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Buying One Word or Two Word .COM – Budget: Up to $5,000.00

Posted on 07 December 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying two-word aged .com’s – Budget: Up to $250.00 / BitTop.com sold for $15,000 / UDRP question. Is it legal to… / And more!

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

The appraisal of WeedBase.com – This ones an interesting two-word marijuana relate .com. It’s catchy and brandable. But, is that enough to give it any value? How much do you think it’s worth?

Why bitcoin may become virtually worthless: Finance professor – Will affect any of your bitcoin related domain nae investments? How are you preparing for it? Take a look at what other domain investors are saying about this news.

I sold my first name for $100 – Wow! You have to love success stories like this one from new domain investors breaking into the industry with excitement.

BitTop.com sold for $15,000 – That’s not too bad of a six-letter, two-word, bitcoin related, .com sales report for a low five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

UDRP question. Is it legal to… – What do you think? Do you have any intellectual property, trademark, or UDRP experience and have an answer to their question? Check out what others are saying about it.

Buying two-word aged .com’s – Budget: Up to $250.00 – Do you own any aged two-word .com domain name assets you would sell for up to $250.00? If so, check out this buyers specified criteria.

Buying One Word or Two Word .COM – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for any one-word or two-word .com domain name assets you might want to liquidate for some quick capital that meet this buyers guideline.

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The concerns of branding a general public domain that was previously adult orientated

Posted on 24 October 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today:  Registering real names of people and potential trademark issues that may follow / Counter.org sold for $2,950 / The order in which domain names drop / And more!

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

Need premium one word .io – Be sure to check your portfolio for a premium one-word .io ccTLD that meets this buyers guideline. They looking for a quick sale with a budget of up to $1,000.00 for the right domain.

Buying a Digital Marketing, Branding, and Web Development domain – This buyer has a budget of up to $750.00 for the domain that meets their criteria and they fall in love with. Is it in your portfolio?

CornMarket.com – Do you like eating corn? How do you think the corn markets are doing? This domain might make a good niche targeted corn industry development. How much do you think it’s worth?

The order in which domain names drop – Are you an avid drop catch domain investor and already know what the dropping order of domain names are? Share your experience or check out what others are saying.

Registering real names of people and potential trademark issues that may follow – Have you ever registered or acquired someone elses real name? Did you run into any trademark issues? Check out what other domain investors are saying that invest in this niche and share your experience.

Counter.org sold for $2,950 – That’s not a bad low four-figure, seven-letter, dictionary word, .org domain name sales report. Do you think this domain should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

The concerns of branding a general public domain that was previously adult orientated – Have you ever purchase a domain to brand for your new public start-up and found out that it was previously an adult orientated website? What did you do to endure a smooth branding transition?

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Managing domain profits and losses

Posted on 02 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Large retailers with .net or non .com / WSB.com Sold for $85,000 / Trademark holder Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act / And more!

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

MalaysianEstate.com – There is a real estate market in every country, but does that mean there is a market for geo real estate domains in every country too? What’s this one worth?

A company asked me to return my domain to them – Have you ever been asked to return a domain you just registered or won at a drop auction fair and square? Did you eat the loss and turn it over or did you fight for it?

AcousticMelody.com – This domain seems to roll off the tongue smoothly. It passes the radio test as well. Is that enough to give it value though?

Trademark holder Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act – Have you ever run into a situation like this before? It seems a bit strange that anyone would have rights to a domain name that was owned way before a trademark was created.

WSB.com Sold for $85,000 – A very nice three letter .com five digit domain name sales report. High five digits seem ok for this one, but it sure is a far cry from six digits.

Large retailers with .net or non .com – How many large retail corporations that use a .net of non.com domain extension and do not use a .com?

Managing domain profits and losses – How have you been doing with our investments and sales in 2018 so far? How do you keep track of your profits and losses?

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Much Ado about emotions. Why ADO.com was lost

Posted on 05 February 2018 by Graham Haynes

Cognitive Bias

Our own Francois Carrillo lost a UDRP for the domain ADO(.)com and has been ordered to transfer it to the Mexican bus company who operates on ADO.com.mx.

We can hear the outcry across the domaining world – give the panellists the dunce award; how could they come up with such a bad decision; why are they so gullible, can they not see that domaining is a legitimate and accepted business model. What were they thinking, it makes no sense.

Well let me make sense of it: it is wrong to think the panel had a bad day or that they didn’t think it through or they are stupid. It is the complete opposite because to apply the policy rules and then to come to their verdict, they had to perform intellectual gymnastics. Later I will explain why they went to such lengths.

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