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So how many domains do you have in your portfolio right now? On OY! Domains, and people clearly go to OY! But how many domains do you have in your portfolio and how do they roughly shake out by top-level domain? And on the actual OY! And you know, some of the domains of mine sit under me, or have either been aligned for friends or other people to develop onto and stuff. But the way that they break down is, the majority is. I am gonna be looking at some one-word. But my primary focus is. How did you do in ?
How many domains did you sell? Michael: Twenty domains, wow. David: Yeah, but I do need to admit that a majority of those were sort of what you consider wholesale but with the profit. Michael: Got you. Got it. Was it a good year for OY! And hopefully it continues, and I continue to grow a portfolio and keep expanding into better domains as well.
So if people wanna go check out your domain, they can go to OYdomains. Michael: Are you open to other investors making you offers on deals, and working more towards the wholesale rate rather than the retail rate? David: I think it depends on the name, really. But it ultimately depends on the asset involved. Michael: Awesome. You can click the Twitter button and do that and recognize him across Twitter. Thanks for coming on the DomainSherpa show again, sharing all the details of this profitable flip sale.
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Find out in this interview. DomainSherpa Review — Nov Blowtorch. DomainSherpa Review — Sept Happiness. With Richard Dynas Richard Dynas did his research and purchased a domain name for 40 percent of what he thought was a realistic retail sales price. But after a Comments must be respectful and constructive. Read our comment policy. Name Required. Mail will not be published Required. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. David was really great partner to cooperate with.
Thanks for your kind words. Currently use uniregistry and efty landing pages. I will be listing all my domains on afternic going forward. I like your portfolio, it is awesome, good job. Great show! Thanks guys!
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Are they worth investing in, pros cons? If you are new to investing, I would suggest that you stick with. Good job from a fellow Brit! David you seem like a really down to earth type of guy and it was refreshing to hear no bluster, just honesty in your negotiation, sales and goals. Great interview and I have sold a few brandables on ebay the past 2 years via make offer, starting to think you were the buyer. Best of luck and congrats on the flip!
You can sometimes get lucky on the bay. I have come across some great deals on eBay over time with the right search and negotiation methods. Good luck to all. Thanks for the great interview. Nice story, this is the kind of story needed as a domainer for moral boosting. Thanks to Mike and David. I wish you more sales and I also wished myself a good sales like yours. Domain Sherpa is a great platform to constantly learn from.
Thanks Micheal and David ,nice to see a humble person explaining domaining in a relaxed way ,so all of us can follow it. I might send David my domain sale page later ,via his site to get his opinion. Featured Interviews:. But David Kelly uses a secret tip to filter and find diamonds in the rough. Our apology for the inconvenience and to our guest Sherpa. This interview is promoted through a media partnership with Efty. Post a comment of thanks or share on Facebook.
Or, grab a feed for your podcast app , listen via Stitcher or listen on iTunes. David Kelly. David: Hi, Mike. David: Yeah, so it was TopOffers. David: Ten k. Michael: Ten thousand dollars. Yeah, okay. Michael: And then what was the time period in-between buying it and selling it? Michael: Yeah, and done quickly if he was looking for the cash quickly. David: Exactly, yeah. And then… Michael: What do you set your minimum at, David?
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Michael: Okay, awesome. And then what do you do? David: Yeah, me too. Michael: How many inquiries did you get on that domain name in-between? Michael: Wow. David: It does, yeah. To us, anyway, yeah. To us, the seller, yeah. David: You can leave a comment, yeah. You can leave a comment. Michael: And so how did you reply? Did you leave a comment or did you just counter?
Michael: And so it was a pretty quick negotiation, it sounds like. Michael: And then what happened from there to actually complete the transaction?
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Michael: Got it. David: No problem at all, no. Michael: Yeah, nice. Has this purchase changed your domain-investing strategy at all? David: So I sold about 20 or so. Michael: Definitely. David: They can either do it straight through the website or david oydomains. David: Thank you. Michael: Thank you all for watching. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe for updates it's free. Leave a Reply Comments must be respectful and constructive. Click here to cancel reply. November 14, at PM. Marina says:.
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Boom, there goes your 10 grand. How do you prove otherwise? Skip to main content. Go to My eBay page. The eBay Community. Sign In Help Guidelines About. Additional Resources. Knowledge Base Get quick answers to important questions to get you selling faster and better! Most Popular. Discussions Share best practices, tips, and insights.
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Message 6 of First "X" out of eBay.. Next; Find another venue! Message 7 of I'm still really confused. The seller accepts credit cards processed by Paypal and they have no way near the feedback that you mentioned. Message 8 of Message 9 of Actually there are so many tickets that are going for a great deal of money, particularly sporting tickets. I now see that they are selling them by means of credit cards that are processed by Paypal.
Message 10 of Super bowl could run that but not a concert. I did a quick search of the most expensive concert tickets coming up in , and nothing close. I wonder if it is some charity event. They run high. Or maybe see a show with The Donald.