Ah regrets, I mean “lessons learned” – an important step in anyone’s journey to doing anything that actually works. While it would be great to say that every domain investor instantly knew the right domains to buy, the reality is, most of us didn’t, and so we learned the hard way.
While I said regrets above, that’s really too harsh since you shouldn’t regret things you learned that helped you get to where you are today. So let’s just call it “domain investing lessons learned at the school of hard knocks.”
For me, this lesson was pretty simple but very powerful. I’ll share it below so it doesn’t blend in with everything else. The one thing I wish I knew about domain investing before I started is:
Don’t waste time hand-registering a bunch of domains, buy two-word .COMs off the drops.
And if I had to share a second lesson it would be:
Go to domain conferences and talk with people way more successful than you are…you might learn a thing or two.
Okay, so I shared two things, now you only have to share one, but if you want to share two, be my guest. What are one (or two) things you wish you knew about domain investing before your started?
As usual – I want to hear from you, comment and let your voice be heard!