Tag Archives: Domain Names

How to Test the Waters of the Domain Market with No Commitment

Let’s face it: some of us are a bit “gun shy” when it comes to buying and selling domains. The Internet’s been around a while, but it hasn’t been around that long; some people are still genuine novices and not entirely comfortable with new things. While that’s understandable, what’s not understandable is having any more trepidation going forward.… Read More »

Three Business Documents You Need to Buy and Sell Domain Names

Buying and selling domain names have become so commonplace that we might even venture to call it “easy.” That’s a good thing for us, since we are WebsiteBroker.com, but for some buyers and sellers of domains, this ease of use does come with a small caveat: when something becomes too easy, it’s tempting to not pay too much… Read More »

How Do I Know When To Buy a Domain Name?

For anyone who’s ever made an investment before, there’s one simple truth that seems to always rear its head: timing is everything. Consider the 2000 “Dot Com” bubble, in which web sites were selling for far more than they were worth. Some web sites made huge sales and made their owners rich; other companies tanked and subsequently went… Read More »

Understanding the Ins/Outs of Domain Name Speculation

In this era of high gas prices and tough real estate purchases, the word “speculation” gets a pretty bad rap. If you’re not familiar with the term, a “speculator” is essentially an investor who buys up something with an eye on selling it for a profit when the price goes up. You might be able to see why… Read More »