thanks for your comments

Hello Winston,
thank you for your advice. I will be more careful in the future.
From you post I assume you don’t like these names much
(not even to talk about the trademark-issue) ?

Guess that’s why the names don’t sell… will think about that.
Thanks for your comments nevertheless.

Greetings
Namebot

Re: thanks for your comments

> From you post I assume you don’t like these names much
> (not even to talk about the trademark-issue) ?

Well, I’ve got nothing personal against them :slight_smile:

My main point was that if you, as the person who is selling them, don’t know
why someone would want to buy them, then they are probably not going to be
sold.

I had an LP in my record collection that the collector’s guides said was
worth $60. I couldn’t find anyone who’d give me even a dollar for it (even
on eBay – no bids). I might tell you that your domain names were worth
$100,000 – but the real value is only what somebody is actually willing to
pay.

To make money by selling products or services, I’d look for the intersection
of these two things: (a) the buyers you already know how to find and (b) the
skills/knowledge you already have. (not that you should be limited to those,
but that’s a good place to start). I’m sure you can find people who would
use domain names there (not that that’s necessarily the primary thing you
should be selling them)

> Guess that’s why the names don’t sell… will think about that.
> Thanks for your comments nevertheless.

Another advantage to having a plan is that when you’ve laid out in advance
what you’re going to do, whether it succeeds or fails, at least you know
when it’s over.