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NamePros Reported Domain Sales - March 2018

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  1. Lee Latner

    Lee Latner Established Member

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    Couldn't agree more. The Omar & Will series has filled a void for me. With the departure of Michael Cyger from the Domain Sherpa show, Omar & Will are filling my need for video and I couldn't be more grateful.
     
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  2. Haris

    Haris Best Domainer Of The End-Times VIP

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    The increase in number of reported sales is not related to your blog post at all and you know it. I am sure most members who report sales aren't even aware of this thread. But I will let them know and we will see whether they appreciate it or not.
     
  3. Eric Lyon

    Eric Lyon Member Services, NamePros Member Services PRO Business Account VIP Trusted Contest Holder

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    If a domain name is masked on NamePros, maybe Josh will consider masking it in his article too. Then, everyone will be happy.

    However, I recommend using a single style of masking (E.g. spaces: e x a m p l e . c o m) in the articles even though members use many different styles (E.g.: e/x/a/m/p/l/e/./c/o/m).

    Hope that helps,
     
  4. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO NamePros Supporter VIP

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    Pretty sure I never said it's related to my blog post.... I said that it's nonsense that reported sales have gone down but Okkkk @Haris :) .. I have a pretty good relationship with most members here so they can approach me whenever they want. We don't need you to mediate.
     
  5. Haris

    Haris Best Domainer Of The End-Times VIP

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    Just letting them know. Personally, I don't care if my buyers find these sales reported, I would prefer they don't find out, but not a big deal for me, I just feel most members won't appreciate it, if they don't care, then there is no point in obfuscating the domains in their posts.
     
  6. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO NamePros Supporter VIP

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    @Haris I appreciate your concern for other members but no need to be the hero here. Anyone that has a problem with this report can DM me directly.

    I've previously stated AND will state again. If you want to keep the sale "masked" then just make it clear in your post. Just like @Recons.Com has done in the past.

    See February reported sales - https://thedomainblog.org/reported-domain-sales-namepros-february-edition/

    You'll see that J/o/u/z and N/o/b/l/e M/e/t/a/l are masked.

    Having said this. If you report a sale that that you shouldn't be reporting. ANYONE can see it and retype it. If you sell a name on Afternic/Sedo/Flippa without a clue who the buyer is, then who cares? Afternic/Sedo/Flippa has the authority to report the sale anyway.

    I'll leave it at that for today.
     
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  7. Leo Angelo

    Leo Angelo Business Member Business Account NamePros Supporter

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    disregard, please
     
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  8. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Business Member Business Account VIP

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    I find the thread useful. Especially with the OP respecting the masked ones.
     
  9. Leo Angelo

    Leo Angelo Business Member Business Account NamePros Supporter

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    disregard, please
     
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  10. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO NamePros Supporter VIP

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    “No one is talking about NDAs here - sellers have a legal obligation to not speak about such sales.” ... 😳

    Not sure what you are talking about, but as a personal favor to you, I won’t report your sales if I see any from you.

    By the words of Eric Lyon, “I hope that helps”.
     
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  11. Leo Angelo

    Leo Angelo Business Member Business Account NamePros Supporter

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    I'm retracting, our logic was flawed here. Thanks
     
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  12. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO NamePros Supporter VIP

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    Thanks. I’m only trying to provide a useful resource. Most people are happy.
     
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  13. Leo Angelo

    Leo Angelo Business Member Business Account NamePros Supporter

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    Happy here, too. Thanks again for this great work!
     
  14. imadoer

    imadoer Active Member PRO VIP

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    I don't post my sales myself but if i did and i put slashes through my domain name that means I do not want it indexed.

    Reasons memebers may not want them indexed maybe they sold it to a buyer of theirs or another domainer. Maybe they don't want that price to be the benchmark Or maybe they sold it to an end user and they don't want the end-user to see them bragging about it, because they want him to come back for another domain whatever the reason maybe you should respect the posters decision to leave it unindexed and ask the op if they would be okay with you putting it in a sales chart

    There's tons of reasons why people do not want their sales index and then there's other reasons why they post on namepros to try to help others learn from their sales still even not wanting there sales indexed thats what the / are for.. respect the /

    I dont post my sales any more because i dont want people in my business and now even i decided one day i would. the fact that you will post it somewhere if i put slashes through it. I definitely wont.
     
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  15. Josh R

    Josh R Owner of BrandConsultants.com & TheDomainBlog.com PRO NamePros Supporter VIP

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    @imadoer ... Did you read everything...? - See below.
     
  16. Coinking

    Coinking Supportive Member NamePros Supporter

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    Thanks for sharing with us.
     
  17. MR PACKER

    MR PACKER Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Ha well you can ad LoyalDog .com to that list for $5000 (Another 15yr hold) as i sold that as well as CryptoCorp .com :xf.smile: It was a good month.
     
  18. karmaco

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    I personally think the respectful thing to do is if the person reports the sale masked then it should be masked. You are scraping info so scrape as the seller intended with their post. They should not have to say Mask this. It should be obvious.

    There are many reasons to keep it masked that don’t involve NDA’s. Like common courtesy to the new owner who might be building a site on it.
     
  19. DnFolk

    DnFolk Active Member VIP

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    Agree when seller reports with / then to keep the sale masked should be default criteria. not otherwise. rest good work by josh.
     
  20. Haris

    Haris Best Domainer Of The End-Times VIP

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    agreed.
     
  21. WingMan

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    Good to see hyphenated domain names doing well. Thanks for the great work @Josh R
     

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