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sellian

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Honestly I have no clue. I saw a domain name acceptpets.com getting sold for several thousand dollars so played the gambling with acceptpet.com . Stupid I know. Anyway, it was my first try flipping domain so it’s okay I guess.
You are right, acceptpets.com is developed as a veterinarian business. I personally think it's a bad name for the purpose. Not good branding IMO. But still the plural version with pets at the end is better than the singular one.
 

Ravikroyal

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I share the same thoughts as @sellian. I prefer the plural, but offers accepted while you own it. Hope you get a bid. Welcome to NamePros
Yeah , thanks man. Also, I needed a little advice on something else too. So I was thinking about a new strategy. It’s basically that I will buy domains on godaddy auctions with 5 or more bids at price 10-40 $ and then quick flip them for a profit of just 20-30$. I’ll obviously increase the volume to make larger profits but just needed to know if it’s a fair strategy as the domains already has few interested buyers making it easier for me to sell
 

jhm

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Yeah , thanks man. Also, I needed a little advice on something else too. So I was thinking about a new strategy. It’s basically that I will buy domains on godaddy auctions with 5 or more bids at price 10-40 $ and then quick flip them for a profit of just 20-30$. I’ll obviously increase the volume to make larger profits but just needed to know if it’s a fair strategy as the domains already has few interested buyers making it easier for me to sell
As always, depends on what the domain is. If you've caught a nice dot com at a great price, flipping to an investor may be within the realm of possibility (if he or she thinks its good enough to hold). However, if you're buying such cheap domains at $10 - $20 etc, chances are they aren't fantastic, so I don't see great success in it. If you think you've got a network to do some quick flipping like that, and the quality is genuinely there, go ahead. IMO
 
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Ravikroyal

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As always, depends on what the domain is. If you've caught a nice dot com at a great price, flipping to an investor may be within the realm of possibility (if he or she thinks its good enough to hold). However, if you're buying such cheap domains at $10 - $20 etc, chances are they aren't fantastic, so I don't see great success in it. If you think you've got a network to do some quick flipping like that, and the quality is genuinely there, go ahead. IMO
Yeah , that makes sense. What do you think about one of these tho?
Speedywifi.com
Topdrug.com
Businessboard.com
All are around that range and they do have bids on them. They seem like good names to me. Just need a third person view
 

jhm

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Yeah , that makes sense. What do you think about one of these tho?
Speedywifi.com
Topdrug.com
Businessboard.com
All are around that range and they do have bids on them. They seem like good names to me. Just need a third person view
Hold for end users. These are decent domains, 4 figures each. IMO

Outbound- https://www.thebusinessboard.co.uk/

Email the above, offers accepted (yours is better). Hope this helps
 
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