“there’s no money in domain names.. this industry full of bullsh*t.”

The headline here is the title of a thread on Namepros getting a lot of attention. There seems to be a bunch of these posts in 2018.

As a domain investor you are actually a customer, not the industry. The business is very competitive and you really have to be a self – starter today. Gone are the days of finding low hanging fruit. There are still deals out there but very rarely are they on the cheap that many new to the industry would like to invest at.

For example when I started the Dot Tv subforum on Namepros back in 2005, there were names you could get fairly cheap, along with that you could get lucky. Verisign had plenty of glitches, one such glitch was that some premium names dropped without a premium fee..

If someone had a deal with Verisign, meaning they could get a LL or LLL .tv without a premium renewal, when it expired someone could jump on it and get the name. It’s how I first came to communicate with John Berryhill, back in 2004 LCD.tv a monster name that truly fit the extension dropped. Now at this time Verisign had some names with outrageous registration fees and renewals. WOW.tv was $50,000 a year at one time.

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