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discuss What would make you confident enough for full-time domaining?

Dynadot
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What event would make you so confident that you would quit your day job to pick up domaining full time? It could be anything like:

1) 1 six-figure sale
2) 3 continuous months with $$$$ in aggregate income
3) 1 5-figure sale every month

For me, it would be 12 months of mid-4-figure sale in a row and a portfolio of 1000 odd domains which seem like the trend of mid-4-figure sale would continue for another 5 years.
Also, it should involve me developing a sense of where to invest and having a model in mind where I clearly know what will sell and what not, being able to identify if a domain is underpriced or overpriced.
 

AEProgram

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full time? What can you possibly do full time in domaining?

You need an hour a day to review names dropping / expiring.

Most names sell from inbound unless you sell very cheap names or you win the outbound lotto.

Domaining is a hobby. Some people make money on their hobby, some break even and other lose.
 

Recons.Com

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full time? What can you possibly do full time in domaining?

You need an hour a day to review names dropping / expiring.

Most names sell from inbound unless you sell very cheap names or you win the outbound lotto.

Domaining is a hobby. Some people make money on their hobby, some break even and other lose.

Well, you could scale up. If you are buying 100+ names a day, that in itself could take full working day.

In past 12 months, I have been buying around 30 names a day on average and that takes probably good 3-4 hours a day.
 

AEProgram

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Well, you could scale up. If you are buying 100+ names a day, that in itself could take full working day.

In past 12 months, I have been buying around 30 names a day on average and that takes probably good 3-4 hours a day.
wow that's a lot of names a month. Are you buying to flip fast by listing on AN?
 
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