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The secret about hyphenated domain names

Today: Contacting domain owners who do not want to be contacted / How To Minimize Domain Transfer Fees / A big influx of Poland traffic lately / And more!

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

Please appraise silverbank.us – Silver is a great precious metal investment, but does it have value when associated with a “Bank” in the .us ccTLD extension? What would you appraise SilverBank.us for?

Why experienced domain investors say they don’t hand register domains – Have you ever wondered why a seasoned/veteran domain investor doesn’t believe in new hand registered domain name assets? Are they just looking for the five-digit investments?

Bestwishing.com – I think the “ing” killed this one. It would have been great as the plural. Do you think this domain has any value at all in today’s markets?

A big influx of Poland traffic lately – Have you noticed an increase in Polish traffic to your parked or developed domain name assets or is it just a coincidence?

How To Minimize Domain Transfer Fees – Do you use a particular strategy to minimize your domain transfer fees? Do you use the 3 registrar method? How do you get the best rate when transferring to renew a domain expiring you just acquired?

Contacting domain owners who do not want to be contacted – How do you approach the unapproachable? Is there a formula or strategy you use that helps break the ice and get end-users to engage you better?

The secret about hyphenated domain names – Are you currently investing in hyphenated domain name assets? Did you know these secrets about them? Compare notes and unlock the secrets to hyphenated domain name investing.

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