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Totally new and looking for someone to do the job for me

Located in Domain Beginners, started by Rnas, Jun 3, 2020

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  1. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Hello

    I am totally new to this.

    I want to buy the domains from Dans Justdropped list because they look good. Is this a good idea?

    If so, I really have no idea how to sell them or any of the ins and outs of this business and I am seriously looking for someone to just do the job for me.

    I will purchase the domain and you can sell it for me and take a percentage.

    I am guessing Justdropped list are almost all very good esp the ones that he says is estimated by estibot so I don't feel like I need to do much evaluating and appraisals for it.

    If anyone has an advice for me please do so as I really have no idea about anythig except for Dans list.

    Thanks
     
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  2. Zagalee

    Zagalee Established Member

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    Please my advice to you as a fellow beginner is to go to "Beginners Section" and understand what you're venturing into.
     
  3. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Ok thank you I will do that
     
  4. gilescoley

    gilescoley Top Member PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Read this forum for a few months before buying names
    Make sure you there are potential end-users for the names before buying them
    Do not use uutomated appraisal tools like Estibot etc to get a domain value, they are not accurate
     
  5. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Thank you for this key advice!
     
  6. Lord Antares

    Lord Antares Top Contributor VIP

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    Unfortunately, no one can do this for you. Why would they do work and take a cut if they can just buy the domains they like for themselves?

    Many people start out by requesting this, but domainers will only ever want to broker your domains if they are high quality (i.e. you paid good money for them).

    You have a lot of reading to do. Read a lot, then read some more. After that, start acquiring domains because new domainers are likely going to spend money on subpar domains.
     
  7. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Ok I really appreciate you telling me that. You are right. Which means I need to be serious about learning this myself. thank you. I will do that!
     
  8. M0rd0r

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  9. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Thank you! I just had a read. Did you end up selling them?
     
  10. M0rd0r

    M0rd0r Established Member

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    Well, I bought the past week.

    Be ready to hold a domains for years.
     
  11. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Ah I see. so what are the running costs now?
     
  12. M0rd0r

    M0rd0r Established Member

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    The cost of the domain (whatever you pay for it) plus the cost of yearly renewals ($7-$10) in a good registar.
     
  13. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Oh ok so every year you have to pay for eg. approx $40 ($30 domain cost + $10 registra) for it?
     
  14. Lord Antares

    Lord Antares Top Contributor VIP

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    You have to pay about $10 per year (give or take, depends on the registrar) per domain.
     
  15. Rnas

    Rnas Established Member

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    Ok thank you!
     
  16. shojib

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    Read this forum for a few months before buying names
     

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