Daily Poll: Do You Track Your Domain Names After Selling Them?

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When I sell a domain name, I don’t usually know how it will be used. I can make an educated assumption based on the buyer and the domain name, but I don’t always have a clear picture of how it will be used. On occasion, I will look back to track how a domain name is being used, but for the most part, I don’t really keep track of domain names after I sell them. I guess I don’t want to know if I undersold a name or not!

Do you track your domain names after you sell them?


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3 COMMENTS

  1. When checking old lists and “see” a domain that is neat, usually about a year after a sale, it is fun to see what is done with the domain.

    It seems that about 75% are parked.

  2. sometimes. i’ve seen them end up in the hands of a big corp when the buyer said it was just for their small business and i’ve seen them expire and bought them back.

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