Increasing domain renewal fees causing large portfolio holders to sell
Posted on 05 February 2019 by NamePros Daily
Today: Defining a domain names value / 97688.com sold for $4,597 / Should you turn domain privacy off? / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Buying pronounceable LLLL.COM and dictionary words .co.uk domains – This buyer has a total budget of up to $20,000.00 and looking for four-letter .com’s in bulk. Do you have one that fits this buyers criteria?
Buying 2 word .coms with specific keywords and CVCV.com / VCVC.com – If you have any two-word .com’s with specific keywords, CVCV .com’s, or a VCVC .com, you could be up to $5,000.00 richer. Take a look at this buyers guideline.
Byepage.com -What exactly does a “Bye Page” look like? Is that the popup that say’s goodbye before you leave a website, or could it be something else? What would a domain like this one be worth in today’s market?
Should you turn domain privacy off? – There’s a mixed consensus when it comes to domain privacy. Some prefer it on so they get less spam and other prefer it public so they get more domain purchase inquiries. What about you?
97688.com sold for $4,597 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a five-number .com in the mid-four-figure range. Do you think it shpuld have sold for more or less than what it sold for?
Defining a domain names value – Do you have a domain appraising or evaluation strategy that hits the nail on the head? Take a look at how other domain investors determine value in a domain and share your strategy too.
Increasing domain renewal fees causing large portfolio holders sell – Has anyone else started to see some of the larger portfolio holders dropping or selling more domains for a fraction of what they used to?