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The best way to monetize traffic domains

Today: I’m doing all my domaining with a tablet. What about you? / DataLand.com sold for $4,071 / The best .CO sales / And more!

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

Buying MozDA 40+ Domains – Budget: Up to $1,500.00 ea. – Be sure to check your portfolio for some of these MozDa domain names. This buyer is ready to buy in bulk, up to $1,500.00 each.

Buying one word .coms – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – If you have any one-word .com domain name assets in your portfolio you would sell for some quick capital, be sure to check out this buyers specified criteria.

The best .CO sales – Are you investing in and successfully reselling .co ccTLD’s? If so, share some of your sales reports. If not, check out what other .co investors are selling to get a better idea of the market.

The appraisal of GlobalWearable.com – Is a global wearable an actual thing? Maybe a product that does better with global connections than others, with local restrictions? Satallite broadband based maybe for global reach? What do you think this domain is worth in today’s market.

DataLand.com sold for $4,071 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-letter, two-word, .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

I’m doing all my domaining with a tablet. What about you? – I use a laptop most times and occasionally a smartphone. What devices are you using today you can’t live without for domain investing? Take a look at what some domain investors are using.

The best way to monetize traffic domains – How are you monetizing your traffic generating domain names? Is there really a best way to do it? Some domain investors think so. Check out what they are saying.

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How to invest $10k in the domain industry

Today: Indian Brands using Generic Phrases – Domains – .IN and .CO.IN / Altamira.com sold for $5,751 / The appraisal of JobBanks.org / And more!

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

SolarJacuzzi.com – What do you think about a solar Jacuzzi? Would you ever use one? It sounds like an interesting invention. What do you think the .com is worth?

Buying 4 letter .com only – Budget: Up to $150.00 – If you are looking to liquidate a four-letter .com for some fast cash, this might be an opportunity. Check out this buyers specified criteria.

Buying NNN.tv – Budget: $50-$100 – Do you have any three-number .tv ccTLD’s in your portfolio you would sell for a quick wholesale price? If so, check out this buyers guideline.

The appraisal of JobBanks.org – A job bank non-profit seems like a good fit. Do you think it fits enough to have value in today’s market though? What would you appraise it for?

Indian Brands using Generic Phrases – Domains – .IN and .CO.IN – Is anyone else following this new generic brand trend going on in India with .in and .co.in domain names? Check it out.

Altamira.com sold for $5,751 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-letter brandable .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

How to invest $10k in the domain industry – If you had $10,000.00 to invest into the domain name industry, how would you go about investing it? Take a look at what other domain investors are suggesting to put the money.

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The importance of Strategic Branding for a Startup’s Success

Today: What to tell an end user that wants more information / Memo.io sold for $9,000 / Free sites to find domain sales history / And more!

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

Buying quality, short and aged .io and .com names ending with -bot – Budget: Up to $100.00 ea. – If you have any quality, short and aged .io and .com names ending with -bot that meets this buyers specified criteria, this buyer is ready to pay fast cash for wholesale pricing.

EscapeFat.com – Weight-loss or weight-prevention? Either way, it sounds like a catchy brand. What do you think it’s worth in today’s market?

5StarKicks.com – What’s this? What does it mean? Maybe it could be a five-star competition of who can kick a ball the farthest? What would something like that be worth though?

Free sites to find domain sales history – Which one of these free sites are you using to find previous domain name sales history? Do you have one to add to the list? Check out what some investors use daily that you might not have known about.

Memo.io sold for $9,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, dictionary-word, .io ccTLD for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more less than what it sold for?

What to tell an end user that wants more information – Have you ever been in a situation where a potential end user actually responds to your outbound email and wants more information? What information did you send? Take a peek at what some investors say is the way to handle it.

The importance of Strategic Branding for a Startup’s Success – Do you consider the strategy of branding when you invest in a domain name so that you can further understand how an end-user will associate to it? Take a look at what a domain investor suggested about it here.

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Best strategy to snap up a good two word .com domain

Today: Will the emoji domain ever take off? / Optim.com sold for $20,420 / The preferred method to verify domain ownership / And more!

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

.Co domain wanted, only one word – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Do you have any single-word .co ccTLD’s in your portfolio that meet this buyers specified criteria? If so, you could be up to four-figures richer.

Buying Travel Related Domain names – Budget: Up to $200.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for a travel related domain name like the one this buyer is looking for. If you’re looking for some quick wholesale cash, this could be an opportunity.

$6.99 .NET Flash Sale from Dynadot – If you were thinking about registering any .net domain name assets you think will have more value in the future, check out this promotion for a $5.99 .net.

The preferred method to verify domain ownership – What method do you use to verify if a seller is the actual owner of a domain name asset you want to buy? Have you used any of the methods these investors have mentioned so far?

Will the emoji domain ever take off? – Have you invested in any emoji IDN’s (Internationalized Domain Name’s)? What kind of research do you have showing that they have potential in the long hold game? When will they take off? Take a peek at what some emoji investors are saying about it.

Optim.com sold for $20,420 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a five-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Best strategy to snap up a good two word .com domain – What strategy are you using right now that effectively identifies and snaps up the perfect two-word .com? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying about it.

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If you could own just 1 domain in the world, which one?

Today: The role of NamePros in your domaining career / ConnectNow.com sold for $9,550 / Renting domain names / And more!

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

.com switches to .app in the wild – Have you seen any other companies switch from a .com gTLD to a .app ngTLD before? Take a look at what this company did that might bring hope to .app investors.

Websites with Adsense Revenue Wanted – Budget: Up to $2,000.00 – Do you have any adsense revenue generating websites that meet this buyers specified criteria? If so, and you want to liquidate it for some fast cash, this might be an opportunity.

Is it legal to register .de domain names in America? – What say you? Are the .de ccTLD restrictions iron clad or is there a loophole for those outside the country to own one without risk of repossession?

Renting domain names – Have you ever thought about renting a domain name or currently renting one? Take a look at this discussion covering a few different areas of the practice.

ConnectNow.com sold for $9,550 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a ten-letter, two-word, .com domain for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

The role of NamePros in your domaining career – How long have you been a member of namePros and what are some of the things you’ve learned in your time there? Take a look at what some domain name investors are saying.

If you could own just 1 domain in the world, which one? – Well? Out of all the domain names out there, no matter who owns them now, if you could have your cherry pick of any one of them, which one would you choose?

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How to contact a domain owner with private whois!

Today: Buying a 4 Letter (4L) LLLL Pronounceable .com – Budget: Up to $25,000.00 / HistoricalTextArchive.com sold for $8,349 / A .app domain sold for $30,000 before it’s first renewal / And more!

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

Buying STADIA domains – Up to $1,000 – Do you have any stadia related domain names in your portfolio you would sell for up to $1,000.00 in cold hard cash? Take a look at this investors guidelines to see if you have what they want.

Everything Starts with a Domain Name – Wouldn’t you agree that everything online starts with a domain name? Check out what some domain investors are saying about the industry as a whole and share your perspective.

HOT.us – Did you see what I saw in the top domain forum today?

Buying a 4 Letter (4L) LLLL Pronounceable .com – Budget: Up to $25,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio again for one of these pronounceable four-letter .com’s outlined in the buyers specified criteria.

A .app domain sold for $30,000 before it’s first renewal – That’s not too bad. Did you anticipate that .app sales in the five-digits would take longer or should they have been selling sooner for that much?

HistoricalTextArchive.com sold for $8,349 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a twenty-two-letter, three-word, .com domain for a high four-figures.

How to contact a domain owner with private whois! – When you run into privacy on a domain names whois, how do you find out who the owner of the domain name is? Take a look at what some domain investors are doing to track down a domain owner.

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The concept of buying expired domains was covered in DarkReading

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Something seems to be in the air in March as I’m noticing quite a few stories that seem to really miss the mark when it comes to understanding the domain industry. Earlier today, DarkReading published an article titled, Are You Prepared for a Zombie (Domain) Apocalypse?

Which in all honestly, does sound pretty darn scary. Until you hear what they mean by a Zombie (Domain) Apocalypse.

They mean, people simply buying expired domains. This is something me and many other domain name investors have done for years. This article makes it sound like anyone who buys expired domains is a shady figure looming in the shadows.

“When a domain registration expires, they can be claimed by new owners. And sometimes, those new owners have malicious intent.” (Source – DarkReading)

Spooky. The reality is, people registering expired domains aren’t usually a big problem online. Like anything in life, a bad person doing something a normal person does can go bad easily. Have a criminal (let’s say someone running a meth lab) moves into a suburban neighborhood and starts a “Breaking Bad” style drug house…well that doesn’t mean that we now should believe that everyone moving into suburban homes is running a drug ring.

The domain name world has long been both not understood and misunderstood. This article highlights another pretty big misunderstanding. The reality is, most people have no idea that you can just buy expired domain names. The people out there registering expired domains are often just investors, not nefarious criminals.

Hey, there are even blogs and newsletters focused on highlighting opportunities in the expired domain market. They aren’t there to support scammers and criminals, they’re supporting investors, just like a real estate investor or stock investor would share places to get good deals on either of those assets.

The silver lining for all of us who choose domain names as an asset class is, the rest of the world still hasn’t quite figured out what we do yet…and maybe that’s okay.

What do you think? I want to hear from you, comment and let your voice be heard!

What’s your best domain worth?

Today: ICANN shuts down Alpnames domain name registrar / Mamie.com sold for $5,300 / What’s up with .Voting? / And more!

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

Looking for Cabinet related domains – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Do you have any cabinet related domain names in your portfolio that you would sell for up to $500.00? Take a look at this buyers specified criteria.

Buying Coffee/Cafe related Domains – Budget: Up to $200.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these coffee or cafe related domain names. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction.

Buying one word .com .net .org .io .co – Budget: $200.00 – Triple check your portfolio for a one word .com .net .org .io .co that meets this buyers guideline if you’re looking to liquidate a few domains for fast cash.

ICANN shuts down Alpnames domain name registrar – This is interesting news. Did anyone else see that coming? Are the rumors true or is it just hype? Take a look at what some investors think about it.

What’s up with .Voting? – Has anyone else seen the price differences at registrars for .voting new gTLD assets? Check out what some people said about this.

Mamie.com sold for $5,300 – That’s not a bad domain name sale for a five-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com domain. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

What’s your best domain worth? – I know you have a few domains that you consider to the best, but what is the number one top domain in your portfolio, hands down? Take a look what some people are saying their best valued domain name is.

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Falling in love with domains again

Today: Negotiation tricks for high ticket domain sales / HealthChoicesPa.com sold for $5,505 / Why Dot-Best new tld may in fact be one of the “best” / And more!

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

Two word exact match .com – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these two-word exact match .com domain names. This buyer is ready for a quick wholesale transaction.

The percentage of assumed end user price a domain investor should pay to acquire a domain – Is there even a fixed percentage for that? Wouldn’t it all depend on multiple variables? How do you determine the reseller price based on the end-user price?

Why 6N.com w/ repeated pattern are worth more when the pattern is at the end and not the beginning – Do you know the answer to this domain evaluation question? Why do you think that there is a difference in value? Take a peek at what some domain investors are saying about it.

HealthChoicesPa.com sold for $5,505 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a fifteen-letter, two-word + one abbreviation, .com domain for a mid-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Negotiation tricks for high ticket domain sales – Do you have some super special negotiation tricks or strategies to help close a big ticket domain name sale? Take a look at what other domain investors do to close a deal and share your experience, too.

Why Dot-Best new tld may in fact be one of the “best” – Wait, did they just say the new .best gTLD might be one of or the best TLD’s? Does someone have any stats to compare to verify or debunk that?

Falling in love with domains again – Have you ever fallen out of love with domain names? Maybe you decided to take a break for a while. It may be time to step back into the game. More and more investors of one time past are coming back to play too.

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How networking helps in domaining

Today: Myths of hand-registered domains / RugbyShirts.com sold for $9,500 / Buying a Two-word domain name related .com – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 / And more!

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

Brandable for apparel startup – Budget: Up to $80.00 – If you have any apparel related brandable domains you want to liquidate for some fast cash, this might be an opportunity.

Need a test domain – Budget: Up to $50.00 – Need an extra fifty-bucks? If you have a test, example, or testing keyword domain in one of the extensions this buyer is looking for, you could pocket that fifty-bucks you wanted.

Canna.Shop – This is an interesting new gTLD combination. “Canna Shop” is a fairly known term these days and more people are learning about them. It’s an upward trend. Do you think that gives it value in today’s market?

Buying a Two-word domain name related .com – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these domain name related domains. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction if you have what they need.

Myths of hand-registered domains – Are the day’s of hand registered domains making a big profit gone? Or do you think they are still holding strong as the world evolves and new terms and companies form?

RugbyShirts.com sold for $9,500 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eleven-letter, two-word, .com domain. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

How networking helps in domaining – Have you come to realize yet that the bigger your networking circle, the better you do? Could it be that networks really does help in domaining or are there other factors?

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Huh? Article predicts “Blockchain Domains” to become bigger asset class than .COM

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So a pretty strange article hit the news today. The article states that traditional domains have stagnated and a new class of domains, “blockchain domains” are going to take over.

Some companies in the .com era may have succeeded largely due to their domain and its primacy in search results. Today, this market has become stagnant, but innovation is popping up in a new area  — blockchain domains. (Source – InvestInBlockchain.com)

Uh…I’m not sure this guy knows that millions of dollars in domain names sell every week, and more domains sell now than did back in the “.com era” since that was referring to early Internet startups…not domains as an asset class.

The article continues by complaining that it’s impossible to get a new domain extension. This is just bizarrely misinformed since ICANN has approved over 1,000 new domain extensions, some of which are still hitting the market, like .DEV which launched last month.

It gets weirder.

The article goes on to talk about how payments aren’t native with the current domain name extensions…huh? Then soon jumps to how “blockchain domains” are going to fix everything. The first point he makes is that, poof, new domain extensions will be easier than ever to get…why?

“New blockchain domain services can just launch on a public blockchain, no ICANN approval necessary.” (Source – InvestInBlockchain.com)

Sounds simple right…err, no? Yeah, it’s not, and the author even realizes this and wrote a “now of course” paragraph below about how it’s actually probably super complex and you really can’t “just launch on a public blockchain”

“Now of course, there are many challenges with this, but getting approval from a regulator that may take years isn’t one of them. Instead you need to worry about deploying smart contracts correctly, getting apps to support your new extension, and of course getting users to buy and use the domains.” (Source – InvestInBlockchain.com)

The punchline here is .ETH domains and some stats about how they have done, which is impressive in its own right but still just a tiny sliver of the domain market. There also hasn’t been a massive proliferation of “blockchain domains” nor does this seem to be something that’s really actively being pursued by many companies…except for people like the company the author runs…who are launching blockchain domains.

And that’s when it hit me. This was just a marketing article promoting what the company is doing and positioning the market they’re trying to create as some rocket ship about to overtake the domain name industry…I’m not buying it and this is honestly one of the most poorly-researched, and just plain bizarre articles I’ve read about domain names in a long time.

That being said, I understand the concepts behind blockchain domains, heck I’ll even admit I think they could gain popularity as blockchain becomes more widely used. But to claim that the domain industry has become stagnant and blockchain domains are growing like crazy just isn’t true.

Where’s that facepalm emoji when you need it, ah – here it is:

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Share your Security and Privacy related domains

Today: New gTLDs – Used in text, progress in voice recognition and artificial intelligence / GANK.com sold for $7,419 / Buying Female First Names – Example: Phiona.com, Isabela.com etc. – Budget: Up to $500.00 ea. / And more!

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

WTB: Guns, Firearms, and Outdoor domains – Budget: Up to $100.00 ea. – If you have any gun, outdoor, or firearm related domain assets to liquidate for quick cash, check out this domain buyers specified criteria o see if they qualify.

Wtb brandables and others – Budget: Up to $100.00 – Are there some brandable domains or maybe something else that fits this buyers guideline laying around collecting dust in your portfolio that you want to flip? Check this out.

Wanted – Keyword “article” .com 120$ each – Do you have an article related domain name sitting in you domain portfolio you want to sell fast? This might be an opportunity.

Buying Female First Names – Example: Phiona.com, Isabela.com etc. – Budget: Up to $500.00 ea. – Be sure to check your portfolio for a female first name .com. This buyer is ready to pay wholesale pricing so you can liquidate fast.

GANK.com sold for $7,419 – That’s not a bad four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, dictionary-word, .com domain for a high four-figure domain name sales report. I would have guessed it should sell for more, what are your thoughts?

New gTLDs – Used in text, progress in voice recognition and artificial intelligence – What are your thoughts when it comes to how new gTLD’s will be treated in voice recognition, compared to non-keyword extensions? Take a look at what some domain investors think will happen.

Share your Security and Privacy related domains – Do you have any security or privacy domain names in your portfolio that you are proud of? Show off a couple of your best and check out what other investors are buying.

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Re-purposing CCTLD’s For Their Marketing Advantage

Today: What to do when the previous owner of your domain contacts you to get it back / WOPE.com sold for $7,900 / Should you buy a domain because it gets 100k – 1M searches per month and park it? / And more!

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

Looking for 2 word .com or one word popular .io, .co – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for a single or two-word .io or .co ccTLD. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction.

Buying a domain for a birthday wishes type of website -Budget: $20.00 – If you have a birthday wishes related domain name asset in your portfolio you would sell for $20.00 you may want to check out this buyers guideline.

Jogg.com – It’s four-letter, short, pronounceable, brandable, and a .com. Do you think that’s enough to give it value in today’s market? What would you appraise it for?

What to do when the previous owner of your domain contacts you to get it back – Have you ever had this happen to you? How did you reply to them? Take a look at what other domain investors have done and suggest.

Should you buy a domain because it gets 100k – 1M searches per month and park it? – Everyone invests in domain names for different reasons. What works for one, may not work for another. Do you think investing in domains simply because of search traffic to a term is wise?

WOPE.com sold for $7,900 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com, however, I would have expected it to sell for more. What do you think it should have sold for?

Re-purposing CCTLD’s For Their Marketing Advantage – Do you know of all the popular ccTLD’s that are marketed as something else, instead of their country code? What about the less popular ones? Check out what domain investors have shared so far that works.

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Breaking: Efty announces support for large portfolios is just around the corner

If you happened to catch today’s Domain Sherpa show, a bit of news was broken that I think a lot of Domainers are going to be pretty happy about. Efty just announced that they are going to be adding support for large portfolios soon. A large portfolio in this case means Domainers who have 5,000+ domains.

I’ve talked quite a bit about Efty in the past but in case you need a little refresher, Efty is one of the top platforms in the Domain Investing world for managing, marketing, and selling your domains. They did a UX update a little bit ago that IMHO really took the platform to the next level. I often explain to people that Efty is like a “dashboard for your domains” – you can view lots of important details like how much you paid for a name, when it expires, name servers, etc. Here’s an example of the main dashboard:

efty-dashboard

On top of all this, Efty has a great library of landing pages that are easy to customize so you can get custom for sale landers on your domain names. Here’s an example of one of them:efty-lander

Efty also lets you build your own custom marketplaces so if you’ve ever wanted a site with all your domains on it, Efty can make that happen. I think this feature is going to be particularly interesting for large portfolio owners who will essentially be able to open full scale domain marketplaces given their portfolio size!

So if you have over 5,000+ domains and have been itching to use Efty, it sounds like the wait might be over very soon. I know that there is certainly quite a bit of additional complexity when it comes to supporting this on the backend so hats off to the Efty team for making this move.

I’ll make sure to update everyone once this goes live so stay-tuned!

ChartAttack.com sold for $12,576

Today: Opinions on political domains / LL.net , LL.org, & LLL.net Looking to buy – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 / Register your .Best domains for just $1.99 / And more!

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

2-words .com containing the words in the description – Budget: Up to $50.00 ea. – Are you looking to liquidate your two-word .com’s and willing to sell them for up to $50.00 each in bulk? If so, this might be an opportunity.

Budget $1 -$5K – looking for LLL LNN .com – Do you have any three-letter or letter-number-number .com domains you would liquidate for $5,000.00 in quick cash?

One-word English dictionary domains in .com, .net, .org, .ly – Budget: Up to $200.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these One-word English dictionary domains in .com, .net, .org, .ly. Check out the buyers guideline to see if yours qualify.

LL.net , LL.org, & LLL.net Looking to buy – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 – Do  you have any LL.net , LL.org, or LLL.net sitting around in your portfolio you would sell for a mid-four-figures?

Opinions on political domains – Everyone has their own opinion. Some investors like political domains, others don’t, then you have the ones concerned about legal issues. What is your opinion about political domain names?

Register your .Best domains for just $1.99 – Are you thinking about registering a new gTLD .bets, but on the fence about it? This promotion for a $1.99 .best might be an opportunity to test the market.

ChartAttack.com sold for $12,576 – That’s not a bad eleven-letter, two-word, .com domain name sales report for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

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Format.tv sold for $3,500.00

Today: Trademark company was bought out and no longer uses the name – Safe to invest? / QuickFit.com sold for $10,000 / Domain name sales tax / And more!

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

One letter .Company ONLY – Budget: Up to $5,000.00 ea. – Are there any single-letter .company new gTLD’s in your portfolio you want to sell? Take a peak at this investors specified criteria to see if you have what they need.

Buying a one-word .com – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Do you have any dictionary word .com’s laying around in your portfolio you want to liquidate for some fast cash? Check out this buyers guidelines.

Lowest .COM prices to expect this year – Do you have any predictions or inside information? How low do you think the .com prices will go?

Domain name sales tax – Are you currently or have you ever paid sales tax on a domain name you resold? If not, why? If so, how did you go about it? Take a look at what domain investors are saying the proper thing to do is.

Trademark company was bought out and no longer uses the name – Safe to invest? – What’s your opinion or legal experience when it comes to a company no longer in business or the filing isn’t renewed? Check out what other investors are saying about this.

QuickFit.com sold for $10,000 – That’s not a very bad eight-letter, two-word, .com domain name sales report. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Format.tv sold for $3,500.00 – Wow!, yet another four-figure, single word, .tv ccTLD sales report. Did you see that one coming? What do you think it should have sold for?

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