10 Responses to “Domain Picks Dropping on July 16th 2013”

  1. BullS says:

    Well, you know what I am going to say but I am not going to say the usual “I told you so”.

    I am going to be nice since I don’t want to kick someone when they are already down and add salt to the wound.

    Anyway, maybe a domain therapy session might help you overcome your loss and your net addiction.

    What an appropriate name:
    POTTHERAPY.COM-make me an offer so I can afford to go the therapy.

    • Mark says:

      LOL, I am pretty sure I am not addicted to .net, but I am certainly not going to drop names like GoldJewelry.net at this point…

  2. Well, actually I don’t see very interesting .net in this list, I wouldn’t buy any of them, excluding maybe one, but only for reg fee.
    As regards yours you mentioned here, I would keep only GoldJewelry.
    Just my opinion though :)

    • Mark says:

      Hi Andrea,

      HomeEquityLoan.net sold for $38k and HomeEquityLoans.net sold for $18k a few years ago, I am not sure why you would think I should not keep EquityLoans.net but I would be interested in hearing why?

      • Hi Mark,
        I think there has been a big misunderstanding here.
        Let me say first that, on my opinion, HomeEquityLoans is better (let’s say it’s worth 3-4x) than EquityLoans, like Swimsuits is way better than SwimmingSuits, I think you probably can agree on that.
        HomeEquityLoan is way better than EquityLoans (10-15x).
        I own several .net too, I’m buying them and I strongly believe they are the first and best alternative to .com, I agree with Frank (Schilling) on that.
        I don’t see a tangible impact from new gTlds, where registrars and lawyers will be the ones earning the most.
        Probably I didn’t express myself properly, I mean I would accept mid/high X,XXX $ offers on your names you mentioned.
        I think those names are definitely valuable, but not in the XX,XXX area.
        As I said, it’s just my personal view tough.

        • Mark says:

          It’s all good Andrea. I was probably just messing with you more than anything else. You make good points…

  3. Mark says:

    Before you kids get to crazy dropping and completely ignoring .net domains let me clarify something, I receive offers on all these .net domains I listed, I have turned down $X,XXX offers on all of them but I am always looking to get $XX,XXX so I still have them. My point was not do they have value, my point was how much value do they have? Should I take the 4 figure offers or hold out?

    • Just the opposite, I’m actively buying great keywords .net, with a bargain hunter (value) approach.
      Of course there are .net domains worth in the XX,XXX $, but for your names you mentioned here, in my view, you should take mid-high 4 figures offers.
      But at the end it’s up to you, since a domain value is often also the price a buyer is willing to pay for it (so it could be more, or less, than my view).
      Have a nice day! :)

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