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In case you missed it earlier this week, we reported on the news that Ice.com sold for $3.5 million. At the time of publishing, the buyer was unknown. However, since then, the name has started forwarding to TheIce.com, which is owned by Intercontinental Exchange, the company that owns the NYSE.

Here are this week’s Top Topics.


Subject Line Advice

When performing outbound sales, one of the most important aspects to perfect is your subject line. This is the potential buyer's first interaction with you, so a strong subject line is vital. In this discussion, an investor shares their advice for creating an acceptable subject line.

The discussion includes advice about specific words to avoid as well as when to send your emails. If you are looking for advice on outbound sales, this is one to bookmark.

Topic by: @Arpit131


How Do You See the Domain Industry in 10 Years?

By the year 2028, will there still be a domain industry and if there is, what will it look like? The industry has changed within the last ten years with new companies, new brokers and new corporations entering the fold. Will the industry look totally different in ten years?

These are the questions being asked here, a subject that is sparking a captivating debate about the future use of domains.

Topic by: @Brand Ultra


How Domaining Changed My Life

After starting as a domain investor in 2014 with little success, this investor has transformed their fortunes and achieved over $100,000 in sales within the past ten months. Here, the investor discusses their strategy and gives several examples of their recent sales that include some quick, profitable flips.

The impressive thing is that this investor is not only posting quick flips but is reinvesting funds to build a solid portfolio. Congratulations to the investor on their success so far!

Topic by: @BuyBrandWeb.com


I Sold Giggle.tv for $9,000

A domain name investor has posted a report telling the community that they have just sold the domain Giggle.tv for $9,000. Few details are known about this sales report at the moment, but we have been told that the sale is currently taking place through Afternic.

According to NameBio, this ranks as the fifth highest sale of a .TV domain name in 2018. The new owner is unknown, but a quick search shows a New Zealand entertainment network called Giggle, who may be a good fit for the name.

Topic by: @tbwinpr


How Many Non-Domainers Know About New Extensions?

New domain extensions have now been in existence for several years, but the "new" moniker is still attached to them. Even though some of these extensions have now been available for over four years, it seems that the majority of those outside the domain investment community may not be aware of them.

Is lack of education from end users a factor in the adoption rate of new extensions, or does the public in general lack knowledge about domain names? Some very interesting opinions are being shared here.

Topic by: @Bulloney



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!
 
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totally agree. This is going to be a New trend in the Country.
 
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Omg, thank you for this. Masterpiece!
 
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