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  1. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Dollar Volume Per Domain Listing (DVPL)

    One measure of domain name sales success is the sell-through rate (STR). For your own portfolio, that is simply the number of domain names that sell in a time period, usually one year, divided by the average number of domain names for sale during that period, and expressed as a percentage. For...
  2. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Dollar Volume Per Domain Listing (DVPL)

    One measure of domain name sales success is the sell-through rate (STR). For your own portfolio, that is simply the number of domain names that sell in a time period, usually one year, divided by the average number of domain names for sale during that period, and expressed as a percentage. For...
  3. Bob Hawkes

    opinion Domain Name Investors Make Predictions For 2023

    The more accurately we can predict the future, the better position we are in as domain investors. With that in mind, I sought views on: How Do You Think 2023 Will Be In Domain Investing? That discussion thread included a poll on overall optimism or pessimism about domain name investment in...
  4. Bob Hawkes

    opinion Domain Name Investors Make Predictions For 2023

    The more accurately we can predict the future, the better position we are in as domain investors. With that in mind, I sought views on: How Do You Think 2023 Will Be In Domain Investing? That discussion thread included a poll on overall optimism or pessimism about domain name investment in...
  5. Bob Hawkes

    analysis The .TV Domain Extension: Sales, History, Pricing, Types, Use, and More

    During recent seasonal promotions several registrars offered .tv domain names at the lowest price in many years, perhaps forever. I suspect I was not alone in picking up some names for a trial investment in the extension. That brings up questions such as: Who are typical buyers of .tv domain...
  6. Bob Hawkes

    analysis The .TV Domain Extension: Sales, History, Pricing, Types, Use, and More

    During recent seasonal promotions several registrars offered .tv domain names at the lowest price in many years, perhaps forever. I suspect I was not alone in picking up some names for a trial investment in the extension. That brings up questions such as: Who are typical buyers of .tv domain...
  7. WhoaDomain.com

    question Who owns or controls cctld’s?

    A lawyer recently told me that a country does not control a cctld and added that it is icann that owns or controls cctld. Can someone correct or confirm this? I was under the impression each cctld is owned by its respective country. Was I wrong all this time?
  8. WhoaDomain.com

    question Who owns or controls cctld’s?

    A lawyer recently told me that a country does not control a cctld and added that it is icann that owns or controls cctld. Can someone correct or confirm this? I was under the impression each cctld is owned by its respective country. Was I wrong all this time?
  9. Bob Hawkes

    analysis The First Six Months Of 2022: A Look At Domain Name Sales Data

    The first six months of 2022 resulted in 76,000 NameBio-listed domain sales of $100 or more, accounting for a dollar volume of just over $84 million. That is an increase of 0.9% in number of sales compared to the same six months of 2021, and a 4.1% increase in dollar volume. In this article I...
  10. Bob Hawkes

    analysis The First Six Months Of 2022: A Look At Domain Name Sales Data

    The first six months of 2022 resulted in 76,000 NameBio-listed domain sales of $100 or more, accounting for a dollar volume of just over $84 million. That is an increase of 0.9% in number of sales compared to the same six months of 2021, and a 4.1% increase in dollar volume. In this article I...
  11. Bob Hawkes

    tips Avoiding Costly Mistakes As A Domain Investor

    It is easy to make mistakes in domain name transactions. Sometimes these mistakes can cost us money or opportunities. Fortunately, habits that require only a bit of extra time can save us from most of these mistakes. In this article, I am not talking about investing in the wrong domain names...
  12. Bob Hawkes

    tips Avoiding Costly Mistakes As A Domain Investor

    It is easy to make mistakes in domain name transactions. Sometimes these mistakes can cost us money or opportunities. Fortunately, habits that require only a bit of extra time can save us from most of these mistakes. In this article, I am not talking about investing in the wrong domain names...
  13. Bob Hawkes

    analysis 2021 Domain Name Sales Very Strong

    The year 2021 was very strong in aftermarket domain name sales, with strong prices, rising numbers of sales, and solidly higher dollar volumes. Across all extensions, there were more sales in 2021 than in 2020, about 150,800 versus 127,500. The average price increased as well, from $936 to...
  14. Bob Hawkes

    analysis 2021 Domain Name Sales Very Strong

    The year 2021 was very strong in aftermarket domain name sales, with strong prices, rising numbers of sales, and solidly higher dollar volumes. Across all extensions, there were more sales in 2021 than in 2020, about 150,800 versus 127,500. The average price increased as well, from $936 to...
  15. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Strong 2020 So Far In The .CO Extension

    Anecdotally, it seems that 2020 has been stronger than normal in .co sales. There are regular sales over $1000 reported on NameBio, sometimes multiple in the same day. I take a look at how .co has done compared to the past ten years, to see if this really is a stronger than normal year. I also...
  16. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Strong 2020 So Far In The .CO Extension

    Anecdotally, it seems that 2020 has been stronger than normal in .co sales. There are regular sales over $1000 reported on NameBio, sometimes multiple in the same day. I take a look at how .co has done compared to the past ten years, to see if this really is a stronger than normal year. I also...
  17. Bob Hawkes

    information Getting Creative Right Of The Dot

    The original intention was that extensions would play a key role in specifying the type of website that would be on that domain name. Domain names ending in .com were originally intended to be commercial in nature, while .org was intended for organizations, mainly nonprofit ones, and .net was to...
  18. Bob Hawkes

    information Getting Creative Right Of The Dot

    The original intention was that extensions would play a key role in specifying the type of website that would be on that domain name. Domain names ending in .com were originally intended to be commercial in nature, while .org was intended for organizations, mainly nonprofit ones, and .net was to...
  19. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Catching Trains and Avoiding Train Wrecks

    The Internet was in less than 5% of homes when visionary Gary Kremen registered jobs.com, housing.com, autos.com, sex.com and about two dozen other valuable domain names. For free! The story is relayed in David Kushner’s superb book The Players Ball. The main focus of the book is the decade plus...
  20. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Catching Trains and Avoiding Train Wrecks

    The Internet was in less than 5% of homes when visionary Gary Kremen registered jobs.com, housing.com, autos.com, sex.com and about two dozen other valuable domain names. For free! The story is relayed in David Kushner’s superb book The Players Ball. The main focus of the book is the decade plus...