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Hustler meets domain hustling

Posted on 27 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: The highest new gTLDs renewals being paid every year by domain investors / Need a brand name for company, .com only / GenitalHerpes.com sold for $7,027 / And more!

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

What is the most you have paid for a domain name? – Care to share the most you ever paid for a domain name? If so, brag about it here and check out what others have spent.

DrLip.com please appraise, thank you – Dr. Lip? Interesting, maybe a for a lip Botox doctor? How much do you think this domain is worth in today’s markets?

HollywoodCali.com – Are ending state abbreviations like this valuable at all? What would you appraise HollywoodCali.com for?

Need a brand name for company, .com only – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these brandable domain names. This buyer has a small budget of up to $49 of the domain meets their specified criteria.

GenitalHerpes.com sold for $7,027 – Now here’s an interesting sale. Not really a popular topic for the faint-hearted, but was it worth more or less what it sold for? What do you think?

The highest new gTLDs renewals being paid every year by domain investors – What is the most expensive new gTLD renewal price you pay every year with no intention of dropping the domain(s)?

Hustler meets domain hustling – Were you a hustler before you started investing in domain name assets? Do you have a solid background in sales? Check out this inspirational topic.

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The right way to pick a domain name

Posted on 25 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Sharing personal experience in selling domains / The current state of the market for .TAXI and .LIMO / X65.com sold for $5,346 / And more!

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

Buying starter websites with some traffic – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these starter websites with traffic stats. This buyer has a budget of up to $800.00 for the right one.

Spent more than $500 on hand-regs – Now what? – What would you do next after registering that many domain names? Should they research end users, develop them, or dump them and start over?

ParisianProperty.com – please help me appraise this name – This domain names niche seems to have a viable target audience. How much do you think ot’s worth in today’s markets?

X65.com sold for $5,346 – Not too bad of a domain sales report for a letter, number, number (Three-Character) .com. Sadly, it seems that 3 character domains value isn’t holding as strong as they used to.

Sharing personal experience in selling domains – If you have been seeing success in the way you sell domain names, be sure to share some of your strategy with others and check out what they are doing that works for them.

The current state of the market for .TAXI and .LIMO – Are you investing into the mew gTLD’s .limo or .taxi? Share some of your research with other investors and see what they have to say about thee new gTLD’s in today’s markets.

The right way to pick a domain name – Do you have a domain selection strategy that works? Have you tried any of the other suggestions investors mentioned? Share your strategy and compare notes with like-minded investors.

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DPN.com sold for $32,200

Posted on 23 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: A good monthly number of views for domain landing pages / Domain investor rejects offer and then lets domain drop / Vancouver Island meetup / And more!

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

Wanted: LLL & 1 Worded .CO domains – This buyer is ready to pay up to $200.00 each for the right domains that fit in their criteria. Be sure to check your portfolio for a quick sale.

TheCar.Auction – I think it may be a little too early in the new gTLD game for adding “The” to a name. What do you think this new gTLD .auction domain is worth in today’s market?

PrivatePropertyRentals.com Appraisal – This one is kind of long, but it sure does hit a niche category on the head. What would you appraise PrivatePropertyRentals.com for?

Vancouver Island meetup – Are there any domain investors in the Vancouver Island area that want to meet up with other like-minded investors? Roll call!

Domain investor rejects offer and then lets domain drop – Can someone explain this line of thinking? If they were confident enough to reject an offer to hold out for more, why let it drop at the next renewal?

A good monthly number of views for domain landing pages – What would you say the ideal number of monthly views should be for  domain landing page? Do you think the source of those views matters for conversion?

DPN.com sold for $32,200 – There’s nothing like a $32,000.00 three letter .com sales report to open your eyes in the morning. I would have guessed it would have sold for more. What do you think it should have sold for?

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RHD.com sold for $35,000

Posted on 21 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Outbound domain sales advise / Hand registered .com for $0.88!!!! / Domain hack vs .com (for New Gs investors) / And more!

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

Keep domains private for higher value for future companies – Do you think public sales listings hurt the value of domain assets for potential buyers or does it help create a visual reference of value to assist in an end-user sale?

Tried to sell a domain to a business and get called a scammer instead – Have you ever been labelled a spammer or scammer using outbound domain selling strategies to get in touch with end-users?

New gTLD domain sold for $15,000  – For those of you that thought the new gTLD .xyz wasn’t going to have any value, think again. Check out this Token.xyz domain sales report for $15,000.00.

Outbound domain sales advise – Have you been successfully executing outbound domain sales campaigns? Share your experience with other like minded investors and compare notes to see if you missed something.

Domain hack vs .com (for New Gs investors) – Interesting discovery! Did you know that some automated appraisal systems are evaluating new gtlds higher than the .com counterparts?

Hand registered .com for $0.88!!!! – Are you looking for good hand registration discount for your next domain purchase? Check out this $0.88 cent new .com hand registration deal.

RHD.com sold for $35,000 – I would have guessed that RHD.com would have sold for three-times more than what it did. Do you think RHD.com should have sold for more or less than it is and why?

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$100K + USD sales volume – See how he did it

Posted on 19 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: What to do when you lose your domain authentication code / Figura.com sold for $5,100 / Buying LLLL.com / 2 words.com domains / And more!

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

LondonCocktailBars.com – Sounds like a good long tail Geo directory domain to me. Is there still a demand for directories these days? How much do you think it’s worth?

WebMarijuana.com – Umm… I’m not sure the two words jive very well together. What are your thoughts? Is there a market for WebMarijuana.com?

FortyBooks.com. Please appraise – Maybe a brand for a new bookstore? Thought, how many people will shop there with the psychological number forty books in their store? What value would you put on this domain?

Buying LLLL.com / 2 words.com domains – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain assets. This buyer has up to a $400.00 budget for assets that meet their criteria.

$100K + USD sales volume – See how he did it – Have you cleared $100,000.00 in sales volume yet? What are you doing wrong? Check out this investors sales and their journey so far to get inspired.

What to do when you lose your domain authentication code – Have you ever lost your domain authentication code and couldn’t complete a transfer? How did you get it back? Check out what the suggestions were so far.

Figura.com sold for $5,100 – Looks like a brandable domain to me. That explains the mid-four digit sale price. How much do you think Figura.com should have sold for?

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Proof that Hand Reg is NOT dead!

Posted on 17 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Kdg.info sold for $5,655.00 / Contacting endusers / 812666.com sold for $3,716 / And more!

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

Analysis of NNNN.in Domains – Did you know that all of the four letter .in ccTLD’s were registered? Does that mean that the market just locked and the value is going to start rising like .com and .net started doing?

Where & How to find buyers – Do you have a secret strategy that works to identify the perfect buyer for a domain name asset? Share your strategy and check out the strategies others use.

ORATIU.com – It’s pronounceable and brandable, but is that enough to give it any value? What would you appraise this domain for in today’s markets?

812666.com sold for $3,716 – Some people thing that the triple number 666 is unlucky, however, it looks like it was a lucky number for this investor/reseller.

Contacting endusers – What medium do you use to contact potential end users (E.g. eMail, Fax, Phone, SMS, Mail, Social media, etc.)? Check out what other domain ressellers are doing as part of their strategy.

Kdg.info sold for $5,655.00 – Wow! Did someone say there was no money in .info domains? Think again! $5,655.00 for Kdg.info is a great motivational sale to prove it.

Proof that Hand Reg is NOT dead! – Have you ever done research like this, casually, and registered a couple gems based on your findings? If you thought hand registering domains was a thing of the past for reselling, you may want to read this.

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Still generating revenue via Parking

Posted on 15 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: .Co pricing strategy: Your views? / Free .co.uk and. uk / LegalStocks.com Appraisal / And more!

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

Buying Two Word Brandable .coms – This buyer has a budget up to $50 per domain that meets their specified criteria. If you’re looking for a quick flip and cash in your pocket, be sure to check your portfolio what they need.

Looking for domains Block/Coin/Chain/Blockchain/Crypto/Token – This buyer has up to a $1,000.00 budget for a domain asset that meets their guidelines. Do you have one hidden in your portfolio somewhere and want to liquidate?

BlockChainSmart.org – I’m not too sure about this one. Does the .org hurt it or does something else? What would you appraise this .com domain for?

LegalStocks.com Appraisal – I thought this one was interesting. But, do you think there is a market in legal stocks? What do you think LegalStocks.com is worth?

Free .co.uk and. uk – If you are a .co.uk or .uk domain investor, you may want to take advantage of this offer. Maybe grab something to test and see if you still got that golden touch, like when you first started.

.Co pricing strategy: Your views? – What pricing strategy do you currently used for your .co ccTLD domain assets? Check out what others do and compare notes.

Still generating revenue via Parking – Rumor has it that parking isn’t dead yet and that it’s still a choice for revenue. What are your thoughts? What parking company do you like the best?

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Fast.ly sold for $5,149

Posted on 13 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Looking to buy Quality domain names / How to check whois for .PE domains / Instant Cash – Buying quality .com domains! / And more!

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

UnsolvedMysteries.net – This sounds like an interesting domain name asset. I remember seeing a TV show that used this name too. What do you think this domain is worth in today’s market?

If you know you can’t pay on time- Don’t Bid – I think this is a no-brainer that everyone should already fully understand. Why in the world would someone bid if they didn’t have the funds available?

FastBargains.co.uk – Are you familiar with the .co.uk ccSLD markets? What in the world is this domain name worth to a U.K. buyer? Does it have any value?

Instant Cash – Buying quality .com domains! – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these .com’s to make a fast sale for up to $15,000.00. Check out the investors guidline to see if you have what they need.

Looking to buy Quality domain names – If you have domains in your portfolio that meet this buyers specified criteria, you could make up to $1,000.00 quickly.

How to check whois for .PE domains – Are you investing in .pe ccTLDs? How do you locate your own whois information? Can this also be used to find other .pe whois information?

Fast.ly sold for $5,149 – Not a bad .ly ccTLD hack domain sales report. Would you have guessed Fast.ly would have sold for more or less than $5,149.00?

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The highest outbound domain sales ever made

Posted on 11 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: The value off pronounceable 5L.com’s / Asking a client if they are interested in alternative domains / API.net sold for $13,749 / And more!

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

I’ll pay up to 4% of GoDaddy Appraisal – Do you have any domains in your portfolio that you want to liquidate fast? This buyer is paying up to 4% (Max budget $2,500.00) of what Godaddy appraises it for.

Making Advertising Income Without Parking – What methods of monetizing do you use other than parking for your domains that works? Check out what others do for revenue.

LearnAnimatronics.com – This is an interesting career educational domain in the animatronics niche. How much do you think this domain is worth in today’s market?

API.net sold for $13,749 – This is not a bad domain name sales report. $13.749.00 can buy a lot of cups of coffee. How much do you think API.net should have sold for?

The value off pronounceable 5L.com’s – Share your research on pronounceable five-letter .com’s with other like-minded investors. Compare notes to see if there may be something you missed.

Asking a client if they are interested in alternative domains – Have you ever approached a buyer that already developed a domain you sold them to pitch another domain? How did it go?

The highest outbound domain sales ever made – What is the highest you have ever sold a domain name asset for using outbound sales tactics? Check out what others sold theirs for?

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SolutionsGroup.com sold for $5,000

Posted on 09 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Coupon – Value in names with number for letter prefix-suffix / The number of domains to own your first year of investing / Who’s working on a cool domain development project? / And more!

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

Buying LLLL .coms published on BB / BP – Be sure to check your portfolio for a four letter .com within the buyers guidelines. This investor has a budget of up to $750.00 each and a total budget of $4,000.00.

Registrant legal responsibility under domain lease – Do you think the responsibility should fall on the registrant owner of the domain or on the lease/renter of the domain that violated a law?

Investing into a Crypto News domain – Do you have a crypto news related domain in your portfolio? If so, this buyer is ready to hand over up to $50.00 for a quick sale if it meets their criteria.

Who’s working on a cool domain development project? – Check out some of the projects other domain investors are expanding on and share your new project.

The number of domains to own your first year of investing – How many domain names did you own when you first started? Is there a minimum or maximum limit new investors should stay within? Check out what others are saying and compare notes.

Value in names with number for letter prefix-suffix – Do you invest in domains that substitute a letter with a number? For example: “His” = “Hi5”. What are your thoughts on this niche?

SolutionsGroup.com sold for $5,000 – That’s a nice long two word brandable domain name. Do you think $5,000.00 was on the low or high end of what that domain sold for?

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