One of the things I’m really enjoying about the domain investing world these days is how much people are sharing, interacting, and learning together on Twitter. Ten years ago Twitter really wasn’t a thing in the Domaining world, today it is, and I think that’s a big win for all of us.
So today when I was poking around on Twitter I found a pretty interesting tweet from Bogdan Vovchuk:
Bogdan’s running an experiment with 105 .CO domains, 104 are non-premium, one is premium. Now given that on average a domain investor sells 1% of their portfolio per year this could time a while but I’m assuming he’s going to time box it. Suppose we’re talking 6 months or so I’d say the non-premiums would win since it’s easier to sell lower-cost domains faster than higher cost ones.
Of course, if he runs the contest over five years, I’d say the one premium domain will win since premium .CO names sell for five-figures all the time and it’s fair to say most of the non-premiums won’t sell.
Either way, I think this is a fun idea and I’m looking forward to seeing how it all turns out. How do you think the experiment will pan out?