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  1. topdom

    question Buying at the end of year, or at the beginning, which one is better

    From endusers' perspective, which one is better, buying in December or January? Reasons? The "best" month? Best time month/day/hour for outbounding?
  2. topdom

    question Buying at the end of year, or at the beginning, which one is better

    From endusers' perspective, which one is better, buying in December or January? Reasons? The "best" month? Best time month/day/hour for outbounding?
  3. News

    advice The best time to buy and sell is before the end of the year

    The end of the year can be a pretty good time to sell and buy a domain name. Companies may have extra money to spend, particularly related to marketing budgets. Individuals may be in a more jolly mood and may be more willing to fork out cash on a domain name acquisition. On the flip side, some...
  4. News

    advice The best time to buy and sell is before the end of the year

    The end of the year can be a pretty good time to sell and buy a domain name. Companies may have extra money to spend, particularly related to marketing budgets. Individuals may be in a more jolly mood and may be more willing to fork out cash on a domain name acquisition. On the flip side, some...
  5. PatrickV

    discuss I wonder why many domainers want to sell catchy/brandable domains for few 1000 dollars or less ...

    I believe patience and quality is the key for much higher prices in future, what if they can buy/steal your domain(s) for cheap at marketplaces (with their own domain pricing!) AND turn it into a succesful brand ... Some domainers ( it seems like) want to sell for nuts ... I wish them all a more...
  6. PatrickV

    discuss I wonder why many domainers want to sell catchy/brandable domains for few 1000 dollars or less ...

    I believe patience and quality is the key for much higher prices in future, what if they can buy/steal your domain(s) for cheap at marketplaces (with their own domain pricing!) AND turn it into a succesful brand ... Some domainers ( it seems like) want to sell for nuts ... I wish them all a more...
  7. Bob Hawkes

    information Domain Investing: Just The Basics – Part 1

    This two-part series is intended for those just starting out in domain investing. It covers basic information about registering, buying, renewing, researching, and listing domain names. Next week, in the second part, I will look at landers, types of domain names, pricing, tracking interest...
  8. Bob Hawkes

    information Domain Investing: Just The Basics – Part 1

    This two-part series is intended for those just starting out in domain investing. It covers basic information about registering, buying, renewing, researching, and listing domain names. Next week, in the second part, I will look at landers, types of domain names, pricing, tracking interest...
  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. 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...
  11. T

    information Afternic pricing, summer trends, and the $199 vs $299 price points (and other things)

    I've had about 3 weeks so far with very low Afternic sales, which was quite odd. I've finally untangled it. Here is what I've found and concluded so far (note, for domains I want to clear next): - The $299 price point has pretty much stopped for me during August. Yes I have a ton of those so...
  12. T

    information Afternic pricing, summer trends, and the $199 vs $299 price points (and other things)

    I've had about 3 weeks so far with very low Afternic sales, which was quite odd. I've finally untangled it. Here is what I've found and concluded so far (note, for domains I want to clear next): - The $299 price point has pretty much stopped for me during August. Yes I have a ton of those so...
  13. News

    .com WorldClass.com from $75k purchase to $400k sale in 4.5 months!

    So you know the punchline but you don’t know the name, so let’s get to the good stuff, and there’s double good stuff in this announcement. First the name, Braden purchased WorldClass.com for $75,000 and like the title of the post says, he flipped it for $400,000. That alone is pretty darn...
  14. News

    .com WorldClass.com from $75k purchase to $400k sale in 4.5 months!

    So you know the punchline but you don’t know the name, so let’s get to the good stuff, and there’s double good stuff in this announcement. First the name, Braden purchased WorldClass.com for $75,000 and like the title of the post says, he flipped it for $400,000. That alone is pretty darn...
  15. C

    advice Selling a domain over 50k- Sedo or Dan?

    Hey all, Where would you sell a domain over 50k? I saw a poll where majority voted Dan. Buyer wants to use Sedo. Also, my fiancee lives in Europe and they pay less taxes. I'd rather us pay 21% taxes instead of 35%. If I use Sedo or Dan, can I use her info to collect the money even though the...
  16. C

    advice Selling a domain over 50k- Sedo or Dan?

    Hey all, Where would you sell a domain over 50k? I saw a poll where majority voted Dan. Buyer wants to use Sedo. Also, my fiancee lives in Europe and they pay less taxes. I'd rather us pay 21% taxes instead of 35%. If I use Sedo or Dan, can I use her info to collect the money even though the...
  17. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Matching Social Media Accounts: Added Value?

    By owning your own domain name, you have independence from social media giants. Nevertheless, some potential purchasers of your domain names may prefer to also control the matching term in social media accounts. This can be a defensive ploy, or simply the advantage of consistent branding across...
  18. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Matching Social Media Accounts: Added Value?

    By owning your own domain name, you have independence from social media giants. Nevertheless, some potential purchasers of your domain names may prefer to also control the matching term in social media accounts. This can be a defensive ploy, or simply the advantage of consistent branding across...
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