Today: The ideal length of time to hold your domain assets before selling or dropping / Expiring vs Listed / Appraise Updater.net / And more!
Here are the new domain discussions and domain news.
Yeet.io – Popular phrase – Really? It’s a popular phrase or it’s a popular phrase for one person? How popular can this phrase really be? Is it popular in your region? If so, how much could this .io ccTLD domain be worth?
Looking for NNNNNN – 6N .com’s WITHOUT 0 or 4! – Be sure to double check your portfolio for one of these domain assets. This buyer is ready to pay reseller/wholesale pricing for what you have in your portfolio.
Satisfi.es – This is a playful little hack ccTLD domain of a dictionary word, but do hacks really have any value outside the novelty range? I’m just not seeing the value in this one. Are you?
Appraise Updater.net – How much do you think a gTLD domain asset like updater.net would be worth in today’s market? Does it have any value at all?
Expiring vs Listed – It seems that expiring domain sales listing are a hotter attraction than your general domain name listed for sale with plenty of time left for renewal. Why is that?
The ideal length of time to hold your domain assets before selling or dropping – How long do you keep a domain asset out of circulation before you list it for sale? Do you have a pre-set date/time to drop a domain if it hasn’t sold yet?
The .biz extension looks like it’s on a downward spiral – Are you a .biz investor that watches the market number religiously? Have you seen the same drop in statistics as this .biz investor has? Is .biz just going through a lull or is it on its way down the rabbit hole?