- Nov 4, 2020
Now that I am at the end of my inventory I will share some info..
Law domains are red hot, I had an inventory of law domains, very short prefixes like LLaw and LLLaw to the word law.
I only have a couple left but they still get lots of inquiries, the ones I have left are rlaw and jlaw.
I also had a nice stach of two letter law domains and I purchased those after I cleared out a nice chunk of LLCanada domains.
However rlaw is my most popular law domain and it had 3 hits last week, I could have sold it many times over in the 5k range but decided to hold out for 25k.
So here is some advice for some of the newer members just getting started. Pick a hot keyword (preferably short) and add one to two letters in front. Chances are someone will eventually want those initials and if you are not greedy you may make a few bucks. They did not set the world on fire for me but were enough to pay renewal fees.
The only reason I am disclosing this is because I am at the end of my law domains with hardly any inventory left.
I have an extensive catalogue of secret domains that I do not publish because I do not want people to copy my ideas.
I will disclose more of my secret domains as the inventory depletes.
I have a number of undisclosed niches that have consistently paid my renewal fees, they do not sell for large sums but they continue to show a nice return.