Labeled as .com in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by Tewksbury, Jul 9, 2019.
Well... stick around for a bit.
I am guessing most of the extensions are taken as a more or less direct result of the hard to believe 180k sale so people grabbed extensions thinking if phonemarket.com was a 180k value maybe their 2nd rate ext was worth a fraction of it say 1% which would still be a substantial $1,800. Now I see phonemarket.com worth only 3 figures and the other extensions (now worth maybe $18) still reg'd possibly due to being on auto-renew for years.
thank you for your kind answer
but are wrong again
my focus is .de
functionality is the same in all extensions
but not the desire of a potential buyer
Seriously? Your response is a Twitter hashtag -with only two tweets from a self-appointed monarch whose claim-to-fame is selling Porno[.com] for seven figures. Did you know your King has publicly stated: "ROI is something I never ever consider. It is something I ignore. Maybe that’s why my ROI is off the charts" I'm happy for you -and your King- that return on investment is of no concern. Lucky you. For serious investors ROI is the paramount concern.
Regarding the pretzel-logic concept of land-locked domain names ... a lot of domainers like to draw a comparison between real estate (an asset you can own) and domain names (an asset you can't own). This analogy creates a false equivalency between these investments and can create unnecessary confusion in the marketplace. As I've previously stated, there are several widely-accepted methods for appraising real estate. There is no consensus valuation-model for domain names that can withstand peer-review scrutiny.
I'm here in good faith. I'm happy to have an honest, open and respectful discussion about these matters with people willing to reciprocate.
how many domains have you sold?
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