Domain Name Investment 101 – The Story of Jefferson aka The Young Domainer!

Monday, July 27, 2015 9:00
Domain Name Investing Flipping domain names is fun and rewarding. Especially when you sell a domain name and make a thousand percent profit! Sounds huge, right? Think bigger! Whisky.com was registered for free by the Castello Brothers nearly 25 years ago and I successfully brokered it for $3.1 Million Dollars. Now that’s a huge PROFIT, wont you say?!? I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve paid for every single domain name in my portfolio. Good news is, the average amount I invest is about twenty dollars, thats right, twenttttty dolllllllars, that’s all folks! Now you probably wondering, how the fuzz does he make mo....Read More

The Four Rules That Can Make you Money in Domain Name Investing!

Monday, July 27, 2015 8:30
Domain Name Investing Pricing a domain name is never easy. Anyone who tells you they got the magic formula to domain name pricing is lying. Trust me! I’ve been doing this for a long time. I’ve sold domain names for pennies and have brokered a domain name for $3.1 Million Dollars. I love this game we call Domaining! By far, it’s been the most rewarding hobby. But it’s also very high risk, if you’re not experienced with domain name investments, you can go broke overnight.
Rule #1 - Buying and selling domain names should be fun! If you’re not having fun with this, then you need to stop and ask yourself “Why am I not having fun?”. Rule #2 – Invest your money....Read More

The same old End Users that were low balling us back in 2005 are still low balling us in 2015

Monday, July 27, 2015 8:15
Domain Name Profit I’ve aged several hundred dot com domain names in the past decade for the purpose of reselling them for a profit. Back in the old days I was naive enough to think I could retire within 10-15 years from selling dot com domain names. I had assumed my investments in quality 2-3 word dot com domain names would make me enough money so I didn’t have to worry about finances. Unfortunately, the reality is, not much has changed in profit margin. The same old End Users that were low balling us back in 2005 are still low balling us in 2015. The only thing that’s changed in the last 10 years is that we got more wannabe domain name investors spamming the shit out of the entire global end user market....Read More