The Essentials of Buying and Selling Domain Names
Quick Summary of Contents
- 1 Why domain buyers should do simple math before making a domain name offer
- 2 Should my company defensively register domain extensions?
- 3 How little can I spend to buy a domain name?
- 4 No thanks, I’ll register another domain name.
- 5 3 Steps To Reclaim Lost Domain Names
- 6 Buying and using domain names with hyphens
- 7 Losing domain names is an expensive lesson
We’re back on the saddle for another round up adventure.
Today’s round up will help those of you in search of good content centered around the essentials of buying and selling domain names.
From novice to expert, I believe you’ll find a good bit of content spread far and wide throughout the internet.
From DomainSherpa.com to DNForum.com to Domaining.com to DomainNameWire.com to DomainBoardroom.com to name a few of the many domain news places, you’ll find and uncover an assortment knowledge when it comes to buying and selling domain names.
Today, I’m sharing with you my top 7 posts for buying and selling domain names.
My hope is that you are able to glean knowledge from each piece of content, and put into action some of the various domain selling and buying techniques to benefit yourself and others you may know.
Why domain buyers should do simple math before making a domain name offer
Have you ever really sat down to do the real math behind the cost of a domain name you so badly wanted to purchase and the operation costs of a brick and mortar store?
Many business owners are shocked and appalled at the asking price of domains without ever considering or comparing the cost to their brick and mortar. This article will help you understand just that and more…
Should my company defensively register domain extensions?
Outside of registering the traditional .com domain for your business, read this article to gain clarity and insight to whether or not defensively register domain extensions is a need for your business. This is a must read article as I touch on why you would and wouldn’t want to defensively register domain names, no matter the extension.
How little can I spend to buy a domain name?
In this article, I outlined the different types of domain buyers and how you can identify each one when you receive a domain inquiry.
I also provide some proven tips and tricks to use when attempting to buy or sell a domain name. Whether you’re a buyer or seller of domain names, this informative article is a quick and easy read.
No thanks, I’ll register another domain name.
In this post, I discuss a play-by-play of a domain inquiry I received from a buyer. I outline the various steps in my process for valuing domains. I cover researching comparable domain values, checking other domain extensions, how to research buyers using the internet and more…
3 Steps To Reclaim Lost Domain Names
Have no fear if it’s you that has lost your domain name. In this article, I cover some tried and true methods for reclaiming lost domain names.
In addition, I also outline a plan to attempt to foolproof your chances or odds of ever losing another domain name, whether intentionally or through carelessness.
Buying and using domain names with hyphens
If you’ve ever thought about buying or using domains with hyphens, then before you do, you’ll want to read this article in it’s entirety. I discuss in full detail about the pros and cons of buying and using domain names with hyphens, and how it can impact your business in all aspects.
Losing domain names is an expensive lesson
Yes, to lose a domain is a costly experience, and one that I wish on no one. Knowing that, I wrote an article about how we as domain owners can safeguard ourselves and our domain accounts to lessen the chance of losing a domain against the many known and unknown threats.