My Drop Catching Report For Today

I was chasing these drops today:

Last minute, I also added JMM.US to my drop chasing. I added the above domains to my Dynadot API script. I added JMM.US to a Dynadot “front-end” script.

JMM.US was quickly grabbed by Snapnames. Go figure, I guess the demand for premium LLL.US domains is still out there.

I grabbed 50% of my drop list. I was able to secure these pending domains into my Dynadot accounts:

I noticed that someone grabbed at UDOMAINNAME.COM LLC. If I’m not mistaken, it looks like a Snapnames backorder. I am curious if anyone had backordered today.

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  • Fe Hannafin says:

    Thanks for the new stuff you have discovered in your post. One thing I’d like to comment on is that FSBO connections are built over time. By bringing out yourself to owners the first saturday their FSBO is actually announced, prior to a masses start off calling on Friday, you develop a good interconnection. By sending them instruments, educational resources, free reviews, and forms, you become an ally. By subtracting a personal curiosity about them plus their predicament, you create a solid connection that, oftentimes, pays off once the owners opt with an agent they know along with trust — preferably you actually.

  • admin says:

    Hello Fe, You bring up a good point about FSBO domain listings & building a customer base. I can’t emphasize enough the importance of having a user base of customers that you can bounce a list of domains for sale. similar to word of mouth, this is in fact the best way to sell your domains for the most amount of profit.


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