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The minimum domain criteria to consider when buying domains for parking

Posted on 03 November 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today:  Marketplace price differences / Plural or singular – The best choice in investing / MyEthWallet.com sold for $9,680 / And more!

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

Buying pronounceable 4L .com’s – This buyer has a budget of up to $500.00 each for the right ones that meet their specified criteria. Do you have what they need?

Investing in BB approved/published names – If you are looking to liquidate for up to $50.00 a pop to make some fast cash, check out this buyers guidelines.

Plural or singular – The best choice in investing – Do you think the singular or plural form of a word/domain is higher in value? Why? Have you seen what other domain investors are saying yet?

CardCannabis.com – This ones a bit backwards. Ideally, it should be Cannabis Card. Do you think the backwards version has value in today’s markets?

MyEthWallet.com sold for $9,680 – Who was it that said eth domain name assets were worthless? Check out this nice four-figure eth domain name sales report.

Marketplace price differences – Has anyone else noticed that a variety of marketplaces have completely different price points that contradict one another? Take a look at what other investors think about why it’s like that.

The minimum domain criteria to consider when buying domains for parking – Do you have a formula for investing in domain names that will be used for parking revenue? Check out what other investors look for when acquiring domain name assets for parking revenue.

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Whois privacy for ccTLD’s in EU-countries

Posted on 12 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Bodis is Hiring! / New Promotion: $2.99 for new .life & .live registrations / TechNewsToday.com sold for $7,200 / And more!

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

Mental Health Domain or Website wanted ASAP – This buyer has a budget of up to $20,000.00 and ready to buy the perfect mental health domain or website. Do you own the one they need?

How long did your first sale take? – If you haven’t sold a domain name yet, you’ll want to see what other investors are saying the length of time to the first sale was for them. If you have sold one, share your story.

Showcase your travel domains – What kind of travel related domain names are you investing into? Share some of your best ones and check out what other investors are buying.

TechNewsToday.com sold for $7,200 – Not a bad three-word, thirteen letter, .com domain sales report to get you motivated. Who said long domains don’t sell?

Whois privacy for ccTLD’s in EU-countries – How are you dealing with whois privacy for your ccTLD’s in EU countries? Check out what other investors are doing as a solution.

New Promotion: $2.99 for new .life & .live registrations – If you are investing .live or .life domain name assets, you won’t want to miss this promotion.

Bodis is Hiring! – With a presence in the US and Europe, they are now recruiting Publisher and Advertiser Account Managers, based remotely, to assist in our ambitious growth plans.

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Excellent advice for new investors by Elliot Silver

Posted on 02 September 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying Tshirt/Shirt Domains – Up to $10k Budget / Outbound email sales conversion / iCrowd.com Sold for $3,600 / And more!

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

Paying 2x-3x Annual Parked Revenue For Traffic Domains – If you are looking to quick flip a few parking revenue domains for fast cash, this buyer has a budget up to $200.00 per domain that meets their guideline.

Looking for Marketing Agency/Video Marketing domain – Be sure to double check your domain portfolio for a marketing agency or video marketing domain. This buyers looking to spend up to $300.00 for the right ones.

What ClientHold Means – If you’ve been in the domain industry any amount of time, you’ve probably come across the the ClientHold status before. Share your experience with it and see what others are saying.

Buying Tshirt/Shirt Domains – Up to $10k Budget – BOOM! Check your portfolio again folks, this buyer has a budget of up to $10,000.00 for a domain that meets their specified criteria.

iCrowd.com Sold for $3,600 – Now that sounds like a great social brand. $3,600.00 is decent sales price too. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than it did?

Outbound email sales conversion – What kind of conversion rates are you getting with your outbound domain sales emails? Is it worth the time for you? Check out what others are saying works for them.

Excellent advice for new investors by Elliot Silver – WOW! Talk about some great advice for anyone in the domain industry or thinking about getting involved. It’s worth the read.

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An end-user prospecting strategy you may have overlooked

Posted on 25 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: How to register a domain name forever / Parking Revenue Exposed / How GDRP will affect outbound domain sales / And more!

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

CXP.com Sold for $31,000 – It’s a nice five digit sale, but shouldn’t three letter .com’s be selling for way more than that? There seems to be a lot of three letter .com’s going for a fraction of what they used to.

VOD video on domain discussion and showcase – Is anyone else investing into the VOD video niche? Check out what others are doing and compare your notes with like-minded investors.

StickShift dot Com – I like driving stick shifts, do you? If you are familiar with them then you can probably see some potential here. What would you say this domain is worth?

Parking Revenue Exposed – Wow! Things have changed a lot in the last decade. Remember when parking domains were the hottest thing to do to generate good income? According to these reports, you may be lucky to earn a dollar.

An end-user prospecting strategy you may have overlooked – Have you ever prospected a potential end-user like this before? It seems like a very good approach that could render big rewards.

How to register a domain name forever – Do you know anyone who has registered a domain name for life? Is it even possible or is there a strict 10-year limit?

GDPR: US news sites unavailable to EU users over data protection rules – Is it just me or is this starting to sound like the EU is working towards blocking all international news sources in order to keep their citizens only watching pre-approved news outlets locally?

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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!
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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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