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Seeking Domain Investing Mentor

Posted on 10 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Is it best to alternate between Buy now and make an offer? / Trad.com Sold for $7,650 / Showcase and discuss your SATOSHI domains / And more!

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

Looking for Beauty Related Domains – Do you have any beauty related domain names in your portfolio? If they meet this buyer’s specified guideline, you might be able to make a quick sale.

I’m investing in .COM Only! Silver, Gold, Coins, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Numismatic type domains – Double check that domain portfolio. This buyer has $5,000.00 burning a hole in their pocket and is ready to spend it on the right domain names that meet their criteria.

Buying aged “Performance” related .COM – Be sure to triple check that portfolio for a performance-related .com domain asset. This investor is ready to buy what you have.

Trad.com Sold for $7,650 – That’s not too bad of a pronounceable, brandable, four-letter .com domain name sales report. However, I would have expected it to pull at least a low five figures.

Showcase and discuss your SATOSHI domains – Do you invest in SATOSHI domain name assets? Share the ones you are most proud off with other SATOSHI domain investors.

Is it best to alternate between Buy now and make an offer? – What would you do? Do you stick to one or the other? Or do you alternate between the two all the time? Which one seems to sell the best?

Seeking Domain Investing Mentor – Have you been investing in domain names for a while and feel you have some knowledge to offer someone just starting out? Take a few moments to share some insight or read what others have suggested.

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How To Project Domain Value To Businesses

Posted on 09 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Outbound: How to respond to “I might be interested” / After a Couple Domain Investing Missteps & Schoolboy Errors… / The craze for 4 letter .net and .org / And more!

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

Floor value of premium 1-word .cm domains – Are you investing in premium one word .cm ccTLDs? If so, please share some of your research and compare notes with other premium one-word .cm investors.

BetterFuture.com $65,000. Purch 2/21/05 $350 – Wow! A $350.00 investment flipped into a $65,000.00 sale! Now, this is something that should get every single domain investor motivated reading.

Short domain (NL or LN) needed – Be sure to check your portfolio for a number + letter or letter + number domain name asset. This buyer is looking to invest.

The craze for 4 letter .net and .org – Is there a craze? Has the market shifted yet and started building more liquid value for the four-letter .net and .org niches? When is the shift supposed to happen?

After a Couple Domain Investing Missteps & Schoolboy Errors… – If you like to follow other investors stories about their personal journey’s in domain investing, you may want to check out this investors story.

Outbound: How to respond to “I might be interested” – Do you have a rock solid rebuttal that always works when a potential buyer says that they might be interested? How do you get them to pull the buying trigger?

How To Project Domain Value To Businesses – Do you have a problem with projecting domain value to small business owners? Collaborate with other domain investors to see how they project domain value in their negotiations.

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List Of Stolen Four Letter Domain Names

Posted on 19 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domains for Dummies / Personal name cybersquatting / Zilloow.com sold for $3656 / And more!

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Let’s Help Chris Out

Posted on 03 September 2015 by Andrei

Unfortunately, things that quite frankly suck sometimes happen… life happens.

Chris, a fellow domain investor, is going through a very rough time. He emailed me and describe the desperate situation he and his disabled mother are in. Liquidating his portfolio and asking for donations are basically his only options at this point and I offered to share his story with you guys.

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