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The Future of Domain Investing: 10 Reasons Why There Are Still Millions to Be Made

By ShaneCultra | Jan 15, 2011

People ask me why I invest in domains and I give them a simple answer.  It's not the beginning but it's early and I'm going to take advantage.  Early enough to be a part of one of the best money making opportunities we've seen in the last 50 years.  I can buy Internet land and prices that are just a small percentage of their future value.  I buy just like I buy real estate, beach front and highly desired locations.  There is plenty of land and plenty of domains, but the most wanted will continue to stay the most wanted. Here are 10 other reasons why I can still make millions with domains in the near future.

1. 7 Billion people on earth and increasing at 80 million A YEAR: Before the 20th century, no human had lived through a doubling of the human population, but there are people alive today who have seen it triple. Sometime in late 2011, according to the UN Population Division, there will be seven billion of us.  Every year a larger percentage of people have access of the Internet

2. Most people believe all the good dot coms are taken. While there are still domains related to new technologies, current events, and trends to be hand registered, most are now in a taken or resale state. Limited supply of anything is positive for the future.  You can make as many new tlds as you want but there will only be one dot com.

3. Companies spent more on Internet advertising than newspaper.  The old king of media has officially been replaced by the net.  Next up…. TV.

4. It's human nature to think you can do better. The wonderful thing about humans is they think they are better than other people.  Give a designer a logo and 99% of the time they think they can do better.   It applies to domaining as well.  It doesn't matter if you can monetize a domain or not, someone will always think they can make more money from it.  They think they can sell it for more.  As long as they don't lose that instinct you'll always have this to help you move product.

5. The average price of a domain at Sedo rose from $1600 to $2000. Prices for domains that are most wanted are rising.  You just have to figure out which domains sell.

6. Big sales lead to buyers with big dreams. Again, it's human nature to dream of making a million dollars.  Every time a big domain sale comes up it gets people excited.  Even more importantly,  are the large selling prices for domains that are unexpected.  Names that many people didn't think really had that value.  Everyone dreams of that wealthy enduser that absolutely that has to have your domain.  All this leads to people taking the gamble.

7. The CHEAPEST average price of a 30 second National Tv commercial is $76,000 a minute. On Fox it averages $200,000.   And that's national.  A domain is worldwide.  Makes domain prices sound cheap doesn't it?

8.  Companies are still willing to buy domain names AFTER they release the product or start the company.   The surest way for a company to get a domain at a fair price is to have some foresight and send a middleman to buy the domain before the release of a product.  Fortunately for domain owners, companies still release products and buy the domains AFTER.  It gives the domain owner the upper hand in negotiations and ensures a big payday.

9. Real business minds will rule the lazy and profit accordingly. Now that the easy money in parking has ended and the minisites are following the same trend, the business mind that create individual businesses on their domains will create enormous wealth.  Now is the time of the large build out.  Consumers are figuring out whether it's a "legit" site within seconds of the landing and with Google moving to TrustRank, the sooner you build trust, the more money you'll make.

10.  The average time spent online is increasing at an incredible rate. Over the last five years, the amount of time spent watching TV has increased about 5%, but the time spent surfing the Web has grown 121% to an average of 13 hours a week, Forrester Research said in an annual report about online consumer habits.  Add mobile and you'd find that the Internet is a bigger part of the day then any form of communication and entertainment.  And the roadmap of this communication is defined with domains.  The owners of these properties will prosper

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