When entering into the domain industry with great hopes, wishes, and dreams of striking it rich as a domain investor, most domain investors would ever imagine having to mortgage their house in order for their dream to be realized.
Well, that very thought as well as few others was considered by Drew Wash — a long-time domain investor, and entrepreneur of MovingSites.com, a host of website communities designed to bring experts together. Continue reading
Of course, financing domain names is nothing new under the sun. Domain leasing and financing certainly happens each and every week, if not on a daily basis.
It’s not news to read about a person or company leveraging varying financing options to hopefully stake their claim to highly-valued virtual real estate.
Most likely everyone investing in domains has a hope and dream to realize substantial ROI for their domain portfolio.
And if you don’t, then you might need to consider your motive for domain investing in the first place. 🙂
I’m not going to tell you that you can or can’t make a reasonable amount of money buying and selling domains.
The truth is, domain investors can make money, lose money or do a combination of both, hopefully more of the former and less of the latter. 😉 Continue reading
It’s been a while since I shared a domain sale experience. The reason I’m highlighting today’s story is based on my latest experience selling a domain to a buyer that’s likely a Chinese domain investor.
How do I know that the domain buyer is a Chinese domain investor? I don’t know with great certainty, but it’s highly likely based on what I’m about to share with you.
I’m glad to report a few months into 2018 that I’ve been blessed with an influx of favorable domain inquiries. In fact, most of my sales started last November.
However, this specific domain request arrived a few weeks ago and intrigued me because of the following reasons: Continue reading
It’s been a little over a month since I attended and shared my NamesCon experience as a first-time attendee.
One of the most talked about presentations from day three of NamesCon was Paul E. Nicks’, GM of GoDaddy, keynote: Lessons Learned from Operating the Most Valuable Portfolio in the World.
But what you might not know or heard about was the very lively breakout session focused on domain appraisals: Mastering Aftermarket Appraisals. Continue reading
In today’s podcast, I go behind the scenes and discuss new top-level domains with one of the best domain broker’s in the industry, Jebidiah Burnett. Continue reading
If you’re new to registering and owning emoji domains, then you’ve likely discovered the scarcity of single emoji domains, especially .WS and .TO emoji domain extensions.
Or perhaps you were one of many lucky persons able to snag a few circa 2014 or 2015 before emoji domain search sites and engines started popping up left and right.
Emoji domains are the current talk of the town. But truth be told, emoji domains somewhat remind me of the dog that barked and chased the car. How so? Continue reading