The Domain Industry Social for September 18th 2020 (Part 1 and 2). In Part 1 of this session we discuss a 4-figure sale to one of the biggest tech companies in the world; we talk about email bleed and how end users react when you approach them with a domain getting emails intended for them; we talk domain sales psychology and the $30 millions Voice.com sale; and even talk a bit about outbound sales. Then in Part 2 we discuss Afternic fast-transfers, domain privacy, buyers who don’t pay, fake buyers and a successful domainer consults with the group about a potential 5-figure sale.
The Domain Industry Social for September 11th 2020 was a little too crazy with language and behaviour not appropriate for YouTube. So as a placeholder I just made a quick update and invitation to join the socials. This episode was originally not supposed to take place, but we decided to go ahead last minute. It turned out to be one of the greatest sessions yet as we were joined by the biggest players and brokers in the industry where a wide range of topics were discussed. What made this episode legendary was a live bidding war over a domain where there was a $65,000 cash offer, an offer to exchange a very strong LLL.com domain, among others. So instead of waiting for the videos to show up on Youtube, be sure to subscribe and join us live:
Here’s The Domain Industry Social for September 4th, 2020. In this episode we review and discuss a few different domain names and discuss a few domain sales. Including one 5-figure sale inspired from the recently discussed $300,000 sale discussed a few episodes earlier. Be sure to click subscribe above to join our mailing list and get the Zoom links and passwords for all future domain investor meetups!
The next session of The Domain Social takes place Friday Oct 23rd at 7pm UTC (Noon Pacific, 3pm Eastern, 8pm London). To join us, simply subscribe to our newsletter, then each week before the show you will be emailed the zoom link and password to join us in all the fun.
Also giving you all a little heads-up for next week’s Halloween edition of The Domain Social .. don’t be too scared to join us! 😉
Here are the two parts of The Domain Social for August 28th, 2020. In Part 1 we discuss a few different domain name marketplaces to list your domains for sale; we review a financial/credit domain and a new sports ngTLD domain; discuss some tools and methods to valuate you domains. Then in Part 2 we discuss a loans domain, touch on why it’s sometimes not beneficial to be too imaginative looking for domains to invest in, the pros and cons of forever domains (and 99 year registrations), and host Arif Mirza gets into a rant on ICANN and it’s .com contract with Verisign. Thanks to all of you who took part.
Join us once again for this week’s social, as usual at 3pm Eastern time (Noon Pacific, 8pm UK time and 7pm UTC).
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The Domain Industry Social for August 21st 2020. In this episode of The Domain Social, a huge $300,000 domain sale is shared by the seller who originally acquired the domain as a hand registration just a few years ago. As usual, we also discuss domain names, investing, domaining, brands and branding. Thanks to all of you who partook, and big thanks to Joseph for sharing the details of his big sale. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get alerts for all future uploaded shows.
This Tuesday will a “Casual” edition of The Domain Social. Every now and then we have a last minute session that is completely unrecorded. These casual editions usually are not published here, to get access you must be subscribed to the email list (click “Subscribe” above). See you there! 🙂
The Domain Industry Social for July 31st 2020, Part 2. At The Domain Social we discuss everything related to domain names, brands and branding. This is the later portion the social where we got deeper in to a few interesting topics. Thanks to all who attended.