud of and want to show off in a showcase? Check out what other automotive investors are buying.

TexasSteelCompany.com – It seems like a pretty long domain name, but it’s also industry targeted. How much would you appraise this domain name for?

Interesting things we learn about because of domain names – What kind of things have learned investing in domain names that you probably would have never known otherwise?

SportsBet.tv sold for $7,250! – Another nice .tv ccTLD sales report to keep you motivated. Have you noticed a steady trend of .tv sales like this lately?

.COM Only! 1-Word beginning or ending with ‘SF’ – Be sure to double check your portfolio for a domain name starting or ending in the letters “SF”. Ths buyer is ready to pay $1,000.00 for the right one.

$25k for your LLL .com – Do you need a quick $25,000.00 in your pocket? If you have a three letter .com you want to sell, you can make $25,000.00 right now if it meets the buyer’s guideline.

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The best way to approach another investor with a domain asset

Posted on 06 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domains I registered in 2004 – What was I thinking? / I’m buying e-commerce, marketing, and media news domains / 89.tv sold for $10,000 / And more!

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

Buying Bulk .com Brandable/Pronounceable/Keyword – Do you have any brandable, pronounceable, keyword domain names in your portfolio you want to sell quickly? This investor is ready to buy as long as they meet their guideline.

Debters.com – Is this a real word or popular slang? Either way, it seems catchy and sounds like it might have some value. How much would you evaluate Debterss.com for in today’s markets?

MonthlyMotion.com – Not too sure about this one. It seems to flow off the tongue, but does it have value? What would you appraise this domain for?

I’m buying e-commerce, marketing, and media news domains – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for an e-commerce, marketing, or media domain name that meets these buyers criteria.

89.tv sold for $10,000 – Yet another .tv ccTLD domain name sales report for five digits! .tv sales are on a roll this year!

Domains I registered in 2004 – What was I thinking? – Would you have been registering domain names like these back in 2004 or would have been grabbing the category killers still on the table?

The best way to approach another investor with a domain asset – Do you target other domain name investors or just end-users? How do you approach other investors in similar niches as you with a domain they might want?

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Domain Names, Intellectual Property, And GDPR

Posted on 31 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain prefixes and suffixes / Buying 2-word .com’s related to healthcare / Flo.com Sold for $127,258 / And more!

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

.Best domain showcase – Do you have any .best domains you want to show off? Compare with what other investors are buying.

HuntingLasers.com – Hunting lasers sounds interesting. Maybe a laser sight that attaches to a hunting rifle? Or, maybe even an actual laser gun designed for hunting that emits a beam of energy.

Inspire.tv was sold for $1,027 – Another cool .tv ccTLD sales report in the four-digit range. Keep it up .tv resellers.

Buying 2-word .com’s related to healthcare – Do you have a two-word healthcare-related domain name in your portfolio? Check out this investors guideline to see if you have they need.

Flo.com Sold for $127,258 – Okey! That’s much better than the last few three letter.com sales reports at a staggering low five digits. Six digits like this one are where they should be.

Domain prefixes and suffixes – How much value do you put on a domain names prefix and suffix? Does the value vary or is it pretty consistent across the board?

Domain Names, Intellectual Property, And GDPR – Have every taken the time to compare lists of intellectual property domains to what everyday domain investors are buying?

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Buying one word .com / .io / and 2 words .com

Posted on 19 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: NMD.COM just sold for $15000 / Spotted this .TV on SANTA MONICA BLVD in LA / Appraisal For OneLinkBooking.com / And more!

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

Showcase your Missed domain of the day – Did you research all day long, compile a list, and finally go to pull the trigger on some just to find out that they are no longer available? Share the gem that slipped through your fingers.

Legal letter received stating wrongful acquisition – Has this ever happened to anyone you know? How did they handle it? If you have any experience with this type situation, feel free to take a few minutes and provide some advice.

At401k.com Evaluation – Ok, I get the “401k” part, but what does the “AT” stand for? Was this a bad investment or a hidden gem?

NMD.COM just sold for $15000 – Wow! Did a three letter .com just sell for only $15,000.00? No way! Is this for real?

Spotted this .TV on SANTA MONICA BLVD in LA – It’s nice to .tv still running strong and being used in traditional advertising. Has anyone else seen a .tv in the wild?

Appraisal For OneLinkBooking.com – I’m not really liking this domain name. I suppose it might work for a brand. What do you think?

Buying one word .com / .io / and 2 words .com – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these bad boys. This buyer has a $3,000.00 budget for the perfect match to their criteria. Check it out.

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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 Use Social Media To Sell Domain Names

Posted on 01 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Investing in previously developed domain names / The 2nd best domain extension / Domaining.tv sold for $3,000! / And more!

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

SOLD Crypto2D.com for $14,400!!! – Seriously? Is this a fake sales report or can it be verified? I just don’t see how such a domain name could have possibly cleared five digits. A crypto domain pump attempt, maybe?

Rooster.tv sold for $1,000! – Not as big of a .tv ccTLD sale as some of the others being reported lately, but it’s still a great low four-digit sale.

Guns.tv sold for $10,000 – Yet another nice .tv ccTLD sales report. They just keep coming in. This one is a five digit sale and making me think I should start shifting some of my investments in the .tv extension.

The 2nd best domain extension – If you could only choose one domain extension (other than .com) as the best one to invest into, what would it be?

Investing in previously developed domain names – How do you approach a potential buyer with a domain asset that was previously developed and owned by one of their competitors?

Domaining.tv sold for $3,000! – You have to love reading .tv ccTLD domain name sales reports. For all of you out there investing in the .tv extension, this is some motivational material you’ll want to check out.

How To Use Social Media To Sell Domain Names – Have you ever sold a domain using social media as the marketing/sales medium? How did you manage to reach the right buyer?

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The most ironic domain registration

Posted on 17 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: The fastest way for a new domain investor to make a profit / Domain Investing Looks Easy… / Just SOLD CryptoCorp .com for $16.5k / And more!

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