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Should a domain investor develop part of their portfolio?">Should a domain investor develop part of their portfolio?

May 29th, 2016 by Patricia - DomainBELL

By NameProsDaily

Today: What’s the highest appraisal you’ve had? / Trademark Issue? / Spike in .TOP sales – More than 18 000 sold in last 24 hours – Why? / And more.

Here are the new discussions and domain name news that caught my eye today:

$1 – $500 JOBS or CAREERS related [.COM] domains – Check your portfolio for this investor.

Alternative Domains…? – Is it a good idea to invest in these?

ePuppy(dot)com – How much is this one worth?

Spike in .TOP sales – More than 18 000 sold in last 24 hours – Why? – I’ve never really followed this gTLD. Does anyone following this market know why it’s spiking?

Trademark Issue? – Anyone out that have a moment to see if this is a trademark problem?

What’s the highest appraisal you’ve had? – Care to share your highest value appraised domain?

Should a domain investor develop part of their portfolio? – I think this question has become more popular lately. I think that everyone should develop at least a few. What do you think?

…read more

Source:: Robbies Blog – Domaining

      

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