No advertising, they emailed him.When my nephew sold his, he was not advertising to do so.
Some company who had aleady created the literature and site names needed it.
I think they offered 5 thousand but went to 10.
Did the person you know who sold his, did he advertise or did an offer just show up in his mail box?
Depends on what the buyer wants their TLD to be ... could be a .com or .org, .ca, etc.A long time ago I heard that domain names using the .com Protocol is worth more money than .biz or .org as an example.
Do you know if that is actually true?
The only opportunity I can think of is jumping very early on a new potential fad. For example, the moment something like "ethereum" emerges, you could go buy up all related domain names. Then you're taking a risk too, because many of these potential fads never turn into anything.I thank you for your reply. Your comments all make sense.
Yeah, I could have chosen a better name. The hyphen was a mistake.James.......you registered a domain name in 1999 and you chose a name with a hyphen ?