Pricing a domain based on the buyer

Pricing a domain based on the buyer

Today: One domain industry tool you couldn’t live without / Am I being scammed by a fake domain broker and buyer? / Spying.com Sold for $25,000 / And more!

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

Buying a positive message single word .com – Check that portfolio of yours for a positive message type single word .com domain name. If you have the right one, this buyer will take it off your hands.

Cannabis or Hemp .COM Domains Wanted – Double check that portfolio. This investor is ready to buy your cannabis and hemp related .com domain names. Check out their guidelines to see if you have what they need.

Showcase .equipment gTLDs – Are you investing in .equipment gTLDs and have one you want to show off in a showcase? Share it with other .equipment investors and see what they are buying.

One domain industry tool you couldn’t live without – There are some interesting tools mentioned so far. What tool would you recommend? Compare notes to see if you missed one you should have in your arsenal.

Spying.com Sold for $25,000 – Now that was a nice five digit domain name sales report. I would have pegged it for making closer to six digits though.

Am I being scammed by a fake domain broker and buyer? – Have a look at this. Is it possible it’s a scam or is it just a misunderstanding?

Pricing a domain based on the buyer – Do price your domain name assets this way or do you set a flat rate that anyone has to pay, regardless of how big their company is?

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