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February 18, 2018 06:37

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Scam Alert: $25,000 Offer to purchase a domain name

Today: Quick flip: Handreg to $2,395 in 22 days / The future of .EU domains / NamesCon/ROTD Auction Results (2018) / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. Another Fraud to Watch Out For – Brandon Abbey from Payoneer warns about an escrow company scam that’s been detected. Be careful who you […]

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The GAP between new gTLDs and the equivalent .coms

Today: Formula for pricing Domain Names / Will the .net increase cause you to renew early? / Just sold OneCoin.org for $2k / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. Looking for a domain with Age > 20 years – Do you have some 20+-year-old domain names laying around in your portfolio? […]

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Outbound email to end user that turned into a potential brokerage opportunity

Today: How to buy profitable domain names / 2 Years as a domain investor and no sales / Artifical Intelligence (AI Domains) 2018 Predictions / And more! Here are the new domain discussions and domain news. Buying Italy GEO .Com’s – If you invest in Italian related domain assets, you’ll want to check your portfolio for […]

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Someone bought domains to donate to a Madison Mayor Candidate, then decided to charge $30k for them

Well this is a strange one. Someone who claims to be a supporter of Paul Soglin, a Democratic Madison Mayor candidate, purchased a couple of domains with Soglin’s name in it saying he would donate them to the campaign. Then, it seems he had a change of heart and moved the price from free, to, […]

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A (relatively) overlooked data point when looking at domain name sales

When I first started buying and selling domain names I used the current top domain sales as my inspiration. I saw some nice two-word .COMs that were selling in the five figure range and went to town. Of course I quickly learned that I had bought a bunch of junk, it wasn’t just all one-word […]

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What I learned from looking at inbound offers on my domains earlier this year

Below is a screenshot of the inbound offers I received on my domains parked at DomainNameSales.com for the month of May. I currently have my domains parked between DomainNameSales.com, Efty and Afternic. As most of my readers know, I don’t make millions with domain names, instead I sell between 0 – 2 domains a month. […]

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When you buy a domain, how long do you think you’ll hang onto it before you sell?

It’s something many people don’t think of when they buy a domain, but more people should – when do you realistically expect to sell? This question is tied to an equally important question – what do you want to sell it for? If you look at some of the top Domain Investors, the people who […]

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Efty founder brings up an important topic for Domain Investors – Sales Commission

Doron Vermaat, the founder of Efty.com shared an article on their blog today that I think should probably be required reading for new domain investors. Heck, I’d say it’s good for experienced investors to read as well since it’s a topic that should really be top of mind. In the article Doron shares some of […]

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How did a four-word .COM sell for $100,000?

I have to say I was pretty impressed with Uniregistry’s latest list of sales, with close to $30M in domain sales already this year it’s fair to say Uniregistry Market is on fire. A lot of the sales made perfect sense, one-word .COMs like Kombucha.com or Squeeze.com selling for six-figures is pretty darn normal. But […]

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Uniregistry Marketplace continues to solidify itself as a top domain marketplace with close to $30M in sales so far this year

Well the numbers are in and they are damn impressive. Uniregistry, which quickly gained notoriety as the startup-friendly registrar, then opened a marketplace that is quickly becoming the go-to resource for startups acquiring domain names. And the numbers don’t lie, with close to $30M in sales so far this year it’s safe to say that […]

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