DomainSherpa Review - Nov 21, 2013

We're joined by: Adam Dicker, Andrew Rosener, Page Howe and Rick Schwartz.

Career domains from 55 investors are valued and discussed. Which should be dropped, which are diamonds in the rough waiting for a business, and which just plain don’t make sense? We crown a new “Registered or Available” king. Plus, a fantastic discussion in the After Show.


The DomainSherpa Review is where we get into the minds of successful domain name investors – people we call Sherpas – and talk about the value of specific domain names. By listening to the Sherpas, we expand our thought process so we can become more successful investors ourselves.


For multiple domain name lists and portfolios, the Sherpas answer:


  • Which domains are valuable, and in what way?
  • What is the market value (both wholesale and retail) of the best domain names?
  • Which domains are worthless and should be dropped?
  • Which domain names may invite legal issues, such as a UDRP case or cybersquatting lawsuit?
  • Which domains do our Sherpas want to make an offer on?

In the After Show, the Sherpas discuss:


  • How much is the value of a .CO compared to a .COM, especially in the case of Stenographer discussed in today’s Review?
  • How did Andrew Rosener of Media Options buy MO.CO, for how much (Michael Cyger asks), and what are Rosener’s plans to use it?
  • Are the new 844 toll-free numbers worth speculating on? We ask Rick Schwartz.
  • Adam Dicker has a domain name suggestion of our “domain gang”. Find out what it is.
  • How will Page Howe be focusing his business on websites, rather than domains, in the future?
  • Should Rick Schwartz expand HallofShame.com to include shill bidders in domain name marketplaces? Sound off.
  • And more.

Watch or listen: DomainSherpa Review - Nov 21, 2013
 

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