Domains will go up faster in value than any other commodity ever known to mankind

Posted on 19 February 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Monetizing Deleted Domains / Buyer does not wish to pay through PayPal after I already pushed the domain / Is $1 to $3 too much for a ‘decent’ but not high-quality domain? / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Why does it have to be end-user or reseller? – I have seen a lot of people giving appraisals with just 2 price ranges. I think I agree there should be a 3rd (middle) range. A great appraiser that does this calls the middle range, the “Hobbyist” range. I think Eric over at NamePros has this one nailed perfectly. What are your thoughts?

Best .Com Domain Registered Direct From A Registrar? (Last 2 Years) – Share your best hand registered domain name in the last two years that you either developed, sold for a huge profit, or still own with a premium price tag on it.

Ices.info – Really? Did someone actually register this for reselling? What were they thinking? Do you thinkeIces.info has any value at all in today’s markets?

Monetizing Deleted Domains – What are your thoughts about this? Have you ever monetized a deleted domain name before? If so, what kind of results did you have? Please share your research and statistics.

Is $1 to $3 too much for a ‘decent’ but not high-quality domain? – It seems that a lot of people with questionable domain investments are confused as to why they are not selling for $1 to $3. It’s quite possible the domain in question was a bad investment initially and nobody is interested in acquiring them.

Buyer does not wish to pay through PayPal after I already pushed the domain – OMG! Why do so many people push a domain first before confirming payment for the domain asset? This just baffles me. People don’t walk out of a grocery store with products without paying first. Domain assets are no different.

Domains will go up faster in value than any other commodity ever known to mankind – How do you feel about this bold domain value statement? Do you agree that domain assets will steadily grow in value faster than any other commodity ever known or is it just hype?

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