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    advice To BIN or not to BIN, that is the question

    I came to the realization that my usage of buy it now (BIN) pricing on 90+% of my portfolio is making this business less fun. I have nearly all of my inventory listed on Dan.com and GoDaddy with BIN prices. After having the best sales year last year and the first half of the year on fire, I...
  2. News

    advice To BIN or not to BIN, that is the question

    I came to the realization that my usage of buy it now (BIN) pricing on 90+% of my portfolio is making this business less fun. I have nearly all of my inventory listed on Dan.com and GoDaddy with BIN prices. After having the best sales year last year and the first half of the year on fire, I...
  3. James Iles

    information Top Topics: Should You Factor in Inflation?; Do You Have a BIN on More Than 1 Marketplace?...

    In this week's Top Topics, we look at inflation and whether that should have an influence on the valuation of your own domain names. Elsewhere, a domainer asks for opinions on whether having a BIN (buy it now) price at numerous marketplaces is a good idea, and how would you allocate your...
  4. James Iles

    information Top Topics: Should You Factor in Inflation?; Do You Have a BIN on More Than 1 Marketplace?...

    In this week's Top Topics, we look at inflation and whether that should have an influence on the valuation of your own domain names. Elsewhere, a domainer asks for opinions on whether having a BIN (buy it now) price at numerous marketplaces is a good idea, and how would you allocate your...
  5. T

    discuss Interesting conclusions after unusual year sales (.ORG > .COM)

    Some things I've just realized, might be quite useful to others: DON'T LOWER YOUR PRICE. Now let me explain. During 2019 I've had a very weird situation with sales. Almost no .COMs sold, except some at very low prices ($100). It has been eating me to understand why, and to boost the sales...
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    discuss Interesting conclusions after unusual year sales (.ORG > .COM)

    Some things I've just realized, might be quite useful to others: DON'T LOWER YOUR PRICE. Now let me explain. During 2019 I've had a very weird situation with sales. Almost no .COMs sold, except some at very low prices ($100). It has been eating me to understand why, and to boost the sales...
  7. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Domain Name Sell-Through Rates

    The domain name sell-through rate is the percentage of domain names that sell in one calendar year. For example, if your sell-through rate was 2% and you had 400 domains in your portfolio, on average you would expect to sell about 8 domain names per year. In this post I look first at the...
  8. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Domain Name Sell-Through Rates

    The domain name sell-through rate is the percentage of domain names that sell in one calendar year. For example, if your sell-through rate was 2% and you had 400 domains in your portfolio, on average you would expect to sell about 8 domain names per year. In this post I look first at the...
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