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poll You get most of the profit from ?

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You get most of the profit from

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  • Domains you bought from expired auction

    votes
    26.1%
  • Domains bought from namepros and flip it

    votes
    21.7%
  • Domains you bought from marketplace and flip it

    vote
    4.3%
  • Domains you hand reg and flip

    11 
    votes
    47.8%
  • This poll is still running and the standings may change.

Isac

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From where you like to buy domain and from where you get most of the profit from

1. A domains you bought from expired auction
2. A domains you bought from namepros and flip it
3. A domains you bought from marketplace and flip it
4. A domains you hand reg and flip

Till now for me buying domains here and flipping it has worked best.
 
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Impact
9,577
I have had best success with dropped names that I have snapped.
 
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Jurgen Wolf

standforUkraine.comTop Member
Impact
11,826
Handregs + API...
 
3
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DanBingham

Top Member
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3,098
Dropped names that I snapped up
 
1
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Addison

Top Member
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1,644
Domain investors (who aren't on a buying hiatus) should do all of them.

There are superb opportunities in each one. :greedy:
 
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Since 2003, basically all of my sales come from...

#1 Expired .coms I pick up at reg fee
#2 Hand registered .coms

I'm a patient end user only seller so don't sell a ton of domains a year but I don't need to as all sales are x-xx into x,xxx-xx,xxx so the ROI is there to hold for the "right" buyer.
 
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siravi

Established Member
Impact
32
They really work for the business.
 
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Isac

Top Member
Impact
2,044
Since 2003, basically all of my sales come from...

#1 Expired .coms I pick up at reg fee
#2 Hand registered .coms

I'm a patient end user only seller so don't sell a ton of domains a year but I don't need to as all sales are x-xx into x,xxx-xx,xxx so the ROI is there to hold for the "right" buyer.

What's difference in your 1 and 2
 
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