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Do you think your portfolio site name is good?

Labeled as poll in General Domain Discussion, started by abstractdomainer, May 21, 2020

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Do you think your portfolio site name is good?

  1. Bad portfolio name but good portfolio

    5 votes
    7.1%
  2. Bad portfolio name and bad portfolio

    3 votes
    4.3%
  3. Good portfolio name and bad portfolio

    2 votes
    2.9%
  4. Good portfolio name and good porftolio

    41 votes
    58.6%
  5. I don't use a portfolio site for my names

    19 votes
    27.1%
Total: 70 vote(s)
  1. BaileyUK

    BaileyUK Account Closed (Requested) VIP

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    Well i'm glad you deleted that unnecessary attack on me.
    Hopefully as time goes you'll get to understand domaining this isn't about buying - it's only about selling. look forward to reading about your successes. My incline though is you've built a castle before understanding how bricks are made. We'll see how you do
     
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  2. DomainRex

    DomainRex domainrex.com

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    Thank you sir :)
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2020
  3. BrandZen

    BrandZen BrandZen.com PRO VIP Gold Account

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    I use BrandZen.com

    Its not a portfolio site, but you'll find links to my portfolios on various sites.
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2020
  4. X7 Ryan

    X7 Ryan Owner, X7 Media

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    Where do I start...with your misrepresentation of what I said?

    Maybe that statement thats its not about buying but its about selling. Which isn't totally true as you can't sell without buying. And buying without selling is sure to bankrupt you.

    Or your closing statement that shows you clearly haven't read anything I said.

    I'm shocked you are taking a simple disagreement over something that is ultimately so minor so personally.

    But for the sake of not derailing this thread any further I will refrain from replying to any more of your posts.
     
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  5. BaileyUK

    BaileyUK Account Closed (Requested) VIP

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    Good job I didn't cut/clip you earlier comments - Look Newbie you just carry on - no skin off my nose.

    I am going to leave you to your own devices from now on in. Your clearly persuaded by your own self beliefs - So welcome to that clic.

    After nearly 10 years here on NP - Congratulations on being my very first on the ignore button.

    And done
     
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  6. BaileyUK

    BaileyUK Account Closed (Requested) VIP

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    Speedy ryan217 is deleting posts as fast as he posts. But yes I am quick to respond - maybe I should wait for his 30min time-out . What a dick-head

    From now on in he can harvest whoever he thinks gullible, without my interference
     
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  7. AuctionBio

    AuctionBio Top Contributor VIP

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    I have
    BrandFloor.com
    I grabbed it from godaddy expired auctions (in decent price tag) few months before as I was trying to search a name like brandBucket and BrandPa market places.
    Still did not put my entire portfolio on it, only a few domains on there (a lazy domainer :sleep:). Working on it and who knows that it will be a good competitor in brandable domain market with some exceptions.:xf.smile:
    I hope you ppl will like and remember the name.
     
  8. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Top Contributor VIP

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    I am listing my domains on my branding agency site:

    https://rightbrand.com

    So far only 1% of my portfolio listed there. Lots of work, but I already get encouraging results and get around 900 unique visitors a day, mostly USA, Canada, Europe.
     
  9. AuctionBio

    AuctionBio Top Contributor VIP

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    an awesome name with good site
     
  10. Rizki

    Rizki Top Contributor VIP

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    My site is PowerDN.com
    I bought the license for one site at dndork
    I think it's quite good, much better than if I develop it my self
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2020
  11. Seyikp

    Seyikp Established Member

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    Nice name, nice site.
     
  12. CraigD

    CraigD 360promo.com VIP

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    @DomainRex

    That's a very professional looking site!
    I especially like the individual logo's for each name - what percentage of your buyers do you find actually go on and utilise the logo, or at least the design concept?
     
  13. DomainRex

    DomainRex domainrex.com

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    Thank you!

    Depends to be honest but probably 60% used at least a similar concept to the logo
     
  14. NameFit

    NameFit NameFit.com - Right Name, Right Price Gold Account

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    It goes without saying that if you are in name selling business, you yourself need to have an impressive name. Think of this way, a potential customer does not like your portfolio name, they are already "hm.......".

    Does salesman with a clip-on tie get your attention? How do you potentially start dealing with him. Aren't you already biased?

    As a seller, one has to understand how domain buying process works. Buying a domain is seldom an instant process. Diligent buyers typically give themselves plenty of time to buy a domain. Thinking evolves, strategy evolves, and so does choice of a domain name. As a business, last thing you want is a name not truly representing you or a name limiting your growth. 'It is not easy to rebrand' - many psychological/financial factors involved in addition to loss of built equity.

    It is not far fetched to say that it is not the business defining the name, rather it is the name defining the business. Searching for a name presents you many possibilities which you have not thought before. A domain name should take into consideration the future direction of your business, possibly with a 5-10 year vision. So one should give enough time to name selection process. Recommendation to domain sellers is to go looking for a name themselves. It will give your insights into the minds of a buyer and help understand the process.

    In the name buying process, if the buyer has already visited the portfolio and did not like any names - simply for reason that that was not their thought process at that time. Your names were good but not 'quite match'. Down the road, their thinking evolved and now they want to revisit the names they had seen earlier in your portfolio. More likely they will come back to your portfolio if they remembered it. So it is always good to have a good portfolio name.
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2020
  15. Corey

    Corey GDBR. com VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I'm selling Liquid Domains LLLL.com's on a Quad Premium GDBR.com

    Cheers
    Corey
     
  16. Jimmysun

    Jimmysun Established Member

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    GDBR.com is a good domain.(y)
     
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  17. DomainMembrane

    DomainMembrane qualitydigitaldomains.com Gold Account

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    I’m somewhat new but am happy with my name and host.

    My parent company is Quality Digital, so I went with qualitydigitaldomains.com

    I’m happy I found Efty, but now I need to update the layout and backend data.

    open to any criticism or offers
     
  18. Mytz.com

    Mytz.com Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    It depends on you,
    Each has its own advantages,
    It's certainly useful for domain name investors,
    When it finds your other domain name through this domain name access,
    But if it's a terminal it doesn't really matter,
    Because he only wants the domain name
     
  19. handpicked

    handpicked Established Member

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    portfolio sites gives more identity and credibility in the long run i guess.
     
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  20. Alexej K

    Alexej K Established Member

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    As a freelance consultant, my website is a combination for consulting services as well as my domain portfolio. (All domains are redirected to their own specific lander)

    Went for a pronounceable 4L.com as an acronym: Up - Venture Enterprises @UPVE.com

    I've had multiple sales in the last month directly reaching out though the landing pages, saving a small chunk of money on commission fees.

    Saying that, my portfolio is still UNDER 100 TOTAL domains purchased over the course of ~2.5 years. I'm being methodical and apart from a couple of blunders, I'm reasonably confident that those domains will attract offers and buyers.
     
  21. lock

    lock DomainUsed.com VIP

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    I have a few domains i like that i am not presently using which will develop eg DomainUsed Just yesterday hand registered EntirePortfolio com. I am only judged by my peers on my worst name and could have developed a website with a better name. So i must vote option 2 as a portfolio is the entire list including not published although doesn't mean everything is cheap just some not the ones you want.
     
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  22. abstractdomainer

    abstractdomainer Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    And which one did you vote for?
    Not a good name I would say.

    Do we get a chance to see it? Can you share the domain name?
     
  23. abstractdomainer

    abstractdomainer Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    Don't switch.
     
  24. Reddstagg

    Reddstagg Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    And which one did you vote for?

    I voted for good portfolio name and good portfolio although many people would disagree with me. My portfolio can be best described as eclectic but at the same time I would certainly describe it as diversified across many different extensions and genres/niches. It is like having every car you ever owned in one garage. You can't explain why you have a certain car and not everyone is going to like your choice but it is personal to you and maybe it means something that no one would understand.

    An alternative theory for my choices is that I don't know what I am doing and there may be some grain of truth in that but life is not just about the destination it is also about the journey.

    This is my journey. Beeb beep

    Regards,

    Reddstagg
     
  25. Jimmysun

    Jimmysun Established Member

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    Thanks for your honesty, maybe will rebrand somedays later, now these domains ( Highquality.xyz ; Valuable.xyz; Premiums.xyz; 1.cool) can redirect to it.
     

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