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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 ?

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

Page’s Take on Names.Club

Are you a website operator or builder who wants to pay for a name while you operate the business? Are you a broker/investor who would like to take down and control a name with a 10% down payment and 5 year 0% interest financing? Check out my take on names.club.

I am a paid broker for Names.club. You save 5% when you use code MAKEMONEY. The great news is all the savings comes off your down payment.

So a $10,000 Name requires $1500 down, or only $1000 down with code MAKEMONEY. Then payments are $141 a month for 5 years. … Read the rest

Using Registration Data to Buy Domain Name

One of the things that has really improved in the Domain Space is data and tools.  We have more data, presented by different websites and apps than ever before. See our Domain Tools and Services section of the DN.BIZ directory for more.
Todays feature will be one of the tools at DomainScope from Verisign; today we will look at Keyword Tools.   The Verisign team that built DomainScope has been at Namescon the past few years (well 2017 and 2018). They rolled it out with some fanfare. This and other  tools on their site encourage .com registrations (and .net, … Read the rest