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Thesite.com sold for $8,800

Today: Formula for $10k per month in domain revenue / The domain is too expensive – A buyers second choice extension / Hyping one-word domains / And more!

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

Floor value of NLLL.com – Are you investing into the number, letter. letter. letter. .com market? Share your research with other investors and compare notes with other like-minded investors.

Getting started – Now what? – What are the top five tips you can offer a new domain investor just starting out? New yourself? Check out what some people are suggesting.

SaturdayShow.com – This ones interesting. The plural may be worth a bit more in this case, but do you think the singular has value? What would you appraise it for?

Hyping one-word domains – How do you build up hype in a potential buyer that’s on the fence about a single dictionary word domain? You might find what other investors are doing interesting.

The domain is too expensive – A buyers second choice extension – Which domain extension do you think most buyers gravitate towards when the .com costs too much to buy? Look at what other investors thing the next best TLD is.

Formula for $10k per month in domain revenue – Have you accomplished a $10,000.00 per month goal yet? Check out what other domain investors are saying worked for them.

TheSite.com sold for $8,800 – Not a bad seven-letter, two-word, .com sales report. Who ever said two-word domains with the word “The” in them weren’t any good were apparently wrong. Check out this $8,800.00 sales!

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