Buyer initially called me by phone from India a few days ago. We completed transaction via whatsapp and Paypal today.
.IN has a large %(relative to other extensions) of private sales. I believe its at least partly cultural- some end users value privacy and dont...
Is this case of domain seller counter offering ridiculously relative to the min offer set an outlier situation or there's a established pattern?...
Even with LLLs, junk is always junk.
These sales: Good cash, weak value.
Very likely bought by a popular rapper named "Rich the Kid". NIce sale
Congrats on your .US sale. I also agree with you that .US is underrated and has good future potential.
I respectfully suggest you sell off/flip/drop/gift most of these names. Cheaper alternatives to stock up on:
1) Patterned LLLL.in
Those buyers scored nicely(nice way of saying weak reseller prices, esp. for the very nice LLL combos). worrisome # of triple premiums were dropped.
But .com is scarce and expensive so i dont believe .com is a practical viable option going forward, unless those INdians mostly opt for the worst...
Since everyone is giving their INpinion on .in, here are mine:
1) You cant understand .in fully from the "outside"
2) I would bucket a majority...
You're seeing that because the 4L market is currently in depression/contracting due to Chinese CHIPS bust, so thats what explains the lower...
Tbh, regarding this "1% average annual sale rate of a portfolio", i think thats incorrect IF you hold the right types of/in demand names. If any...
PRINT.IN sold for $47,000 in a private deal.
These are also undersells!!
GGN is a big undersell.
Looks like the registry just decided to stop playing "nice" with domainers and reseller-investors. .CO registry knows the value and sales of...
Ok, sorry about that. I agree.
Separate names with a comma.