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I’m buying your .com/.net./.org/.co Domains

Today: Domain investing and Truck driving / New gTLD Spotted In The Wild / BOB.BIZ sold for $7,500 / And more!

Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.

Domain age vs WHOIS/IP History – I’m not sure why so many people have such a hard time understanding the difference between a domain names age and its history. Evidently, it’s pretty common to be confused with the two. Care to share your version of the explanation?

Which extension if .com is not available? – There are so many choices for the number two spot of valuable/liquid extensions, so, which one is it? Which extension is the next best investment to .com? Is there such thing or are they all tied in second place?

SmokeyTree.com – To some, this may sound like a good investment at first glance, but is it really? What is a smokey tree? A tree that survived a forest fire and still smoking? Is a tree hidden behind a cloud of smoke? What would you value something like this domain at?

New gTLD Spotted In The Wild – It’s nice to not only see a company using a new gTLD like this but to also own and have the .com version redirecting to the new gTLD instead of the other way around.

Domain investing and Truck driving – I think it’s a match made in heaven. Truck drivers need something to do during their layovers (Between loads) and investing into and/or developing domains seems like a great time passer that can help them generate more revenue while they wait. What are your thoughts?

BOB.BIZ sold for $7,500 – A nice 4 digit domain sales report to get your blood pumping and heart racing. It’s sales like these that provide the motivation for all of us to keep pushing forward with our own investments.

I’m buying your .com/.net./.org/.co Domains – Be sure to check your portfolio again for one of these domains. This buyer is ready to buy several, possibly in bulk. If you are looking to liquidate some domain overstock, now is your chance to do it.

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