End users are getting smaller

Started by jina, Sep 08, 2022, 03:06 AM

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There are no normal end users. Not left. Some suckers.
What kind of business are they going to stir up if even $ 1000 is not planned for domain name?! They buy a two-word book with a hyphen in the shit zone for a reg.fee, when it is free without a hyphen! Then they invest tens of thousands of dollars in business, and without a hyphen they are free. Where the world is going. The cry of the soul..


Conversely. People have become better versed in technology (i.e. they understand at least at a basic level what a site, domain name, etc. is).
It is easier for them to take a free two-storey building (or an analog in another zone) and invest money in site promotion than to pay somebody for something unclear.
But there are exceptions.
1. If the domain name is an obvious keyword related to the business. These have either been regained for a long time, or are being intercepted/sold at a high price now.
2. If the domain matches the company name and the alternatives are not equivalent for various reasons. These are more common among cybersquatters, but sometimes ordinary domainers are lucky.
3. A domain with a good history. Such from interception also cost money.

Everything else is either a calculation for a crazy sale once in a hundred years (which is not a business), or penny sales.
I think that many of those domain names that could have been registered or bought 8 years ago for a penny are now very good.
I remember dropping a three-letter .de from good letters myself, because it was expensive to extend $10 (or how many there were ..)


I receive up to seven sales offers per day. They sell anything: websites of online stores that do not bring income, some information portals at exorbitant prices.
But, there are few really worthwhile offers that can make a profit in the future - one or two sites per month, and the average cost of the sites I buy does not exceed $500.

At the same time, not all domain name owners who decided to get rid of them were eager to sell them to cybersquatters. After all, those who are engaged in resale can gain significantly more on the domain name than its original owner, and no one wants to lose a part of the profit in this way.
The inability to ensure the reliability of the transaction, difficulties in finding buyers for a long time made the domain name market the domain name of cybersquatters.
But, the sale and purchase of domains is not at all slippery. This can be done quite officially, without resorting to the services of dubious sites and unverified persons.