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August 19, 2018 17:43

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Seller of #BraveNewMedia .com #domain scored a ROI of 2,767 per cent!

Domain investor, Logan Flatt, scored again; with the sale of, the ever-busy domainer scored a massive 2,767% ROI. Logan acquired the 1996 domain less than a year ago, paying only $213 dollars at a NameJet auction. The sale completed via an Afternic offer of $6,250 dollars, which includes a GoDaddy premium. The buyer could […]

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Non-com sightings in #NYC : It’s big dot .World out there!

Logan Flatt is spending the weekend in New York City; the busy domain investor celebrates his recent domain sales, among other things, with girlfriend Iris. Riding the New York City Subway can be an interesting experience. Logan knows that we keep track of non-com domains “in the wild” as an educational pastime, and he managed […]

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BIN domains : Logan Flatt scores another crazy ROI with sale of

If you’re looking for a great example of domain BIN pricing, look no further than Logan Flatt. The Texan domain investor has been pricing his best domain names at the Uniregistry Market, with a “Buy It Now” price (BIN), based on his expert valuation of the domain keywords. This approach puts end-user domain buyers in […]

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Logan Flatt : Pro advice for newbies entering the domain market

Domain investor, Logan Flatt, scored a great sale with recently. The busy Texan has been sharing his modus operandi on how he negotiates with potential buyers, and his strategy is already influencing others. Still, newbies in the domain industry often have the false perception that domain investing is an easy task, without any inherent […]

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Smart Monday : Domain “snap” went from $69 to $14,488 dollars

Logan Flatt invests in domains, knowing that he can only sell them once. With that in mind, he approaches every inquiry with an end-user buyer in mind, and quotes prices accordingly. In February of this year, Logan bid $69 dollars on SnapNames, for the expired domain According to DomainTools – the ultimate domain tool […]

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