$46,500; Billing.io sold for $7,950
Posted on 19 February 2019 by NamePros Daily
Today: A tool that can tell you if a domain is eligible for transfer / Does it seem that there are more domain investors than end users? / Buying .com domains where at-least 5 other extensions are registered – Total Budget: $700.00 / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today!
Looking for pronouncable LLLL.com – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Double check your portfolio for a pronounceable four-letter .com if you are interested in their budget.
HempSupplies.org – I can see this working in a few extensions, but what do you think about it in .org? A hemp supply organization? What would a domain like this appraise for today?
Looking for a .com domain with the word ‘domain’ or ‘domains’ – Budget: Up to $250.00 – Do you have any domain names with the word “Domain” or “Domains” in them? If you’re looking for some fast cash, check out this buyers specified criteria.
Buying .com domains where at-least 5 other extensions are registered – Total Budget: $700.00 – Be sure to triple check your portfolio for one of these domains taken in over five other extensions. This buyer is looking for bulk in exchanged for fast cash.
Does it seem that there are more domain investors than end users? – I doubt it, but could it be true? How many domain investors are there in the world compared to the total domain name buyers market? Share some of your research and check out what other domain investors are saying.
A tool that can tell you if a domain is eligible for transfer – Is there such a tool out there that can tell you if a domain name can be transferred before you start to negotiate?
$46,500; Billing.io sold for $7,950 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a seven-letter, single-dictionary-word, .io ccTLD for a high-four-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than it sold for?