Today: What to do if you accidentally accept a deal when you meant to counter / .FO registry hacked / How to get a better .com renewal rates / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Buying wedding .com’s – Do you have any wedding .com related domain names in your portfolio? If you’re looking to liquidate for some fast cash, check out this buyers guidelines. They have a budget of up to $500.00.
Official .mp Showcase and Discussion Thread – Are you investing into any .mp domain name assets? How is the market doing for you? Check out what other .mp investors are buying and compare notes.
Whois.ag – With all the competing whois services and how the market is shifting to more privacy, do you think Whois.ag has value in today’s markets? What would you appraise it for?
How to get a better .com renewal rates – With .com renewals being reported to go up in renewal price, how are you planning to save a bit more each year?
What to do if you accidentally accept a deal when you meant to counter – Have you ever been in this situation? Maybe you were tired, had a few drinks, or just not feeling well when you made the deal. How do you go about back-stepping and getting the buyer to renegotiate without losing the deal?
.FO registry hacked – Can someone confirm whether or not this report is true? Have you received a notification email about the .fo registry being hacked?
JW.io sold for $3,689 – Not a bad two-letter .io ccTLD sale. Would you have guessed that JW.io would have sold for more or less than what it sold for?