Have you ever wondered why people let great domain names expire? I am talking about those high end names that sell for big bucks at auctions or to end users.
Here is why we think people let these domains expire.
Hey guys and gals…
So what happens when you actually accomplish a goal? When you do something you set out to do? This is when you have to tell yourself wow, I actually did it and reward yourself by doing something you enjoy to do!
This can be anything from playing a sports you enjoy, playing video games, eating at your favorite place. But for us, it’s munching insanely on some TacoBell…
So today, we’re going to try something a little different. One of the best ways to learn about a topic is to get information straight from someone who is an expert at the field.
That made us think…could we interview successful people, ask them critical questions nearly all of us may ask ourselves at one time or another and post their responses on our website? Guess what, we did just that! For now, well call this “Interview With The Experts, Volume #1“. With our special guest, Abdul Basit from AbdulBasit.com
If you ever wanted to learn more about domain names, I suggest you READ ON.
Do you have a domain name that you don’t exactly know what to do with? Maybe its a domain name that you purchased a while back and wanted to develop but haven’t gotten around to it yet.
Or it could be a domain name that you hand registered because you had a good feeling about but haven’t been able to get any action when you listed it over at the big auction houses like Godaddy, Flippa, Sedo etc.
So you log on to your computer to start your day. Check a few emails and then BAM…you see you’ve just received a new inquiry for your domain name. This person has even made you an offer. Yep, a huge offer of $10. So what should you do? Should you ignore them? Should you write back?
First do this…
Hey guys, so we received this question the other day regarding listing a domain up for sale. The person was debating to either put it up as a buy it now option or as a make offer. Now you can go with either one but of course one option tends to be slightly better than the other. Before we get into which option is better let us break down what we feel are the best places to list a domain name up for sale.
Have you ever wanted to buy a really good domain name (or what you thought was really good anyway) but you also noticed that this name is potentially owned by a business?
Did you know it is very stupid to buy a domain name that is trademarked? Well, we didn’t. Check out our story.
(Kids, don’t try this at home)
Have you ever thought about buying up some of the newer gTLD’s that have been coming out on the market? Maybe it’s .io, .church or .whatever it may be, one of the most important questions someone who purchases domain names can ask is “Will this purchase make me money overtime”?
Here is what we think.