How To Project Domain Value To Businesses

Posted on 09 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Outbound: How to respond to “I might be interested” / After a Couple Domain Investing Missteps & Schoolboy Errors… / The craze for 4 letter .net and .org / And more!

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

Floor value of premium 1-word .cm domains – Are you investing in premium one word .cm ccTLDs? If so, please share some of your research and compare notes with other premium one-word .cm investors.

BetterFuture.com $65,000. Purch 2/21/05 $350 – Wow! A $350.00 investment flipped into a $65,000.00 sale! Now, this is something that should get every single domain investor motivated reading.

Short domain (NL or LN) needed – Be sure to check your portfolio for a number + letter or letter + number domain name asset. This buyer is looking to invest.

The craze for 4 letter .net and .org – Is there a craze? Has the market shifted yet and started building more liquid value for the four-letter .net and .org niches? When is the shift supposed to happen?

After a Couple Domain Investing Missteps & Schoolboy Errors… – If you like to follow other investors stories about their personal journey’s in domain investing, you may want to check out this investors story.

Outbound: How to respond to “I might be interested” – Do you have a rock solid rebuttal that always works when a potential buyer says that they might be interested? How do you get them to pull the buying trigger?

How To Project Domain Value To Businesses – Do you have a problem with projecting domain value to small business owners? Collaborate with other domain investors to see how they project domain value in their negotiations.

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