Daily Poll: Have You Had Success With a “Domains Wanted” Post?

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Raymond Hackney published a relatable article about “Domains Wanted” posts on NamePros. I think the commentary would apply to other domain forums, Twitter, and on other venues.

I have posted a few threads on forums and even here on my blog, and my experience has been similar to what Raymon wrote for the most part. I would often receive domain name submissions that are totally unrelated to the ask or the prices are not where I requested. I try to be very specific about what I want, but it’s difficult to do that and keep it open enough for good domain names of interest.

I did have a good experience a couple of months ago when a domain name wanted tweet resulted in the purchase of Cappuccino.com.

Have you had success buying a domain name after publishing a “domain wanted” post? If so, where did you post it and what did you buy?


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  1. Yes, just be patient. No matter what request you put out there, you will receive to your inbox literally thousands of names (99% ones you probably wouldn’t register).

    Most investors want to post their request and have a mailbox full of perfect domains in their price range and criteria to sort thru. Really, it is just another stream of names to wade through and pick out a gem here or there.

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