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Will this arbitrage play net a big profit?

It looks like NMD.com sold on GoDaddy for $15,000 according to a poster at Namepros. This was a buy it now so I don’t think Namebio picked up the data. The domain was registered at Network Solutions since 1995. The domain had been under privacy for many years, the nameservers however have not changed. The […]
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When domain auctions jump the shark

There was a thread that’s now closed on Namepros where someone pointed out that a member wanted an auction to end 278 hours after the last bid. Some felt that this is fine, let the seller take as long as they like, they are trying to promote a good name. The name is average at […]
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If you are looking to sell your 3L.coms cheap this guy will help

From the get your comedy at Namepros instead of ComedyCentral.com or FunnyorDie.com file, there is a domains wanted thread that you would think was a prank, but it’s not. $$$$ INSTANT SALES COME AND SELL 4L $130 3L $400 Now of course anyone can set whatever budget they like, but I don’t think newcomers understand […]
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Are we entering the Golden Age for domain scams?

via GIPHY Domain scams and cons are not uncommon, front running, stolen domains and shill bidding are just a few of the many cons that domain investors have to be on the look out for. With whois going away, we might just be entering the Golden Age of domain scams. It’s going to be harder […]
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Efty is prepared for GDPR

Efty ( an advertiser here) wrote a blog post detailing their preparation for GDPR. Here’s why Efty users are best prepared for GDPR Unless you have been living under a rock for the past months you probably know that after May 25th public access to WHOIS is going to change when the European Union’s General […]
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Are old school domain investors still relevant?

So last week Rick Schwartz posted a semi – cryptic blog post. Some see it as a potential return to blogging. I thought either blogging or starting up a new forum, or conference. I had mentioned it in conversation to a few people over the weekend. One person asked me why I thought that was […]
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Incomplete data is worthless

I know there are a few who always say they don’t release any info on their sales. There are others who feel they know why and it’s not for anything honorable or on the up and up. Whether someone is trying to hype themselves up, boast about something that didn’t happen, or is just a […]
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Should women be avoided when trying to sell domain names?

NO! So a thread starter on Namepros posted the following: By selling domains to end-users, I got an impression that the women I contacted are absolutely not interested in buying domains. Since women in almost all industries are increasingly occupying managerial positions, this could constitute a major barrier to this domain selling mode (via cold […]
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The Essentials of Domain Leasing for Small Business

As you know or may not know, Kickstart Commerce offers affordable domain leasing for our growing portfolio of domain names. Typically, when I receive inquiries about some of my most popular domain names and met with stick shock from uneducated domain buyers, I always offer a payment plan to buy the domain, or a leasing […]
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