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AriseGetting started in Domain investment
Some experiences and advices
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When getting started in domaining, there is always a tendency of anxiety, beyond the normal sense. The $xxx xxx sales report of some people could make a newbie become too overwhelm that he will decide to look for names to buy. 

In doing this, the inexperience register many junks unknowingly. He still have strong faith and courage that his names will sell in a matter of days just like the person that reported his wonderful sale. Unfortunately, sales doesn't come and those names are heading to expiration, then comes frustration and the conclusion that domaining is not real. Yes, the anxiety to make money quickly is a natural thing that happens to all men however experience inculcates a better behaviour or attitude. 

Do you care to share some tips to overcome newbie anxiety? Please feel free to air your points to save a fellow. 

I was also a victim of this. Though I read for months on domain investment, I didn't get any write up which told me this part at that time. All I see and read is how I can make $xxx xxx within weeks of domaining. Well, this doesn't discourage me much as I have determined to earn a living via a legal online means. 

Few points for thought for new entrants:
- Remember it's an investment, and as such the average period should be a year.
- Keep reading and learning from online platforms 
- Don't view it at first as a full time endeavour
- Ask questions, don't be shy or timid
- Don't register too many names at first even if you have the money
- Get to know tools and how to use them e.g.  tools for outbounding. 
- If you often see someone make sales, ask how he does it, and what you are missing.

- I am skeptical to add 'stick to a niche.' If that works for you fine, but as you grow you might begin to understand how domain names work and how to invest in them, so you might want to invest in more than one niche, type or extension. 

- And don't forget to make friends you will gain from them. 

Many points but I will stop here for others to make contributions. Together we learn enough to stand. 

Arise
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(03-28-2020, 02:30 PM)Arise Wrote:  [Image: AZuV5PH.jpg]
When getting started in domaining, there is always a tendency of anxiety, beyond the normal sense. The $xxx xxx sales report of some people could make a newbie become too overwhelm that he will decide to look for names to buy. 

In doing this, the inexperience register many junks unknowingly. He still have strong faith and courage that his names will sell in a matter of days just like the person that reported his wonderful sale. Unfortunately, sales doesn't come and those names are heading to expiration, then comes frustration and the conclusion that domaining is not real. Yes, the anxiety to make money quickly is a natural thing that happens to all men however experience inculcates a better behaviour or attitude. 

Do you care to share some tips to overcome newbie anxiety? Please feel free to air your points to save a fellow. 

I was also a victim of this. Though I read for months on domain investment, I didn't get any write up which told me this part at that time. All I see and read is how I can make $xxx xxx within weeks of domaining. Well, this doesn't discourage me much as I have determined to earn a living via a legal online means. 

Few points for thought for new entrants:
- Remember it's an investment, and as such the average period should be a year.
- Keep reading and learning from online platforms 
- Don't view it at first as a full time endeavour
- Ask questions, don't be shy or timid
- Don't register too many names at first even if you have the money
- Get to know tools and how to use them e.g.  tools for outbounding. 
- If you often see someone make sales, ask how he does it, and what you are missing.

- I am skeptical to add 'stick to a niche.' If that works for you fine, but as you grow you might begin to understand how domain names work and how to invest in them, so you might want to invest in more than one niche, type or extension. 

- And don't forget to make friends you will gain from them. 

Many points but I will stop here for others to make contributions. Together we learn enough to stand. 

Arise


Nice guide!
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@grandname, am I glad that the piece helps you.
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