So why another industry blog and why am I writing again. Well you will see more than just a blog on DN.BIZ, i’ll be producing content in quite a few formats, but as to the blog, thanks for coming in. Why.. you ask?
I think we under-serve the general public on information about domain names, maybe on purpose.
Because I think we can do a better job maximizing the value of domain names for the whole industry.
Because of the generally nice feedback and appreciation I receive at shows and in messages and phone calls about my time on Domain … Read the rest
Negotiating Domain Name Prices with Buyers
Are you not getting enough offers. You may be looking at the cost side too closely and only buyer cheaper names, and names you can get. Since everyone else could have got those names, your not getting offers. Buy Better Names.
If your in domaining to haggle and negotiate with buyers, buy better names
. A good 1-3k name bought at wholesale might produce 5-10 leads a month. Now everyone wants to buy this type of name for $50, and then wait for the leads to engage buyers. It probably wont happen with lessor … Read the rest
How Many Domains Should I Own?
So another take on the 1 to 2% portfolio turnover number that is thrown around quite a bit, is to reverse the numbers to determine how many domains you should own.
An owner with 1000 names should sell about 10-20 a year. Now I’m looking at this in the real domaining sense of end user sales at full price. So this is buy it now off landing pages or in aftermarkets or inbound inquiries.
If your selling wholesale, or quick flip or closeout you should be doing 5-10%, if your a full time domainer … Read the rest
Low profile launch, unpublicized test or New Expired Names Stream? Either way, I’m liking the selection so far, although at $50 more like Namejet aspirations, than Godaddy.
See our video on buying expired domains at Dynadot.com
What are Expired Names Auctions?
One of the best places to buy domain name inventory is through expired names auctions. Although right off the bat, realize your buying someones trash, they didn’t think it was even worth renewing for $10-12. But for many reasons, business closings, cash position of the owners and mistakes; expired names make up a big part of the wholesale … Read the rest
So heres another list, a follow up to todays After the drop these are some drops from the past year. So everyone has passed on these, and no end user has looked for and taken. Should you buy? Depends on if … Continue reading
So with the recent $68,000 swipe.io sale, some of you may need some .io inventory.
Almost everything taken but here is a top 10 from todays’ drop. Ill wait 24 hours before registering the ones i want. Lowest price at Namecheap and Dynadot from my research.
Todays’ best .io domain names available after the drop.
FuelCell.io Emerging Technology seems to fit .io extension
Ponk.io with llll, 1 word pronounceable is the best.
HackySack.io popular and well known game, and thus word.
Genderless.io Progressive type word
ailawyer.io Shows a tech connection for an attorney in AI
Birdbath.io Perfect for software, online … Read the rest
This is a Puppy
They need to be loved, and given food and water.. and they love you back. They mean something. You care about them, you invest in them, sacrifice for them.
This is another small dog..it should not be left alone, it should be taken in, it should not be let out to face the world alone.. You should sacrifice for this dog. You should spend money on this dog. You should put the needs of this animal before your own. Let it become part of the family.
Now puppies are one thing, and bad domain names … Read the rest
howtoplaydarts.com – NOTD
wehocannabis.com – abbreviation for West Hollywood
customlogomakers.com… Read the rest
Weekly Wrap-Up – From the last few days, still available
driveanddrink.com – ok so this is what you dont do
bouffanthair.com… Read the rest