List Of Stolen Four Letter Domain Names

Posted on 19 March 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Domains for Dummies / Personal name cybersquatting / sold for $3656 / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Just one example of many, fraudulent shill bidding – Have you ever run into a shill bidding situation? Do you report it? You probably should! How do you identify shill bidders before deciding to enter an auction?

Dot ONE Extension – Are you a .one new gTLD investor? How are the markets doing right now? Be sure to share your research and compare with others to see who’s strategy is working the best. – This is an interesting ccTLD that definitely has at least a small niche market to target. Maybe something with helpful/medical information and possibly a product to sell. What would you appraise it for?

Domains for Dummies – How would you go about deciding what to do with a portfolio of 1,600 domain names that never sold? Quick flip, keep holding, drop, give-away, or develop?

Personal name cybersquatting – Do you invest in famous actor/musician/athlete domains? If so, what is your experience when it comes to protecting your assets? sold for $3656 – Now that’s a decent four digit sale for I would have pegged it for slightly lower four digits.

List Of Stolen Four-Letter Domain Names – If you invest in four letter domain name assets, you’ll want to take a look at this list to ensure you don’t accidentally invest in something that could lead to problems down the road.

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