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Is domain industry affected by Corona?

Located in General Domain Discussion, started by Robin Hablani, Mar 24, 2020 at 6:10 PM

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  1. Robin Hablani

    Robin Hablani GoDomainers.com Blue Account

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    Hello Everybody,

    It's been couple of months since, I have visited Namepros to get on the domain investing thing, during the Corona outbreak, do you think it's a good idea?

    Please be HOnest!
     
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  2. Riz M.

    Riz M. EmpireNames.com PRO VIP Gold Account

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    its good idea but I have checked your dan portfolio you have to improve quality of names if really want to make money.
    Thanks
     
  3. alcy

    alcy Top Contributor VIP

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    if your able to make profit from domain investing in times like these, then obviously you are in better position than owners of external businesses outside internet.. barbershop, bar, etc... who now have a serious problems and make no money.. with many close for good and going bankrupt... whether domain investing or any other online money making venture, it is a big plus now, and may well remain the better option for long time to come.. depending how this unfolds.

    but to answer your question, i think all humans are afected by corona... sellers and buyrs.. it is not uncommon nowadays to hear buyers say during negotiations they have no money to pay.. can only pay less these days ... due to corona virus.

    its all understandable. the whole world is affected.

    but as I Said... in times like these, you want to be a domainer, not a barber.
     
  4. BrandAptly.com

    BrandAptly.com Established Member

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    It depends entirely on YOU. The factors you should take into serious consideration are:
    1) The type of domains you are selling
    2) Where you are selling
    3) Your salesmanship skills
    4) Your pricing
     
  5. lock

    lock FREE.MARKETING VIP

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    Yes those domains you thought you would get small sales for may not be worth holding. Might be best to cling onto your long term best names and cull those undecideds like to see peoples appraisals and views over shared domains. It can be tough making drop decisions as it is let alone making them over next few months. I went ahead weeks ago and renewed most of my favorites in case of this current situation.
     

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