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Buyer agrees to a $5000 purchase price – Here’s what happened next!

Today: Ideas on how to develop a domain name / I’m investing in a one-word .fi domain suitable for a digital marketing services company / Buying a lot of hand reg Casino domains / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Frame.works – Are new gTLD domains like Frame.works worth anything in today’s niche markets? Maybe construction, auto manufacturing, or dollhouse building would be good target end-users?

Looking for Pronounceable 4L .com to invest into – Do you have any pronounceable four letter .com domains in your portfolio you want to sell? This buyer is ready to invest and looking for some great four letter .com ideas. Check your portfolio and send some ideas over to them.

Platinums.org – I’m not quite sure that a non-profit .org extension fits with a domain like Platinums.org. Am I missing something or is there a non-profit platinum niche out there somewhere I overlooked?

I’m investing in a one-word .fi domain suitable for a digital marketing services company – Do you have any one word .fi ccTLD domains in your portfolio that would fit these investors criteria for a digital marketing services start-up? Be sure to double check your portfolio in case you forgot you had one sitting around.

Buying a lot of hand reg Casino domains – Do you think hand registering casino niche domains is a good investment strategy? Are there tips you can share to ensure that the investments will show a return.

Ideas on how to develop a domain name – If you were to develop this investors domain name, what would you develop on it? Care to share some research strategies so they can find more ideas?

Buyer agrees to a $5000 purchase price – Here’s what happened next! – Would you believe that the buyer fell silent? At what point would you reach out and apply more pressure to get them back into the transaction? Is there a process that can be applied to future deals that end like this one?

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