Liquid domain names are the types of domains that are actively traded in the domain name industry.
Would you like to learn more about investing in liquid domains?
Every quarter Ivan Rasskazov and Giuseppe Graziano put together a “state of the market” industry report. Get the insights directly from those who wrote the report.
February 14, 2017
What do successful domain name investors think when they value domain names?
In this show:
• We learn what the Sherpas bought or sold recently: Essential.com, 70.biz, 7076.com
• An investor’s portfolio is appraised: AspenLiving.com, Pinstriping.com, CTSN.com…
• Get your bids in soon for Susan.com, VeganShop.com, Wallet.org…
• A surprising result when a Sherpa summits the mountain in the “Name That Price” game
• Don’t be a rookie investor – how to use (and not use) Estibot’s valuation tool
• Plus, much more!
November 9, 2015
An investment in numeric or acronym domain names a year ago likely would have doubled or tripled your money today.
And these types of domain names are considered “liquid,” meaning they can be converted into cash quickly with a generally-accepted floor value.
Why are these types of domains so hot, and how close is the “investing bubble” to bursting? You’ll find out on today’s show.
July 20, 2015
Listed among the DNJournal.com top domain name sales of 2013 are 114.com for $2.1 million, 88888.com for $245,000 and 1001.com for $100,000.
I would not have paid registration fees for any of these domain names, so I clearly don’t understand the value of domain names comprised only of numbers, usually referred to as numeric domain names.
Luckily there’s an expert ready to share what’s behind those high sale prices and who’s buying 80 percent of the numeric domain names.
January 20, 2014