I had someone today that thought that my quote of $120,000 was actually $120.
And guess what?
He wanted to pay $85 instead of $120!!!
How stupid can someone be? And even if I was selling it for $120 why the hell didn’t he say yes immediately???
Donuts predicts that renewal rate for its New gTLDs will be greater than 80%.
Trademark Clearinghouse released its latest stats: 1,181 marks have already expired & 848 marks are not verified.
Heritage Auctions is now accepting premium domains for the exclusive February auction that will only have 20 domains.
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Sadly I am not surprised someone wanted to pay $85 for a premium domain. I see that line of thinking all the time.
Me too but what surprised me is that he wanted a discount on the $120 price!!!
It’s funny and sad at the same time as people don’t understand the value of domain name. This is another example domains are still in initial stage and plenty of room left to grow.
They don’t try to understand. They have some stupid thing stuck in their head and they follow that.
Very well said. It’s not like they don’t understand but in actual they don’t *try* to understand. Their loss.
Every time I want to buy anything, I research first.
Even batteries or shoelaces.
Some people want to think that domains are free for everyone or just $10 for sex.com.
Research is must in everything.