Today: The best strategy for keeping domain names in portfolios private / Sending outbound emails with the actual domain as the email address / Reviewing the first year of domain investing / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Brandable, cvcv, or one-word domains – Go get your domain portfolio and start checking it. This buyer is looking for several different niches to invest into. Check the guidelines to see if you have what they are looking for.
.GE discussion – Are you investing in the new gTLD .ge? If so, this discussion could be beneficial for you. Compare notes with other .ge domain investors to see which strategies are working the best.
Crypto Related domains – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these bad boys. This investor is ready to buy your crypto domains.
Reviewing the first year of domain investing – This is a very interesting story. If you’re curious about the journey other investors went through in their first year of domain investing, this is a great read for you.
Sending outbound emails with the actual domain as the email address – What has been your success rate using the actual domain for sale as the contact email? Does it provide more or less authority?
The best strategy for keeping domain names in portfolios private – What strategy or technique do you use to keep the whois ownership information of all the domains in your portfolio private? Do you spend money on whois privacy options or is there a better free way to do it?
Domain Name Hedge Funds – Have any of you seen any good domain name asset hedge funds anywhere? There doesn’t seem to be very many of them if any. Wouldn’t a hedge fund be beneficial to the domain industry?