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Five Figure Domain Sales right after relocating to Malaysia!

Posted on 17 September 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: How To Check If a Domain was used for a Scam/Spam in the Past / SEXE.com Sold for $231,223 / Your Top 5 Domain Acquisitions (No Handregs) / and More…

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

Buying a 1-word .COM – $50k budget – Do you have any single-word .com domain names in your portfolio that you would liquidate for some reinvestment capital? If so, and it meets this buyers guidelines, you could be in luck.

Buying Weather/Forecast related domains – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these weather or forecast domain names. If you need some fast cash for this weekend, this might be an opportunity.

Red.tv sold for $38,537 – Another five-figure .tv ccTLD sales report to rick the charts. These .tv’s just keep flying off the shelf. Should it have sold for more?

How To Check If a Domain was used for a Scam/Spam in the Past – How do you check the authority and credibility of a domain names past history? Take a peak at what some domain investors do to check the history of a domain name and compare notes.

Your Top 5 Domain Acquisitions (No Handregs) – What are your top five domain name acquisitions that are not hand registrations? Check out what some domain investors top domain acquisitions are.

SEXE.com Sold for $231,223 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain for six-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Five Figure Domain Sales right after relocating to Malaysia! – Have you ever had a streak of unexpected domain name sales hit back to back when you least expected it? Take a look at this domain investors story!

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CannaRx.com sold for $8,938

Posted on 13 September 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying ( One Dictionary word ) + ( .com ) Only – Budget: Up to $80,000.00 / $50M startup company uses .ai domain / .Loan drops under 50k registrations / and More…

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

Buying 4L.com with AI, VR, BOT, CAR, CBD – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for a four-letter .com containing ai, vr, bot, car, or cbd. This buyer is ready for a fast deal if you need some quick spending cash this weekend,

Buying leaf domains – Total Budget: $500.00 – If you have any “Leaf” domain names in your portfolio sitting around you may want to liquidate, this might be an opportunity to do so.

Buying Domain for Home Brew website – Budget: Up to $20.00 – Do you have any home brew related domain names that would work great for this buyer looking to develop a business brand with it cost effectively?

Buying ( One Dictionary word ) + ( .com ) Only – Budget: Up to $80,000.00 – Be sure to triple check your portfolio for one of these sing-dictionary-word .com’s. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction that could help you liquidate fast for reinvestment capital.

$50M startup company uses .ai domain – If you like to follow new start-ups that invest in domains names to build their brand on that are not a .com, this $50,000,000.00 start-up doing it with a .ai might be a good read.

.Loan drops under 50k registrations – Are you investing in .loan gTLD’s? Has the drop in registration effected you at all that you have noticed or is it still business as usual? Take a look at what some .loan domain investors are saying.

CannaRx.com sold for $8,938 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven-letter, word + abbreviation/acronym, .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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Herbs.cx purchased for $22 and flipped in 3 weeks for $300

Posted on 30 August 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Volunteer.org sold for $15,000 / Should the second highest bidder pay if the highest bidder didn’t pay? / Using a domain purchase price to estimate resell value / and More…

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

Looking for Expiring/Unwanted Aged Domains | COM, NET, ORG | Budget $200 – If you have any expiring or unwanted aged domain names and want some fast cash to soak up some of your investment costs, this might be an opportunity to unload them.

Ai+(keyword).com only! – Budget: Up to $100.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for an ai + keyword domain name that meets this buyers guideline. It might be an opportunity to liquidate for some weekend spending money.

Fastest Flip in the west! – What is the fastest domain name flip from acquisition to resale that you have ever seen and confirm actually happened? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying the fastest flip was.

Using a domain purchase price to estimate resell value – How many of you use the purchase price of a domain name asset as a variable to determine what it shout be resold for? Is there a solid strategy in doing that or should such a variable not be used at all?

Should the second highest bidder pay if the highest bidder didn’t pay? – This seems to be a more common occurrence than some may think. Where a winning bidder at a marketplace fails to pay and the seller immediately offers it to the second highest bidder. Is it wise to pay or wait for a new auction?

Volunteer.org sold for $15,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a nine-letter dictionary-word .org domain for five-figures. I would have guessed it would have sold for much more than it did. What abut you?

Herbs.cx purchased for $22 and flipped in 3 weeks for $300 – That’s not a bad return on investment in three-weeks for a five-letter .cx ccTLD. Have you ever flipped a domain name that fast for a great return like they did?

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FUP.com sold for $20,455

Posted on 22 August 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Tyc999.com sold for $6,701 / Discuss and Share Token Domains / Where to sell .uk domain easily / and More…

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

Interview with the DNA (Domain Name Association) – How much do you actually know about Domain Name Association (DNA)? Take a peak at what what the founders said in an interview and learn more about their core mission.

Buying 2 keyword Domains for my clients – Budget: Up to $300.00 – If you have a two-word .com in your portfolio that meets this buyers specified criteria, you might have an opportunity to liquidate for some quick spending cash this weekend.

Buying BB Keyword Listed names – Total Budget: $2,200.00 – This buyer is seeking a bulk lot of brandable domain names listed at BrandBucket and ready for a smooth transaction you want to liquidate.

Looking for 4L .com domains; minimum 20 years old required – Total Budget: $2,500.00 – Be sure to triple-check your portfolio for one of these four-letter .com’s that meets this investors guideline. This could be an opportunity for a fast liquidation.

Discuss and Share Token Domains – Are you investing in token domain name assets? How is the market doing for you? Check out what token investors are saying and compare notes.

Where to sell .uk domain easily – Is there really such a thing as a place to sell a .uk ccTLD easily or are all the places about the same? Take a look at what some .uk domain investors are saying.

FUP.com sold for $20,455 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a three-letter .com domain for five-figures, however, I would have guessed it would fetch a bit more than it did. Do you think it should have sold for more or less?

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When something goes wrong, is it you or the extension?

Posted on 15 August 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: At what point do you… / RJ (Founder of namePros) makes the news / New .DESIGN Domains for $11.99 / and More…

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

Buying home audio/sound/stereo based name – budget up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these home audio, sound, or stereo based domain names if you’re looking for some quick spending cash this weekend.

(dot) food extension – Are you investing into the new gTLD .food? Share some of your experience and research with other .food investors and compare notes with their findings.

9 Alternative Hotel Options for NamesCon 2020 – If you’re going to be attending Namecon 2020 in Austin, Texas, this might be interesting to check out so you can find the most cost effective place to stay for the event.

RJ (Founder of namePros) makes the news – For those of you domain investors that remember RJ (Founder of namePros), this might be a cool fast forward article for you to see what he’s up to today.

New .DESIGN Domains for $11.99 – Are you investing into the new gTLD .design at all? If so and you’re looking to save a little on your next registration, this might be a good deal for you.

At what point do you… – What do you think? Is there ever a point where one completely stops investing in domain names or do they slowly trim down and just buy less, but better quality?

When something goes wrong is it you or the extension? – Do you blame yourself or the domain extension when an investment seems to be going the opposite direction you anticipated?

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Taglines Should Be Registered First

Posted on 07 August 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Never contact whois email of dropping domain… / ARDY.com sold for $6,900 / .actor cheap renewals / and More…

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

WANTED ONE-WORD NAMES IN .IO – Budget: Up to $100.00 – If you have any single-word .io ccTLD’s in your portfolio that meet this buyers specified criteria, this might be an opportunity to liquidate.

McDonald’s loses second ‘Mc’ trademark case against Supermac’s – For those of you that like following UDRP cases, this one might be interesting to read. It just goes to show that even some of the biggest franchises can’t just take your domain name.

Domains that need to go together – How do you sell domain names that should go together? Do you bulk lot them, make small batches, or sell individually? Take a look at what some investors say works best.

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

.actor cheap renewals – What is the cheapest .actor renewal fee you have found out there and at what registrar? Are they all the same or is there a discount someone runs to save a little money in renewal fee’s? Take a peak at what some investors shared.

Never contact whois email of dropping domain… – Have you ever tried to get a domain name from the previous owner during a pendingDelete status, just for them to renew it and counter for more? Check out this story.

Taglines Should Be Registered First – What is your take on tag line inspired domain name investments? Is it a gray area or could there be legal issues? Take a look at what some domain name investors are saying.

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Civex.com sold to Rick Schwartz aka DomainKing

Posted on 16 July 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: The best way to sell a 3 letter .com domain / 867777.com sold for $15,850 / Nerd.tv sold for $5000 / and More…

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

Looking for GEO domain names – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Do you have any GEO domain names in your portfolio that meet this buyers specified criteria? If so, this might be an opportunity to liquidate.

The % of a sale that you should charge for NDA – Do you have a set percentage or flat rate you charge for a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) or do you offer that free? Take a peak at what some investors are doing when it comes to NDA’s.

Rockstar.tv sold for $2510 – Did someone say that .tv’s are not selling anymore? It looks like they .tv interest may have resurfaced. There’s been a few reported sales over the last few weeks.

Nerd.tv sold for $5000 – Check it out! Another .tv ccTLD sales report. The babies just keep getting reported.

The best way to sell a 3 letter .com domain – Have you ever sold a three-letter .com? What was your experience and how did you find the buyer? Check out what some domain investors are saying the best ways to sell a three-letter .com is.

867777.com sold for $15,850 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a six-number .com for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Civex.com sold to Rick Schwartz aka DomainKing – I didn’t see that coming. I wonder how much Rick bought that domain asset for. Do you think he bought it for someone else or will he develop a business on it? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying.

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ProDental.com sold for $6,055

Posted on 08 July 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Why google searches affect your domains / .com domains (From $1000 -$25,000 per domain) / $1.25 .co registration promo / and More…

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

Buying Brandable Domain Names – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Need some quick capital and have a brandable domain name that meets this buyers guideline? Check out what they need to see if you have it.

Buying four-letter .com – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Do you have any four-letter .com’s that meet this buyers specified criteria you want to liquidate fi=or some fast cash?

One word .net, .org, .io – Budget: Up to $200.00 – Have any single-word .net, .org, or .io domain names sitting and collecting dust? If so, check out this buyers criteria to see if yours can recoup some of the investment you made.

.com domains (From $1000 -$25,000 per domain) – Be sure to double check your portfolio for a domain name that fits this investors guideline. They have a large budget and motivated to buy quality .com domains.

Why google searches affect your domains – Have you ever monitored Google search to see how your domain keywords and phrases do? Check out what some domain investors are saying about this topic.

$1.25 .co registration promo – If you were on the fence about registering a new .co ccTLD, this might be an opportunity to save some money.

ProDental.com sold for $6,055 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a nine-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?

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Can domain investors unite to raise asset value across the board?

Posted on 04 July 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying brandable domain names – Budget: Up to $500.00 each / Noteworthy UDRP Domain Name Decisions for 2019 / SingleBoerSen.de sold for $22,566 / and More…

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

Looking to buy four letter .com’s [LLLL.COM] – Budget: Up to $300.00 each – Are you holding any four-letter .com domain name assets that fit this buyers criteria you would be willing to liquidate?

CompareTrip.com – This is an interesting two-word, eleven-letter, .com domain name in the vacation/travel industry niche. What do you think this domain is worth in today’s market?

Buying brandable domain names – Budget: Up to $500.00 each – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these brandable domain names if you you’re looking for some fast cash.

Share your CHAINLINK Domains – Are you investing into chainlink domain names and have a few you’re proud of? Share your best ones and take a look at what other domain investors own.

SingleBoerSen.de sold for $22,566 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a thirteen-letter, .de, ccTLD for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Noteworthy UDRP Domain Name Decisions for 2019 – If you like to follow UDRP cases, this sums up all the ones in 2019 so far. Take a look as some of the UDRP winners and losers in 2019

Can domain investors unite to raise asset value across the board? – What do you think? Is it possible to raise domain asset value across the board if all domain investors raised their prices and stuck to it or would it make it harder for newer investors to tap into the market?

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MikeHall.com sold for $9,500

Posted on 02 July 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: Share Your Arabic Language Domains Registered In The Latin Alphabet / Will new cyber security tools/filters kill “ALL” typo domains? / .TOP new domains for $0.99! / and More…

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

Buying a LLL.com Domain – Budget: Up to $10,000.00 – Do you have a three-letter .com sitting in your portfolio that you would be willing to liquidate for a quick $10,000.00? If so, this might be an opportunity.

Buying Commerce Related Domains – Budget: Up to $500.00 – If you have any commerce related .com domains you want to liquidate for some fast cash, this might be an opportunity.

Domain extension prices fluctuating at registrars – Why do you think that some domain extensions prices fluctuate at some registrars? Check out what some domain investors think.

Share Your Arabic Language Domains Registered In The Latin Alphabet – Do you have any Arabic language domains registered in the Latin alphabet sitting in your portfolio? Share your best ones and check out what other investors own.

Will new cyber security tools/filters kill “ALL” typo domains? – What do you think about new cyber technologies going after niche specific domain names and blocking them from viewers within a secured network?

.TOP new domains for $0.99 – If you were thinking about jumping on the .top boat and registering one, this $0.99 promotion might be the solution for you.

MikeHall.com sold for $9,500 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-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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