Today: Google Plus Is an Example of Why Domains are Critical to Business / Where to find data on .app sales / Toni.com sold for $42,500 / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
ByteHeal.com – What does it mean? Can bytes heal themselves or be healed in general? What do you think this domain asset is worth?
BrowserAntivirus.com – Computer operating systems (OS) have usages for antivirus software’s, but what about browsers? In today’s market, what is is the value of this one?
SuitableCars.com – Are cars suitable? Does suitable and cars go together? I suppose suitable is different for everyone, but what is SuitableCars.com worth?
Toni.com sold for $42,500 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, first-name, .com asset for almost a mid-five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
Google Plus Is an Example of Why Domains are Critical to Business – How many people or businesses do you think are relying on a social media profile only for their business model? Good or bad move? Check out what investors think.
Where to find data on .app sales – Is anyone following the .app sales data reports? Where do you go to get the best sales reports on .app? Take a look at where other .app investors say they go for .app sales data.
REPORTED SALES vs. UNREPORTED – How often do you report your domain name sales publicly? Is there a common percentage of unreported sales versus reported domain name sales reports? Check out what some domain investors are saying.
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