Today: Robo-callers after registering domain names / Buying brandable domain names – Total Budget: $5,000.00 / Visitor.us sold for $7,900 / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Buying Brandable or Keyword Domain Names – Budget: Up to $100.00 ea. – Take a look at your domain portfolio to see if you have any brandables you want to liquidate at wholesale price for some fast cash. Does your meet their criteria?
Buying .com for Domain Store – Budget: Up to $60.00 – Are you stockpiling some domain store related domain name assets and willing to help another investor out with a cheap deal so they can develop something on it?
The appraisal of AXRE.com – What do you think of this four-letter, pronounceable (Sort of?), brandable, .com domain name asset? Four-letter .com’s have a liquid value, however, not all liquidity is created the same. How much do you think this one is worth?
Buying brandable domain names – Total Budget: $5,000.00 – Looking for some quick capital? Be sure to check this investors guideline to see if you have the kind of brandable they need.
Visitor.us sold for $7,900 – Not a bad domain name sales report. Do you think a seven-letter, dictionary word, .us ccTLD like Visitor.us is worth more or less than what it sold for?
Robo-callers after registering domain names – Have you ever gotten one of those prerecorded robot sounding solicitation calls a few days after or same day of registering a new domain name asset? With whois becoming more private, do you think it will stop?
Domain Sales Strategies – Maximizing Revenue Potential – Are you using a special strategy to sell your domain name assets that works better than any others you have tried? What is it? Check out what strategies other domain investors are using.
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