I may have misunderstood your reply @topdom but in any case it depends how you budget. Pay for things up front or ahead and you get a massive discount than paying monthly. Also depends how you monetise your domain names. If you lease domains then it's regular income. If you put ads on domains then it's also regular income, especially if you are reseller too. If you successfully flip domains I imagine it's regular income. Therefore the biggest risk for a domainer is relying on big money sales. I could be wrong.
You'll never passively find the time. You have to actively make the time.if i had all of a sudden time to build things
In the end the temptation to develop my domain names was too overwhelming.If we are domainers surely all of us have the names to temp ourselves into being own end user.
You're right. It's not even that difficult to take on big brands if you have high qual targeted content.I have enough to take on industries.
If i quit my day job I have something to work on right now it covers it all.You'll never passively find the time. You have to actively make the time.
In the end the temptation to develop my domain names was too overwhelming.
You're right. It's not even that difficult to take on big brands if you have high qual targeted content.
There isn't a house I could drive to without refilling under a million here.I'm really surprised four people need to earn $ 11000 / month ($ 132000 / one year ) or above to quit their job when the estimated average U.S. family income in fiscal year 2021 is around half $ 79000 https://www.huduser.gov/portal/datasets/il/il21/Medians2021.pdf. More so because of the obvious difficulty in earning $ 11000 / month from domain name investment. Answers would be appreciated. Cheers.
You're right @D Haynes. I assume (no data, maybe a new future thread?) that most people would be willing to trim the costs to be a full-time domainer. However I'm quite comfortable on my current salary and I would only quit my job for the same (or more) money. As a contractor I could have a good month domaining, finish my current contract then find another contract if my domaining income fell below the line.I think this question can be taken and answered in a couple of ways...
How much do you need to earn from domaining to maintain your current lifestyle (or match the earning from your main source of income)?
How much would you be happy enough earning through domaining to go full time even if it meant living a simpler life?
Some people would be happy to trim the monthly fat (tv packages, meals out, gym membership, smaller house etc) and earn less if earning less was more enjoyable and less stressfull.