General/Social vs. Commercial domains – Analyzing the better investment

Posted on 01 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Knowing when to hire a domain broker / Life Science Conference Good News for .science / Edit[dot]Com Sold For $140k / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Looking for NNNN.com’s without 0 & 4’s – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these 4 number.com domain assets. This investor is ready the pay top dollar for what you have.

Star.org sold for $225,000 – WOW! I would have never guessed that Star.org would have sold for $225,000.00. This industry never ceases to amaze me.

Leather.ES – If you had to put a value on this ccTLD, how much would you appraise it for? Personally, I’m just not seeing any value in Leather.es.

Life Science Conference Good News for .science – Are you investing in .science new gTLD names? What are your thoughts about the life science conference and the benefits .science can provide them with?

Edit[dot]Com Sold For $140k – Excellent sale! I think it probably could have sold for more, but a low 6 digit sale is still a nice chunk of change. The bigger question would be what the seller had invested into it.

Knowing when to hire a domain broker – Do you struggle with reaching the ideal end-user for your high valued domain asset? You might need a broker to help. However, be sure that the domain is actually a high-value asset, otherwise, you may just upset the broker.

General/Social vs. Commercial domains- Analyzing the better investment – Do you invest in social or commercial domain names? Which one has proven to be the most lucrative for you? Please share and compare your research with others.

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