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how to buy a domain name????

Located in Domain Beginners, started by annie sharma, Nov 29, 2015

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  1. annie sharma

    annie sharma Established Member

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    greetings everyone and i hope you all are having a great day, i wanted to ask a question which is quite silly but is surely important for me, "how to buy a domain name?" now i know i can simply go up to registrars and register a domain name but why is that all domains that are worth buying are so expensive...specially LLLL.net/LLL.net, they are usually around 3-4 figures but i have seen people buy those domains so cheap and sell such domains so high!, is there some site or way which provides such good domains? so if you guys can guide a little it would be highly appreciated and would also help those who are struggling like me to prosper in this beautiful industry... thanks in advance ...cheers
     
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  2. salm81

    salm81 Established Member

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    I don't know if I understand your question right as I'm new here too .
    but if you asking about domain registration (Google it ) and you get plenty of offers and companies offer you domain for fixed price .
    I suppose you not new on term of buying staff from Internet so domain registration are similar create account with registrar and select domain you want and click buy etc ...
     
  3. Tytus

    Tytus Established Member

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    You just answered your own question. Also less availability = higher price. As with everything.

    There is no specific site that provides only good domains. Domains have different values for different people. You have to find something that appeals to you and then acquire about it. Valuating a LLLL domain is a completely different matter.
     
  4. annie sharma

    annie sharma Established Member

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    Thank you for the response it means a lot :D
     
  5. mariusmrs

    mariusmrs Established Member

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    well it's possible that the domain name to be taken and that's a premium price.
     
  6. Nerevar

    Nerevar Top Contributor VIP

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    Your best chance to acquite a good domain at resaler's price is to watch this forum's auctions and BIN offers.
     
  7. Willox Perez

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    Just like a few others mentioned the better the quality of the domain the more you are going to have to pay for it. This does not mean that if you cannot afford these quality names you stand no chance in the industry. You simply have to get better at finding quality domains you can catch on the drop.

    This forum is full of information on how to find quality domains, what factors to take into consideration and also what market places to go to in order to buy domains or catch them on the drop. There are so many domains out there that by simply being consistent on a daily basis you put yourself in position to get good domains at a great price.

    I focus on looking through many and many domains every day over at expireddomains.net (Awesome resource) Like I mentioned before though make sure you first truly understand the concept of what makes a domain valuable and then go out there and experience it first hand.

    I am thinking the question should be how to effectively the right domain name? To be more specific =-D

    - Will
     
  8. WhiteScreen

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    the domain you want was taken or that's a premium price.
     

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