How to sell new gTLDs to .com owners

Posted on 15 April 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Crypto News Domain Wanted (Short .com) / .top – The new – highest TLD with the highest number of registrations / Hyphenated net, io, xyz, for tech & fin tech niches / And more!

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

UpCig.com – I’m guessing that this domain asset would do best in the cigarette/tobacco niche? Not sure how “Up” can play in with “Cig” though. Is there any value in today’s market or such a domain?

Neologism or Keyword? – Which one is it? Basically, a neologism is a made up word, also called “brandable” in the domain industry. Do you think unique made up brandable words are more valuable to companies than generic keyword domains?

AdMonster.net – It flows off the tongue easily enough, but does it have value? The ad network niche is very saturated and hard to crack into. Would this cause the value of such a domain to be lower than others?

Crypto News Domain Wanted (Short .com) – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain name assets. This buyer is ready to invest. Be sure your domain name meets the buyers specified criteria.

.top – The new – highest TLD with the highest number of registrations – Are you a .top new gTLD investor? How do you feel about .top having the most registrations out of the new gTLDs? Are they mostly being used unethically or are some of the registrations actually being developed into legitimate businesses?

Hyphenated net, io, xyz, for tech & fin tech niches – Which extension is better for a higher value when using a hyphen in the domain name of a tech or fin tech domain asset?

How to sell new gTLDs to .com owners – Is this even a legitimate sales report? You be the judge. Do you have a special strategy to sell new gTLDs to die-hard .com owners, that works?

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