I have a client that is a well known up and coming domain investor looking to acquire a category killer .Com. He’s a trust worthy and respectable entrepreneur and is a man of his word. His only specifications at this point is that the domain name either be specific to a product or that it can be used as a directory based site. If you have suggestions or know of a domain name of this caliber that is for sale please shoot me a private message.
Below you will see a list of recent high dollar domain sales that I pulled from DNJournal’s domain sales chart.
Recent Domain Sales:
- Ringtones.com- Sedo for $750k
- Color.com – Go Daddy Auction for $350k
- Clothing.net – Sedo for $40k
- Holand.net – Michael Berkins for $32k
- QIP.com – Go Daddy Auction for $25k
- Bargainhunt.com -Moniker/Snap Names for $15k
If you had $200k to invest in a category killer domain name would you invest in a vertical market or a horizontal market? In other words would you invest in a specific niche or generic domain that could encompass numerous industries?
would following domains appeal to your investor looking for directory domains:
open to offers
Thank you for the suggestions. I appreciate the comment and will reach out to my client to see if these domains are of interest. How long have you been investing in domains?
Did your client find what they were looking for ? lmk if you haven’t. happy to hook you up with some suggestions
Thanks for taking the time to post a comment. He’s actually still on the hunt. Please forward me your list and I’ll be sure to run it by him.
So… it’s mid April. Is your client STILL looking for a killer name? ‘Hard to believe, with such a budget, he’d still be looking. But, if he IS, has he narrowed it down to an industry or market? Please give us some more parameters, to help us help you…
@Braingems- Yes, my client acquired a domain name and is in the process of developing the property. It was a private acquisition so I haven’t been at liberty to discuss the specifics. Thank You for following up and for thinking of me
Good Domain Names.