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Paying taxes for your domain sales

Posted on 14 October 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Facts, figures and statistics that make domains more valuable than others / Worst domain ever purchased / sold for $3,516 / And more!

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

The important of backlinks when it comes to marketing to buyers – Do you focus on backlinks when pitching a potential buyer? What strategy are you using when presenting them? Look at what others are doing.

Are election domains for 2020 trending? – Are you investing in election domain names for the year 2020? Share some of your research and compare notes with other like-minded investors. – Wait! What? Now, that’s a playful domain than go various directions (Why so salty?). Do you think the nostalgia of it is enough to give it value? What do you think it’s worth?

Facts, figures and statistics that make domains more valuable than others – What facts, figures, and statistics do you use to value your domain assets? Take a peek at what other domain investors do when evaluating a domain name. sold for $3,516 – Not a bad domain name sales report for four-figures. So you think that should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Worst domain ever purchased – What was the worst domain name you ever purchased and why? Check out what other domain investors purchased and why they did it.

Paying taxes for your domain sales – Are you or have you already been paying taxes for your domain name sales? This seems to be a topic that comes up from time to time and very important to follow.

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Real Life Story – How This Girl Made over $30,000 in 1 Month from Her Sites! Plus – My Commentary.

Posted on 19 April 2008 by Lord Brar

She Made $30,000 in 1 Month From her Sites!

A few days ago a member on WickedFire who uses the moniker PFNetwork posted a thread about How She Made over $30,000 in 1 Month from Her Sites and is a pretty inspirational story about how to make money online.

I asked her if I could reprint her story on and she was kind enough to allow me to do so. Read on to learn how she did it and my own commentary on her story. Continue Reading

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