One of the biggest attractions of domain name investing is that there are so many ways that you could make money from domain names. The interviews that you watch and read from some of the industry’s leading figures is proof enough that there are numerous ways of making money from domain names. Many successful investors such as Andrew Rosener primarily make money via brokering and private sales whilst the likes of Gary Millin of World.com creates brands with his premium names. It’s been well documented that investors such as Rick Schwartz have made millions of dollars from parking, whereas some industry leading brokers such as Giuseppe Graziano own very few names, concentrating exclusively on brokerage services. Even within each category, there are different strategies that work for different people, giving further fuel to the notion that there are as many different ways to make money through domains as there are domain investors in the industry. In this week’s poll, we’d like to know where the majority of your domain profit originates. This could be via private or brokered sales, auction platforms, domain parking or domain development. This year, the majority of my domaining income comes from private sales with much of that income originating from liquid domains. These are usually domains purchased privately and subsequently sold on to domain investors. The sales either come privately or via auction platforms such as NameJet. My own strategy focuses on domain sales since domains in my portfolio produce very little parking revenue and domain development can take a substantial amount of time. It would be interesting to hear from other domainers, so comment below with your own strategies if you would like to share.