Anyone who is on the internet in any way would have been bombarded with “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” discounts, deals and opportunities.

So I’m going to use the occasion to have a sale too. This represents a great opportunity to go back to all those people that have made me offers on domains this year, and offer them a special deal.

I’ve done this in the past, and it works. Even if I just get a couple of sales, it truly is a win / win.

Give it a try!

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If you’re a fellow domain investor, and you’re looking to bolster your portfolio with some nice names, hit me up. As many would attest, I have an extensive selection, and can be very generous on price!

  • Majority of my domains qualify for Category 1 status. This means you’re in the running for the .au (if and when it happens).

First in; best dressed. All enquiries treated with utmost confidence.

2 thoughts on “Domainers Can Have Sales Too!

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    November 30, 2019 at 8:17 am
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    When you break down the numbers from the Australian population do you soon realise just how tough it is to sell a good domain name to the few & cunning who are more often shocked at its worth above a few hundred dollars. Australia’s 2019 population is at 25 million, if you deduct the elderly from this, the children, and those many more who don’t have a requirement for domain name via their employment situation or general circumstance, along with new domain name extensions and the likes of Instagram which has allowed the individual to have less requirement for a domain name for personal or business reasons, do you soon realise the value of a .com or .uk domain name given the much larger populous market when selling a domain name or using that domain name for business purposes. When it comes down to a market between IT businesses and fellow investors does it surely limit the queues and asking price when selling most au domains. Australia’s deficit is surely by its tiny domain name buying audience. The upside being, before deductions, NZ investors only have a population of 5 million to work their magic 🙂 Good Luck!

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      December 3, 2019 at 4:40 am
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      NZ ccTLD aftermarket is almost non-existent, and prices are poor. I do much better with co.uk and com.au ccTLD’s. The dot com market is always good.

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