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Domain Sales Newsletter Case Study – Part 25

Posted on 08 February 2016 by Andrei

When it comes to LLLL dot coms, this much is certain: nobody knows anything and the price increase of premium LLLLs over the past week (up 10% – 15%) proves just that. Due to the Chinese New Year, most people expected activity to slow down substantially but the exact opposite happened. Prices went up, activity went up.

I’m telling you something I’ve learned myself over the past few months: nobody knows what will happen next.

From complete beginners to huge players, we can all guess but at the end of the day, nobody knows.

Nobody.

The “wild west” situation we currently find ourselves in is the most fascinating thing I’ve witnessed in my entire domaining career. By far.

Here’s the full text of today’s newsletter and as always, the domains will be removed within 48-ish hours so as not to get indexed:

“It’s been a very good week for premium LLLLs, prices shot up 10% – 15% and the interest level went up even more based on the vibe I’m getting. One would have expected the past week to be less than exciting, with the Chinese New Year and everything but it seems the exact opposite happened.

Today, I’m selling my best LLLL dot coms:

– edited: the domains have been removed –

To let me know which domain(s) you want to buy, reply to this email or send me a message at andrei@domainingtips.com.

First come, first served. If someone else beats you to it, he gets the domain, even if you offer more afterwards.

Payment via Escrow.com, buyer pays fees.

All of the domains are at GoDaddy, easy push.

Again: reply to this email or send a message to andrei@domainingtips.com to let me know which domain(s) you want to buy.

I wish all of my Chinese subscribers a Happy New Year and hope everyone else has an awesome week!

All the best,
Andrei”

2 Comments For This Post

  1. Jake Says:

    You been not selling these names for a month now lol

  2. Andrei Says:

    @Jake: Umm… I’ve sold 9 chips over the past week, how many domains have you sold?

    Not just chips or short domains but domains in general… how many have you sold over the past week?

    You seem to have adopted a very patronizing tone, so I assume you sell way more than me, feel free to share your wisdom with us mere mortals 🙂

 
 
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