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    advice Calculating your STR (Sell Through Rate)

    A domain portfolio sell through rate (STR) may be a vanity number that holds little importance to most people. The STR is the percentage of domain names that are sold, and it is usually calculated on an annual basis...Read More
  2. News

    advice Calculating your STR (Sell Through Rate)

    A domain portfolio sell through rate (STR) may be a vanity number that holds little importance to most people. The STR is the percentage of domain names that are sold, and it is usually calculated on an annual basis...Read More
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. Bob Hawkes

    analysis An Updated Look At Domain Names With Hyphens

    While hyphenated domain names are popular in some parts of the world, notably Germany, most domain investors shy away from them. Only a small percentage of domain name sales have hyphens. But there are also far fewer names containing hyphens that are listed for sale. So what about the rate of...
  6. Bob Hawkes

    analysis An Updated Look At Domain Names With Hyphens

    While hyphenated domain names are popular in some parts of the world, notably Germany, most domain investors shy away from them. Only a small percentage of domain name sales have hyphens. But there are also far fewer names containing hyphens that are listed for sale. So what about the rate of...