Hold onto that domain – until it’s time to sell it

Registering domains as an investment means one thing: you should be prepared to hold onto your assets long term. The definition of "long term" depends on the exact domain assets you are holding onto. Sometimes, new trends emerge and give you the opportunity to close the circle, and sell these … [Read more...]

Uniregistry Market sale : Hold onto your valuable domain assets long term

It's not a secret that I hold domains long term. My early days as a domain flipper ended almost 15 years ago. A decade ago I attended TRAFFIC 2008 in Orlando, and my long-term holding approach of domain names was reinforced. Along with adopting the Rick Schwartz mantra of "the power of no," I … [Read more...]

How the GoDaddy domain valuation widget interferes with third party sales

In recent weeks, I was negotiating with a potential domain buyer, using the assistance of a Uniregistry Market broker. The broker made several attempts to educate the buyer, who represented his own company, on the domain's valuation. The aged .com domain consists of two generic, descriptive … [Read more...]

Uniregistry Market queries : Still not a chatroom, bro

Almost year ago, I wrote about a pet peeve of mine regarding a Uniregistry Market function. The ability to communicate with potential buyers using either the desktop system, or the app, is invaluable. This back and forth communication is often perceived by the other party as a live chatroom, … [Read more...]

Domain brokerage : Communication is the key element

As with every personal and professional exchange, the core element for success is communication. Establishing a set of rules on any transaction, domain brokerage included, ensures that things will go smoothly. The primary platform for my "for sale" domain portfolio has been Uniregistry, since … [Read more...]