Last month, I shared some of my recent hand registrations. Since then, I probably bought fewer than 5 additional hand registered domain names. I want to get back to hand registering names, but it takes as much time to find good ones as it does to research higher value names, and I still have greater success with those.
I want to share an assortment of domain names I bought in the aftermarket over the last few weeks. This is just an assortment and is not the entire list, but I think it gives an idea of the types of domain names I regularly buy.
My recent domain name acquisitions:
In addition to these, I have been buying mid to large city and town RealEstate.com domain names. The smaller the locale, the more affluent it needs to be for me to consider. I have generally been sticking with United States based locations. I have had a decent amount of success selling these types of domain names (only geoRealEstate.com), so I am continuing to buy them as good opportunities come up. I have learned a few tricks to finding buyers, and I think that has boosted my sales rate. Two things to keep in mind are that they can be tough to sell and the majority of sales are in the mid 4 figure to low 5 figure range.
I invite you to share some of your recent acquisitions if you would like. I think it’s helpful for people to see what is moving in the aftermarket, especially since many aftermarket purchases go unreported.
Also, if you have excellent keyword .com domain names for sale at a reasonable price, contact me. Please don’t send me new gTLD registrations, names that have a creation date in the last 5 years, or names that make no sense. If you do contact me with names for sale and find yourself having to explain what the name means or why it is (or will be) valuable, save us both some time and don’t send! 🙂