Domain Investing News Recap for the week of September 16th 2019

Domain Investing News

Hello, happy Saturday, and welcome to my weekly domain investing news roundup. Some of the top stories that made the news this week is a marketing refresh of .ORG, a two-word .COM topping the sales charts, and a must-watch interview with domain investor Braden Pollock who shares some pretty incredible sales data from this year. Below are the stories that caught my eye this week – enjoy!

Herb Waye, ICANN’s Ombudsman, called our 3,200 .org comments SPAM
(read more on OnlineDomain.com)

Brent Oxley buys NorthDakota.com for $33,000
(read more on Domain Name Wire)

Some registrars continue to markup your domains without your permission
(read more on TheDomains)

A Year of Profitable Flips without NDAs – with Braden Pollock
(watch it now on DomainSherpa)

LifeForce.com Lands at #1 on This Week’s Sales Chart – 2 ccTLDs Make Top 5 & a New gTLD Goes Top 10
(read more on DNJournal)

.bond domains could cost a grand each
(read more on DomainIncite)

Apple Arcade: Apple Chooses Apple.co/applearcade
(read more on DomainInvesting.com)

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  • FUK September 21, 2019, 9:44 pm

    Interesting news, among other things, as always on your blog. As the infographic shows, investing in domain names costs less and has almost no overhead compared with investments in securities and real estate. Also, there are small initial investments and low maintenance costs for the possibility of developing a business that has a high potential for profit on investment. Investing in domain names creates an opportunity for a buy and hold strategy, but with lower transaction costs in the market. Good luck!

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