Perhaps you’ve been managing a domain portfolio for years or maybe you’re just getting started
By Jay Finnan, Sedo’s Portfolio Sales Manager
Perhaps youâve been managing a domain portfolio for years or maybe youâre just getting started with your plans to build a portfolio. Weâve seen a lot of changes in the domain industry over the last year, some positive, some challenging. Whether youâre an old pro or just beginning, this spring is a great time to take inventory and make sure your domain business is on the right track for success this year and beyond.
Business and personal finance gurus like T. Harv Eker, founder and president of Peak Potentials Training; and Robert Kiyosaki, author of the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad will stress a few pearls of wisdom over and over again. One of them is to always surround yourself with assets and limit your liabilities. Good domain portfolio management is just like that. In execution, of course, it gets more complicated. For those building their first domain portfolio itâs key to treat it like any business and always maintain a positive cash flow.
For those with an established portfolio who are looking to grow or liquidate, itâs important to maintain a portfolio that works with the current market trends.
The article then goes on to look at investing in undervalued domains; selling overvalued domains; special projects to add value to your portfolio: Optimization, development and planning for an end game sale. To see the rest of this article, go to www.sedo.com/links/showhtml.php3?Id=1728.