How to define high quality domains

How to define high quality domains

Today: sold for $7,399 / Domain price monitoring/alert / .org is becoming more valuable than .net / And more!

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying 3char domains – Check your portfolio for one of these letter, letter, number, .com domain names. If you’re looking to liquidate for fast cash, this buyer has a budget up to $500.00 for the right one that meets theirs guideline. sold for $2,000! – It’s nice to see another .tv ccTLD sales report. $2,000.00 for seems like a good deal for both parties. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than it did?

Appraisal needed from seniors – – I suppose their could be a market for fake burgers. Maybe plastic toys, decoration for an open-house, dog toys, etc. How much do you think this domain is worth?

.org is becoming more valuable than .net – Do you agree with this theory? Does someone have any research data to back it up? Keep an eye out for what stats others are sharing.

Domain price monitoring/alert – Do you monitor a domain names price using an automated method? What/who are you using? See what other investors are saying. sold for $7,399 – What do you think about that one? Not a bad sale, right? There’s nothing like a high four-digit domain sale to get you motivated in the morning.

How to define high quality domains – When you look at a domain name, what are the key factors you look at to determine it’s quality? Check out what other investors are saying and compare notes.

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