.Com names wanted - Small portfolios are fine too

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  • THREAD TEMPORARY CLOSED:
It seems we got over 130 proposals (by email/PM) so we're now working to evaluate all names carefully with the guarantee to get back to anyone with a reply in the next hours.
Weve temporary closed this thread to avoid an overflow of offers with a consequent difficulty in managing them all properly but we thank all people who contacted us so we'll now have the chance to open few negotiations for the names of our interest.

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We're back in the domain business after a short break.
We're now looking for new acquisitions to increase the size of our portfolio.

We buy exclusively .Com names (single/compound words, popular surnames, world places, strong acronyms, NNN/NNNN)
Also interested in LL.net/org/.co.uk/.uk ...
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Anything with a good meaning is considered with no real preference for a specific topic but we're obviously looking for good deals at really attractive prices.

Usually we're interested in domains reg'd under multiple TLDs/variations (an important parameter to consider them of good quality), we evaluate anything seriously and with real interest by guaranteeing a reply in either ways within 24/48h.

Budget from low $xxx to low $xxx,xxx per name.
Small quality portfolios are welcome as well.

Some examples of compound names considered of good quality might be: travelcenter.com, healthnetwork.com, newsguide.com, mybusiness.com ... you got the point.
Strong dictionary words are welcome as well, of course.

Email your offers to: domainempire@protonmail.com

Feel free to add us to your newsletter/mailinglists in order to get frequent updates regarding new opportunities.
 
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Hey Luigi! Good luck with your search!
The link in your sig to your domains is coming up in Safari saying “the server can’t be found ”...just a heads up;)
 

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Send me a pm once you open up again. I have a few that I think you will like
 

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We'll do for sure, thanks.
What discouraged us is the fact we got around 130 proposals (we're still continuing to evaluate them and to gradually reply to all sellers) but most of them included lists of crap names with no value while others included quality names but proposed at extremely high prices not suitable to us (resellers).
 
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What discouraged us is the fact we got around 130 proposals (we're still continuing to evaluate them and to gradually reply to all sellers) but most of them included lists of crap names with no value while others included quality names but proposed at extremely high prices not suitable to us (resellers).
Hi

some of those negative aspects and time consuming replies can be eliminated or reduced

for instance,
unpaid members who just joined or who have been here a while, but haven't upgraded yet, may be able to read your post.

as unpaid members, they shouldn't have ability to engage in private messaging
but since you asked that submissions come via email, then they can bypass that obstacle, and possibly sell domains thru the forum, without paying for the upgrade.
that, may be "a portion" of where some of the undesirable names come from.

yeah...I know, established members can submit crappy names too, but just saying :)

another option to consider, would be to state that, if you are not interested in the domains, then don't expect a reply.
or that, you will only reply to names of interest.
as it may save time on your end and give sellers some indication of when to move on.

i too thought about submitting some names, but i figured you might get, exactly what you said you got.
still, glad you posted and hope you make some good purchases

:)

imo
 
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Thanks for your advice but I think it's more ethical giving anyone a chance to reach us and to propose their names. My opinion is that many newbies are unaware of the poor quality of their assets so I like believing in their good faith ... I don't think someone should have an interest in wasting our reciprocal time without the hope to close a possible deal.
Yes, it's a big time consuming job having to evaluate hundreds of crappy names but there're randomly few nice ones as well.

We're planning to grow a lot in the near future so we'll probably hire new people to speed up things and to make our job much easier.
We've still some names to consider for the moment and tons of other projects who'll keep us busy fulltime in the coming weeks so we'll not reopen this thread before September when we'll probably post a new one I guess.
Thanks again for your consideration.
 

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Hi....
Glad to see you are open and ready for some "real" work ...hahe! I am going t compile some names and get back to you with hope and a grain of salt (or a ton)!