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Most Valuable Expired Domains In History

Posted on 29 September 2021 by NamePros Daily

Today: Lazy or active domaining strategy? / Artifact.xyz sold for $7,888 / Share your most popular domain name taken in the most extensions / and more…

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

CVCV and VCCV .com wanted – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 – Are you holding any of these cvcv or vccv .com domains that this buyer wants? If so, this could be your chance at some reinvestment capital.

Buying BB or SH published names – Budget: $1-$50 – If you have any of these BrandBucket or SquadHelp domains that this buyer is looking for, it could lead to some quick cash in your wallet.

Buying .org, .de, .io, .co .vc domains taken in over 5 extensions ($1-$100) – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these .org, .de, .io, .co, .vc domains that this buyer needs. This could be an opportunity at some fast spending cash for this weekend.

Share your most popular domain name taken in the most extensions – Do you own a domain asset that’s taken in multiple extensions? Check out how many extensions some domains are taken in other investors own and compare notes.

Artifact.xyz sold for $7,888 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-letter, dictionary-word, .xyz gTLD for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Lazy or active domaining strategy? – Which side of the strategy spectrum do you land in? Are you a laid back or lazy domain investor waiting for buyers to come to you or do you actively look for buyers?

Most Valuable Expired Domains In History – What is the most valuable expired domain you have ever seen drop and get caught by someone else? Take a look at what some investors are saying.

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KaabooDelMar.com sold for $14,650

Posted on 05 September 2021 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domain negotiation failed – they are building site on the plural / What to look at before buying an expired domain / How do you read or pronounce “SUWP”? / and more…

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

The Appraisal of Wank.Wang – This is an interesting domain that has some comedy or adult nature in it, but is it good enough to have some liquid value in today’s market? What would you Appraise it for?

What to look at before buying an expired domain – Share your expired domain investing strategy and compare notes with other expired domain investors to see what they look for before pulling the trigger.

Domain negotiation failed – they are building site on the plural – Have you ever ran into a negotiation where the plural was being used and they just wouldn’t budge on switching to your shorter singular version? Check out this domain resellers story and compare notes.

How do you read or pronounce “SUWP”? – Do you read this like “SUP” with the W silent or do you read it like “SOUP”, where the UW mimics the OU? Take a look at what some people think.

KaabooDelMar.com sold for $14,650 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a twelve-letter, three-word, long-tail, .com domain for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than it sold for?

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JustMe.com sold for $6,830

Posted on 14 March 2021 by NamePros Daily

Today: Instant Cash – Buying SH Premium domain – Total Budget: $1,000.00 / Best Venue(s) for Domain Hacks / Is A Collectively Owned Registrar A Good Idea? / and more…

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

Buying domain with a high DA/PA | 4 years or more | .com only – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these high DA and PA .com domains that are at least four-years-old. This could be a chance at some fast spending cash.

Instant Cash – Buying SH Premium domain – Total Budget: $1,000.00 – If you have some premium SquadHelp domains that you would be willing to liquidate in bulk, this could be an opportunity to make some instant cash in your pocket.

Best Venue(s) for Domain Hacks – When it comes to domain hacks, what would you say, in your experience, is the best place to resell them? Check out what some domain investors are saying about it.

Is A Collectively Owned Registrar A Good Idea? – Have you ever thought about a domain investor coop ownership of a registrar service? Would something like that work in more than just theory?

JustMe.com sold for $6,830 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a six-letter, two-word, .com domain a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Dena-Ec.com sold for $4,978

Posted on 07 January 2021 by NamePros Daily

Today: How to determine if my domain is worth parking / Protecting your brand / Long tail and weird domains sold for $xx,xxx / and more…

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

Buying Service or Product Name(s) in .COM – Budget: Up to $1,500.00 – Are you holding any of these service or product related domain names in your portfolio that you would be willing to liquidate for some fast cash in your pocket?

Email forwarding solution for domain investors – What are you currently doing or using for your email forwarding needs? Are you even running successful outbound campaigns? Check out this solution and what some people are saying.

How to determine if my domain is worth parking – Not all domain name assets are created equal and most of them won’t make you any money by parking them. How do you determine which domain names will make money parking to avoid the hassle of listing ones that won’t? Take a look at what’s being said.

Protecting your brand – How are you actively protecting your brand in today’s market? Take a look at what this domain name investor found and compare notes.

Long tail and weird domains sold for $xx,xxx – Has anyone else started seeing this weird trend of long-tail and odd looking domain name assets selling for five-figures? Which ones have you seen fly off the shelf that you think shouldn’t have?

Dena-Ec.com sold for $4,978 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven-character, word + hyphen + two-letter, .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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UsHomes.com sold for $8,090

Posted on 17 December 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: (.)tax Showcase and Discuss new gTLD / Selling Domains Via Social Media / Another Domain Appraisal Scam / and more…

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

Buying one word io – Budget: Up to $2,500.00 – Are you holding a single-word .io ccTLD that meets this buyers specified criteria? If so, this could be an opportunity to liquidate.

Positive Emotions/Mind/Soul – 2 word .com ($5k) – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these two-word emotions, mind, or soul related domain names that this buyer is looking for. This could be a chance at some quick reinvestment capital.

Selling Domains Via Social Media – Has anyone else had any luck using social media platforms to sell domain name assets? It looks like it’s not a strategy for everyone. Share your experience and check out what some investors are saying.

(.)tax Showcase and Discuss new gTLD – Are you investing into any of the new .tax gTLD’s? What would you say is your best one? Share your top quality .tax domain and compare notes with what other .tax domain investors own.

Another Domain Appraisal Scam – It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to getting emails like this ones looking to appraise your domain before purchasing it. Have you seen this one yet?

UsHomes.com sold for $8,090 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven letter, two-word, .com domain 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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Ghost.co sold for $11,000

Posted on 09 December 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Top Social Media Marketing Tips / Buying old 2 keywords dot com – Total Budget: $5,000.00 / $1 .eu, .click and .link (No Limit) / and more…

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

Buying 1 word .IO domains – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 ea. – Are you holding one of these single-word .io ccTLD’s in your domain portfolio that you would be willing to liquidate for some spending cash this weekend? If so, this could be an opportunity.

Buying old 2 keywords dot com – Total Budget: $5,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these aged two-word .com domain name assets that this buyer is looking for. This could be a chance at some fast cash in your pocket.

Top Social Media Marketing Tips – Are you currently utilizing social media to promote your domain name assets for sale? What are some of the strategies you use that work? Check out what other domain investors are saying works.

$1 .eu, .click and .link (No Limit) – If you have been on the fence and debating on investing into a new .eu, .click, or .link domain, but didn’t like the price point, this might be an opportunity to save some cash.

Ghost.co sold for $11,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a five-letter, dictionary-word, .co, ccTLD for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Using Identity Versus Alias on Domain Marketplace Platforms

Posted on 07 December 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: ZunZun.com sold for $8,401 / Domain name portfolio assessment strategy / Buying Pronounceable LLLL.com – Budget: Up to $2,000.00 / and more…

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

Looking for 2 and 3 word .com – Total Budget: $1,000.00 – Are you holding a two or three-word .com with a Godaddy appraisal that exceeds $2,000? If so, this might be an opportunity to get some fast spending cash for this weekend.

Buying pronounceable 5L .com domains – Budget: Up to $100.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these pronounceable, five-letter, .com domains that this buyer is looking for. This could be a chance for some quick cash.

Buying Pronounceable LLLL.com – Budget: Up to $2,000.00 – If you are holding one of these four-letter, pronounceable .com’s outlined in this buyers specified criteria, this could be an opportunity at some liquid reinvestment cash.

ZunZun.com sold for $8,401 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a six-letter, two-word, .com domain for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Using Identity Versus Alias on Domain Marketplace Platforms – Do you use your real name on domain marketplace platforms to establish more instant trust or do you think it doesn’t make a difference and use an alias? Share your thoughts and take a look how other investors do it.

Domain name portfolio assessment strategy – Is there a specific strategy that you use to assess the value of a domain name portfolio? Take a look at how some domain investors assess domain value and compare notes.

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221199.com sold for $10,000

Posted on 01 December 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: How long do you wait to list hand regged domains? / What is your fav domains newsletter and why? / Appraising 0mm.org / and more…

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

Looking to buy 1-2 LLL.net domains – Budget: Up to $600.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these two to three-letter .net domain names outlined in this buyers guideline. This could be a chance to liquidate.

Appraising 0mm.org – This is an interesting number + two-letter .org domain, but is it good enough to have some value in today’s market? What would you appraise this short three-character .org for?

What is your fav domains newsletter and why? – There are hundreds, maybe thousands of domain name related news letters out there you can subscribe to, but which one is the best? Share your favorites and check out what others follow.

How long do you wait to list hand regged domains? – Do you have a set amount of time that you hold a hand-registered domain name before you list it for sale or do you list it as soon as you register it? Take a look at what some domain investors do.

221199.com sold for $10,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a six-number .com domain name for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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NewportNews.com sold for $12,338

Posted on 29 November 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: Hand Regger’s….Where Do Your Ideas Come From? / Domainers that succeeded in developing their domain names / Earning Money from Expired Domains / and more…

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

Looking for NAME*****.COM domains – Budget: Up to $700.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for one of these name + word .com domain names that this buyer is looking for. This could be an opportunity to liquidate.

Cheap Landing Page Development – What is the cheapest landing page development option that you have ever ran into? Check out what some investors are paying and compare notes.

Earning Money from Expired Domains – When it comes to expired domain names, have you found a way to monetize them good enough to earn revenue consistently? What strategy are you using? Take a peak at what some investors are doing with their expired domains.

Domainers that succeeded in developing their domain names – Have you successfully developed a domain name that took off into a solid brand? Which one was it? Take a look at what some domain investors developed years ago that are still running strong today.

Hand Regger’s….Where Do Your Ideas Come From? – When it comes to registering domain names each domain investor has a different strategy or technique to identify the best investments. How do you come up with good ideas? Check out what some domain investors do.

NewportNews.com sold for $12,338 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eleven-letter, two-word, GEO, .com domain for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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9WineTour.com sold for $7,193

Posted on 25 November 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: 5 letter dot com discussion and sales reports / .fyi and .directory extensions investment potential / Buying 3l .de domains (Germany) – Budget: Up to 5,000.00-€ / and more…

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

Buying 4 Letter .com – Budget: Up to $200.00 – Are you holding any four-letter .com domain names that meet this buyers specified criteria? If so, this could be an opportunity to liquidate for some quick cash in your pocket.

Buying 4 letter .com (LLLL.com) – any letter, no restrictions – Total Budget: $800.00 – Be sure to double-check your domain name portfolio for one of these four-letter .com domains listed in this buyers guideline. This might be a chance at some fast weekend spending money.

Buying 3l .de domains (Germany) – Budget: Up to 5,000.00-€ – If you are holding one of these three-letter .de ccTLD’s in your portfolio, you might be able to pocket some reinvestment capital from this buyer. Take a look at their requirements.

.fyi and .directory extensions investment potential – What side of the fence do you land on when it comes to investing new gTLD’s like .fyi and .directory? Do you see any short or long-term potential with those assets? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying about them.

5 letter dot com discussion and sales reports – Are you investing into any five-letter .com domain names? What kind of sales have you had so far? Share some of your experience and compare notes with other five-letter .com domain investors.

9WineTour.com sold for $7,193 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a single-number + eight-letter (Two-word), nine-character, .com domain 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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