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How stolen, then returned domains affect market values

Today: Norwegian domain investors? / UEN.com sold for $17,600 / Recommended Domain Research/Service/Tools / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying Two-Word Category Killer – Do you have a two-word category killer domain name asset in your portfolio that meets this buyers guidelines? If so and you want to make a quick sale, they have a budget of up to $1,000.00 for the right one.

Make sure your domains are redirecting! – We are all guilty of forgetting to or not thinking we need to redirect our domain name assets. Are you redirecting yours? Here’s why you might want too.

Verisign Blog Calls Us All “Domain Scalpers” – Are you a domain scraper? What exactly, is a domain scraper? Take a peek at what’s ruffling the feathers of some domain investors.

Recommended Domain Research/Service/Tools – Do you have a favorite tool that helps get you through each day in the green? Which one(s) are they? Check out what other domain investors are using.

UEN.com sold for $17,600 – Not a bad sale, but it sure seems a bit low for a three-letter .com. The buyer got an excellent deal on that one. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Norwegian domain investors? – Are there any other Norwegian domain name investors that want to get together and compare notes?

How stolen, then returned  domains affect market values – Have you ever researched the before and after market values of a niche that had a domain name assets stolen, then returned? Even with a search of the domain returning some resolution reports, the theft is still out there, for good reason, to help prevent it from happening again and making people aware. Do you think buyers pay less or more for a returned domain?

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