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It’s True, Domains Have Lost Their Glitter

Posted on 23 November 2013 by Andrei

Sorry guys but the Forbes article is spot on, you should just let all of your domains expire and stop wasting your time/money.

But you know what, since I want to do you a favor and help you out, I’d be willing to take all of the domains you paid $xxxx+ for off your hands and pay you a more than reasonable cent on the dollar.

Yep, one entire cent for every dollar you spent.

So if you bought a worthless LLL dot com for let’s say 10,000, I’m willing to help you out by paying you $100 for it.

No need to thank me, don’t even think about it.

I understand how hard it must be to own worthless one worders, LL domains, LLL domains and so on. I really do.

So again, no need to thank me for my generosity.

Just email me at admin@domainingtips.com to take advantage of my generous offer if you’d like me to take those useless Internet thingies off your hands.

3 Comments For This Post

  1. greetings Says:

    Thanks for your generosity 🙂

  2. Snoopy Says:

    The heritage auction did way better than other recent auctions, but selling rates are still under 50%. That is a very weak market and the author is right to describe it as such.

  3. Andrei Says:

    @Snoopy: that could be one interpretation; another interpretation could be that since there are no institutional investors in this industry, it hasn’t been affected in a positive manner by QE like the stock market has, for example.

    Therefore, what if the domaining industry is actually recovering in a slower but sustainable manner compared to stocks where we are in bubble territory and bonds where the bubble is already in its “this is outright ridiculous” stages?

 
 
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