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Old 21st April 2012, 06:11 PM
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Re: Question - Building a self sustaining portfolio

Another thing: there is a difference between a premium domain and a good parking performer. I doubt anyone here would want to develop a typo domain, yet lots of ascii typo names earn their fair share in parking revenues.

To answer the original question : just get quality names. If you want to spend $$ on the after market for what you consider better names, go ahead. If you want to try your luck with hand registration, go ahead. Check the latest figures for registration by script kindly published my mulligan, you'll see there is still room for the total registration in the .com IDN space to grow multiple times.

Lastly, if any of you has had the opportunity to read the comments or talk with older ASCII guys, you'll find that none of them ever complained about having had too many domains. It's quite the opposite actually, some of them wished they had regged more, or did not wasted their time trying to develop big website projects while there was still opportunities to add to their portfolio.
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