How I sold a single domain twice to the same company

Posted on 07 May 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: 4L com pricing is going crazy / Problems Registering Emoji domains / The Term “Bank” in a Domain Name / And more!

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

How to look for two words .com non-registered domain names – Are you investing into two word .com domain names? Does the method described here hold any water or is it just hype? How do you find the gold in two word .coms?

The best person to contact within *larger* companies – Just about every company has what salesmen call a gatekeeper. This is the person you have to get passed to talk with the decision maker. But, how do you bypass the gatekeeper? And who is the decision maker for a domain investment? drop procedure – Are there any investors that grab them on the drop? If so, what exactly is the drop proceedure for a Is it different than .us or other ccTLDs?

The Term “Bank” in a Domain Name – If you are not a licensed and insured financial institution, can you get into trouble owning a domain asset with the word “bank” in it?

4L com pricing is going crazy – Are you seeing the same thing with the amount of money some four letter .com’s are selling for tthat most people normally wouldn’t spend a fraction of the amount on?

Problems Registering Emoji domains  – Has anyone else ran into similar issues registering emoji (IDN) domain names before? Seems like an odd situation.

How I sold a single domain twice to the same company – Very interesting story. Have you ever sold the same domain to the same company two times? I bet it’s not as easy as they made it look.

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