Domain investing is a challenging business. It takes a considerable amount of time and money to build a domain investment portfolio, and there is no guaranteed success. Domain investing can be a lucrative business, but there is a pretty steep learning curve for most people.
This morning, I saw a tweet from someone named Tony who reported six figures in domain name sales:
Had my first sale in Nov 20′. Since then I had a total of 71 sales totalling a revenue of $125,572. I use DAN lander and I took a lot of make offers during slow months, but most of my sales took place on Afternic Reg Path. Breakdown of sales venue: pic.twitter.com/QclcymeXDS
— 💡 T◎NY (@TonyNames) December 21, 2021
I am not familiar with Tony, but in looking through his timeline, I can see that he has shared many sales along with images of the sales emails he received. Some of the domain names he reportedly recently sold include:
I only say “reportedly” because I have not independently confirmed the sales or sales figures.
Based on what Tony shared, it looks like he uses several platforms to close deals, including Afternic, Dan.com, Sedo, SquadHelp, and others. The bulk of Tony’s sales are on Afternic. From what I can see, he prices his names between $1,988 – $4,995. I am not sure the size of Tony’s portfolio.
If you look to Tony for inspiration, here’s some advice he shared on the business of domain investing:
Domaining is 95% a game of numbers. You need to do is find a profitable angle and scale as fast as you can go through your list. Otherwise You are simply throwing darts at a wall and drawing the bulls eye around it later.
— 💡 T◎NY (@TonyNames) December 15, 2021
Congratulations to Tony on his success.