Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by huwenbin, Jul 25, 2021
IMO some sellers expect a big sale, but there are way more smaller sales daily.
are u kidding when u say I'm kidding
nope..there is such thing as unsellable names
Are these your "single word .com domains"?
I have checked randomly 10 names from your portfolio, and none of them were real English words.
Open the Cambridge Dicitionary: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/
Enter your "single words" one by one. If there are no results, then they are NOT English words.
To be clear, here is what English language means: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language
familarity is not an English word:
thx. but you know when register lots of domain not mean sell all. it is only spell wrong. should be familiarity. you know the meaning will be ok. not everyone spell all right in life i think.
if you want to find one you need. you can pick the best. like you not to buy all.
you can also say sorbol not an english word. but many people know it. use it. Like google, I do not think it's exsit all time. the English always create new word if need
You are right. It's more of typo of familiarity with missing "i"
I see that you've started listing them in the marketplace section of NamePros. Wish you good luck and wisdom...
Have request refund! Always move my threads, only three days 2 times, move all my threads.
For the marketplace section, you have to follow certain strict rules when listing your domains. Your listings did not belong in that particular section. You asked buyers to contact you through your external email address, for instance. That's why the mods have moved your listings to another section.
Please have a look at how other members describe their domains, and use the same format. Only with the right description you will be able to list them in other categories.
I'm sure you will succeed.
To learn some experiences from your practices and their suggestions. Wish you have a good luck.
We almost all gone through it at the beginning. It's unfortunately not the right way of getting things started. You're just going to hurt yourself by wasting time and money for nothing in return.
It seems like you're trying to convince yourself as hard as you can even if at the end of the day, you know that it was a bad move.
You can recover from your loss by learning something from it. I really recommend you to take the time (even if it takes hundreds and hundreds of hours) to read threads on NamePros.
Knowledge is priceless and is the key to success.
I looked at your list. Not confident any of it is even brandable just looks like worthless gibberish. If your not a native English speaker get English dictionary or bookmark a online English dictionary. If a word isn't English and commonly used it's going to greatly effect the value unless it a phrase or word group that is brandable. Can you name at least two business use scenarios for any of these?
I wouldn't go as as far as saying zero but tiny. Even it's 1% semantics aside unless your confident in your Investment criteria not worth the risk.
Single keyword .com domains remain valuable as long as it's in a popular niche or can be marketed at a large broad audience. If you have a random obscure dictionary word it may be worth only $20 to $50 as where a super generic and widely known word could fetch 6 or 7 figures+.
drop three zeros from the prices, don't renew, then move on.
No offense, but this list can best be described as crapoid
It is not uncommon to wonder about whether keywords like these have resale value as a newer investor. I might have registered a few like this in my early days. Use it as a learning experience. I'm sorry that you registered so many though.
I'm also guessing English is not your native language and you're not fluent in it. For investing in any foreign language domains requires an extra degree of due diligence.
Best of luck going forward.
It was not me who regged the names
I do not think cirrus better than them. only because cirrus being used by company.
if no company use. like is.com no value.
no better no worst. only the money's choice!
Actually OP is selling crapoid.com
Your stats are going to be better than dictionary searches and there is hope of address bar i dropped the single words i had that will never sell. It will be a learning experience as you cull.
Separate names with a comma.