Over the weekend, Tony Names shared a list of domain names he sold that are now developed.
Some of my ex which have been developed:
Web3p ay. xyz
Supert eacher. co
And Many More…
— 💡 Tony (@TonyNames) April 24, 2022
I do not know Tony personally and we’ve only interacted on Twitter, but from what I gather, he is a relatively new entrant into the business of domain investing. This means these domain names were fairly recent sales, and having this many sold domain names developed into websites is quite impressive to me.
In looking through this list that was shared, one thing stands out to me. I probably would not have bought a single one of these domain names. Perhaps Shangrila.io or Lassie.co would have piqued an interest to me had I run across them in an unregistered list, but I really doubt it.
This illustrates two crucial aspects of domain investing. There is no right way to invest in domain names. I wouldn’t have touched any of these domain names, yet Tony likely saw a very strong ROI by taking the chance on them. In addition, it shows that there are still opportunities in this business for people with the drive to learn and will to succeed.
The best way to understand if you are investing right is to list domain names for sale on various platforms with great reach and by using some sort of “for sale” landing page. If inquiries and offers are coming in, you’re onto something. If you have a portfolio of dozens or hundreds of domain names that don’t receive offers, something is wrong.
What Tony is doing seems impressive to me. I can’t say for certain because I have no idea how much time and money he spends, nor do I know how many domain names he owns. The fact that so many of his sold domain names are already developed shows me that he knows what domain names people want to buy for their business, and that is impressive.