Today: EroGames.com sold for $13,428 / Digital Reality – News & Showcase / Who is going to Namescon 2020 in Austin, TX USA? / and More…
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Are you skeptical of sales data? – Some do, some don’t, who cares, who’s next? How do you digest domain name sales reports/claims? Do you believe some, but not the others? Do you believe all of them? Take a peak at what some domain name investors said about sales reports.
ccTLD residency restrictions – workarounds? – Have you ever found a workaround for some of the ccTLD residency restrictions? Take a look at what some domain name investors are saying can be done to legally get around a ccTLD restriction.
EroGames.com sold for $13,428 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a eight-letter, two-word, .com. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
I Cannot be this lucky…I just can’t – Have you ever been so lucky, that you switch your social medial handle to a popular key-word or phrase and your followers start increasing dramatically within the first 24 hours? It happened to this domain investor. Check it out.
Digital Reality – News & Showcase – Are you investing into any digital reality domain name assets? Share some of your research and compare notes with other digital reality domain name investors.
Who is going to Namescon 2020 in Austin, TX USA? – Are you going to be attending the Austin, Texas Namescon event this year? Are you looking to meet-up with other attendees in-between sessions? Check out who else will be there you may want to hook-up with.
Will Voice Enabled Devices Make Longer Domains More Valuable? – With the increase in voice activated/enables search devices, how do you think the long-tail domain name asset market will be effected? Will the value increase on on say, three to four-word domains?
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