Cut Price Sale!

As I wrote yesterday, I’m ceasing to be a domainer / domain investor at the end of this month, and my son is taking over the businesses.

I’m heading off in a different direction – which I’m very excited about. Even old blokes need new challenges! I’ll write more about this at a later stage.

In The Meantime

Over the next 10 days, I’m in the mood and position to do some crazy deals on domain names.

A lot of you did contact me yesterday – and to use my favourite word, people were gobsmacked at the prices I gave them. I was particularly generous to those that were prepared to buy in quantity.

Below is a list of just some of the premium domains that I sold yesterday. Prices are confidential, but I can tell you that they were less than wholesale (in my humble opinion)!

  • aac.com.au
  • Bridegroom.com.au
  • BrightonRealEstate.com.au
  • dnf.com.au
  • FlowerDelivery.com.au
  • Hair.com.au
  • HongKongHotels.com.au
  • MobileMechanic.com.au
  • NewZealandHolidays.com.au (and NZholidays.com.au)
  • Nuts.com.au
  • Piranha.com.au
  • SingaporeHotels.com.au
  • SportsWatches.com.au
  • Swoop.com.au

Plus many more good solid “portfolio holds”.

If you want some decent domains at very generous prices, please hit me up while you have the chance!

Ned O’Meara – 19th January 2017

5 thoughts on “Cut Price Sale!

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    January 19, 2017 at 11:35 am
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    great names mate

     

    I recon you should write a book ned about the domaining life and the pitfalls to avoid when starting off and advanced strategies you have so much knowledge and experience it would make a great read .

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    • Ned O'Meara
      January 20, 2017 at 7:49 am
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      @Shane – many others have suggested this. Would you pay to read such an eBook? 🙂

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    January 19, 2017 at 2:04 pm
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    Maybe you should put up a list Ned.

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    January 19, 2017 at 6:13 pm
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    Lol, obviously not the good idea that I thought it was.

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