Today: NFC.com sold for $77,507 / Hyphens Vs alternate extensions for long high paying keywords / Aruba.tv sold for $13,000! / And more!
Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:
Buying CVCV.com – Do you need a quick $2,500.00 in your pocket and have a great character, vowel, character, vowel .com in your portfolio? Check out this investors guidelines to see if you have what they need.
Looking for Media, fruit, animal, and cute related names – Be sure to check your portfolio for a Media, fruit, animal, or cute domain that meets this buyers criteria. They have a $100.00 budget for a smooth wholesale priced transaction.
The best niches to start investing in – Which niche has been the most profitable for you in your domain investing career? Check out what other domain investors are putting their money into and compare notes.
Aruba.tv sold for $13,000! – YAY! Another five-figure .tv ccTLD sales report. .tv seems to have a steady fire burning in sales. This might be attributed to people gravitating more to audio/video instead of text based delivery systems.
Hyphens Vs alternate extensions for long high paying keywords – Which strategy works best for you? Do you go with hyphens or alternative TLD’s when investing in strong keyword phrase domain name assets?
NFC.com sold for $77,507 – That’s what I’m talking about! A high five-figure, three-letter. .com domain name sales report to get your motor running in the morning.
Nomadic Domain Investors – Are you one too? – Did you know that there are nomadic domain investors that travel around their respective countries or all over the world while investing in domain names? This is an interesting topic of discussion.