I have decided to broker one, and only one domain name this year

As many of you know, I’m not a domain broker. In the past I have brokered a domain name here and there but for the most part I just buy and sell my own domains. Still, every once and a while I get connected up with someone that has a domain that is just so darn awesome that I can’t help myself. I don’t have a lot of additional bandwidth so when I do broker a domain, it’s just one domain, usually for the entire year.

This week a domain name crossed my path that is too good not to take on, so I’ve decided that in 2019 I will broker one, and only one domain name. At this point you’re probably wondering, okay, get to the point Morgan, what’s the name!?!?

chill

While the owner is in no rush to sell I am starting to field offers, this is a monster name and I am really looking forward to finding a company with a big enough idea and market to do it justice. There are many examples of companies that have acquired a one-word .COM and seen it as a massive game-changer for their business. Zoom recently acquired Zoom.com, and the story of the Candy.com sale at $3M is a great one, this turned out to be a small investment for the return it provided for the new owners.

If you are interested in this domain name or know someone who is please feel free to contact me directly. If you’ve been interested in me brokering a domain name, you’ll have to wait until 2020, 2019 is going to be a Chill year for me.

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  • Doron Vermaat March 12, 2019, 8:00 pm

    That’s one cool domain name right there Morgan. Best of luck in finding the perfect buyer for it!

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  • Bar March 13, 2019, 6:01 am

    very 😎

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  • John March 13, 2019, 9:13 am

    That is definitely a super monster domain, a very rare gem among domain names. And I say that first as an end user, the real market, not just as a domain investor. It reminds me of how the original holder of Cool.com turned down $8 million in cash and $30 million in stock for the domain alone.

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  • Morgan March 13, 2019, 10:52 am

    @John – great comparison, also Ice.com sold for $3.5M so there’s no doubt this domain really is in very good company!

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