James Iles

Top Topics: From $50 to $5,000 Per Month; Passive Inbound Income Strategy...

By James Iles, Oct 7, 2018
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    In this week's Top Topics, a domain investor shares their story from a $50 per month revenue in 2016 to $5,000 per month in 2018, including tips on how they managed such a feat inside of two years. Elsewhere, an investor accidentally accepted a $2,000 offer and a poll asks you to disclose the highest amount you've paid for a domain name.

    A Passive Inbound Income from Domains

    Is it possible for an investor to build a portfolio that brings in a revenue stream of $5,000 per month or more from just inbound sales? We’ve spoken a lot about outbound sales on this blog in the past, but we haven’t touched on inbound sales. Inbound sales, as the name suggests, are sales produced from inquiries sent to you from potential buyers. You don’t seek them out; they seek you out.

    Creating an inbound revenue stream that consistently produces a return can be a difficult process. Here, several investors have given insights into how they managed to create regular income from inbound sales. Portfolio size and quality are two important factors.

    Topic by: @Brand Ultra


    I Accidentally Accepted a Deal

    After receiving a $2,000 offer for a .APP domain name, this investor has told the community that they accidentally accepted the offer instead of negotiating to $5,000.00, a price point the domainer felt was possible to achieve. Having confirmed that they intend to honor the deal at the accepted price, the domainer asked whether a similar situation has happened to any other investors. Surprisingly, it has happened to other investors.

    Topic by: @JonathanMcDermid

    From $50 to $5,000 Per Month

    One of the most popular discussions of the week is a story from investor @rohitgoyal who started his domaining career in 2016 with zero investment. Outlined here is the domainer’s journey from 2016 to now when the investor boasts a portfolio of over 1,500 domain names and revenue exceeding $5,000 per month.

    He also shares a list of ten pieces of advice for other investors, based on his experiences in the past two years. Congratulations on the success!

    Topic by: @rohitgoyal

    Poll: What is Your Highest Purchase Price?

    Domain investing allows a number of different strategies in both buying and selling domains. Some investors have success by solely hand-registering domains for $10 each while others pay the premiums for big-ticket domain names. In this week’s featured poll, we take a look at the highest price that you’ve ever paid to acquire a domain name.

    As of writing, the results are fairly split. What is the most you’ve ever paid for a domain name?

    Topic by: @Arpit131

    Bonus Poll: When Did You Start Domaining?

    Did you start in the 90's, early 2000's, or more recently? Participate in the poll to share when you started.

    Topic by: @Arpit131

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    About The Author — James Iles

    James is a domain name industry professional currently working on numerous domain industry research, acquisition and sales projects. Contact [email protected] For all inquiries relating to NamePros stories and interviews, please email: [email protected]

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    Thanks for sharing James.
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