Part II Of My Introduction to the Biggest Myth in Domaining.
Read Part I here
Oh No!!! I need to sell. 😱😱😱.
The 10 steps start after this post. First a little on the mental and emotional side of domaining, if your not meeting your goals. If things are going great you can skip to the steps.
So back to buying because its the only thing you can actively do, and it makes you feel good. Your feeling good, you found a nice 2 word category killer, outbid some others and paid $110, and your sure an end user will … Read the rest
Coindesk is reporting 16 names were lost due to a glitch in a recent .ETH domain auction. And, because its a distributed environment, there is no way to undo or fix the transaction.
OpenSea, which was running the auction, is trying to fix the problem, at a cost. They are offering a 25% reward for the return. (See link below) My guess is its money well spent for the publicity it will bring from people asking what are .ETH names anyway.
Unless they give the name to the winning bidder, I also predict it will sell for 2-3x the prior … Read the rest
Domain Name Auction Bidding Strategies
Bid Soon, or Wait Til Last Minute?
Show Strength, or Be the Water Torture than Frustrates the Proxy Bidder?
On Extended Auctions, Overbid Fast, or Wait til Last Minute.
These are some of the questions I ask myself and I thought I’d share my journey, some thoughts and then some tips to help you be a better bidder. For an overview of some basic strategies, these articles set the stage nicely.
AuctionMasters.com Bidding Strategies
Read it if you can spare the 3 minutes. A couple of ideas I use quite often, Here is one.
Avoid … Read the rest
Editors Note: We have an affiliate relationship with Sedo, and make seek advertising relationships with companies mentioned in this post.
Are you receiving these messages below. Look at your past year and see how often your selling names. Once a month, once a week. There is a number out there for how many names you should sell, 1%. You should be selling 1% of your portfolio. I say baloney, do better. The 1% lets you make excuses for the 99% of your names that don’t sell. Read our prior post here.
Now if your asking top top prices; and truly … Read the rest
Domain Investing in Trends
In the stock market investors can sometimes be grouped as growth investors and value investors. Ill look at these two types of investing; and then apply some of the elements of each that I think apply to domain investing. Ill take you through a history lesson on earlier days of domain investing leading up to an analysis and opinions on trends and some tips for trend and theme investing. So first off I will cover growth or go with the trend investing.
Growth investors are investing in those companies growing earnings. Now everyone likes earnings. Analyst … Read the rest
This post covers daily domain registrations in CryptoCurrency and Cannabis, some popular trendy keywords. Later we walk you through the last 100 domain registration in the Cannabis space to see what the public can still register.
So those of us that didn’t register names in 1994 when our brothers nephews cousin worked at MIT have to try to catch some new trends to find premium names to buy and sell.
Crypto Domain Names
So of the current trends I thought I’d look at daily registrations of some trendy keywords.
So the green is coin which has the highest daily registrations … Read the rest
Read time about 5-10 minutes, not a quickie.
Frustrated with big players using bots and data to win all the good auctions, walk with me as I go through what you may be feeling, and some steps you can take to be a better domain name investor.
First off, No one said it would be easy. So buck up, stay in the game. There are still very few businesses with the potential of domaining.
Sure, we’d love to be the only bidder at an auction, and have the platform offer great inventory, and have a low minimum bid, and be … 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 you want to have 1 or 2 .ios on board for discussion with brandable buyers. If you want to try developing for sale on .io.
And lastly, pure chance someone else comes looking in the next year or two.
We did find every english word dropped in the past year is taken.
4 Letter Pronounceable Available Domains
… Read the rest
Well technically they are 1 words…
Reauthenticate.com… Read the rest