Today: Why hand registering domain name assets is not dead / A realistic domain investors goal for the New Year / 55969.com sold for $4,499 / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Did I give a wrong domain investing advice? – Do you think that becoming a full-time domain investor and living completely off your returns is a wise idea? Check out what some investors are saying about it.
SpainMadrid.com – This is an interesting Geo country + City .com asset. Normally the city comes before a state and country. Do you think that the reverse order still has value today?
Chat.repair – This is an interesting new gTLD. I know that chat room code breaks or conflicts and needs repair, but that’s normally done by the software creator or on-staff developer. Does a category killer, chat related, new gTLD like this one have value in today’s market?
55969.com sold for $4,499 – That’s not a bad five-number .com domain name sales report for a mid-five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
A realistic domain investors goal for the New Year – Have you already outlined your domain industry related goals for the New Year? What are they? Compare notes with other domain investors to see if you may have left something out that you should be focusing on.
Why hand registering domain name assets is not dead – Are you still registering domain names for the purpose of reselling them later? How have you been doing on your return on investments? Take a peek at what other domain investors are saying.
The most notable 4L domain sales of last year – Have you been keeping track of the four-letter .com markets for last year? If not, take a look at the notable sales you missed. Do you think next year will be better or worse?
Today’s Marketplace/Auction Picks: