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Domain Investor Vs. End-User – A Negotiation Stand-Off

Posted on 10 January 2019 by NamePros Daily

Today: The best one-liner domain pitches / Fowling.com sold for $4,500 / 9 Domain Predictions for 2019 / And more!

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

Looking to invest in 1 common phrase domain – Budget: Up to $10,000.00 – You might want to double check your portfolio for one of these common phrase domain names. This investor is looking for a smooth transaction if you have the one they want.

Looking for 4 Letter LLLL.COM’s – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Do you have any four-letter .com’s in your portfolio you would sell for up to $1,000.00 that meets this buyers specified criteria.

Get.tours – This is an interesting new gTLD with pretty good targeting. What do you think Get.tours is worth in today’s markets?

The best one-liner domain pitches – What’s your best one-liner domain name sales pitch that has worked to sell a domain before? Has it worked more than once? Take a peek at other investors one-liners and compare notes.

Fowling.com sold for $4,500 – That’s not a bad mid-four-figure domain name sales report for a seven-letter, brandable, .com like this one. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it did?

9 Domain Predictions for 2019 – What are you predicting for the new year? Are your predictions similar to these? Take a look at what other domain investors are saying and compare notes.

Domain Investor Vs. End-User – A Negotiation Stand-Off – Have you ever had a long back and for stand-off with an end-user like this one? How long did it take to finally close the deal? Take a look at how this ones unfolding.

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The Accuracy Of Your Own Appraisals

Posted on 25 December 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Buying LLL.com’s (Quick cash) – Budget: Up to $30,000.00 / Indore.com sold for $5,000 / Buying LLLL.com’s, LLL.Net’s, LLL.Org’s, etc. – Budget: Up to $500 / And more!

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

Buying one word .net .org .co .io – Budget: Up to $300.00 – Do you have any single-word .net, .org, .co, or .io domain name assets in your portfolio that you want to sell for an easy $300.00? Take a peek at this buyers guidelines.

Looking for Good Expiring .com Domains – Does your portfolio have any expiring .com’s you want to make some cash one before they drop? This buyer has a budget of up to $10.00 each if they like what you have.

CaffeineCaffeine.com – Are double-repeating word domain names like this one worth anything in today’s markets? How much would you appraise this domain asset for?

Buying LLLL.com’s, LLL.Net’s, LLL.Org’s, etc. – Budget: Up to $500 – Do you have one of these four-letter .com’s, three-letter .net’s, or three-letter .org’s in your portfolio and need a quick $500.00? Take a look at this buyers specified criteria to see if you have what they need.

UniqueCo.com Sold for $5,600 – That’s not too bad of a mid-five-figure domain name sales report for a eight-letter, word + abbreviation .com. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Buying LLL.com’s (Quick cash) – Budget: Up to $30,000.00 – Do you have any three-letter .com’s in your portfolio you want to liquidate for some quick capital? Be sure to check out this buyers guidelines.

The Accuracy Of Your Own Appraisals – How accurate do you think you appraise your own domain names? Let’s put it to the test. Comp[are your appraisal with what others thinks and check put what other investors appraise their own domains for too.

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Exact Match Domains (EMD’s) In Today’s Market

Posted on 21 December 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Recent hand registrations that sold fast / 72K.com sold for $9,192 / 2019 predicted to be the year for weird domain names / And more!

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

Buying Pronounceable llll.com – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of the pronounceable four-letter .com domain assets. If you’re needing some quick cash and want to liquidate, this might be your chance.

Are high spam tlds worth the time/money? – What do you think? What if it’s premium domain asset with bad spam history? Does that make it safer investment? Look at some of the answers so far.

How old were you when you registered on Namepros? – Care to share? What have you learned in that time-frame? Peek in on this discussion to see what veterans have learned in their time or share your own story.

2019 predicted to be the year for weird domain names – How true do you think that prediction is? Have we already seen the biggest year for that or has it just been the tip of the iceberg? Take a look at what investors are saying.

72K.com sold for $9,192 – That’s not a bad number-number-letter .com d0main name sales report, however, I would have thought it would sell for more. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Recent hand registrations that sold fast – Did you recently hand register a domain name asset and flip it pretty quick? How long did it take? Share your story and take a look at what other domain investors are saying.

Exact Match Domains (EMD’s) In Today’s Market – Have you been or are you currently investing in EMD’s (Exact match domains)? How have they been doing for you? Some research is claiming that EMD’s are alive and well, maybe even stronger than ever before.

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Buying all kinds of domains! Cash for your domains – Total Budget: $100,000.00

Posted on 09 December 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Seeking LLL.com – Budget: Up to $12,000.00 / Buying Domain for Recycling – Budget: Up to $800.00 / Buying aged domains under 13 characters – Budget: Up to $250.00 ea. / And more!

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

ICRM.com sold for $8,988 – That’s not a bad four-letter .com domain name sales report. Would you guessed that this domain would have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

City + insurance domains – Are you investing in city + insurance related domain name assets? How are the markets doing for you? Take a look at what other domain investors are saying about it.

ClaimCannabis.com – With the recent boom in marijuana/cannabis legalization happening, do you think a domain like ClaimCannabis.com has some liquidity? What would you appraise it for in today’s markets?

Buying Domain for Recycling – Budget: Up to $800.00 – Do you own a recycling related domain name and want to sell it for up to $800.00? You might want to read this buyers guidelines.

Buying aged domains under 13 characters  – Budget: Up to $250.00 ea. – If you have some aged domain name assets that fit this buyer specified criteria, you could make some fast, smooth, wholesale cash. Check it out.

Seeking LLL.com – Budget: Up to $12,000.00 – Here is a Chinese buyer looking for a great wholesale deal on a three-letter .com. If you’re wanting to generate some quick capital by liquidating one of yours, check out their criteria.

Buying all kinds of domains! Cash for your domains – Total Budget: $100,000.00 – Are you looking to liquidate a small portfolio or sell a few domain assets for some quick capital? Take a look at this investor guideline to see if some of your domains qualify.

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Buying various industry related domains – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 ea.

Posted on 29 November 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today:  Monetizing A Domain Name / Buying LLL.CO Domains – Total Budget: $1,000.00 / EduFair.com sold for $3,550 / And more!

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

.TV domainer-to-domainer market – Are you reselling your .tv ccTLD domain assets wholesale to other domain investors? Are you buying wholesale .tv’s? Share your .tv domainer-to-domainer experience and take a peek at what other .tv investors are saying.

Smurry.com – It’s six-letter, pronounceable, brandable, and a .com. Is that enough to give it value in today’s markets? How much do you think Smurry.com is worth?

CZ.com – What’s this? I spy with my little eye a two-letter .com in the top domains section. Is this something you or your client needs in their portfolio?

EduFair.com sold for $3,550 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven-letter, abbreviation + word, .com. Do you thin it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Monetizing A Domain Name – How do you monetize your domain names? Check out all the cool ways other domain investors are monetizing their domain name assets. Compare notes with like-minded investors.

Buying LLL.CO Domains – Total Budget: $1,000.00 – Do you have any three-letter .co domain assets in your portfolio you want to liquidate in bulk? This buyer has a bulk budget of up to $1,000.00.

Buying various industry related domains – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 ea. – Be sure to check your portfolio for wine, coffee, spirits, gourmet, bio, vegan, organic, drone, cybersecurity, or travel domains. This buyer is looking to buy a few.

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Short Domains and Joining the Dots …….

Posted on 14 November 2018 by Graham Haynes

GGRG.com has a much publicised quarterly report on the market for short domains. The stand out performer in terms of sales volume in a very dry selling market was LLL.com at $11.4 million. What has become clear with a bit of digging is that 4.CN unloaded over 250 LLL.com very recently, likely to one buyer. The 4.CN owner was in the midst of a fire sale of their portfolio over the last 6 weeks. The lowest BIN price was $23,000 and the highest was near $100,000 – I would suggest they got to a figure around $26,000 each for their portfolio.

LLL.com market is still kicking in contrast to LLLL.com which has seen a 28% drop in the lowest valued names. I believe when valuing 4L.coms many domainers make the mistake of only looking at the availability, being 26 times more than 3L.coms, so therefore they value them at 1/26th of a 3L.com (about 4%). However, that doesn’t take account of demand and you only need to think of how many companies you can recall using a 3 letter acronym compared to a 4 letter acronym. It has to be north of 10 times more companies are using 3 letters instead of 4 letters. Therefore a more sensible valuation would be around half a per cent of a 3L.com. Seems that is where they are heading.

Just an aside $11.4 million dollars of sales means at least 400 3L.coms were sold probably more than in the last 18 months

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