Who says long domains have no value? – Check this out!

Posted on 04 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: WHOIS disappearing will hurt sales inquiries / First GDRP, now possible link tax and content filtering / The most cost-effective registrars to get a new .com / And more!

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

I need to buy domains every day – Do you have any domains sitting in your portfolio that you want to liquidate today? Check out this investors guideline to see if you have what they want.

Chauffer.com sold for $5,000 – There’s nothing like a great mid-five-figure domain name sales report to get your blood pumping and heart racing.

DTS.net – In today’s three-letter .net markets, what do you think the liquid floor value of DTS.net would be?

WHOIS disappearing will hurt sales inquiries – What side of the fence are you on with this topic? Will it really hurt sales inquiries or will potential buyers click the cloaked email link in whois to send a forwarded message that way?

The most cost-effective registrars to get a new .com – Which domain name registrar has the best deals for new .com registrations?  If you’re not sure, check out some of the ones mentioned here.

First GDRP, now possible link tax and content filtering – How are you being affected, as a domain investor and possibly a domain asset developer?

Who says long domains have no value? Check this out! – This 15 letter domain names nailed an easy four-figure sale. If that’s possible, then it’s just as possible for other 15+ letter domain names to do the same.

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