How to get familiar with domain investing

Posted on 22 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: It’s Starting…Government Censorship On The Internet / Be sure to check all the marketplaces when you register a domain name / Reasons.com Sold for $50,001 / And more!

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

If .com equals $X, then .net, .org and .info equal… – How do you evaluate other gTLDs in comparison to .com? Or do you not use .com as part of your evaluation process at all?

2 word .com No Brandables – Do you need $1,500.00 bucks in your pocket? This buyer has a max per domain budget that can make that happen if you have the right domain name.

BlockMech.com – What exactly is a “Block Mech”? A blockchain mechanic maybe? But then, what is a blockchain mechanic? How would you appraise this domain name?

Be sure to check all the marketplaces when you register a domain name – Funny enough, it’s becoming more and more common for drop list buyers to find out the domain they just purchased still has active sales listings on numerous marketplaces under previous owners accounts.

Reasons.com Sold for $50,001 – Wow! There is nothing like the smell of a five digit domain name sale in the morning. It’s these kind of sales reports that get domain investors motivated.

It’s Starting…Government Censorship On The Internet – It certainly looks that way how he outlined it, but is it just a conspiracy theory? How exactly will all these new regulations affect domain investors?

How to get familiar with domain investing – What advice would you give a new domain investor looking for easiest way to learn about domain investing without making too many mistakes?

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