Freedom.com just sold for $2M – here’s how

It’s funny because sometimes I hear people say things like, “are people still buying and selling domain names?” To which I’d love to respond, “No, that ship has sailed” since that would mean less investors to compete over names with, but I can’t say that, and instead I have to tell the truth, the domain name world is at the top of it’s game, and IMHO it’s only getting hotter.

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So it should come as no surprise that Freedom.com just sold for $2M, and the guy who sold it, Ali Zandi, made a name for himself selling domains on Flippa, lives in Hawaii, and has a super-cool beard that I wish I could grow but I know I can’t.

This week Michael Cyger from DomainSherpa.com sat down with Ali to talk about the Freedom.com sale and I think it’s definitely worth a listen. Whether you’re a startup founder or a domain name investor, this is an interview you can’t miss.

You can listen or watch the interview here.

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  • Ali Zandi May 16, 2017, 12:15 am

    Thanks Morgan! Btw – your beard is perfect the way it is. Don’t let anyone tell you different! 😉

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    • Morgan May 16, 2017, 7:14 am

      Thanks @Ali – you’re giving me some serious beard confidence today 🙂

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  • Joe May 16, 2017, 4:33 am

    Friend Morgan, Freedom start here and the letter Richie Havens (RIP) as it was said at that time the improvisation, the music and the composite tapeworm, in youtube 1976953 visualizations currently https://youtu.be/rynxqdNMry4
    To round off 2 Million the sale of this domain my congratulations to Ali Zandi.

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  • Nick May 16, 2017, 6:35 am

    Congrats Ali! Awesome sale!!!

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  • Andrew Hyde May 16, 2017, 6:57 am

    Congrads on your sale Ali, and I do agree that the domain names are even getting more valuable. I don’t think the downward trajectory has been properly calculated for TV and radio mediums. Millennials and most of the under 30 don’t watch as much TV, won’t pay for it, don’t listen to radio and forget about print. If you want to get in front of them, a memorable domain name is the only way to go.

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