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Here is my domaining story - Ask me your questions.

Located in Ask Me Anything (AMA) started by NetworkPearl, Nov 23, 2019.

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  1. nhauctions

    nhauctions Established Member

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    I see people in all industries say that it's too late. It's too late to do Amazon FBA, It's too late to do dropshipping. It's too late to do domaining. Etc. It's never too late if you know what you're doing.
     
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  2. nhauctions

    nhauctions Established Member

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    I think this is worth noting. No need to overthink the situation. Just ask if it's for sale and that's it. No secret template is needed.
     
  3. Avijit Roy

    Avijit Roy Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    I really inspired by your sales.
    I don't want to raise any suspicion about your sales.
    Why your age showing as 24 years if you were 16-17 four years ago?
     
  4. NetworkPearl

    NetworkPearl Top Member VIP

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    Hi,

    I'm not 24, that was done by mistake and I dont think it can be changed so thats why.
     
  5. The Durfer

    The Durfer Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    now buy a low middle class house and rent it out for 1200-1300 a month with it. whoohoo.
     
  6. Sumeeth

    Sumeeth DomExpert VIP

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    Great work, waiting to know more about your strategies..
     
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    Tunde Established Member

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    aheiven Established Member

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    Congratulations, great work ,waiting to know more about your strategies (y)
     
  9. 4better

    4better Established Domainer VIP

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    This is inspiring. I always like to read something that is filled with positive energy. Positive thoughts, positive emotions, and positive actions ultimately bring positive results. Congrats and thanks for sharing your domaining voyage.
     
  10. manpreet

    manpreet Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Just noticed AIPod.com, that was a way undersell imo!
     
  11. NetworkPearl

    NetworkPearl Top Member VIP

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    Thanks but I got it for a good price and this is a domain that I couldn’t flip
     
  12. manpreet

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    Sure this happens many times with everyone, some good ones stay longer in our basket while the buyer selects which we didn't expect, so I can relate to it. Anyways, Congrats on your sale!
     
  13. Samer

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    And some stay on the market, forever...

    $190k is life-changing money.

    All due respect, think, he’d be a fool to reject,
    unless you already have the money, and re set

    Samer
     
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  14. domainexpert77

    domainexpert77 Established Member Epik.com Staff

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    Congratulations on your Domain Investment Journey @NetworkPearl

    Your story is really inspiring
     
  15. barybadrinath

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    You lost lot and lot of money for write.com on the table.
     
  16. NetworkPearl

    NetworkPearl Top Member VIP

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    Yes Write.com is a type of domain that you’d be more inclined in holding until you get a good offer of say high 6 figs but since I didn’t have a portfolio of many other good domains it just didn’t make sense to me to just sit on one domain even though I don’t really have any funding issues but still I invested a lot on the domain ( around $85k).
     
  17. barybadrinath

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    It's just my own opinion. Already after sale of Voice.com, prices have somewhat increased in general. This kind of name can easily get 500k from an end user. For a fast flip, it's quite a work. Congrats!!
     
  18. Shahid7

    Shahid7 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hello Everyone,

    Nice to see someone made the sale. Happy for you.

    It is always good to congratulate and it sure feels good being congratulated at the same time but the main key element here isn't just money that derived from it but the process on how each one was purchased and sold for a profit. So to some, it might sound life-changing money for some the effort he put in that also brought in the learning experience counts more than money and I think whoever has been through this understand it better than me.

    Today, if write.com is/was sold for a price of 190,000 US$ maybe someday a another nice domain, can be purchased anywhere from 10-50k might sell for 5-10 million so it's not like he left any money on table, but he picked up an experience from it which even 190,000 couldn't buy and it will make him a better person in understanding how to manage better names in the future.

    My argument with many people on namepros and people around me who wants to learn about domains has always been that very few actually take time to teach you how domains are purchased and from where and most of the people who come here wanting to learn they come with an attitude that they could be overnight millionaire, which isn't bad at all we all see dreams, but we need to look at reality and learn how to make domains work.

    The cost and research involved in this process are often skipped by some, or they often tell you which is the best domain that i can buy which can sell for whatever price.

    what they fail to understand is that most successful domainers who sold or is yet to make his big sales have been in this for a long time but there is no easy money in life so one should do their research and invest in a fun way always start small and make your way forward and stick to your decisions unless your wrong and you don't wish to see it :)

    Thank you but I just felt like typing this :) Good luck to everyone
     
  19. NetworkPearl

    NetworkPearl Top Member VIP

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    Wow great post, thanks for taking your time to write it.
     
  20. Shahid7

    Shahid7 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    It's my Pleasure. Stay blessed
     
  21. Omar Ashraf

    Omar Ashraf Established Member

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    That's so inspiring :)
    Thank you so much for sharing!

    I wish you all the best ❤️
     
  22. jtc10101

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    Do you use private registration for domains you own?
     
  23. NetworkPearl

    NetworkPearl Top Member VIP

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    nope
     
  24. PapaTama

    PapaTama Established Member

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    When you send outbound sales, how do you know that he is a potential buyer?
     
  25. jtc10101

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    What is the best way to appraise a domain name? I know it always comes down to "it is worth what somebody is willing to pay for it", but is there a reliable source that would get you in the ballpark?
     

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