Do you really need a $100,000 income to be a large portfolio holder?

Posted on 11 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain investors group for Escrow Fees / Bogus offers/advertising through parking companies contact forms / Strategy for selling our 3 letter TLD / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

I’m buying up small established sites generating revenue – unique content only – Be sure to check your portfolio for developed domain assets that fit this investor specified criteria.

Do you think all the LLLL.com are already taken? – Did they just ask that? I believe since the four-letter .com market liquid, that they are all taken and only available through the aftermarket. What are your thoughts?

WTB Crypto and Coin Domains – Double check your domain portfolio for one of these crypto/coin domain assets. This buyer is ready to invest.

Strategy for selling our 3 letter TLD – Do you have a great strategy to sell three letter TLD’s? Be sure to take a few minutes to share your experience with other resellers and compare strategy notes.

Bogus offers/advertising through parking companies contact forms – This isn’t the fault of parking companies, but I do agree that it can get frustrating receiving multiple unsolicited advertisements in your “Make Offer” inbox.

Domain investors group for Escrow Fees – This is an interesting idea, but how exactly would it work to benefit all group members? Are there any downsides to such a group?

Do you really need a $100,000 Income to be aa large portfolio holder? – There is some debate about how much yearly income one needs to maintain in order to be a large portfolio holder with so many renewals every year. Can a large portfolio holder make less than $100k per year and still make it?

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