Domain trading strategies

Started by anya_catherine, Jul 30, 2022, 12:28 AM

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The question from newbie: what strategies are there in the field of domain zones buying and selling? Which of them have the least risk rate? Maybe there are some educational courses about it? Will be glad to know someone's personal experience :)
Thanks in advance!

Jacques Chapman

The most obvious advice is to buy domain names that are close to well-known brands and then resell them, but to be honest, a good resale strategy goes much deeper. Here are some tips for you.
1. Invest in LLL (.com .org .net) uppercase domains, but never invest in little-known ones - .so, .po, .cci and others.
2. Don't invest in cheap domains. Cheap domains are harder to sell!
3. Search and register domain names with the exact keywords of well-known companies on different sites.
4. Store and verify domain names in whois.
5. Invest in education and the market - you need to know which domain names are in demand and which are not (trends may pleasantly surprise you).
6. Make the search engine your best friend. To understand how much you can sell a domain for, you need to use a search engine and BE ABLE to use it correctly. Explore marketsearch.
7. Decide on the direction of selling domains - niche or general.


If you want to be successful in domain name trading, you need to first figure out how much certain domains cost.
The first indication of the cost of the domain can be found in the URL. Well-known top-level domains such as .com or , are in much greater demand than new TLDs, for example .beauty. Short concise domains are also better than long verbose domains. Domains consisting of several parts and containing, in particular, unusual words are the least likely to be sold and bring very low prices.

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Domains are also marketed as SEO aspects. If the domain name already contains an important search query, the web address is likely to cost more.
To get a better understanding of the market, you can use online tools like Namebio that show the sale price of similar domain names.
This will allow you to roughly determine what price you can set for your domain name. Of course, you want to get as much as possible from your web address, but too high a price will certainly scare off buyers. It is important to find a middle ground.

If you really want to engage in domain trading, that is, you want to regularly buy and sell domain names, you should always keep an eye on pricing. Observe how the market behaves over a long period of time. This will allow you to assess where trends are moving and which domains are worth investing in.