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Domain for a Domainer????

Located in General Domain Discussion started by Laseittyah Reuven, Jan 17, 2020.

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  1. Laseittyah Reuven

    Laseittyah Reuven New Member

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    Basically, I realize sticking to your guns is the best thing to do in all walks of life.

    So, I realizing that I'm good at finding great domains, but not at having the will, triumph, and selling power of the true domainer.

    Basically, is it a thing/is it possible to for me to get paid (not exactly flipping to anyone who'd buy the domain) but directly to a person/persons as their "supplier" of some sorts (I wouldn't buy the domain, I'd just get payed then let the person/persons know about it.)

    Let me know what you all think/know!!
     
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  2. WhoaDomain.com

    WhoaDomain.com WhoaDomain.com Gold Account VIP

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    there is something called "birddog" or "bird Dogging" it's a term in the real estate niche.

    I do it every now and then. I have real estate investors I know who have paid me in the past to get find them sellers selling their properties at 10-20% below cost. My end was $2000 flat.

    My area is NJ,NY.

    Jersey City mostly and Brooklyn, Bronx,

    I deal mostly with developers looking for big empty or preforeclosure lots.

    This is essentially what you are looking for Bird Dogging or becoming a Bird Dog.

    I guess it's possible. anything is possible when you put your mind to it.
     
  3. Bernard Wright

    Bernard Wright Established Member

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    Are you handregging these names? If you're indeed good at sourcing good domains, you could buy them and sell them on NP. Essentially this is the best way to capitalize on your skill because any good names would sell in an auction, thus your revenue would be maximized.

    Honestly, it seems to me that if your names were that good, they'd sell themselves with a BIN. Maybe you have insider leads like WhoaDomain describes. In such case, I'd understand your predicament. But if you're buying cheap drops and handregs, if you're worth "hiring", then you're doing yourself a disservice by being hired.
     
  4. jamesall

    jamesall BrandEntrance.com Gold Account VIP

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    I new a guy with that nickname, but that was because when he showed up the ladies left.
     
  5. bmugford

    bmugford www.DataCube.com PRO ICA Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    How do you know that?

    I have paid many finder fees in the past when someone brought great domains to me that I ended up buying, but normally "great" domains end up being crap.

    Brad
     
  6. WhoaDomain.com

    WhoaDomain.com WhoaDomain.com Gold Account VIP

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    Was this guy's name Michael Oxmall? aka Mike? :xf.wink::xf.grin:

    In that case, then for sure the ladies left.:-P
     
  7. Ryan217

    Ryan217 NameBlitz Gold Account

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    I agree you should just auction them off here. If the domains really are good you can make some money off of that.
     
  8. lock

    lock PremiumNameDomain.com VIP

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    ''spotters fee'' would mean you think you can buy but the name aim of the game is can you sell?
    Try some fixed priced wholesale and post them here if that is your strategy.
     
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2020
  9. HotKey

    HotKey Made in Canada VIP

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    It'd be tricky, if the names you find are truly that great, but you don't want to buy them immediately, they mightn't last. Securing great names can come down to the hour or day. And being swindled of your finders fee could be a real danger, as it would be possible for your customer to reg the name without proving it was them who regged it.

    There's a few on here who post lists out of the goodness of their hearts, which is pretty cool of them:
    https://www.namepros.com/forums/available-domain-names.106/
     

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