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Do you really need a $100,000 income to be a large portfolio holder?

Posted on 11 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain investors group for Escrow Fees / Bogus offers/advertising through parking companies contact forms / Strategy for selling our 3 letter TLD / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

I’m buying up small established sites generating revenue – unique content only – Be sure to check your portfolio for developed domain assets that fit this investor specified criteria.

Do you think all the are already taken? – Did they just ask that? I believe since the four-letter .com market liquid, that they are all taken and only available through the aftermarket. What are your thoughts?

WTB Crypto and Coin Domains – Double check your domain portfolio for one of these crypto/coin domain assets. This buyer is ready to invest.

Strategy for selling our 3 letter TLD – Do you have a great strategy to sell three letter TLD’s? Be sure to take a few minutes to share your experience with other resellers and compare strategy notes.

Bogus offers/advertising through parking companies contact forms – This isn’t the fault of parking companies, but I do agree that it can get frustrating receiving multiple unsolicited advertisements in your “Make Offer” inbox.

Domain investors group for Escrow Fees – This is an interesting idea, but how exactly would it work to benefit all group members? Are there any downsides to such a group?

Do you really need a $100,000 Income to be aa large portfolio holder? – There is some debate about how much yearly income one needs to maintain in order to be a large portfolio holder with so many renewals every year. Can a large portfolio holder make less than $100k per year and still make it?

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If You Want Money For Your Traffic…

Posted on 11 February 2011 by Andrei

… and have a large portfolio, then parking is pretty much your best and only SCALABLE option. Sad but true! Now a lot of people say that CPA offers or mass development are better alternatives but show me ONE person who has generated more profits with either method for a portfolio of 1k+ domains and I’ll re-consider my position. I won’t hold my breath and here’s why (two simple reasons):

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“Project Scalability” or Why Parking Is Not Going Anywhere

Posted on 20 September 2010 by Andrei

A lot of people constantly say things like “parking is dead”, “people will eventually switch to CPA” or “time to say goodbye to parking and develop our domains” but the truth is, parking is here to stay and the explanation is extremely, simple. It is so simple, in fact, that one word is more than enough to describe the way things stand: scalability.

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Say Goodbye to PPC Parking – Why Things Will Only Get WORSE

Posted on 25 October 2009 by Andrei

Not because parking companies are shady, not because type-in traffic never converts. Why? For one painfully simple reason, read on if you’re interestedin facing reality. If not, feel free to continue living in fantasy land.

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