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question What job would want Domainer experience?

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Allgoodnamesaretaken

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Hello

Im wondering if there are companies that would hire someone with beginner skills in domain flipping. Only thing related to it I can think off is SEO companies, but they usually want someone with 2+ years experience (It's a common trend in normal jobs aswell, come on man, you need someone with 5 years experience to make excel lists?).

What jobs would need skills that are needed for domaining? Making portfolio is a good idea anyways, though Im not even sure if I even sell few domains, would intrest any employers.

Thanks for all your awnwsers and ideas!
 

Allgoodnamesaretaken

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If you sell domains, why would you even want a job? :xf.smile::xf.smile:

Because I've just started and Im looking for a job in general xD. If I manage to sell any of my domains, that would give me confidence into doing it full time (If you have time, could you check my thread about domain prices Im selling? Saw you in a lot of threads and Im a fan, Monke man).

And you know, it would be cool if someone would pay me to learn stuff that I want to learn anyways :D
 

Allgoodnamesaretaken

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As a full time job, doubtful. My domaining skills have come in handy with some of my employers though.

I've negotiated some deals for employers, and just found some great names for a consulting client that we are using for new brands.

So it's a "Not really, but if you have that skill it's cool" ?
 

Allgoodnamesaretaken

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@Allgoodnamesaretaken As a new account you may have restrictions, not sure. If you look at the "report" button, the buttons for "like, dislike, thank, agree, disagree" etc are all there in each chat just to the right of it

Nope, don't have it. Guess I have to wait or be more active. Just Imagine I've liked your post :xf.wink:
 

VadimK

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Because I've just started and Im looking for a job in general xD. If I manage to sell any of my domains, that would give me confidence into doing it full time (If you have time, could you check my thread about domain prices Im selling? Saw you in a lot of threads and Im a fan, Monke man).

And you know, it would be cool if someone would pay me to learn stuff that I want to learn anyways :D

Well, I am pretty sure you can get a job with some of the domainers here, but it's gonna be a pure marketing one. Do reaching to potential customers, outbound campaigns, social media profiles management, presentations, maybe phone calls etc.
Here are some people that claim they have teams for this precisely, so, you may want to post it in the ''Jobs'' section here on NamePros. And, as I've seen, you already have some offers to talk about in this thread.
Good Luck!!
 

Allgoodnamesaretaken

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Welcome to Namepros! Its a side effect from computer programming along time ago, Do you have computer programming experience or website development skills, that is more what they would look for. This is a rogue go along with something else field. good luck. :)

I know a bit about wordpress and if I need a code for something I just google it, other than that programming is just to boring for me :s
 
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