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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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The fastest domain flips from acquisition to resale

Posted on 17 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Selling domains without a bank account / When your domain name is also a slogan / Senate Barely Passes Resolution to Restore Net Neutrality / And more!

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

LivingOnLight.com sold for $15,000 – Yet another motivating five digit domain name sale to get your heart racing and blood pumping.

Buying Social Media Domain (Length 4 – 9 characters) – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest in social media domains. Check out their guidelines to see if you have what they want.

How a domain registrar can hurt your business – Have you ever experienced anything like this before with a domain registrar? How would you have handled the situation?

Selling domains without a bank account – Have you ever sold a domain name without having a bank account attached to any online payment processors before? How did you do it?

When your domain name is also a slogan – Have you ever registered slogan domain names? Please share some of your research and showcase the slogan domain you own.

Senate Barely Passes Resolution to Restore Net Neutrality – As a domain investor, are you following this whole net neutrality thing going on? How will it affect you and your domain investing?

The fastest domain flips from acquisition to resale – How fast have you ever flipped a domain name from the time of registration or acquisition? Check out some of the fast reselling other have done.

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The best way to flip (Resell) .app domains

Posted on 15 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: About the popularity of NNNNNN domains / When both nTLD and .com are available / Wisdom.ai sold for $10,100 / And more!

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

The best target ROI (Return on investment) when flipping a domain – Everyone seems to have some type of goal set when it comes to the best return on their investments. What would you say the best return should be?

Vandini.com sold £2500 – A great return on investment with this four-digit domain name sales report. Time to roll your sleeves up and get motivated.

Share your 3 new gTLDs with highest automated appraisal! – Which three new gTLD domains do you own with the highest automated appraisal?

Wisdom.ai sold for $10,100 – Yet another five-digit .ai ccTLD domain name sales report to help get all of you .ai domain investors motivated.

When both nTLD and .com are available – Do you go for the .com, the new gTLD, or both the .com and the new gTLD? Or do you pass on them both since nobody seems to be interested at all?

About the popularity of NNNNNN domains – Has anyone else noticed that six number .coms are selling like hot cakes for more than they used to?

The best way to flip (Resell) .app domains – Have ou resold any .app new gTLD domain names yet? If so, how did you accomplish it? Share notes with other .app resellers and compare their strategies with yours.

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Investing in domains with abandoned trademarks

Posted on 05 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: “Fixed Price” vs. “Make Offer” / Namepros acquisition sales reports / Viago.com sells for $19,888 / And more!

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

BankOnWeb.com – Umm, I don’t think “Bank On Web” is the proper term, nor is it popular at all. But does that mean there is no value? What would you appraise it for?

Buying Brandable Pet/Dog Domain – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these brandable pet dog domain names. If yours meets the buyers specified criteria, you could make some quick cash.

Hi5i.com – Wait, what? I’m just not seeing how adding an “i” after Hi5 is helping this domain at all? What would you appraise this domain name for?

Viago.com sells for $19,888 – Now that is a nice motivational domain name sales report. This is the type of stuff that gets the blood pumping.

Namepros acquisition sales reports – Wow! Did you know that resellers buying aftermarket at NamePros have been making an easy 200% to 10,000% return on their investments? Check out some of these amazing acquisition and sales reports.

“Fixed Price” vs. “Make Offer” – Which sales format works best for you when it comes to a make offer listing vs a fixed price listing?

Investing in domains with abandoned trademarks – Have you ever invested in a domain name asset that had an abandoned trademark? Is it legal? Is it a good investment strategy?

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What domain would you invest $1,500.00 in?

Posted on 17 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: That feeling you get when you find an available domain and then it’s gone / How to find end users for domain names / SOLD – MoneroGuide.com & MoneroExpert.com / And more!

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

.CA weekly drop list – If you are a .ca ccTLD investor and looking for some fresh domain drops to scoop up, this is your chance. Check out some of the freshly dropping .ca ccTLD domains this week.

Whois Contact Info Change With No 60 Day Lock! – How is that possible? What’s the loophole in avoiding the 60-day lock? Have you tried this before successfully?

BorrowerHotline.com – Umm, maybe a helpline for people that are addicted to borrowing and never returning anything? Or possibly a hotline for people that upside down in credit debt? How much would you value this domain asset at?

How to find end users for domain names – If you are a successful domain reseller, would you kindly share some of your experience and strategies with other investors regarding locating end users?

That feeling you get when you find an available domain and then it’s gone – Poof! I think we’ve all had that happen before. When was the last time you found the perfect domain, finally motivated to buy it, and then it was gone?

SOLD – MoneroGuide.com & MoneroExpert.com – Interesting set of geo domains that sold for $2,200.00 as a set. Have you seen bulk geo domain sales like this one often?

What domain would you invest $1,500.00 in? – Which of the liquid domain asset niches would you invest $1,500.00 into for the fastest and largest return on investment?

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How to sell new gTLDs to .com owners

Posted on 15 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Crypto News Domain Wanted (Short .com) / .top – The new – highest TLD with the highest number of registrations / Hyphenated net, io, xyz, for tech & fin tech niches / And more!

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

UpCig.com – I’m guessing that this domain asset would do best in the cigarette/tobacco niche? Not sure how “Up” can play in with “Cig” though. Is there any value in today’s market or such a domain?

Neologism or Keyword? – Which one is it? Basically, a neologism is a made up word, also called “brandable” in the domain industry. Do you think unique made up brandable words are more valuable to companies than generic keyword domains?

AdMonster.net – It flows off the tongue easily enough, but does it have value? The ad network niche is very saturated and hard to crack into. Would this cause the value of such a domain to be lower than others?

Crypto News Domain Wanted (Short .com) – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest. Be sure your domain name meets the buyers specified criteria.

.top – The new – highest TLD with the highest number of registrations – Are you a .top new gTLD investor? How do you feel about .top having the most registrations out of the new gTLDs? Are they mostly being used unethically or are some of the registrations actually being developed into legitimate businesses?

Hyphenated net, io, xyz, for tech & fin tech niches – Which extension is better for a higher value when using a hyphen in the domain name of a tech or fin tech domain asset?

How to sell new gTLDs to .com owners – Is this even a legitimate sales report? You be the judge. Do you have a special strategy to sell new gTLDs to die-hard .com owners, that works?

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Recognizing a quality domain name at first glance

Posted on 13 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: How to motivate yourself into getting that next sale / .US extension restrictions / All 5 numbers domains in .cc are taken / And more!

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

Who’s Selling These Names For So Little? – Wow! I would have thought those domain names could have generated a lot better return than what they did. Who is selling these domains so cheap?

How to evaluate a domain name asset – Did I just read that? What do you think about it? Personally, I don’t agree. Do you?

Floor value of pronounceable 4L nets and orgs – Do you invest in four-letter .nets and .orgs? Share your research data with other likeminded investors and compare notes.

All 5 numbers domains in .cc are taken – Looks like five number .cc ccTLD domains are locked up. That creates liquid value. Do you own any of these?

.US extension restrictions – Did you know that you had to be a resident of the U.S. in order to register/own a .us domain name unless you were a business? Are you using the business loophole to acquire them?

How to motivate yourself into getting that next sale – Do you have a motivational domain sales strategy that works? What is it? Check out what other domain investors are saying works for them.

Recognizing a quality domain name at first glance – Can you identify a quality or premium domain name asset at a glance and be ready to commit to 5 or 6 figure investment? Compare notes with other investors to help identify those quality traits.

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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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My outbound domain sales experience

Posted on 07 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Get rich by selling domain names / Marketplace not paying after my domain was sold / Why your domains might not be selling / And more!

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

Sales listing with 3000 views but no offers – Is it common to have 3000 views on a sales listing but not have any offers or engagement at all? How many views does it take to make a sale? Is it just a numbers game, right?

Mike Mann sold betterfuture.com for $65,000 – Yet another five-digit sales by Mike Mann to get those creative and motivational juices flowing within you. Now get out there and sell some domains!

I’m buying: Two Word Science, Labs, Gene, Genome, Genomics Domains – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these niche domain assets. This buyer is ready to invest in anything you have that fits their specified criteria.

Why your domains might not be selling – I think that the first thing to keep in mind is that the domain in question has to actually be in a niche that someone wants to invest into.

Marketplace not paying after my domain was sold – Is two weeks common to wait for a marketplace to pay after selling your domain and it already being transferred? What’s your experience with situations like this one?

Get rich by selling domain names – Ok, that was funny! There’s just so many different angles being played when it comes to marketing in the domain industry and this gets rich quick approach is one of them.

My outbound domain sales experience – Have you ever had an outbound sales situation like this one? How did you respond? Did you counter their counter or just take the profit they offered and sell the domain?

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Domain Market Sentiments

Posted on 05 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: The future of .jp ccTLDs / The best short and long-term domain investments today / Sold Guitarsy.com / And more!

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

Looking for pronounceable LLLL .com – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these four-letter pronounceable .com domain names. This buyer is ready to invest up to $6,000.00.

Iftyn.com – Maybe pronounced “if-tin” to be used as a brandable? Not too sure about this one. What do you think a five-letter pronounceable .com like this is worth?

Has anyone seen any or sold any .fun domains? – Are you a .fun domain investor? How are the new gTLD .fun investments doing for you? Share your experiences with other .fun investors.

Sold Guitarsy.com – An interesting quick flip sales report. It just goes to show that starting out in this industry can still show profits with minimal investments to get your feet wet.

The best short and long-term domain investments today – Which niche market do you think is exploding right now and still has a low enough threshold for investing in it?

The future of .jp ccTLDs – Are you a non-resident of Japan and investing into the .jp ccTLD extension? Share some of your research data with others and compare investment strategies.

Domain Market Sentiments – What do you think the next domain investment trend will be? What niche is about to bubble? Compare notes with other trend watchers and see if you’re missing anything.

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