Today: The Most Expensive Domain Hack Ever Sold / Showcase your new .tech domains here / Drop List Of .CA ccTLD’s Pending Delete / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Disposable Partyware/Tableware Domains Wanted – Be sure to check your portfolio for one of these partware/tableware domain names that meet the investors guideline. They have up to $500.00 budgeted for a domain that fits perfect with their needs.
Buying LLLL.coms – This buyer is looking for liquidators and read to spend up to $140 per domain that meets their specified criteria. If you need quick liquid cash, this might be the time.
OfDrop.com value – What does it mean? Am I missing something? In today’s markets, how much do you think a domain like this one can be appraised for?
Drop List Of .CA ccTLD’s Pending Delete – If you’re investing in .ca ccTLD’s, you may want to check out what’s about to drop and grab the gems before someone else does.
The Most Expensive Domain Hack Ever Sold – Have you ever resold a domain hack for a profit? How much did it sell for? Check out what others have sold their domain hacks for.
Showcase your new .tech domains here – Are you investing in .tech new gTLD domain assets? Share some of the .tech domains you are most proud of and check out what others are investing into.
SweetiePie.com sold for $5,050 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for $5,050.00. Would you ave guessed SweetiePie.com would have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
Today’s Marketplace/Auction Picks: