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Best Reddit AMAs for Founders: Gary Vaynerchuk, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Marcus Lemonis

Do you ever find yourself wondering what it would be like to ask your favourite entrepreneur all your most burning business questions? Reddit’s /r/IAmA section gives you exactly that opportunity. “IAmA” or “AMA” basically means “I am…” or “ask me anything.” Even if you didn’t get a chance to ask questions, you can still go […]

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3 types of people not to take fundraising advice from

When we were first starting Fashion Metric we found that just about everyone on the planet wanted to give us fundraising advice. I can still remember being at Cross Campus in Santa Monica after a VC talk and a guy came up to us, “if you guys want to land a VC like that, we […]

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Another Reason to Use a Domain Broker

There are plenty of reasons to hire a domain broker on outbound domain sales. Domain brokers know how to contact buyers who might be interested in certain types of domain names, most have extensive lists of domain buyers, and all professional domain brokers should be skilled at negotiating. For many domain investors, inbound domain sales […]

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Another Reason to Use a Domain Broker

There are plenty of reasons to hire a domain broker on outbound domain sales. Domain brokers know how to contact buyers who might be interested in certain types of domain names, most have extensive lists of domain buyers, and all professional domain brokers should be skilled at negotiating. For many domain investors, inbound domain sales […]

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Be Patient With End Users

When you are selling a domain name to an end user buyer, you need to exercise patience. There are a number of opportunities for deals when making deals with end users, especially if you are doing a deal with a large or publicly traded company. I want to discuss the three areas that cause the […]

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Be Patient With End Users

When you are selling a domain name to an end user buyer, you need to exercise patience. There are a number of opportunities for deals when making deals with end users, especially if you are doing a deal with a large or publicly traded company. I want to discuss the three areas that cause the […]

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Good Time to Contact End User Buyer

The other day, I read a report about a large deal that had recently been transacted (outside the domain space). The medium sized company made hundreds of thousands of dollars on a deal, and it had been reported in a trade magazine. I own a domain name that could be of interest to this company, […]

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Good Time to Contact End User Buyer

The other day, I read a report about a large deal that had recently been transacted (outside the domain space). The medium sized company made hundreds of thousands of dollars on a deal, and it had been reported in a trade magazine. I own a domain name that could be of interest to this company, […]

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Interesting Way To Tell If a Domain Name is Only Used for SEO

I came across a keyword .com domain name that was being used by a publicly traded company as a mini portal to sell one of its products. The product did what the keyword domain name is, but neither the product nor the website were branded as the domain name. I thought it was neat to […]

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Use Other People’s Replies for Yourself

I inquire about purchasing many domain names, and the majority of these offers are made to people who aren’t involved in the domain space. Since I am generally making cash offers rather than simple inquiries about availability (probably 80% of the time), I receive a wide range of replies from domain owners. Because I am […]

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