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Devices domain investors use while buying and selling domain names

Today: Domain Cyber-squatting Explained / ShaveClub.com sold for $10,927 / Buying your trash .com’s / And more!

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

Defences.com – Here’s a eight-letter typo .com that could be brandable. Do you think that is enough to give it liquid value though?

Epic.cc – This is a short, four-letter, dictionary-word, .cc ccTLD that might work as a brand. How much do you think a short ccTLD like this could sell for in today’s market?

Seagale.com – Yes, it’s a typo, but it could be brandable too. Can you picture it? With that in mind, how much would you appraise this domain names value for?

Buying your trash .com’s – If you are looking to liquidate any of your .com’s for rock bottom wholesale pricing in bulk, this buyer has a total budget of $250.00. Check out their guideline.

Domain Cyber-squatting Explained – Have you ever cyber-squatted a domain name? Maybe you are cyber-squatting right now and didn’t know it? If you are not sure, take a look at this domain cyber-squatting discussion to see what domain investors are saying about it.

ShaveClub.com sold for $10,927 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a nine-letter, two-word, .com domain name for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

Devices domain investors use while buying and selling domain names – Do you have a preferred device? Which one is easier to use? Does one allow for more productivity than another? Check out what devices other domain investors use successfully.

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