Someone interested in buying one of my domain and ask for a domain Appraisal first. Nothing strange about that but when after the appraisal was done I get no response. Is this a scam from the Appraisal service to make money?
I don’t give anything away until I have spoke personally with the person interested in the domain and think the interest is genuine. Ask what other sites they own and look at the whois data, get a phone number, do the due diligence. Otherwise you could end up giving a competitor access to your stats.
by travelespresso4 months ago
I'd be really interested to hear if you have any experience using this site. It seems really easy to use but is WIX a good long term solution for a small operation? I need a shopping cart.Thanks in advance!
by Shadesbreath5 years ago
I bought a Godaddy domain (so don't tell me that was dumb, because it's already paid for, so it doesn't matter if you agree or not with that choice lol).So, should I use their hosting ($2.99 a month if I pay 36 months...
by David Gitachu2 years ago
I have been thinking of investing in an already established website through Flippa. Many offers look very attractive but some look questionable. How does someone verify all the details a seller gives such as earnings...
by Ritsos5 years ago
Sorry ... on a bit of a roll today aren't I :-)Had a great name for a domain but the .com version is gone but not used ... the .org or .net domain is still available .. wondered if it's best to get one of these or...
by Andrew Orrell5 years ago
Yesterday I was considering starting up a second website. I had an idea that I've been mulling over for a while. When I went to check on availability of domain names I was very suprised to see a .co.uk...
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