Today: How to identify Expired-Expiring Domains with Backlinks / Star777.com sold for $9,995 / Creating a DBA for a domain name / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Up to $25,000.00 for a LLL.com Domain – Do you have the one this investor wants hiding in your portfolio? This buyer can pay up to to $25,000.00 for each three letter .com you have. Check out their guidelines.
RobotForum.com – I can see the future is full of robots, so it makes sense to have a forum community about it, right? How much do you thin RobotForum.com is worth in today’s market?
Buying dictionary word .org, .net, .io, .ai domains – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these dictionary word domains. This buyer has up to a $1,000.00 budget for the right one.
Creating a DBA for a domain name – Have you ever filed for an assumed name certificate on one of your domain names and opened a dedicated business account at the bank for it? How hard was the process?
How to identify Expired-Expiring Domains with Backlinks – Do you have a special tool you use to identify domains expiring or already expired that have backlinks? How do you find them?
Star777.com sold for $9,995 – Triple sevens (777) is said to be a lucky three number combination. It’s also the popular jackpot winning numbers on lots of slot-machines. Almost a $10,000 sale for that one. Not bad at all.
Fidility.com sold for $7,050 – Bot a bad typo sales report. Do you think $7,050.00 was the right price or should it have sold for a different amount?