The trials and tribulations of outbound marketing for domain names

Posted on 28 June 2018 by NamePros Daily

Today: Sold for $86,892 / The logic behind high price end-user sales / About .Domains….do you own any? / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: SOLD for 50,000 USD – Wow! That is a nice .ca ccTLD mid-five digit sale if I ever saw one. Why do you think is sold for so much? – Seems like an interesting domain asset, but does it really have a market that can be monetized good enough to justify an investment?

Please appraise EKDK dot com – I don’t know about you, but I think four letter .com’s have a liquid floor value. What do you think this particular four letter .com is worth?

The logic behind high price end-user sales – If you’ve been research sales data for a while, you may have a good grasp on high priced domain logic. Share your notes with others and see what they found out. Sold for $86,892 – Now that, is a very nice high five digit sale for brandable domain name asset. Would you have guessed the domain would have sold for that much?

About .Domains….do you own any? – How many of the new gTLD .domains do you have in your portfolio? Share the best ones and compare notes with other .domains investors.

The trials and tribulations of outbound marketing for domain names – What kind of success have you had or have not had? Is there a trick to getting a working strategy?

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