Today: Do you buy domains for resale, development of both? / BabyBottles.com sold for $11,100 / Buying .COM ending in Advisor(s) 10 Years Old – Total Budget: $1,000.00 / and More…
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Buying Bulk 4L & .Com – Budget: Up to $150.00 ea. – Do you have any four-letter .com’s in your portfolio you would sell in bulk for up to $150.00 each? If so, take a look at this buyers guideline to see if they qualify.
Buying any keyword/s (.com, .net, .org, and .ly) – READ DESCRIPTION – Budget: Up to $100.00 ea. – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these single keyword .net, .org, .com, or .ly domains. This buyer is ready to help you liquidate for some quick spending cash this weekend.
StrongMortgages.com – What exactly is a strong mortgage? Is there a market at all for strong mortgages? How much do you think a domain name like this one could be appraised for in today’s market?
Buying .COM ending in Advisor(s) 10 Years Old – Total Budget: $1,000.00 – Make sure you double check your portfolio for one of these .com domain names ending with the word “Advisor or Advisors”. This could be an opportunity to create some fast reinvestment cash.
BabyBottles.com sold for $11,100 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eleven-letter, two-word, .com domain name for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
Do you buy domains for resale, development of both? – What is your domain strategy when you invest in domain names? Are you just looking to flip a raw domain name for a profit or are you looking to develop all the domain names you invest into? Check out how some domain investors do it.
Protecting identity when selling domains – Is it a good or bad idea to sell domain name anonymously? It seems like removing the person to person experience from selling domains could hamper the ability to sell the domain name. If you are doing just fine selling anonymously, how are you doing it?
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