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There are countless carcasses littering the domain investing journey.

Folks often enter domain investing thinking it’s nothing more than buying domains while sipping mai tai cocktails on a beach.

And if not that image, then the image is that domain investors purchase domains at standard registration fees on Monday, and flip them for 5, 6, and 7 figure sales by Friday.

Very few domain investors do either one of the farfetched lifestyle of domain investing.

In fact, most domain investors are quite diversified across the following domain investing categories:

  • Parking
  • Flipping
  • Development
  • Leasing
  • Long-Term Hold

In the latest podcast, I share thoughts about why I believe domain investors should develop a handful of domains from their domain portfolio into simple websites.

In addition, I share lessons learned regarding my own domain development experiences as a domain investor.

Meet Alvin Brown

He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable internet marketing and domain name strategies for greater commerce.

2 Responses to Why Domain Investors Should Consider Domain Development

  • Sohail Roshni says:

    Great points except for the fact that domain ppc income is dead.
    Also for someone who owns 3000+ domains , developing each domain isn’t feasible.
    I rather focus on outgoing leads for my domains.
    Sohail roshni

    • Alvin Brown says:

      Thanks for listening and thanks for your perspective. Indeed, domain ppc income today is “dead” when placed in comparison to it’s “heyday” circa 2007. But also keep in mind domain selection plays a vital role in realizing ppc income. To broad stroke ALL domain ppc income is a bit shortsighted.

      As for developing 3000+ domains, I believe it’s feasible to develop 3000+ domains given the right person, team, domains and resources. Anything is possible the person who believes and is willing to invest the time and effort to realize such a feat. I do agree a good percentage of domain investors aren’t and shouldn’t tackle the effort of developing 3000+ domains. But that should not stop investors from developing a given percentage — let’s say 5-10% — of their domain portfolio.

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