Archive | January, 2019

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MyMoov.com sold for $8,007.00

Posted on 30 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Investing in town name domains (Geo domain) / Domain names with only numbers / Different whois services give different results / And more!

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

Looking for a LLL.com – Budhet: Up to $15,000.00 –  Do you have a three-letter .com that meets this buyers specified criteria and want to liquidate for some fast cash? This might be your opportunity.

Buying 1 word .io – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these single-word .io ccTLD’s. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction.

DirectLiveNews.com – What do you think about this long fourteen-letter, three-word, news related, .com domain name? Are long-tail domain names like this worth something in today’s market?

Different whois services give different results – Is anyone else running into different results using various whois services? Are the records not matching for you either? Why do you think that is? Take a look at what some investors think.

Domain names with only numbers – A discussion about why and how numerical domain names have value. If you have some experience with numerical domains, share your knowledge and compare notes with others.

Investing in town name domains (Geo domain) – Anyone else investing into this Geo town domain market? How’s it going for you? Check out what other Geo town domain investors are saying.

MyMoov.com sold for $8,007 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a creative six-letter .com. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Keyword Domains VS Branded Domains

Posted on 28 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain flipping still a profitable business / JS72.com sold for $5,555 /Investing in NNN and NNNN .com’s: Budget: Up to $750,000.00 / And more!

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

Buying Marijuana, Cannabis , Hemp, Weed Domains – Total Budget: $5,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these weed, hemp, marijuana, cannabis, domains. This buyer is looking for bulk at wholesale pricing.

Buying single English words .io – Budget: Up to $300.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these English word .io ccTLD’s. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction.

Dictionary Word .COM Domains Wanted – Budget: Up to $1,200.00 – Do you have any dictionary-word .com’s in your portfolio you want to liquidate for up to $1,200.00? Check out this buyers guideline.

Investing in NNN and NNNN .com’s: Budget: Up to $750,000.00 – If you have a three-number or four-number .com and looking for a buyer, this might be your opportunity.

JS72.com sold for $5,555 – That’s not a bad four-character .com domain name sales report for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Domain flipping still a profitable business – What are your thoughts about the current state of the domain industry? Are there still profits to be had? Take a peek at what  other domain investors said.

Keyword Domains VS Branded Domains – Are you investing into keyword or brandable domains and have some statistics to share in this discussion? Take a look at what other investors are saying about the comparison.

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Why Don’t You Just Outsource?

Posted on 28 January 2019 by Andrei

There are certain tasks that you just know are good for business but… well, they’re just anything but fun or worth your time.

For example, maybe you have a list of x domains that you want to acquire directly from their owners but, unfortunately, those owners are hard to track down. Should you give up on those domains, like (probably) other investors before you?

You could, but in this business, sometimes all it takes is one solid BUY and that one deal can make your entire years. Or keep you going for multiple years. One deal, but you have to make it happen.

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How To Price Domains With High Search Volume

Posted on 26 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Investor Opinions On .rs ccTLD’s / KIRB.com sold for $5,250 / Wanting to buy a CVCV .com – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 / And more!

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

Cash for GOLD .com domains – Budget: Up to $100.00 – If you have any gold related domain name assets in your portfolio and looking to liquidate for some fast cash, this might be your opportunity to do it.

ITRepair.com – Does “IT” and “Repair” go together? If so, is there any inherent value in the term? What would you appraise this domain name for?

2oxs.com – Do number, letter, letter, letter .com domain names have some liquid value in today’s market? How much do you think this four-character .com can sell for?

Wanting to buy a CVCV .com – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 – Do you have an CVCV .com;s on your portfolio? Take a look at this buyers specified criteria to see if you have what they want.

Investor Opinions On .rs ccTLD’s – Are you currently or have you ever invested in .rs ccTLD’s. How is it going or how did it go? Take a peek at what other .rs ccTLD investors are sharing about the extension.

KIRB.com sold for $5,250 – That’s not a bad four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain name sales report for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

How To Price Domains With High Search Volume – Do you have a secret strategy for pricing domain name assets that have a high search volume? What’s your secret? Take a look at what other domain investors are doing to price their high volume search domains.

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Domain Auctions vs. Outreach

Posted on 26 January 2019 by Andrei

This is perhaps one of the trickiest comparisons in domaining.

On the one hand, when it comes to domain auctions, you at least *for the most part* know you’re buying something of value. After all, if other people are bidding on a name or even more so, if there’s actually a bidding war, the likelihood that you’re buying junk is reasonably low.

However, there’s a price to pay. With “price” being the operative word.

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MEXO.com sold for $7,616

Posted on 24 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: The Best Backordering Company for .co.uk domain Names / Hand Regs vs. Aftermarket Names (over ten years) / Buying LLLL and NNNNN .com – Budget: Up to $600.00 ea. / And more!

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

WANTED | Brandable «Accepted» & «Published»  – If you have any brandable domain name assets this fit this buyers specified criteria and want to liquidate them for some fast cash, this might be your opportunity. This buyer is paying up to $50.00 each if they are the right ones.

Buying LLLL.com pronounceable domains – Budget: Up to $300.00 – If you have any pronounceable, four-letter, .com’s you want to let go for wholesale prices quickly, this buyer has a budget of up to $300.00 each.

Alalus.com – This is a short, six-letter, pronounceable, .com. Do you think that’s enough to give it value in today’s markets? What’s it really worth?

Buying LLLL and NNNNN .com – Budget: Up to $600.00 ea. – Be sure to check your portfolio for a four-letter .com or five-number .com that meets this buyers specified criteria. This could be a smooth transaction if you have the right ones.

Hand Regs vs. Aftermarket Names (over ten years) – This is an interesting breakdown and case study of a domain investors investments over a 10 year period. What does your first 10 years look like investing in hand registrations versus aftermarket purchases?

The Best Backordering Company for .co.uk domain Names – Are you successfully backordering .co.uk domain names? Who or what are you using to do it? Check out what/who other domain investors are using.

MEXO.com sold for $7,616 – That’s not a bad four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain name sales report for a high four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Auto-Renew Exists for a Reason!

Posted on 24 January 2019 by Andrei

Domainers have a love-hate relationship with the auto-renew feature pretty much all registrars offer.

On the one hand, we hate receiving that nasty “Your domain has been auto-renewed” email because what it actually means is “we just charged you above-average rates for your domain renewal, thanks!” and nobody likes spending double digits for something they could have had for single digits. Fair enough.

On the other hand though, auto-renew can be a life-saver in certain circumstances. Believe it or not, even domainers are human beings. As such, we’re… well, perishable. What I mean is that life happens, stuff happens or however you choose to phrase it. What if you get involved in a serious car accident and end up being in a coma for an extended period of time? I have a friend who recovered after being in a coma for 3 months (not a typo), for example.

Now sure, in such cases you have more serious problems than renewing your domains (like… you know, surviving) but still: it wouldn’t exactly be fun to finally get back in front of a computer, only to realize that a bunch of let’s say LLL dot coms are now gone because you didn’t renew them and auto-renew was disabled. I mean look, even if you die, you probably want your family to be able to use the domain portion of your wealth, right? If you’re involved in a car accident and don’t survive, it can frequently take a long time until your family recovers emotionally and starts thinking about your assets, domains included. Once again, the auto-renew fee can prove to be not a life safer (because you’re dead in this scenario, sorry) but at least a wealth-saver.

What I’m trying to say is this:

Don’t risk losing gems just to save a buck, make sure the auto-renew feature is always enabled

On the other hand though, always renew or transfer domains before auto-renew kicks in and use coupons whenever possible to ensure you aren’t paying too much

Fair enough?

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The best way to buy cheap 4 letter domain names

Posted on 22 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Identifying contact emails for outbound / CannaCash.com sold for $4,173 / Google: We Know When Domain Names Change Ownership / And more!

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

Single word .coms and LLL.com portfolio wanted – trade for 120 acres in SoCal. – Now this is an interesting deal you don’t see every day. A 120 acre plot of land ti trade for a three-letter .com portfolio valued at over $300,000.00.

Buying 5N.com domains – Budget: Up to $10,000.00 – Be sure to check you portfolio for one of these five-number com domain name assets. If you have what this buyer is looking for, you could be $10,000.00 richer.

Shishicai.com sold for $680000 – That’s an interesting domain name sales report. What does Shishicai mean? Looks like it may be a typo or made up brandable. Either way, very nice sale.

Google: We Know When Domain Names Change Ownership – A Google rep stated that there is no benefit in buying a domain name for the previous traffic, since they know when a domain changes ownership.

CannaCash.com sold for $4,173 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a mid-four-figures. Do you think this nine-letter, two-word, .com should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Identifying contact emails for outbound – How easy are you finding the decision makers emails for your outbound domain sales campaigns? Take a peek at what some of the other domain investors are saying about how they find emails.

The best way to buy cheap 4 letter domain names – Do you have a strategy to find cheap or cost effective four-letter domain names to invest into? What’s your secret? Take a look at some of the secrets other domain investors are sharing.

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Are You Asset Rich but Cash Poor?

Posted on 22 January 2019 by Andrei

You sometimes hear about successful domainers, who own names that (rightfully) make you drool, yet are dealing with financial difficulties.

Wait… what?!?

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How to get a broker interested in selling your domain for you

Posted on 20 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Browser identifies the word “Dot” as the “.” / SmartMotorist.com sold for $6,101 / Showcase and Discuss .Homes / And more!

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

Buying unique content cannabis websites – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Do you own any cannabis related websites with unique content? Check out this buyer specified guidelines to see if you have what they need.

Buying domains with keyword: “shop” or “store” – If you’re looking for some quick cash, up to $400.00, take a look at this buyers guideline. If you have what they want, you could be a few hundred dollars richer.

Legalities of switching trademarked words around as a new mark – Are there any trademark/intellectual property attorneys in the audience today? Share some of your insight regarding matters like this one.

Showcase and Discuss .Homes – Are you investing into the new .homes gTLD extension? Share some of your best ones and check out what other investors are buying.

Browser identifies the word “Dot” as the “.” – Has anyone else experienced this anomaly? Or, is it an anomaly? Take a peek at what others are finding out about this.

SmartMotorist.com sold for $6,101 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a thirteen-letter, two-word, .com at a mid-four-digits. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than it sold for.

How to get a broker interested in selling your domain for you – Have you ever tried to get someone to sell a domain name for you, but nobody would help out? Do you know why that it or ways to increase interest? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying.

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