One of the best things with buying and selling domains is the ability to quickly change strategy, pivot or try different things without much hassle. This whole game is a learning process that works differently for every single investor. Sure there are universal principles, but there are so many things that are subjective and have no “right” answer.
For example, over the last couple of months, I’ve sold some domains for a lot more than I had them listed for on platforms with BIN prices. I’ve also messed up and undersold names because I had them listed too low somewhere, got a higher offer, then lost the higher offer because they found it cheaper. While this doesn’t happen that often, it’s something to consider.
The point is, I’ve harped on listing names with reasonable BIN prices, but then my theory gets rocked by a sale that might be 10X the BIN list price, or a price that I envisioned listing it for but have yet to list it.
There are so many uncontrollable variables, and I don’t know what the right answer is. I do know that I will sell more names with a reasonable BIN price and selling creates momentum and builds confidence. So we’re left with “gut” intuition, a little bit of luck and the ability to change the strategy if something’s not working or could work better.
- Main List NameJet Flippa/Sedo
- LLLL.com’s LLL, CCC, 5L Other LLLL’s
- Short Brandables Numbers One Worders Vape, Vegan, VR
- Snap Names/Dropcatch NamePros Godaddy Value BIN
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The No Bid List
AboveOrganic.com Organic products that stand out from the competition
AnswerUs.com Find the answer you need, maybe a call taking center
BarnHarvest.com this name makes me think of brand of fresh produce
BlackOctagon.com Start your own underground fight club
BrainConcept.com A tool that helps you brain storm and come up with new ideas
BudgetProcess.com Learn how to make a budget
BurgerKit.com A prepackaged kit to make gourmet burgers
CatSquad.com Cat people will spend lots of money for their cats
Crediso.com A credit type brand
DoNotDoubt.com A call to action type name
ExpertArtwork.com Because who wants art from a non expert?
HealthLast.com A product to keep you healthy
HikeU.com I personal hiking brand
iLoveBullShit.com Some people love to BS
ImmortalZ.com Sounds like it has something to do with aliens that can’t be killed
MoonPad.com Sounds like something cool, but I’m not sure what it is.
OfTheFuture.com upcoming things, or maybe trend predictions
PipeOlogist.com The study of pipes, could be plumbing or “glass”
PlotGrid.com A mapping or GPS name
ReportHazard.com a site that shows you all the road hazards so you can avoid them or report new ones
SemRight.com Search Engine Marketing the right way
TruthNova.com New truth
VisionGurus.com Eye Dr’s or online contact and eye glass sales. Maybe Lasik
WholeName.com could be a domain sales site
EuropeByAir.com Helicopter, or hot air balloon tours of Europe
EpicChallenge.com Sounds like a race or a tough man type contest
DomainScript.com Code to catch domains or run an api for auctions
Your LLLL.coms of The Day
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
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