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Got a “small project” inquiry for a #domain name? Here’s how to respond!

The secret to making more money with your domain name sales is simple: ask for more money. There’s a second part to this secret, however, and that is to seek a higher price for your domains consistently. If you receive lowball offers from people that claim to have a “small project” that they’ll be using […]

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Bad economy? FtLauderdale.net was sold for just a grand!

Domainers are still navigating the dire straits of a ‘bad economy‘ and the proof is in the extreme differences between domain sales. All while China’s omnivorous economy dictates ample spending on digital assets, such as domain names, the median selling price on many domain venues – such as Sedo – has dropped tremendously in recent […]

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Domain Name Jargon : Lowballer & Lowballing

After our recent coverage of a real life lowballing incident at Domain Name Sales went viral, we checked our dedicated Domain Name Jargon entries. Shock, horror! There has been no entry for this ill-defined domainer species, and we are going to make amends, right now. Keep in mind that Domain Name Jargon is here to […]

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Domain lowballing example captured in hilarious Domain Name Sales inquiry

In loose terms, the definition of a domain lowballer is that of a person who places an offer substantially below the value of a domain name. While domain valuation standards vary, some domain offers are intentionally lowballs, for example offering less than $5,000 on a LLL .com is a silly attempt at lowballing its owner. […]

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