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Hello Friends 35 Domains to sell, I am new to Domain Investment

Labeled as strategy in ☆ Networking - Meet and Greet, started by Naresh Ravula, Apr 17, 2020

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  1. Naresh Ravula

    Naresh Ravula New Member

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    Dear Friends,

    I am new to domain investment. I am from Vancouver, Canada. Happy to be part of the professional domainers community.

    I have a list of 36 domains that I purchased recently feel free to look at them. Please reach out to me if you need any help, i will try as much as i can do :). Take care friends

    Dream2abroad.com
    Digibie.com
    iotprinciple.com
    iottransition.com
    iotcreation.com
    Informationtoshare.com
    3dchessgame.com
    aadhion.com
    billionairespace.com
    billionairesspace.com
    cloudpremium.online
    enterprisecloud.online
    esportstreet.com
    exclusiveleads.online
    greenishlife.com
    jewelcreek.com
    lifeatspace.com
    onlinetakes.com
    plants.life
    pokerhost24.online
    prinzmetal.com
    readfount.com
    rollsplaza.com
    royal.monster
    snookerpros.com
    stellarstake.com
    time4trivia.com
    unpaidmedia.com
    urpodcast.com
    vanfoody.com
    youthbuddy.com
    trendyqueenz.com
    eshopymart.com
    eshopycart.com
    eshopykart.com
    home2kart.com
     
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  2. Donmarick

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    Sorry, but I not see anything special here. Probably all reg fee or maybe a few of them low $$.
     
  3. Naresh Ravula

    Naresh Ravula New Member

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    Thanks for your message, no worries Donmarick. Maybe my domain names not received your interest. I believe people like these domains some of the domains are pro domains.
    Take care :)
     
  4. Donmarick

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  6. Peak.Domains

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    Hey welcome to NamePros from a fellow Canadian.

    The best thing you can do when you're getting started is stop buying names, look at which names are selling (namebio.com is neat for this), keep not buying names, look at more sales, follow some auctions, read a lot, then start to buy some names.

    If you're hang-registering names, you have to keep in mind that these are names that nobody else wanted to buy. If a name has been available to register until today, it means there hasn't been any end users that would even pay $10 for it, and no domainers that wanted to invest in it, either. Out of all of the experienced domain buyers using all sorts of fancy bots, if it's available to register - nobody else wants it currently and nobody has wanted it for as long as it's been available.

    Some gems definitely slip through the cracks. And in some cases it will have been registered in the past and then dropped, but even in those cases it means nobody wanted it in the expiring auctions, or to catch it off the drop, or to register it after that.

    Just food for thought!

    I want to be very clear that this doesn't mean there aren't good names to register. Just means that most names available to register, aren't good names. Also watch out for names that people are selling saying "20 years old! Aged domain!"... If they've waited 20 years and haven't found a buyer, do you really want to take on that burden? (There are exceptions to this. To everything!)

    I'm mentioning this because it's been something that's been clicking for me lately. Better off having one $300 name you bought at wholesale, instead of 30 names you handreg (Just my opinion!!!) Because there's a better chance you can unload it for around what you paid for it to another investor if worse comes to worse, and because it'll only cost you under $10 a year to renew, instead of having to invest the same amount each year in renewals that you spent for the names in the first place. There are people who are finding great handregs and proving this wrong too, even if they're just flipping them here for $15-$25. I've handregged a name and sold it for $300 via inbound email offer a month later - it can happen, but it can also get pricey to maintain a big portfolio of lower-quality names vs a smaller portfolio of higher quality names.

    There's domain investment and there are domain lottery tickets. When you play Bingo, you wouldn't call it investing, right? Heck, even a lot of stock-trading strategies aren't really "investing". Sometimes the line gets a little blurry but it's important to understand whether you're investing in assets that have inherent value to investors and end-users, or you're just crossing your fingers and stacking up regfees year after year hoping to get lucky.

    You can find some domain auctions and try to guess what they'll sell for, then check back and see how close you were at estimating the value. That's a good exercise when you're getting started.

    With your names, another good exercise would be to ask yourself "Who would buy this? Who is the end-user for this name? Would a travel startup call themselves Dream2abroad.com?"

    You have a handful in there that I could imagine a commercial venture being interested in, and a lot that I think, after some reflection, you may not want to renew.

    But please take this with a grain of salt, I'm much less experienced than a lot of the folks here, and I have a lot fewer sales under my belt. Just my 0.02, good luck!
     
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  8. WatchDogue

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    Hello!

    If interested you can put some of your names in the NamePros APPRAISALS section located at the top of this page. Some members may offer an opinion re value. Not all requests for Appraisals get replies.

    Welcome to NamePros!
     
  9. Naresh Ravula

    Naresh Ravula New Member

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    @WatchDogue: Sure, I will do that, thanks for the advice.

    @Peak.Domains: Thank you so much for providing great and detailed insight about it, i highly appreciate your effors for spending time to write that big info. As i started buying domains from this year march. Soon i purchased, all these domains, then i realised this is not the correct way. its a kind of a gambling to loose money. first i need to sell the domains which i already have then i can purchase. Now, i sopped purchasing the domains and now sole purpose is to sell these domain as many as i can.

    I also, have another idea. I have a hosting space. I am planning to use all these domains for affiliate marketing and clickbank sales channel to generate the revenue. so that, atlease i can cover the cost for renewal price and meanwhile i get some traffic to newly registered websites.

    Thanks and take care and be safe :)
     
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    @Naresh Ravula You're welcome. I'm a big advocate of developing domains, I think it's the best thing that can happen to a name. Best of luck, please feel free to reach out anytime if I can be of any help.

    The appraisals section is a good way to get some opinions, but I've noticed sometimes the answers can be a bit inflated or optimistic. If you can stomach it, another way to find out how desirable your name is would be to pop it into an auction here - but sometimes, it can go for less than it's worth, too, so it's a double-edged sword.
     
  11. DigitalRoar

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    Hello, seems you're off to a decent start!
     
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    Hi there,

    Welcome to NP! Hope you enjoy your stay here (y)

    Btw I am fairly new as well.
     
  14. Sumeeth

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    Hello @Naresh Ravula , Welcome to the NamePros :)

    This is Sumeeth from India

    Thanks,
     
  15. Lavern Clardy

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    Welcome to NP. try Auction.
     
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    Hi, Welcome to Namepros glad to have you with us!:xf.smile:
     

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