There are six types of domain names and each has a different sales price range. Just knowing that allows you to be a better investor by focusing your efforts. But it also allows you to maximize your return on investment.
Portfolio hygiene means annually reviewing the domain names you own and determining which ones to keep and which ones to sell or drop. It’s necessary to review your domain names yearly to maintain a healthy and profitable investment portfolio. You only need to ask yourself three questions to maintain a healthy domain name portfolio.
DNAcademy founder, Michael Cyger, joins the DomainSherpa Review panel on DomainSherpa.com. Hear Michael Cyger discuss how he closed his recent sale of SEOConsultant.com for $18,000 (initial offer $1,500), and much more.
Given the staggering annual spend on advertising, the frequency of internet searches for “cars” and the indefinite life-span of the domain name, it starts to become clear why cars.com is valued at a mega $872 million.
When I started investing in domain names, I knew others were paying less in domain name registrations and renewals but I didn’t know how. Today I’m pleased to share some exciting news with you. DNAcademy is leveling the playing field between those who are in the know and those who are new to the game.