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Who got the MOST impressive portfolio at NamePros?

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dnsgeni

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In terms of CREATIVITY and ESTIMATED VALUE
Who holds the MOST impressive domain portfolio at Namepros (that you have seen)?
 
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jhm

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The most impressive, the most valuable, the most creative is entirely subjective. I know it's not what you want to hear, but nobody can give you a sure-fire answer to this. Who made the most money last month, who made the biggest kill, who holds the "big stuff". It's pretty impersonal, don't expect much of a response
 
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dnsgeni

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The most impressive, the most valuable, the most creative is entirely subjective. I know it's not what you want to hear, but nobody can give you a sure-fire answer to this. Who made the most money last month, who made the biggest kill, who holds the "big stuff". It's pretty impersonal, don't expect much of a response
But I want a subjective response. Everything is subjective. Just state one (or more) that you personally like.
 

jhm

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But I want a subjective response. Everything is subjective. Just state one (or more) that you personally like.
Take my word for it, you're being impersonal
 

dnsgeni

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Take my word for it, you're being impersonal
I will not take your word for it. How am I being impersonal?
 

karmaco

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You want to examine other peoples portfolios and extract domaining knowledge from them? Thats not how it work especially when you don’t even know what to look for and the whys.

First of all, the best domainers don’t show their portfolios off here which is nothing more than vanity (or desperation) and secondly there is no work around in gaining knowledge and success in this industry.

Every few weeks we have some lazy soul like yourself demand we spill all and hand hold them into being a domainer.

Do it for yourself like everyone ultimately has to. We aren’t going to draw you a map. Or give you secrets that only experience would give you. It takes hard work and obviously you aren’t willing or able to do that.
 
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First of all, the best domainers don’t show their portfolios off here
and they are not necessary members (or, maybe inactive members).

Anybody wants to repeat their success? Some simply did the right things in right time (early 90s), so, how about time machine?
 

Sam1234

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Haroon Basha

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By sharing my best tactics or best strategies with others, Am I not inviting trouble for myself. By the way, why should I share, what benefits I am going to get? Nothing comes free my dear. Years of hardcore, intense and thrillingly experience, you want them in a plate?
 

dnsgeni

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By sharing my best tactics or best strategies with others, Am I not inviting trouble for myself. By the way, why should I share, what benefits I am going to get? Nothing comes free my dear. Years of hardcore, intense and thrillingly experience, you want them in a plate?
HOW can you write this when you have linked 8 of your portfolios in your footer?
 

Haroon Basha

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HOW can you write this when you have linked 8 of your portfolios in your footer?
Those links are meant for Real Buyers, not for curiosity seekers.
 

dnsgeni

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While I understand the "I worked hard to obtain this info, so you need to do it to" mentality, I do not understand the "you can't even ask about it" mentality. Many have their portfolios public on here. Wanting to view those shoulden't be looked down up on.
 

dnsgeni

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1 especially when you don’t even know what to look for and the whys.

2 the best domainers don’t show their portfolios off here
3 there is no work around in gaining knowledge and success in this industry.

4 Every few weeks we have some lazy soul like yourself

5 Do it for yourself like everyone ultimately has to. We aren’t going to draw you a map. Or give you secrets that only experience would give you. It takes hard work and obviously
6 you aren’t willing or able to do that.
1 Assuming
2 Some very good ones do
3 This limited belief is false. I got recommended allot of good portfolios yesterday, and if I would have varied my approach, I might have gotten even more.
4 Projection (of self image?). You don't know me. Neither what I do.
5 See my comment above. Why even comment instead of ignoring if you dont want to answer? Answering a question with "hello, yes me. I just want to say that I do not want to answer this question." WTF
6 I will post my sales on your profile as a drip feed from here on.
 

NYJimbo

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The most impressive, the most valuable, the most creative is entirely subjective. I know it's not what you want to hear, but nobody can give you a sure-fire answer to this. Who made the most money last month, who made the biggest kill, who holds the "big stuff". It's pretty impersonal, don't expect much of a response
If you want me to lie, then it's me.

Idea Volunteer GIF
 

The Durfer

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LoveCatchyDomains

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HOW can you write this when you have linked 8 of your portfolios in your footer?
Well, that's an example of his useful strategies and tactics! He seems to be a very smart domain investor, and his posts have helped me along the way (including the footer idea).
 

AEProgram

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Owner of HugeDomains/DC/NameBright hangs out here and probably holds the most impressive portfolio.
 
@Rick Schwartz has been active in last 365 days so he should qualify
 

wilbertti

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1 Assuming
2 Some very good ones do
3 This limited belief is false. I got recommended allot of good portfolios yesterday, and if I would have varied my approach, I might have gotten even more.
4 Projection (of self image?). You don't know me. Neither what I do.
5 See my comment above. Why even comment instead of ignoring if you dont want to answer? Answering a question with "hello, yes me. I just want to say that I do not want to answer this question." WTF
6 I will post my sales on your profile as a drip feed from here on.
Im no pro domainer by no means. I usually buy dollar club names (.com) . I have couple 3 letter tho like .co .eu .cc mainly under 90 dollar range I dont have too many sales, and I do this as my hobby (love it). But swetha.xyz doesnt tell me annnyyything (imho).. I use software tools to get good ones first and tools to mix up keywords. I bet that "pro" domainers have too. Creativity is really important and thats the part of every good domainer. There is no shortcut. Understanding the domain meta, growing knowledge and sales come by time. Trial and error. I started my interest in domains back in 2007, i had 14 year break, and im back again! This is in my heart. You do what you love. Invest wise, this is complicated. People have done this for decades! The competition is harsh and if mr Wonderful (Kevin O Leary) rings you a bell, "They're gonna crush you like the cockroach." Connect with people and be humble. Thats the key. I got lot to learn here.
 
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Broth Investing

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I’m sure there are 7 figure portfolios on here but I’m up to about 250k in portfolio value according to a mix of Epik / Estibot and Domainindex
 

lock

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Myself. I have seen more impressive portfolios.
But it would be like seagulls on chips if was to liquidate.
 
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biggie

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Hi

you would have to know what cards every poker player was holding,
to know who has the best hand.

and, unless you've had a peek or they've mentioned what they've purchased or if you follow premiums to see who catches and buys what...
then you might get an understanding of what kind of cards they prefer to draw.

on other side, you could look at what they sell and for how much and maybe even for how long they held that card, before turning it over.
these are things that give insight if you're bright and can connect dots mentally, as side notes.

still, "most impressive", depends on who is looking at what and how they compare their cards, to the other players cards.

imo...