DomainSherpa Review – Nov 23: TexasHillCountryCleaning.com, HopeCredit.com, 4UM.com

 DomainSherpa.com: What do successful domain name investors think when they value domain names? In this show: • We learn what the Sherpas bought or sold recently: TexasHillCountryCleaning.com, HopeCredit.com, 4UM.com • Get your bids in soon for CashToday.com, RealEstateForeclosure.com, IdeaMark.com…• Plus, much more! We’re joined by Al…

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Pointing multiple domains at one site? Here’s a few things to consider.

 MorganLinton.com: Over the last few years buying domain names for SEO value has become increasingly popular. The reality is, if someone spent years doing link-building but then for one reason or another the business failed and the domain expired, those backlinks could be yours. If you want to do a deeper dive into understanding expired domains [&#8230…

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End user domain sales report, including new home for “Calculator.com” site

 Domain Name Wire: Company that bought stolen domain name finds an alternative. “Because 2020”. That must be how the team at Stands4 felt after paying $180,000 for the stolen domain Calculator.com this year. It also spent $50,000 developing a site for the domain. Rather than let the development cost go to waste, Stands4 found a backup domai…

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Marc Jacobs, Vanity Fair, and Harper’s Bazaar seek out the forward-thinking creativity of product…

 Gen.XYZ: Bosque.xyz – Domain.com customer (United States) Breaking through in a creative industry like video production requires dedication and a unique perspective. One way professionals set themselves apart in this field is by keeping an eye toward the future. Adopting an approach that shows your work is on the cutting edge can help y…

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LT.com: From a 7 Figure Sale to a Premier League Sponsor in Weeks

 JamesNames.com: In early September, I revealed that the domain LT.com moved from the possession of a prominent domain investor to a gambling company.
Sold by broker George Hong on behalf of investor Nat Cohen, the LT.com name was reportedly sold for a seven-figure fee, although specific details were not disclosed:

Just sold https://t.co/JOW2OKYEsC&…

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What domains do Chinese internet companies want to buy?

 Domain Name Wire: Kassey Lee looks at Chinse internet company domain name preferences. Edit Edit date and time You need to know your buyers if you want to sell your domains to China. Since internet companies lead the business world, it is worthwhile to study domains used by the best internet companies. This will enable you to draw […]
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