In this week's Top Topics, an investor shares the news that they have achieved $100,000 in sales at Flippa, beating their target of achieving that milestone by the end of 2018. Elsewhere, an investor gets blocked after attempting to perform outbound sales via Facebook and a poll asks whether major auction houses are trusted. I Tried To Sell a Domain: I Got Blocked After buying an expired domain name, this investor set about trying to find an end user. Interestingly, they look to have chosen Facebook Messenger to send their outbound sales messages. Having exchanged a couple of messages, one of the end users blocked this investor. What did the domainer do wrong? The messages are available to read in this discussion, so you can have your say. Topic by: @cixxy Another Milestone Reached: $100,000 On Flippa This time last year, this domain investor had a total of $1,600 worth of domain sales on the marketplace Flippa. After opting to change strategy, the domainer produced a total transaction volume of $29,800 with a target to reach $100,000 in sales by the end of 2018. With four months to go the investor has shared with the community that they have achieved their goal of $100,000 in sales on Flippa. Congratulations on a productive twelve months! Topic by: @BuyBrandWeb.com What Do You Look For in a Domain Registrar? For a domain investor, there are many choices when it comes to domain name registrars. Traditionally popular registrars include GoDaddy, NameCheap, and eNom, with investors such as @Frank.Schilling creating domainer-centric registrars like Uniregistry in recent years. With the number of registrars available, every investor may have their own preferred registrar for varying reasons. Here, you can share what you think is the most important factor for a registrar to retain your business. Topic by: @DefinitelyDomains Poll: Do You Trust Major Auction Houses? In recent weeks, there have been several reports from domain auction platforms that some sales have not been completed. A recent example is the Dispute.com domain name that initially sold for $65,000 at GoDaddy auctions before the winning bidder defaulted. In this poll, TheDomains.com's Managing Editor Raymond Hackney asks the community whether major auction houses are currently trusted. View the discussion to vote. Topic by: @equity78 Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending!