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Five figure domain sale : Using the Uniregistry secure checkout process

acro.net acro.net: Since 2012, I’ve been using Uniregistry contact landers to promote the availability of my domain portfolio. The contact forms have changed over the years, and the Domain Name Sales system has become the Uniregistry Market. Although I self-broker my domains, I do assign domains selectively to the very capable Uniregistry brokers, with great results. The […]

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Find the right BIN price for your domains

When you rely on inquiries to sell your domain names, it’s important to price your domains right. Naturally, the most popular option is to leave that field open, waiting for offers. By doing so, you are inviting inquiries with various quotes, some of which undervalue the domain by far (“lowballing”.) Listing domains with a “buy […]
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Domain comps : Of little importance to end user buyers

Domainers love “comps” – the comparative sales numbers that help many price, and sell, their domain names. Most savvy domain investors have a good grasp of how to price their domains, and using comps is often utilized when flipping domains. If you want to sell to end-user buyers, however, the method is of little to […]
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Domain negotiations : Don’t compete against yourself

Quite often, domain inquiries kick-start the negotiation process, when the price quoted isn’t within the buyer’s budget. One thing to remember, after that initial price quote, is this: Do not compete against your own quote. The practice is common: the other party indicates the price quoted for a domain isn’t what they had in mind. […]
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Time to get out of the domainer village

Nine years ago I attended TRAFFIC 2008 in Orlando; the event was great, and I was able to finally meet people I only knew online until then. As a web and graphics developer, I felt that there was one thing missing, and that was the ability to see how my services intersected the needs of […]
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Proxy domain inquiries on the increase in 2017

Domain inquiries that utilize proxy third parties, are on the increase this year. Seemingly innocent queries attempt to approach domain owners, on behalf of larger entities. By using proxy domain buyers, a company can save thousands, sometimes millions of dollars. Whether these inquiries arrive from professional domain brokers, or other disassociated parties, one thing is […]
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Things I learned from my 9 years as a “domain blogger”

When I started Acro.net as a domainer’s blog in 2008, little did I know it’d continue for this long. Producing creative content predates my early domain blogger days by almost two decades, as a journalist for computer and subsequently Internet industry publications. Blogging, however, is an entirely different beast, that requires some other type of […]
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Domain investments : Hold long, for maximum ROI

My most recent five figure domain sale started as an acquisition on DNForum, around this time in 2005. The domain was part of a fire sale by the late investor, Igal Lichtman, whose “Mrs. Jello LLC” sales threads were legendary. I spent $1,000 buying two LLL .net domains, and a two word .com. Igal’s words […]
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