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  1. DDD.COM

    discuss [Discussion] What are the characteristics of end-users who value domain names?

    While researching, I found that some end-users highly value domain names, and they exhibit distinct characteristics. 1.Previously experienced negative impact due to domain name choice Troop company initially didn't give much thought to their domain name and used a two-word combination format...
  2. DDD.COM

    discuss [Discussion] What are the characteristics of end-users who value domain names?

    While researching, I found that some end-users highly value domain names, and they exhibit distinct characteristics. 1.Previously experienced negative impact due to domain name choice Troop company initially didn't give much thought to their domain name and used a two-word combination format...
  3. Digital Nomad

    domains Trace.com SOLD for $150,000 (3 Year Payments): Peer into the minds of end-users and their acquisition prices

    Here is a great thread on Twitter where end-users share their acquisition prices and opinions of domain names. Some noticeable tweets in that thread:
  4. Digital Nomad

    domains Trace.com SOLD for $150,000 (3 Year Payments): Peer into the minds of end-users and their acquisition prices

    Here is a great thread on Twitter where end-users share their acquisition prices and opinions of domain names. Some noticeable tweets in that thread:
  5. blue crystal

    opinion What Possible Uses A Domain Name Can Have For The End-User ?

    I am listing some uses that I can imagine right now. Please help me to extend this list. 1) Replace the current domain name with a better one or the same name but with a more valuable extension ( like from .net to .com ). 2) Use the domain name to open a new company 3) Use the domain name to...
  6. blue crystal

    opinion What Possible Uses A Domain Name Can Have For The End-User ?

    I am listing some uses that I can imagine right now. Please help me to extend this list. 1) Replace the current domain name with a better one or the same name but with a more valuable extension ( like from .net to .com ). 2) Use the domain name to open a new company 3) Use the domain name to...
  7. blue crystal

    advice End-User Domain Selling Negotiation Tactics

    Since I am a newbie in the domain business and even on selling stuff, I am asking for advice from experienced domainers on end-user selling. Suppose an end-user potential buyer asked me about the price of a domain name, which I offered to sell in a previous email and then I replayed with a...
  8. blue crystal

    advice End-User Domain Selling Negotiation Tactics

    Since I am a newbie in the domain business and even on selling stuff, I am asking for advice from experienced domainers on end-user selling. Suppose an end-user potential buyer asked me about the price of a domain name, which I offered to sell in a previous email and then I replayed with a...
  9. blue crystal

    information What is Email Tracking ?

    And how it works ?
  10. Ategy

    Have You Ever Been the End-User?

    I set this up as a poll, but please also share your domains and/or details/stories in the comments below! :) I'm asking this because while I only started officially domaining 3 years ago, I actually purchased (Hand Registration) my first domain back in 1999! Within a couple of years I grew it...
  11. Ategy

    Have You Ever Been the End-User?

    I set this up as a poll, but please also share your domains and/or details/stories in the comments below! :) I'm asking this because while I only started officially domaining 3 years ago, I actually purchased (Hand Registration) my first domain back in 1999! Within a couple of years I grew it...
  12. infosec3

    tips Five things you should know about end-users

    Potential buyers or those evasive creatures we call end-users, tend to show certain behavior that, in my opinion, is usually predictable. After hundreds of successful transactions and a few hundred of failed transactions, these are five things I remind myself of when dealing with them. 1. Never...
  13. infosec3

    tips Five things you should know about end-users

    Potential buyers or those evasive creatures we call end-users, tend to show certain behavior that, in my opinion, is usually predictable. After hundreds of successful transactions and a few hundred of failed transactions, these are five things I remind myself of when dealing with them. 1. Never...
  14. SheikhOvais

    discuss Outreaching End-Users using Email - Effective or Not?

    Here's a nice post I just read on Linkedin Pulse about why emails won't always bring effective results while outreaching/selling. I know the topic has been discussed here many times but as time goes by, I am beginning to realize that email has been extremely abused and that us domainers should...
  15. SheikhOvais

    discuss Outreaching End-Users using Email - Effective or Not?

    Here's a nice post I just read on Linkedin Pulse about why emails won't always bring effective results while outreaching/selling. I know the topic has been discussed here many times but as time goes by, I am beginning to realize that email has been extremely abused and that us domainers should...
  16. News

    advice Owner Posts ‘Domain Buying Lesson’ On The Domain For Sale

    A domain name owner got offended by a low ball offer and posted a ‘domain buying lesson’ on the domain for sale.The domain was registered in 2003 while the “buyer” ended up buying the .org instead as his budget was apparently just $51 and at the end he said he hoped that the domain name owner...
  17. News

    advice Owner Posts ‘Domain Buying Lesson’ On The Domain For Sale

    A domain name owner got offended by a low ball offer and posted a ‘domain buying lesson’ on the domain for sale.The domain was registered in 2003 while the “buyer” ended up buying the .org instead as his budget was apparently just $51 and at the end he said he hoped that the domain name owner...
  18. News

    tips Not all domain buyers are businesses

    My friend faces a bit of trouble when inquiring about domain names. He is in the finance / banking / investment /venture industry. My bet is that domain owners who receive his inquiries do a Google search, see his background, and incorrectly assume that their domain name is the target of...
  19. News

    tips Not all domain buyers are businesses

    My friend faces a bit of trouble when inquiring about domain names. He is in the finance / banking / investment /venture industry. My bet is that domain owners who receive his inquiries do a Google search, see his background, and incorrectly assume that their domain name is the target of...
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