Top Domain Portfolio Goes Up on Efty

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Garry Chernoff is a longtime domain investor who owns a spectacular portfolio of descriptive domain names. Earlier today on LinkedIn, Garry announced the launch of his portfolio marketplace, which can be found by visiting NetIncome.com. Garry used Efty (an advertiser here) to launch his portfolio website.

Ordinarily, a domain investor creating a portfolio website like this might not be all that newsworthy, but given the quality of domain names in the portfolio, I thought it was notable.

I’ve been an admirer of Garry’s portfolio for years because I have come across his names so often. Garry’s NetIncome Ventures company has (very slowly) been selling its domain names, and when I see one change hands, it is almost certainly a noteworthy sale. For instance, Garry’s company sold Signet.com earlier this year for $300,000.

I had a look through the dictionary .com section of Garry’s new portfolio website, and here are 10 of my favorite domain names:

  • Performance.com
  • Offshore.com
  • Transport.com
  • Glitter.com
  • Cap.com
  • Beads.com
  • Conduct.com
  • Lavender.com
  • Nectarine.com
  • Needham.com

Someone else could probably go through the same section and choose different domain names than the ones I chose.

I visited a few of the domain names in the portfolio, and it looks like they are parked at Uniregistry with income-earning PPC links. The “for sale” notice at the top still goes to Uniregistry inquiry form where Garry’s inbound leads are likely managed by Uniregistry brokers.

There are only a handful of domain name portfolios that have as many exceptional domain names as this one.

6 COMMENTS

  1. This portfolio is a goldmine! This must have been like buying land on the vegas strip, before there were casinos. I love Cap.com, the crypto space would love it. There are 2,230 domains on the list. Just magic!

  2. I see millions of dollars worth of domain names
    I wonder why Gary C. doesn’t negotiate his own deals rather then using Uniregistry brokers,
    and what’s up with using PPC?? it’s asking for trouble …
    I guess a few names ie: CAP.com are listed with MediaOptions for sale/lease etc.

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