How to present the .com to the owner of the ccTLD version

Posted on 09 February 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: California, Silicon Valley Domain Investor Meetup / .CC end user domain markets / Buying Single Spanish word .Com’s / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

How much is your limit on single domain auctions? – Is there a such a thing as a limit on domain auctions? Shouldn’t the “Limit” depend on the domain name being auctioned and not a flat rate that encompasses any domain name? – There is still a lot of money in the online gambling niches, but is there any money in gambling feeds that would justify value for a domain like

Buying Single Spanish word .Com’s – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these single Spanish word .com’s. This investor is ready to buy! – any thoughts? – Lawnmowers are a hot item in the U.S.A., but are they just as hot in the U.K.? What kind of value would you put on

California, Silicon Valley Domain Investor Meetup – Are you in the silicon valley area of California and a domain investor? Interested in meeting up with other like-minded investors like yourself?

.CC end user domain markets – Share your .cc ccTLD statistics and data with other .cc domain investors. Compare notes and brainstorm new strategies.

How to present the .com to the owner of the ccTLD version – Have you had much luck with this strategy? What are some tips that you would recommend when approaching the owner of a ccTLD in the same name as the .com asset you want to sell them?

1 Comments For This Post

  1. Mazino Oyolo Kigho Says:

    I went through the post at NamePro on how to approach someone who has the domain when you have the .com. I think the suggestion is really practical. But for me, I don’t really like ccTLD.