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  1. abstractdomainer

    discuss What would you price this domain at and why - Week #2

    So we have seen the negotiation side of the equation, the lead generation side as well. Let's discuss the pricing part of the equation - What would you price this domain at and why? VEGASCASINO.COM 1) Will you put it on BIN or Make Offer or outbound? 2) Which platform? 3) What price would you...
  2. abstractdomainer

    discuss What would you price this domain at and why - Week #2

    So we have seen the negotiation side of the equation, the lead generation side as well. Let's discuss the pricing part of the equation - What would you price this domain at and why? VEGASCASINO.COM 1) Will you put it on BIN or Make Offer or outbound? 2) Which platform? 3) What price would you...
  3. abstractdomainer

    discuss When pricing your domain names, what aspects do you consider?

    What aspects do you consider when pricing your domain names: 1) Past Sales of the same keyword - Has the same name sold in some other extension? 2) Google Search results - Number and size of potential buyers 3) Taken in other extensions - Using domaintyper to check which all extensions have...
  4. abstractdomainer

    discuss When pricing your domain names, what aspects do you consider?

    What aspects do you consider when pricing your domain names: 1) Past Sales of the same keyword - Has the same name sold in some other extension? 2) Google Search results - Number and size of potential buyers 3) Taken in other extensions - Using domaintyper to check which all extensions have...
  5. Bob Hawkes

    information Domain Investing: Just The Basics – Part 2

    Last week’s Domain Investing: Just The Basics – Part 1 looked at domain name terms, extensions, and the basics for researching, registering, buying, renewing, and listing domain names. The article also considered developing a plan for your domain name investments. This week, I take a look at...
  6. abstractdomainer

    discuss What would you price this domain at and why - Week #1

    So we have seen the negotiation side of the equation, the lead generation side as well. Let's discuss the pricing part of the equation - What would you price this domain at and why? CryptoWorld.com 1) Will you put it on BIN or Make Offer? 2) Which platform? 3) What price would you put - you...
  7. abstractdomainer

    discuss What would you price this domain at and why - Week #1

    So we have seen the negotiation side of the equation, the lead generation side as well. Let's discuss the pricing part of the equation - What would you price this domain at and why? CryptoWorld.com 1) Will you put it on BIN or Make Offer? 2) Which platform? 3) What price would you put - you...
  8. T

    strategy Don't use min offer on your names. At all. Just BIN.

    I know it might sound counter-intuitive for many, but this is what I have been doing this year. And I'm not going back. Reason: I've discovered that using min offer does NOT increase my revenue. At all. It probably won't improve yours as well, unless you are really unsure about the price and...
  9. T

    strategy Don't use min offer on your names. At all. Just BIN.

    I know it might sound counter-intuitive for many, but this is what I have been doing this year. And I'm not going back. Reason: I've discovered that using min offer does NOT increase my revenue. At all. It probably won't improve yours as well, unless you are really unsure about the price and...
  10. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Does How A Domain Name Was Previously Listed Matter?

    When you are considering a domain name acquisition, does it matter who owned the name previously, what price they asked, and the marketplaces they used to try to sell the domain name? We all know to check for possible developed use of a domain name, in case there was abuse that taints the name...
  11. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Does How A Domain Name Was Previously Listed Matter?

    When you are considering a domain name acquisition, does it matter who owned the name previously, what price they asked, and the marketplaces they used to try to sell the domain name? We all know to check for possible developed use of a domain name, in case there was abuse that taints the name...
  12. stub

    question "Domain Sales" Keyword Domains Question

    Apart from the .com is there any "dn/name/domain sales" keyword domains worth having for sale, knowing how tight-wad domainers are, and how high the asking prices are for these domains. I'm thinking here of domains like dnsales.net/org/co or namesales.net/org/co or domainsales.net/.org/.co or...
  13. stub

    question "Domain Sales" Keyword Domains Question

    Apart from the .com is there any "dn/name/domain sales" keyword domains worth having for sale, knowing how tight-wad domainers are, and how high the asking prices are for these domains. I'm thinking here of domains like dnsales.net/org/co or namesales.net/org/co or domainsales.net/.org/.co or...
  14. T

    discuss The right price of your domain is not set by you / The benefits of price testing

    You might thing you're setting your domain prices, but you're wrong. You don't. Your buyer does. Even if you have a ton of experience and you know already how to price each domain (congrats!) - you do that based on feedback of past sales and information you got over the years. Now this part...
  15. T

    discuss The right price of your domain is not set by you / The benefits of price testing

    You might thing you're setting your domain prices, but you're wrong. You don't. Your buyer does. Even if you have a ton of experience and you know already how to price each domain (congrats!) - you do that based on feedback of past sales and information you got over the years. Now this part...
  16. T

    analysis Some VERY interesting changes in pricing (numbers and strategy) during 2021

    2021 has been an wild ride for me. I started good, then slowed down (a lot). But after some recent changes described below, now my sales have taken off like a tsunami. There are reasons behind this latest stream of sales and it's not just random. For example I'm having a stream of 4-fig sales...
  17. T

    analysis Some VERY interesting changes in pricing (numbers and strategy) during 2021

    2021 has been an wild ride for me. I started good, then slowed down (a lot). But after some recent changes described below, now my sales have taken off like a tsunami. There are reasons behind this latest stream of sales and it's not just random. For example I'm having a stream of 4-fig sales...
  18. James Iles

    information Top Topics: Property.com Under $36 Million Contract; The Secret Behind My Afternic Pricing...

    In this week’s Top Topics, we look at Rick Schwartz’s latest blockbuster domain deal and we feature a couple of separate discussions about domain name landing pages and pricing strategy. Property.com Under $36 Million Contract Domain name investor Rick Schwartz has had a string of...
  19. James Iles

    information Top Topics: Property.com Under $36 Million Contract; The Secret Behind My Afternic Pricing...

    In this week’s Top Topics, we look at Rick Schwartz’s latest blockbuster domain deal and we feature a couple of separate discussions about domain name landing pages and pricing strategy. Property.com Under $36 Million Contract Domain name investor Rick Schwartz has had a string of...
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