Jen Sale: “Domain brokering is life”

I have known Jen Sale for many years. Jen has been involved in the domain name space long before she and Adam Strong launched Evergreen. Jen is CEO of the brand and she manages its brokerage.

Although Jen has maintained a fairly low profile, she has made quite a few appearances on Domain Sherpa and she’s well-known and respected in the domain investing space. Jen is someone I trust and have sought out for advice.

Yesterday afternoon, Jen shared a Twitter post with some thoughts and advice for new domain investors:

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  1. Jen is one of the most genuine, good people in the business. Not everyone needs to make a whole bunch of noise, results do the talking themselves. Get to know her yourself and you’ll see she is deep and interesting! Success just a tip of the iceberg.


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