Today: Hyphens in today’s domain name markets / $500 Offer… Should I take it?/off triggers 60-day lock / Triangle.com acquired by Canadian Tire Corp / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Buying cheap two-word & brandable .com’s – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these two-word brandable domain names. Send over the ones that meet the buyers specified criteria to see if you can make a sale.
Don’t know if this is a scam… – What do you think? Is this some kind of scam targeting a domain reseller? How do you identify a scam properly to keep safe?
Looking for High Estibot .com domain names – Do you have any highly valued estibot domain names in your portfolio for sale? This investor wants to take them off your hands.
Triangle.com acquired by Canadian Tire Corp – Wow! a 1988 hand registered domain name. You don’t see many of these anymore. How much do you think it actually sold for?
$500 Offer… Should I take it? – Would you take a $500.00 offer for a domain name like this one or would you counter for at least four digits?
I have a buyer for my domain. Now what? – Care to share some of your negotiation strategies and tactics with this investor? Looks like they have a buyer lined up but not sure how to close the deal.
Hyphens in today’s domain name markets – Have hyphenated domain name assets surfaced as valuable now that time has passed? Hyphens were once frowned upon years ago but now seem to be of interest to investors.
The important steps to becoming a good domain investor – Are you following these very important steps to becoming a good domain investor? If you’re already investing, did you miss any steps?