TL.net sold for $40,000

Posted on 02 October 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Turning typo-email contacts and catch-all’s into sales leads / The Life Expectancy for Malicious Domains / Maximum purchase prices / And more!

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

.SHOP domains on sale U.S.$2.99 only – Are you investing in .shop new gTLD’s? If you’re not, but thought about it, this $2.99 coupon might be help to get your feet wet.

Gin.tv sold for $2,000! – Wow! Another great three-letter .tv ccTLD sales report. It’s nice to see that .tv domain assets are still pulling four-figures.

Google & Amazon Are Killing Websites & Businesses – How do you feel about this opinion? Is there any statistical data to back up their concern or is it just hype?

Maximum purchase prices – What is the most you invested into a domain name in one lump sum? Check out what other domain investors have spent and are still spending on their domain assets.

The Life Expectancy for Malicious Domains – It’s been suggested that all new domain registration be put into a penalty box with search engines and email handlers until they have aged with development a while first. What are your thoughts?

Turning typo-email contacts and catch-all’s into sales leads – Do you ever get accidental emails from someone that typed the domain in the email wrong or maybe an email from a customer the previous domain owner had? Check out what some investors are suggesting to do with those.

TL.net sold for $40,000 – Not a bad two-letter .net gTLD sales report. $40,000.00 is a great way to start your day. Do you think TL.net should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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