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  1. Denismth

    question How to make 10k per year

    Being a beginner in domaining, and selling only 1 so far, I wish to have a sense of what is needed to make 10k a year which surpasses my yearly salary. My portfolio is just 150. 30% .com, 40% .xyz, .mom, .pics and others make up the remaining. Pls throw your best advice so I may succeed in...
  2. Denismth

    question How to make 10k per year

    Being a beginner in domaining, and selling only 1 so far, I wish to have a sense of what is needed to make 10k a year which surpasses my yearly salary. My portfolio is just 150. 30% .com, 40% .xyz, .mom, .pics and others make up the remaining. Pls throw your best advice so I may succeed in...
  3. lodown

    Branderio.com - The Awesome New Tool for Brandable Domain Investors

    Greetings DN community Are you a brandable domain name investor? Do you spend hours searching for brandable domains for your portfolio, for your development project or to list at BrandBucket and SquadHelp? Did you answer yes to any of the above? Then go check out BRANDERIO.COM! What the...
  4. lodown

    Branderio.com - The Awesome New Tool for Brandable Domain Investors

    Greetings DN community Are you a brandable domain name investor? Do you spend hours searching for brandable domains for your portfolio, for your development project or to list at BrandBucket and SquadHelp? Did you answer yes to any of the above? Then go check out BRANDERIO.COM! What the...
  5. Surya Giri Kurniawan

    The Biggest Fail of Domainers

    The biggest fails of domainers, including me : - Buying domains those already on hype at to high price and hope to flip again - holding good domains in too short time, then sell it for cheap or let it drop - think that domaining is a game of registering a name for $10, and flip it to xxxx$ in 2...
  6. Surya Giri Kurniawan

    The Biggest Fail of Domainers

    The biggest fails of domainers, including me : - Buying domains those already on hype at to high price and hope to flip again - holding good domains in too short time, then sell it for cheap or let it drop - think that domaining is a game of registering a name for $10, and flip it to xxxx$ in 2...
  7. T

    For some reason, I've been thinking of quitting domaining recently. Yeah - go figure. I'm sharing the thoughts, feel free to share yours.

    That doesn't mean it's not making money for me. It is. But it's not record-breaking stuff. Though it has better ROI than some other stuff I have currently. That doesn't mean it consumes a ton of my time. It doesn't - or at least not anymore. I've streamlined stuff. I can get away with as little...
  8. T

    For some reason, I've been thinking of quitting domaining recently. Yeah - go figure. I'm sharing the thoughts, feel free to share yours.

    That doesn't mean it's not making money for me. It is. But it's not record-breaking stuff. Though it has better ROI than some other stuff I have currently. That doesn't mean it consumes a ton of my time. It doesn't - or at least not anymore. I've streamlined stuff. I can get away with as little...
  9. News

    advice Maintaining the Status Quo in Today's Industry

    2022 started off on a very strong note. I closed some great deals, and things were looking positive, despite some dire economic predictions. The Summer has been quite slow, and I am sure it is not isolated to my business...Read More
  10. News

    advice Maintaining the Status Quo in Today's Industry

    2022 started off on a very strong note. I closed some great deals, and things were looking positive, despite some dire economic predictions. The Summer has been quite slow, and I am sure it is not isolated to my business...Read More
  11. lknights1987

    Questions for those that went from part-time to full-time domaining

    1. What do you do differently now compared to when you were domaining part-time? 2. Did you acquire more domain names when you changed from part-time to full-time domaining? 3. Do you regret quitting your job to take up domaining full-time?
  12. lknights1987

    Questions for those that went from part-time to full-time domaining

    1. What do you do differently now compared to when you were domaining part-time? 2. Did you acquire more domain names when you changed from part-time to full-time domaining? 3. Do you regret quitting your job to take up domaining full-time?
  13. Nomad91

    advice I received an offer from a Billion dollar company for my LLLL.co

    Hey Guys, So I received an offer from a billion dollar public company for a 4 letter word .co domain I own (LLLL.co) The domain is the companies name. They first offered me $2500 for the domain, I declined, and replied saying that my selling price is in the mid to high five figures range...
  14. Nomad91

    advice I received an offer from a Billion dollar company for my LLLL.co

    Hey Guys, So I received an offer from a billion dollar public company for a 4 letter word .co domain I own (LLLL.co) The domain is the companies name. They first offered me $2500 for the domain, I declined, and replied saying that my selling price is in the mid to high five figures range...
  15. abstractdomainer

    discuss Difference between a good and a great investor

    One of the big differences between a good and a great domain name investor is the time horizon for which they invest in a domain name: 1) They think long term 2) They buy names to hold for a longer period of time 3) Because they think long term, they know that they can't afford to hold and...
  16. abstractdomainer

    discuss Difference between a good and a great investor

    One of the big differences between a good and a great domain name investor is the time horizon for which they invest in a domain name: 1) They think long term 2) They buy names to hold for a longer period of time 3) Because they think long term, they know that they can't afford to hold and...
  17. abstractdomainer

    discuss Buying only good names and the ROI

    Having spoken to a number of investors, read through a number of threads, and seen it firsthand, I have now realized that a good domain is multiple times better than 100 average names. If you have a good name that you are willing to renew and hold for 5+ years for the right price, you somehow...
  18. abstractdomainer

    discuss Buying only good names and the ROI

    Having spoken to a number of investors, read through a number of threads, and seen it firsthand, I have now realized that a good domain is multiple times better than 100 average names. If you have a good name that you are willing to renew and hold for 5+ years for the right price, you somehow...