Posts Tagged ‘End User Sales’

How To Pony Up An Offer Into A Sale Without Leaving Money On The Table

Lately I have been getting more & more offers on domain names that I have sitting around. Maybe my “eye” for selecting domains to keep in my portfolio has gotten better. Perhaps the hundreds of domains I have laying around are becoming useful to others in those niches.  I like to think that it’s a […]

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Buying Domains Today That Make Sense To Me To Flip For Profit Later

Domaining seems to be a game of chance lately at how I monetize my daily activity. Certain windows open and close in life, businesses and ventures go up and fold while others breathe profit & take off running. The money in my bank account influences my drop catching strategy.  I often compare domain names to […]

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End User Communication Tactics I Use & That Work For Me

As promised before, I would like to share with readers of my blog what end user tactics I use on a daily basis for contacting people to do a domain purchase. The emails I send, the phone dialog and the motivation I have to find key points in securing a domain name sale. I am […]

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Personal Story – Flipping Expired Domains Into Big Profits

This is about my personal experience with catching expired domains & flipping them for good profits. You may ask, what are good profits.. Well on average when I pickup a domain at regfee of $8 USD +- and flip it to cover a portfolio of 100 domain names, I consider that a good flip. Then […]

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Determine Your Enduser Price. Not Wholesale Or Domainer to Domainer

Hello, Everyone and their mom can sell something. But can you sell a domain name? YES.. But can you sell a domain name at the true value that an end user looking to buy your website url(s) may pay you? Behind all that happens between a domain transfer, there are a few things to keep […]

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