Proof that Hand Reg is NOT dead!

Posted on 17 August 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: sold for $5,655.00 / Contacting endusers / sold for $3,716 / And more!

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

Analysis of Domains – Did you know that all of the four letter .in ccTLD’s were registered? Does that mean that the market just locked and the value is going to start rising like .com and .net started doing?

Where & How to find buyers – Do you have a secret strategy that works to identify the perfect buyer for a domain name asset? Share your strategy and check out the strategies others use. – It’s pronounceable and brandable, but is that enough to give it any value? What would you appraise this domain for in today’s markets? sold for $3,716 – Some people thing that the triple number 666 is unlucky, however, it looks like it was a lucky number for this investor/reseller.

Contacting endusers – What medium do you use to contact potential end users (E.g. eMail, Fax, Phone, SMS, Mail, Social media, etc.)? Check out what other domain ressellers are doing as part of their strategy. sold for $5,655.00 – Wow! Did someone say there was no money in .info domains? Think again! $5,655.00 for is a great motivational sale to prove it.

Proof that Hand Reg is NOT dead! – Have you ever done research like this, casually, and registered a couple gems based on your findings? If you thought hand registering domains was a thing of the past for reselling, you may want to read this.

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