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Why should an end user hire a good domain broker? You hear the phrase, “leaving money on the table” and it makes your cringe. Time and time again, end users of domain names wonder if they are over-paying for their digital real estate. When negotiating a price for a domain name, the end-user should never try to secure the domain name without a professional to assist them. Here are 5 reasons why you should always hire a solid domain broker:
There are many brokers in the domain name space. Many brokers focus on all of the top level domains while others tend to skew towards one specific TLD or potentially only a few. There are two dominant types of brokers consisting of Reactive Brokerage: These are the sales platforms that exist in the space. Potential clients use inbound sales platforms such as SEDO or Afternic, type in a keyword and buy their domain name. The other type is Proactive Brokerage: Brokers that take the time to build the leads and determine the best fit for a specific domain name.
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Equity can be established routinely when you use a simple, short brand such as ORB.com, or Bliss.com. In the domain world, these types of assets are “beach front real estate”. You own that piece of real estate and instantly reap the appeal of equity-value to your digital real estate.
For a blog to be popular and visible on search engines, it has to have a good domain name that can build its brand value and reader base over a period of time. A lot depends on what the blog is about, as then you can give it a name that signifies the niche or topics and issues that are going to be written about in it. Even if the blog is likely to be a diary of personal