DomainSherpa Review is the seminal show on the DomainSherpa Network where we get into the minds of successful domain name investors – who we call Sherpas – and talk about the value of domain names. By listening to the Sherpas, we expand our knowledge and understanding so that we can become more successful domain investors ourselves.

In this episode:
(i) The Sherpas play The Domain Game, where they guess what certain domains were bought and sold for and discuss the reasons behind their evaluations. Today’s domains are,, &;
(ii) They review a list of domains about to come up for auction on, including,, and;
(iii) They discuss some macro-economic trends and the potential impact on domain names, .io vs. .xyz and alternate extensions to .com;
(iv) Also, the Sherpas dig in about payment plans for domain sales and much more!

JT is joined by Drew, Josh, & Ammar – so be sure to tune in!!

0:00 – Intro
1:33 – Show opening
3:05 – JT gives out his AKA’s
5:44 – The #DomainGame begins with
19:02 – The #Sherpas discuss if they are seeing a higher volume of smaller sales vs. #PremiumDomians and talk about the financial state of the industry.
25:00 – They talk about how the current financial state means there could be an opportunity to buy #domains.
30:31 – The #DomainGame continues with
33:00 – The #Sherpas discuss how payment plans can apply to #domain sales.
39:00 – They have a colorful debate over .io vs .xyz.
57:37 – The #DomainGame finishes with
1:02:31 – #MediaOptions sponsor break
1:03:52 – The #Sherpas discuss which #domains coming up for auction at #NameJet that they like and don’t like

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