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$10,000 domain name sale for a handreg with no favorable metrics

A long time member of Namepros and someone who I interacted with frequently in the .tv sub forum, Fleaking, announced a $10,000 sale. For $10,000 USD via Sedo, so happy with it because it is the longest domain(18 characters) and also a highest hand-regged name that I’ve ever sold, most importantly… it has 0 other […]

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Outbound = Spamming (Really???)

It seems like some domain investors continue to see outbound marketing as spam. Whenever the topic comes up on Namepros the comments fly. A recent thread on automating outbound got replies like: Another outbound thread?Outbout=spamming.How many outbound threads do you need? Outbound marketing needs to be done properly, making sure it does not violate the […]

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When selling a domain name make sure you understand the payment/delivery process

Congratulations you just sold a domain name for $9,999 on GoDaddy auctions. Your transaction has now been forwarded to Escrow.com since it’s over $5,000. Whoops, Escrow.com does not support your country and they will not send you the proceeds from the domain sale. GoDaddy: Payment transactions depend on the domain name’s selling price and the […]

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Be careful when you do a domain name transfer, you may not gain that 1 year

So there was someone on Namepros talking about a situation with a domain name transfer. Where they transferred a domain name for a friend. I transferred a .com for a friend into my account on 10th March 2020. Domain renewal date is 31st January every year. So obviously when I transferred the domain name on […]

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Make sure you have confirmation before you call something a scam or say a sale is not legit

This is nothing new in the domain industry but there were a couple recent examples of yelling fire in a crowded theater where there was not even any smoke. Mike Mann announced the sale of LightRock.com for $94,888. I posted the info on Namepros and the not legit sale postings started pouring in. Sometimes I’m […]

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