Unsolicited domain offers – He who blinks first, loses

Posted on 01 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Advice for selling common word domains and LL/LLL domains / Random 5L .coms going for good money at auction / Is this domain squatting? / And more!

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

Buying Top Crypto Domains – High Budget – If you have some crypto domain names in your portfolio, you are going to want to check these buyers criteria. They have a $100,000.00 budget for the right crypto domains.

A small case study on hand registering domains in bulk.. – If you like case studies and thinking about investing in bulk lots of hand registered domain names, this might be an interesting read for you.

BikingPants.com – Are these a real product or would they be referring to spandex pants? If they are a real product, would that make it a category killer? How much would a category killer like this be worth?

Random 5L .coms going for good money at auction – Is this a new liquid market shift? Are the values of random five letter.com domain names really attracting that many cash buyers?

Is this domain squatting? – What are your thoughts on this situation? Have you ever had a domain that pulled 80,000 visitors a month but you really never used the domain, nor have plans to, but then found a company with the same name?

Advice for selling common word domains and LL/LLL domains – Are you an experienced investor when it comes to common word domains and two/three letter domains? Share your experience with others and compare notes.

Unsolicited domain offers – He who blinks first, loses – Have you ever sent unsolicited domain offers or received them? Did you blink first or did they? Who got the better deal after the blink?

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