Mastering domain investing across quality, quantity, and time with Alex Verdea
Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Many domain investors unknowingly commit to this is very deadly and costly approach to domain investing.
Whether hand registering domains, or buying domains via forums or auction platforms, this “spray and pray” approach to domain investing costs to the tune of thousands.
Sure, you’ll manage to sell a handful of domains along the way, but your overall domain portfolio health and key indicators are likely to be pale in comparison to professional domain investors.
After all, the average sale through rate of average domain investors is somewhere between 1-3% annually.
And putting pen to paper leads a person to discover that 1 out of every 100 domains in a portfolio is sold.
Most domain sales are anywhere between $1,000 to $5,000, mostly likely $2,500. Even only selling one means a portfolio of 100 leaves one in the red by $5,000 or more per year.
Alex and I discuss how an early career in sales at Radio Shack paved the way for his entry into domain investing. In addition, Alex explains how refining his strategy of “quality, quantity and time” led to laser-focused domain investing across 4 industries.
Most importantly, Alex reveals the one game-changing thing every domain investor needs sooner rather than later.
It’s truly an insightful episode, especially for those enter into domain investing or those domain investors who are ready to close the gap on quality, quantity, and timing to realize more consistent, profitable domain sales. Hit play and enjoy!