If you’re planning on starting a new business or have a new idea that you’d like to monetize, the first thing you should do is to register a new .com domain name. With more than 1.5 billion domain names and only around 200 million of them active, there’s a huge chance that someone else has already registered the .com version of your site
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.
ue diligence is the easiest way to save money on your acquisition. Make sure that you have a plan in place for your domain name strategy.
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Whatever the product or service, you should always conduct the proper due diligence before making a new domain acquisition. Ask the right questions of the current owner and make sure you make an offer based on all of the information.
The domain market has really heated up in recent weeks with a slew of inventory selling in the aftermarket. NameExperts.com has successfully closed three six figure deals, and two decent five figure deals in the domain market.Four out of the past five sales were to end users. Three of the sales were targeted buy-requests and ...
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
After spending some time running due diligence, they reached out, and asked for “stealth acquisition” assistance with this particular name…As a domain name broker, there were a few questions I needed answered before I could dive in and really assist the prospective clie
As a buy-side broker specializing in Stealth Acquisitions, it’s our job to dig deep and find the rightful owner of a domain name. Problem is, some domain owners make it very difficult to reach them. What’s the psyche behind this rationale? Not all domain name owners are equal and some owners don’t want to be ...
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?
News flash, .COM is king!! The new GTLD market appears to be losing its luster. Yep, that’s right the craze seems to be fading as investors start to realize that it’s going to take many years to reap the longer-term investment.
Most Chinese investors will tell you they tend to shy away from the Western-type domain names as they don’t have meaning in mainland China. Names that contact vowels, and the letter “v”. Are they limiting their long-term growth potential? Some would say it’s a safer investment. We tend to disagree, and here's why...
2017 will prove to have many new solid investments in the domain industry. Tons of available names for sale represent an opportunity to diversify the portfolio and continually “turn over existing inventory”
Just a few years ago the domain name market had many buyers both on the investor side, as well as the end user side of the business. Clients would speculate on the next big thing, or dream big about an idea they had for a product or service. They’d acquire a domain name with the intention of holding for a period of time-where then name in most instances would appreciate in value.
Estibot and Valuate provide a snapshot for the domain owner. They are useful to find a few comps, including search volume, competition and CPC but they also lack a few core components to effectively extract the true market value.
Ever thought about diversifying your portfolio? Some clients prefer real estate, or the stock market as sound long term investments. Others’ prefer the typical CD or mutual fund low-risk investments as a way to diversify
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