Located in Domain Beginners started by tomcarl, Jul 23, 2015.
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I am only getting into this now, and interested in buying and reselling. Where do you track domains that are about to expire, or do you just pick a domain and keep an eye on the expiration date?
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Here is the number #1 tip for beginners keep returning to Namepros. It doesn't matter if you don't have domains as long as it interests you. There will come a time you know exactly what domains you want.
Don't be this new member join, say hello get a warm welcome, post your sentimental domain/s for appraisal / reality check only tell experienced domainers are wrong and leave.
Many assume it may take moments to learn domaining but it may take time to perfect buying let alone negotiating and knowing legal, technical side and how to market them.
Over time every ones points of view changes on everything no matter how stubborn you are as speculation changes based on others situations reactions, personal results as well as sales figures. Trends offer opportunity but make sure they are sales trends not buying trends.
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Awesome tips, every newbie need to read these tips carefully and follow it. Thanks for all who contributed to this thread.
Thanks @tomcarl for your 10 Commandments of Beginners Domain Wisdom
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I strongly disagree with tip #1. In my country where English is not the primarily languages, a lot of time brand names are made up by people who can speak “business English”, that is, they can have 2 hr sales meeting with a customer and golf with customers. But they can’t do marketing. The names and slogan they come up with are usually horrific.
Near the front door of the company I work for is a poster that says Smartouch, where “smart” and “ouch” are of different colors. Whoever came up with the name probably doesn’t understand the difference between the unimaginative “smart touch” and laughable “smart ouch”.
One domain I like is bloooom.com . Now, try to explain the difference between blooom (bad) and bloooom (good) to them.
In my opinion, if you can’t speak fluent English, you should get opinion from someone who does.
very helpful for beginners that will show the path to buy first valuable domain and to sell first domain. i will definitely follow this. thanks
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