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Re-purposing CCTLD’s For Their Marketing Advantage

Today: What to do when the previous owner of your domain contacts you to get it back / WOPE.com sold for $7,900 / Should you buy a domain because it gets 100k – 1M searches per month and park it? / And more!

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

Looking for 2 word .com or one word popular .io, .co – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure to check your portfolio for a single or two-word .io or .co ccTLD. This buyer is ready for a smooth transaction.

Buying a domain for a birthday wishes type of website -Budget: $20.00 – If you have a birthday wishes related domain name asset in your portfolio you would sell for $20.00 you may want to check out this buyers guideline.

Jogg.com – It’s four-letter, short, pronounceable, brandable, and a .com. Do you think that’s enough to give it value in today’s market? What would you appraise it for?

What to do when the previous owner of your domain contacts you to get it back – Have you ever had this happen to you? How did you reply to them? Take a look at what other domain investors have done and suggest.

Should you buy a domain because it gets 100k – 1M searches per month and park it? – Everyone invests in domain names for different reasons. What works for one, may not work for another. Do you think investing in domains simply because of search traffic to a term is wise?

WOPE.com sold for $7,900 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, pronounceable, brandable, .com, however, I would have expected it to sell for more. What do you think it should have sold for?

Re-purposing CCTLD’s For Their Marketing Advantage – Do you know of all the popular ccTLD’s that are marketed as something else, instead of their country code? What about the less popular ones? Check out what domain investors have shared so far that works.

Today’s Marketplace/Auction Picks:

 

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