If I had to give one piece of advice regarding domain investing it would be don’t quit your day job. I’ve said it many times over the last decade. You can make a full time living working part time in domains. The day job lets you pay all your bills and not have any need to sell a name before you’re ready to sell a name. It lets you pour all your money back in other than taxes. All which compound and get you to where you want to be years ahead of you would if you are trying to make a full time living. If you make enough then you can quit your job. But you quit because you can, not because you want to go full time.
There are those that say they love the freedom of being their own boss and they need the time to be the best domain investor they can. Maybe its true but while you are building your portfolio its best to stay secure. Why put financial pressure on yourself? If you are wealthy from family money or some other source then maybe its different but most of us aren’t. Most of us have to build a bankroll. And the quickest way is to keep working. The positive side is you still have a job to fall back to if domain investing doesn’t work. You also build a career while building a portfolio. You can have both.
In short, don’t put all your eggs in one basket or nest until you’ve build your nest egg. Or you lose your job and make it your new job. That’s fate. But that’s for another post.
Quote of the Day: “If you do a good job right now, today, then tomorrow will take care of itself. That’s all you can do” -Ryan Day
Domain of the Day: SportsCasino.com Not sure what the reserve is but a heck of a sports gambling and casino name
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
Nipples.io Everyone has a couple of them
LWL.io The pattern may draw a few bidders
Striker.gg The kind of name that goes well with .gg IMO
Dave.gg Dave is totally gonna want this
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
BicycleTour.com I think BikeTour would be a lot better but I think bike tours will make a huge increase as outdoor activities as vacations increase 10 fold.
PerfectTen.com Perfect10 sold for a shit ton. Now lets see what this does
Envelope.net Another very nice dot net
NapoliPizza.com Upgrade name for a hundred or so pizza places
StripperGram.com Didn’t now they still existed but why not. Everyone loves a naked “congratulations on your promotion” note
Trisha.com As expected. Most bids in the auction. And it was no reserve
Deserts.com Sand not sugar. In at no reserve as well
RoadHead.com Commercial value is limited but 10 on memorability
Goso.com Will this meet reserve?
Godaddy Domains With Bids
Superr.com The most bids on the Godaddy board. Way higher than I would pay for this kind of brandable but everything is out the window right now in regards to prices
LuckyElephant.com Great brand. They won’t forget this one
SunCamper.com I’m long anything camper or camping right now
ClassicCycles.com collectible motorcycles all the way
LibWell.com My daughters name is Lib so its probably going to be her new wellness clinic
Prolytics.com Pro Analytics
XXIV.com Half the people will know its 24. 1999 birthday. Used in 24 other extensions
SplashMedia.com It has some history and age but most of the price is because Media names have done well at auction
Squeeze.net My opinion only but I think one word dot net should be worth as much or more than one word dot io
CellSmart.com Obviously cell phone related in some way or another.
Geeknet.com Taken in 39 other extensions. 22 years old. Those two alone mean it will probably cross four figures
FlowLabs.com Both great tech keywords. Registered in 34 other extensions and the dot ai version leads Google
Fast.us WOW!!!!!! A four figure dot us auction
CyberForest.com if a virtual tree falls in the cyber forrest does it make a sound?
BeeLoved.com You all assume I’m going after this one. Good assumption
OnePair.com Half of you need to grow a pair so you could save time and just buy one
Godaddy Names With One or No Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids
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