Wednesday , April 21 2021

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Domain Brokers Need to Have a Website

There are many people who call themselves domain brokers. It’s an easy business to get into, and the self-regulated nature of the business makes it pretty easy for someone to say “I am a domain broker,” without much pushback from anyone. Of course, there is a big difference between good …

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Domain Brokers Need to Have a Website

There are many people who call themselves domain brokers. It’s an easy business to get into, and the self-regulated nature of the business makes it pretty easy for someone to say “I am a domain broker,” without much pushback from anyone. Of course, there is a big difference between good …

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“Catch-All” Email Pitch Leads to Losing UDRP

I’ve heard differing opinions about setting up a catch all email for domain names owned by investors. What this means is that any email sent to any email address for that domain name will be delivered to an inbox controlled by the domain registrant. Whether emails received are typos or …

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Domain Investor Twitter After a 7 Figure Sale

It’s almost always great news when a domain name sells for 7 figures. It provides public validation that good quality domain names continue to be rock solid assets for their owners. We always hear whispers about large sales, but it’s much different when someone goes on the record to report …

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Angel.com Sold for $2 Million via Sedo

Sedo Sr. Broker Dave Evanson just reported the sale of the Angel.com domain name for $2 million: Just sold Angel .com for $2,000,000.00!! Congrats to buyer and seller!! Look for the domain to be put to use very soon! — dave evanson (@SedoDaveEvanson) April 15, …

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This Domain Name is Subject to Repricing

When I am discussing the sale of a domain name with a prospective buyer, I let them know that the domain name is subject to repricing. This not only serves as a warning to a prospective buyer who might be surprised when they return to a domain name that has …

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Namecheap Acquires IZ.com and Poke.com

A little over a month ago, I reported that Namecheap acquired Cluster.com for $150,000 in a private transaction. The acquisition was made by the company “as a brand asset for a future product,” according to Namecheap CEO Richard Kirkendall. I recently learned that Namecheap has acquired two additional high value …

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Best Buy Puts Swirl.com Up for Sale

I don’t regularly see large companies looking to sell excellent one word .com domain names, so I thought I would share a sale listing I recently noticed. Swirl.com has gone up for sale via MarkMonitor and Sedo. The domain name currently hosts an inquiry form to get in touch with …

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Domain Name Pricing is an Art

I took a Financial Accounting course my first semester of sophomore year in college. I don’t remember much from the class except for one thing the professor told us that I will paraphrase: “accounting is more of an art than a science.” I think the same thing can be said …

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Domain Name Pricing is an Art

I took a Financial Accounting course my first semester of sophomore year in college. I don’t remember much from the class except for one thing the professor told us that I will paraphrase: “accounting is more of an art than a science.” I think the same thing can be said …

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Namecheap Acquires IZ.com and Poke.com

A little over a month ago, I reported that Namecheap acquired Cluster.com for $150,000 in a private transaction. The acquisition was made by the company “as a brand asset for a future product,” according to Namecheap CEO Richard Kirkendall. I recently learned that Namecheap has acquired two additional high value …

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This Domain Name is Subject to Repricing

When I am discussing the sale of a domain name with a prospective buyer, I let them know that the domain name is subject to repricing. This not only serves as a warning to a prospective buyer who might be surprised when they return to a domain name that has …

Read More »

This Domain Name is Subject to Repricing

When I am discussing the sale of a domain name with a prospective buyer, I let them know that the domain name is subject to repricing. This not only serves as a warning to a prospective buyer who might be surprised when they return to a domain name that has …

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