Daily Poll: Where Do You Primarily Buy Domains?

I buy domain names in just about every way possible with the exception of forums. I buy my best inventory privately, but I would say I primarily focus on domain auctions to bolster my inventory.

Where do you primarily buy your domain names (ie where do you mostly buy domain names):

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  1. Best domain names are the ones that sell easy and make money 🙂 IMHO

    Easy to buy at the drop/namejet expired at under $100 and sell at 2k to 5k. For me that is the “best domains”

    Best quality hmmmm …

  2. Hard to take the survey given that Auctions and Drop Catch are not mutually exclusive — DropCatch.com is an auction site.

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