I just bought a SICK domain that was originally registered in 1997.
This makes it the oldest domain that I've ever owned.
It's a dictionary word.
It's only five letters long.
And I paid 0.09% of the .COM asking price.
How? I was in the right place at the right time.
Doing the the exact things that I teach in The Domain Challenge.
The seller either underpriced it by accident or they simply needed the money from a quick sale and priced it to MOVE. I don't know and I don't need to know.
All I know is that I picked up a SWEET DOMAIN name for a SICK PRICE.
Honestly, this is how I personally play the Domain Flips game.
I just keep putting myself IN THE POSITION for good things like this to happen. They don't always happen, but they will definitely NOT HAPPEN if I don't keep putting myself out there.
So what exactly do I do? Well, most days I search the expiring domain auctions on Godaddy. I will also search InstantDomainSearch.com when I get an idea and I'll see what's available to be registered or what's for sale. Sometimes the domains are listed for sale at prices that I would consider to be BELOW the market price. Depending on the domain, this is when I'll consider buying the domain for personal use or to turn around and relist it at a higher price.
Obviously there's more to it than that, and I'll get into more details in The Domain Challenge that starts on September 12th.
If you're interested in learning more about finding, buying, and selling domains, and you want to SAVE $100, just join The Domain Challenge BEFORE September 6th using THIS LINK or entering the code EARLYBIRD at checkout here: