Discussion in 'Domain Name Sales' started by ro5hit, Apr 20, 2015.
I remember that was the magazine one i believe
It might look easy. In fact it requires a lot of knowledge about the domain industry and some luck.
$21-> $2,500 (.biz) it was sold last month.
$553->$8,000 (.com) it was sold 3 weeks ago.
Omg! Congrats! Good work!
0 > 3.000,-€ ( after 8 month )
reg on one.com for free @ promotion ( german foundation in Berlin bought it )
Stephanus.org ( Stephanus is a first name )
bought name at dotster a few months ago for $1.49 and sold on brandbucket last week for $3350.
one hit wonder!!!
I can now confirm the domain sold was laxil dot com
$8.99 > $2900 .org within a few months.
BIGGEST flip: Bought domain here at Namepros many yrs ago for $17k, sold it 1 1/2 yrs ago for $400k . It was premium nnn.com.
My quickest flip was a lll.com. Bought 55k last year and sold 185k this yr (10 months)
BTW, this is my new Namepros account, if someone is wondered
my biggest flip IN PERCENTAGE was a .CN (6-letters)
don't remember the price i registered ($29.99) and sold it for $55,000 in more than a year.
That's 1833% profit.
May I know how you deal it. I mean how you successfully done with transaction and which platform.
I hope .IDs worth that much..
I'll be the richest Indonesian domainer now. LOL
$69 -> $849 .com domain
Reached out to the end user via email and he bought it.
92k > 140k I could have get more but my asking price was bit low. however, its a part of business .
Hand -registered a dot-Com (August 2016) on GoDaddy.com for $8.47 and sold it 11.4.2016 for $5,000. I've been domain investing nearly 14 months now, and it was my 2nd sell in 12 months. Prior sell was a $1K > $7K flip. However, on the hand registered flip, it was definitely an undersell and the sell remorse still lingers.
What I learned from that undersell, is that leverage is critical in the domain game. One you have a large enough bankroll that you can say no to $5-$10k offers, you are on your way to being successful in domain investing.
28 >> 400 at Flippa 2 month later (10% rest)
no, that's x1833, so 1833x100% = 183 300%!
($55,000 * 100) / 29.99 = 183,394.46%
$864 which i just purchased only at a price of $ 9 . It was a quick flip
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