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DomainSherpa Review – June 19: Hamam.com, MJ.com, InfluencerAgency.com, PureFood.com…

Domain Sherpa Domain Sherpa: What do successful domain name investors think when they value domain names?In this show:• We learn what the Sherpas bought or sold recently: Hamam.com, MJ.com, d.eco, InfluencerAgency.com• An investor's portfolio is appraised: PureFood.com, ...

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DNSeattle Live Stream Thursday 6-9PM PDT

Domain Sherpa: Thanks to the live streaming prowess of Marc Gawith, we will be live streaming DNSeattle this Thursday, May 25th from 6-9pm Pacific.While you won't receive all of the personal and professional benefits of attending DNSeattle in person -...
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Blockbuster $2 Million Freedom.com Sale, All the Details – With Ali Zandi

Domain Sherpa Domain Sherpa: Ali Zandi closed the second highest domain name sale of 2017 to date.If you want to know what goes into a $2 million blockbuster sale and hear all the details directly from the domain name broker that made it happen – this is the show you need to watch.

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DomainSherpa Review – May 8: UnsungHero.com, VirtualStudio.com, Gunslinger.com…

Domain Sherpa Domain Sherpa: What do successful domain name investors think when they value domain names?In this show:• We learn what the Sherpas bought or sold recently: VirtualStudio.com, PDMC.com, SweatSeal.com• An investor's portfolio is appraised: vHeadset.com, 365G...

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How a Startup Founder Negotiated and Purchased Snappa.com – With Chris Gimmer

Domain Sherpa Domain Sherpa: Chris Gimmer and his co-founder built a pretty slick piece of software called Snappa. I liked it so much I became a paying customer just nine months after their launch.But they launched on a .io domain name and – as Gimmer describes in "How (and Why) We Purchased the Snappa.com Domain for $40,000" – their "cool startup domain name" left their customers confused and questioning the longevity of their operations. So, negotiating the price down from $84,500, they bought Snappa.com for $40,000 on a payment plan.But nothing is ever as easy as it sounds, and in this interview Gimmer explains the details behind his thought process at each stage of his bootstrapped SaaS startup.

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