.Do's and Don'ts of Acquiring a Domain Name Acquiring a [...]
When it comes to picking domain names, the logic is as clear as day. The name should be simple, easy to understand, and easy to remember. Yes, it should be short, but not very short. Pick domain names that are easy to spell – don’t use numbers of hyphens unless you are sure about what you want. Of course, unconventional names like Google, Yahoo, etc. have been successful, but you’ll have to spend a fortune towards branding.
Experienced domain name brokers not only guide buyers during appraisals and negotiations, but help with transfer services as well. They make sure that the money isn’t transferred until all formalities are completed and the buyer confirms his satisfaction.
That’s what makes timing so important. When you conduct a domain appraisal, it’s like trying to hit a moving target. So if you’re hoping to put a number on the price of a domain, be sure that you have an expert consultant to put together an appraisal.
A Domain Broker adds more than value, they take the confusion out of the transaction.
These are questions that domainers ask on a regular basis. Specifically, the past six months have quieted considerably in the domain investor marketplace. Let’s take a look at a few of the reasons…
In this post, let's take a look at the list of Fortune 500 companies and their domain names. This information contains some of the largest companies in the World with multi-national corporate identities
As a buy-side broker specializing in stealth-acquisitions, it’s my job [...]
Here are a few domain name updates and thoughts on the marketplace during the dog days of Summer….
There are many investors still sitting on the sidelines, waiting for a change to current market. The last high of the market was in early 2014 with most of the activity happening in China over the past 2.5 years, ultimately driving the market. What’s the likelihood that the market will rebound in 2017? Does your domain strategy change?