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  1. Lox

    interviews Domain King interview @ BusinessInsider

    I make millions selling domain names to big brands like CNN. Here's how I got into it and find new ones. - Rick Schwartz This as-told-to essay is based on a transcribed conversation with Rick Schwartz, a domain investor living in Florida. It has been edited for length and clarity. Investing in...
  2. Lox

    interviews Domain King interview @ BusinessInsider

    I make millions selling domain names to big brands like CNN. Here's how I got into it and find new ones. - Rick Schwartz This as-told-to essay is based on a transcribed conversation with Rick Schwartz, a domain investor living in Florida. It has been edited for length and clarity. Investing in...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. Maximinus

    poll Flipping vs Collectors approach to domaining

    Hello fellow domainers, Many in this forum deliver battles and argue about different pricing and sales strategies over the years. This results in confusing and misleading content over the whole forum. Many glorify multimillion domain deals on the other hand many preach the importance of high...
  6. Maximinus

    poll Flipping vs Collectors approach to domaining

    Hello fellow domainers, Many in this forum deliver battles and argue about different pricing and sales strategies over the years. This results in confusing and misleading content over the whole forum. Many glorify multimillion domain deals on the other hand many preach the importance of high...
  7. Bob Hawkes

    news Fractional Ownership And Domain Names As An Asset Class

    Are we approaching a time when domain names will be considered an asset class, like bonds, stocks, real estate, currencies and commodities? Will investors be able to hold domain name investments without the need to be directly involved in buying and selling of individual domain names...
  8. Bob Hawkes

    news Fractional Ownership And Domain Names As An Asset Class

    Are we approaching a time when domain names will be considered an asset class, like bonds, stocks, real estate, currencies and commodities? Will investors be able to hold domain name investments without the need to be directly involved in buying and selling of individual domain names...
  9. MHExplorer

    question Should i renew if these type of domains are not sold in the first year ?

    Hi everyone, Could you please advice, is it good decision to renew 3l biz, two words .org domains if they are not sold in the first year, even though the price is less than $1000 ? When to decide to drop your domains ? Thanks
  10. MHExplorer

    question Should i renew if these type of domains are not sold in the first year ?

    Hi everyone, Could you please advice, is it good decision to renew 3l biz, two words .org domains if they are not sold in the first year, even though the price is less than $1000 ? When to decide to drop your domains ? Thanks
  11. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Look At How Different Domain Extensions Sell

    Should a domain investor invest only in .com? I went looking for an answer in recent domain name sales data. There seems a common consensus that, after .com, among general purpose extensions with investment potential are .net, .io, .org, .co and .xyz. There is not agreement on the order of the...
  12. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Look At How Different Domain Extensions Sell

    Should a domain investor invest only in .com? I went looking for an answer in recent domain name sales data. There seems a common consensus that, after .com, among general purpose extensions with investment potential are .net, .io, .org, .co and .xyz. There is not agreement on the order of the...
  13. sivadomains

    discuss The Crypto-Currency domain market - Showcase and discussion

    Cryptocurrency product name for sale. This names would be well suited to a cryptocurrency company. Centerlized.com Decenterlized.com #DigitalWallet #Ecommerce #Finance #Financial #Investment #MoneyTransfer #Payments #Banking #Bitcoin #Cryptocurrency #Startups
  14. MyDomgard

    Wanted Investors wanted!

    We are looking for investors for the parbook® datingportal project. Visit parbook.com and get in touch with us. We look forward to new investors.
  15. MyDomgard

    Wanted Investors wanted!

    We are looking for investors for the parbook® datingportal project. Visit parbook.com and get in touch with us. We look forward to new investors.
  16. 62.com

    What's the value of domain names for you?

    Hi all As a domain investor, what do you think is the value of domain names for you? The value of collection, the value of investment, the value of asset, the value of projects, the value of brands or anything else? Thank you
  17. 62.com

    What's the value of domain names for you?

    Hi all As a domain investor, what do you think is the value of domain names for you? The value of collection, the value of investment, the value of asset, the value of projects, the value of brands or anything else? Thank you
  18. DuDD

    discuss 22 years of domain name investment

    Hello and best wishes As long as 22 years of domain name investment, obtain more than a thousand times of income:xf.cool: Let's see how it works:peeking:
  19. DuDD

    discuss 22 years of domain name investment

    Hello and best wishes As long as 22 years of domain name investment, obtain more than a thousand times of income:xf.cool: Let's see how it works:peeking:
  20. Lox

    information The cold email that shaped Zomato's destiny

    Sometime in 2010, Deepinder Goyal received an email that would change his destiny and that of the sender, Sanjeev Bikhchandani. Bikhchandani, the founder of Info Edge, one of India's most successful listed Internet companies, and his colleague Hitesh Oberoi (who is the co-promoter and CEO of...