Everyone’s caught on.
We’re at the point where if you want a good domain name, you’re going to have to pony up some cash.
In some cases, maybe it’s just a few hundred bucks. In most, you’re going to need to sloth over at least a grand, probably x 2 or 3.
But you don’t want to pay that much. In fact, you’d prefer the least amount possible.
Which leads to this:
How do you negotiate a lower buy price on a domain name?
This isn’t normal negotiating, 90% of the time it’s all done by email.
SKYPE and phone calls, sometimes, sure but you’re mostly going to haggle back and forth over email.
So how do you get the lowest price possible?
Buy my domain negotiation video course, of course:
This is 45 minutes of me giving you insider secrets: tips, strategies, information, and practical psychology on how to bargain domainers (as well as domain selling companies) down.
It took me 45 minutes to talk through all of this — I guarantee you it’s not in some 500 word blog post that you just Googled before you got here.
If you’re serious about buying a domain, this video is going to instantly pay for itself. You can almost always shave 10% of the price right off the bat.
Usually it’s more like 20-25% worst case scenario.
Here’s another thing: Domainers absolutely do not want you to know the information in this video because it will drastically cut into their profit margins.
If you would like to hire me to negotiate a domain for you, I’m certainly happy to help in providing that service as well.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to have me in your corner when buying a domain name that’s already taken.
I buy domain names a lot and I always get discounts. Purchase my quick, straightforward video course and I’ll show you exactly how to get the cheapest purchase price so you can put more money towards your startup.