Investing in GEO + service domains is a good strategy

Posted on 13 February 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Here are some real domain investing costs to consider / Portfolio size versus sales / CPU.com finally sold for $180k / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

$100 logo contest – Do you have some design skills and looking for some extra cash to put in your wallet? Get on over to the contest and submit an entry for consideration. Good luck!

Inventory dot com sold for – It’s a small $150 sales report, but it’s not really that great of a misspelled domain name. I’m surprised it got as much as it did. Congrats on the sale!

EastAmerica.com – Hmm. Not sure what to think about this domain asset. North, South, and Central America are real, but I don’t think East and West America is. What would you appraise a domain like this one for?

Portfolio size versus sales – Many people say that domain investing is a numbers game and that the bigger the portfolio, the more frequent the sales. Do you have any statistics or evidence to prove otherwise?

Here are some real domain investing costs to consider – If you haven’t taken time to break down your monthly domain investment expenses, you might want to make time after reading this. It’s important to fully understand what your costs are going to be prior to investing in hundreds/thousands of domain names.

CPU.com finally sold for $180k – Awesome sale! You have to love motivational sales like this one. it keeps that domain blood pumping and heart racing.

Investing in GEO + service domains is a good strategy – Do you invest in GEO + Service domain name assets? Can you share some of your research data with other like-minded investors? What is the ROI you’ve been averaging?

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