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The importance of Strategic Branding for a Startup’s Success

Today: What to tell an end user that wants more information / Memo.io sold for $9,000 / Free sites to find domain sales history / And more!

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

Buying quality, short and aged .io and .com names ending with -bot – Budget: Up to $100.00 ea. – If you have any quality, short and aged .io and .com names ending with -bot that meets this buyers specified criteria, this buyer is ready to pay fast cash for wholesale pricing.

EscapeFat.com – Weight-loss or weight-prevention? Either way, it sounds like a catchy brand. What do you think it’s worth in today’s market?

5StarKicks.com – What’s this? What does it mean? Maybe it could be a five-star competition of who can kick a ball the farthest? What would something like that be worth though?

Free sites to find domain sales history – Which one of these free sites are you using to find previous domain name sales history? Do you have one to add to the list? Check out what some investors use daily that you might not have known about.

Memo.io sold for $9,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a four-letter, dictionary-word, .io ccTLD for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more less than what it sold for?

What to tell an end user that wants more information – Have you ever been in a situation where a potential end user actually responds to your outbound email and wants more information? What information did you send? Take a peek at what some investors say is the way to handle it.

The importance of Strategic Branding for a Startup’s Success – Do you consider the strategy of branding when you invest in a domain name so that you can further understand how an end-user will associate to it? Take a look at what a domain investor suggested about it here.

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