If you’re like most domain investors — whether old, new, or in between, then you’ve likely explored or considered a number of domain platforms or marketplaces to stake your claim the next domain “rags to riches” story.
And while most domain investors love the thrill of buying and the adrenaline of a good auction bidding war, most have passed on or been completely in the dark on prospecting tools to increase the likelihood of quick flipping a domain into fortune.
Most domain investors, especially those new to domaining, tend to be on a tight budget when it comes to investing in paid tools designed to offer greater exposure to domain buyers and sellers.
While the free prospecting tools — Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, to name a few — help and are quite useful in helping to find domain buyers, paid prospecting tools drastically increase the probability of quick flipping a given domain.
Tune in as I explore a number of practical tools domain investors should consider when prospecting domain buyers for a given domain or domain portfolio.
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