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Offer Received For 25 Year Old .Net Domain

Posted on 30 October 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Regal.de sold for $29,224 / Calling All London Domainers / Buying 3-15 character .com – $1-$750 / and more…

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

Buying .us & .co less than seven characters ($1-$50) – If you have any seven-character .us or .co ccTLD’s in your portfolio that meet this buyers guideline, it could be a chance for a quick flip and smooth spending cash this weekend.

Buying technology company domain (tech, growth) – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Are you wanting to liquidate one of your technology growth related domain names for some quick cash in your wallet? If so, take a look at this buyer specified criteria.

Buying quad premium 4L.com (preferably pronounceable) – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these four-letter quad-premium .com domains that this buyer is looking for. It could be some fast cash in your pocket.

Buying 3-15 character .com – $1-$750 – Do you have any three to fifteen character .com domain names collecting dust in your portfolio that you would like to liquidate? If so, take a peak at this buyers guideline to see if you have what they need.

Calling All London Domainers – If you are a resident of London, England and interested in meeting up or chatting with other London domain name investors, this could be your opportunity to do so.

Regal.de sold for $29,224 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a five-letter .de ccTLD for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Offer Received For 25 Year Old .Net Domain – If you received a $3,000.00 offer for a twenty-five-year-old .net domain like this one, would you counter or take the offer? Check out what some domain investors are suggesting they do.

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How to reach to potential buyers

Posted on 18 October 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Don’t Make The Same Mistake I Made as a Beginner! / Dushe.net sold for $6,900 / Share domains related to MICE, acronym for ‘Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions’ / and more…

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

Buying Two-words – Budget: Up to $100.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these two-word .com domains that meets this buyers specified criteria, it could be an opportunity for ome fast spending cash this weekend.

Looking for brandable 4 char .com –> cvvc.com – Budget: Up to $50.00 ea. – Are you holding any four-letter, cvvc .com domains that are pronounceable and brandable? If so, this could be an opportunity to liquidate.

How to monetize SEO (high DR) names – Do you have any SEO niche related domain names that you developed or monetized to generate some revenue? What did you do that seems to be working? Check out what other SEO investors are doing to monetize their domains.

Share domains related to MICE, acronym for ‘Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions’ – Are you investing into any “MICE” (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibition) domain name assets? Share your best ones and check out what other investors own.

Dushe.net sold for $6,900 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a five-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .net domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

How to reach to potential buyers – When it comes to getting your domain names in front of the right potential buyers, what are some of the fool-proof techniques you use? Check out how some domain investors are getting their domains noticed.

Don’t Make The Same Mistake I Made as a Beginner! – When you first started out, did you make a mistake like this domain investor did? Take a look at what they said about it. If you are new to domain name investing, you may be able to avoid the mistake they made.

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E.company sold for $25,105

Posted on 16 October 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: The appraisal of University.biz / Luxury Real Estate Developments and their Domains! / Double-edged Sword of the domain gang-up / and more…

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

I need a bulk deal on 4L .com’s – Budget: Up to $1,500.00 – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these four-letter .com domain names in this buyers guideline. This could be an opportunity to liquidate.

The appraisal of University.biz – This is an interesting ten-letter, single-dictionary-word, .biz domain name, but is it enough to give is some liquidity in today’s market? What would you appraise it for?

Double-edged Sword of the domain gang-up – When it comes to profiting off disasters or the unfortunate tragedies of others with domain name assets, is there a line of ethics that has been crossed? What are your thoughts? Take a look at what other investors think.

Luxury Real Estate Developments and their Domains! – Have you come across any interesting luxury real estate development domain names? Which ones have you found to be recently developed that were acquired?

E.company sold for $25,105 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a single-letter, .company, new gTLD for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Automating Outbound

Posted on 10 October 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Westerly.com sold for $25,000 / Share the highest domain name you sold and where / Looking for names taken in 10+ extensions with GD appraisal above $3000 – Budget: Up to $15,000.00 / and more…

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

Looking for LLLL.com – Budget: Up to $1,500.00 – Are you holding a four-letter .com that meets this buyers specified criteria? If so, this might be an opportunity to liquidate.

Buying exact match keyword domains in king – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Do you own a exact match keyword domain in the .com extension that this buyer is looking for? If so, this could be a smooth transaction for you.

Buying LLL.CO AND NNN.CO – Budget: Up to $100.00 – This buyer is looking for a great three-letter .co or three-number .co ccTLD. If you have what they need, you could potentially make some fast spending cash for this weekend.

Looking for names taken in 10+ extensions with GD appraisal above $3000 – Budget: Up to $15,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these domain names taken in over ten extensions that meets this buyers guideline. This could be a chance at a fast flip and cash in your pocket.

Share the highest domain name you sold and where – What domain name sold for the most that you owned and where did you find the buyer? Check out where some domain names are selling for the most and compare notes.

Westerly.com sold for $25,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Automating Outbound – Have you mastered the art of automated outbound domain name sales emails? If not, this may be an interesting discussion to follow, Take a look at what’s being said and share your experience with outbound email automation.

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The strategy of high backlinks for parking

Posted on 30 September 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: TheSite.org sold for $9,050 / Buying 4L .COMS – Show Me What Ya Got! – Total Budget: $10,000.00 / What a top level domain name is / and more…

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

Buying seller-owned SH names, individual or bulk – Budget: Up to $500.00 – If you have any of these individual or bulk SquadHelp domains that this investor is looking for, you could be able to liquidate for some quick cash in your packet today.

Looking For One Word Dictionary .COM Domains – Budget: $5000.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these single-dictionary word .com domains if you need some quick spending cash in your pocket for this weekend.

Buying 4L .COMS – Show Me What Ya Got! – Total Budget: $10,000.00 – Are you holding any four-letter .com domain names that meet this buyers specified criteria? If so, this could be a chance to liquidate some for fast reinvestment capital.

What a top level domain name is – This is an interesting discussion regarding what top level domain names are. If you aren’t sure, this might be a good discussion for you to follow along with.

TheSite.org sold for $9,050 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven-letter, two-word, .org domain for a high-four-figures. Do you think that it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

The strategy of high backlinks for parking – Are you applying the high backlink strategy when parking your domain names? Share your experience with it and compare notes with other investors that park their domains.

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How to increase the liquidity of domain

Posted on 28 September 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Proxy Bid Vs Active Bidding / LearnSpanishToday.com sold for $4,650 / Has anyone ever sold a .city? / and more…

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

Buying Aged One and Two Word .com Domain – Budget: Up to $2,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these aged single-word or two-word domain names. This could be an opportunity to liquidate.

The appraisal of VectorTutorials.com – This is an interesting fifteen-letter, two-word, design and autocad related .com domain. Do you think it’s good enough to have some liquid value in today’s market? What would you appraise it for?

Has anyone ever sold a .city? – Have you ever resold a .city you registered or acquired on the aftermarket? How long did it take to flip it? Share your .city sales details and compare notes with other resellers.

LearnSpanishToday.com sold for $4,650 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seventeen-letter, three-word, longtail, .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Proxy Bid Vs Active Bidding – Which bidding technique is the best and why? There are mixed opinions when it comes to manually bidding and proxy bidding. What side of the fence do you land on?

How to increase the liquidity of a domain – When it comes to investing in a domain name for the purpose of reselling it for a profit, what are some of the things you do to increase it’s liquid value to insure a profit? Take a look at what others do.

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The strategy of buying & selling $XXX or $XXXX+ domains

Posted on 27 September 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Share your High Traffic domains (backlinks optional) / BlackTip.com sold for $6,100 / Buying LLL.com – Budget: Up to $15,000.00 / and more…

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

Buying One word .com (English or Latin) – Budget: Up to $3,000.00 – Are you holding one of these single-word (English or Latin) .com domain names? If yours meets this buyers specified criteria, it could be an opportunity to liquidate.

The appraisal of GPA.net – This is a pretty short and straight-forward three-letter .net domain asset. Do you think only being three-characters is enough to have some liquid value in today’s market for a .net? What would you appraise it for?

Buying LLL.com – Budget: Up to $15,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these three-letter .com domains outlined in this buyers guidelines. This could be a chance to liquidate for some fast reinvestment capital.

BlackTip.com sold for $6,100 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-letter, two-word, .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Share your High Traffic domains (backlinks optional) – If you are investing into high-traffic domain names and have a few you are really proud of, take a moment to share them with other high-traffic investors. Don’t forget to compare notes.

The strategy of buying & selling $XXX or $XXXX+ domains – Are you a three to four-figure domain name investor? If so, what strategy are you currently using for your investment bracket? Take a look at what other domain investors are saying about this bracket of investing.

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Map24.com sold for $18,500

Posted on 17 September 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: The 3 letter .co domain market today / Short mixed alphanumeric domain investments / .in Domains for USD $2.99 / and more…

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

Buying 3L.com,4L.com, 1 word com, io,co, 3L.co,io.net – Budget: Up to $85,000.00 – You may want to check your domain portfolio for one of these three-letter .com, four-letter .com, one-word .com, .io or .co’s, or three-letter .co, .io, or .net’s outlined in this buyers brief. This could be an opportunity for some quick reinvestment capital.

Liquidate your 4 L .com’s – Budget: Up to $100.00 ea. – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these four-letter .com domains if you need some fast cash in your pocket this weekend.

Short mixed alphanumeric domain investments – Have you ever invested into a short alphanumeric domain name before? Is there a category or niche name you label them? Take a peak at what some investors are saying about them.

.in Domains for USD $2.99 – If you have been on the fence debating on investing into a new .in ccTLD registration, but didn’t like the price-point, this might be a handy promotion for you to save some money.

The 3 letter .co domain market today – Are you investing into three-letter .co ccTLD’s? If so, what kind of current trend are you seeing with them? Would you consider them good investments in today’s market? Check out what some investors think.

Map24.com sold for $18,500 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a three-letter-word + two-numbers, .com for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Made Up, pronounceable, brandable names for hand registration

Posted on 09 September 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Where to quickly liquidate your unwanted domain names / Thoughts about the new gTLD .Social / Xpose.com sold for $8,256 / and more…

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

Buying Domains (up to $500 each) – If you have any .com domain names that meet this buyers guidelines and needing some fast spending cash in your pocket for this weekend, this could be a chance to do so.

Buying BB Published Names – Budget: Up to $30.00 ea. – If you have some BrandBucket published domain names that you would be willing to liquidate for some fast cash, this might be an opportunity.

Thoughts about the new gTLD .Social – Are you investing into any of the new gTLD .social domains? Why are you investing into them? Share some of your .social research and compare notes with other .social investors.

Xpose.com sold for $8,256 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a five-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Where to quickly liquidate your unwanted domain names – Every domain investor finds them self with a stack of domain names from time to time that they decide they no longer want or were bad investments. Where do you liquidate your bulk lots of domains you want to purge quickly for reinvestment capital? Check out where others are selling.

Made Up, pronounceable, brandable, names for hand registration – Do you invest into made-up, pronounceable, brandable domain names that are available for registration still? Possibly for a future start-up company that might like it? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying these types of investments.

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The strategy of sending multiple domain names in a single outbound email

Posted on 06 September 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: The hottest industry in the world to invest into domains in right now / How to reply to this outbound response / Trotter.com sold for $21,003 / and more…

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

How to sell an entire domain portfolio – There are several different strategies used when it comes to selling bulk domain portfolios in a package deal. What techniques would you suggest that have worked for you? Check out what’s working for others.

Buying 4L.COM Pronounceable and good Acronyms – Total Budget: $2,000.00 – Are you holding any pronounceable or good acronym four-letter .com domains in your portfolio? If so, this could be an opportunity to liquidate.

Looking for CBD .com Domains – Total Budget: $200.00 – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these CBD related domain names that this buyer is looking for. This could be a chance for some fast cash in your pocket.

Trotter.com sold for $21,003 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven-letter, single-word, .com domain name for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

The strategy of sending multiple domain names in a single outbound email – Have you ever tried the strategy of sending multiple domain names in a single email to a single potential buyer as a buffet of choices before? How did that work out for you? Take a peak at what other domain investors are saying about it.

The hottest industry in the world to invest into domains in right now – When it comes to trending markets to ride the wave on, what markets do you think are ripe for investing into domain assets in? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying.

How to reply to this outbound response – When it comes to selling domain name assets using outbound email strategies, it’s important to have your rebuttals in order. If you received a reply from a potential buyer you emailed like this one, what would your rebuttal be?

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