Domain Investing

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Domain investing is a phrase used to describe purchasing a domain name and then holding onto it for more than one year, and generally five or more years. Typically, the cost of valuable domain names increases over time, and this strategy takes advantage of this fact.

Domain investing is in contrast to domain flipping.

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