Home » Archive by category domain negotiations

Are we on the same page?

Part of the domain investing game is waiting for inbound inquiries. Also known as “the waiting game,” this is the part that often challenges a domainer’s patience. Having sold domains I held for almost two decades, waiting on offers c...
Continue reading

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. […]
Continue reading

Never negotiate with the IT guy about domain acquisitions

Many incoming inquiries seem to arrive from a company’s IT guy, and they are outright the least qualified to negotiate with. An IT professional, whether middle manager or lower, is not able to make decisions that involve marketing functions and associated budgeting. While technically a domain name is a digital asset managed by the IT […]
Continue reading