How to identify the decision maker at a company to sell a domain

Posted on 31 July 2020 by NamePros Daily

Today: The best domain parking companies in 2020 / AngelCity.com sold for $60,000 / The benefit of investing into numeric domains / and more…

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

Want to buy a pronounceable 4L .com Names – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain portfolio for one of these pronounceable four-letter .com domains like this buyers looking for. This might be a chance for some quick pocket money.

Buying One word .me that makes complete sense as a phrase – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these single-word .me hacks outlined in this buyers specified criteria. This could be an opportunity to liquidate your .me.

Anthology.tv & Desert.tv Sold – Wow! Two .tv ccTLD’s sold this month that were owned by the same domain investors. Take a look at the details on this domain sales report and compare notes with your sales this month.

The benefit of investing into numeric domains – When it comes to numeric domain names there are a lot of questions that pop up. It’s important as a domain investor to understand why numeric domains may or may not be a good investment. Take a look at what some investors are saying about them.

AngelCity.com sold for $60,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a nine-letter, two-word, .com domain for a mid-five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

The best domain parking companies in 2020 – When t comes to parking your domain names that have preexisting traffic to generate some revenue, not all parking companies are created equal. Take a look at what some domain investors say the top parking companies are in 2020 and share which one you think is best.

How to identify the decision maker at a company to sell a domain – When it comes to outbound domain name sales it’s important that you can get passed the gatekeeper and identify the decision maker authorized to purchase a domain name asset on behalf of the company. Take a look at how some investors identify the decision maker.

0 Comments For This Post

3 Trackbacks For This Post

  1. How to identify the decision maker at a company to sell a domain – Domain Observer Says:

    […] How to identify the decision maker at a company to sell a domain […]

  2. How to identify the decision maker at a company to sell a domain - NameBloggers Says:

    […] Source : Domaining Tips | Read More […]

  3. How to identify the decision maker at a company to sell a domain | DN Egg Says:

    […] Read Full Article… […]

Leave a Reply

 
 
Domaining blog recommended by Domaining.comRecommended by DomainState.com  Recommended by NamePros.com

 
 
 
 
  • Top Commentators (Resets Weekly)