Domain names for sale

Back in 2012, I though it would be a good idea to invest in old and short domain names. I bought 3 of them (four letter .com domains) for about $2000. It was a lot of money for me at the time, but I thought it was a wise investment. To my great disappointment, this isn’t one of those stories where the post ends with thousands of dollars in profit. But if you stick long enough, who knows! As for the 3 domains I bought in 2012 I was able to liquidate really quickly in early 2014 when I needed the cash! Although I didn’t make a ton of money, I also didn’t lose money! Which is great if you want to liquidate assets quickly.

When I started to build a domain portfolio a few things fall into place. We were able to finish the development of several tools at WhoAPI! The second thing that happened was that I fell in love (happens to the best of us) with an amazing illustrator, so I am able to combine spectacular logos as a bundle with a domain name. If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you will see what the end result looks like on some of this projects. Thirdly, Michael Cyger (you can read my interview with him) launched DNAcademy where I learned a lot about domain investing in a very short period. And last but not least, I have more spending money than in prior years, so I decided to invest instead of spending it on toys.

Here’s a list of domain names that I am selling:

As you may know, I had a fascination for four-letter .com domain names.,,,,,,,,,,

I also own some Croatian one word domain names:,,

I am interested only in serious high-bid offers.

Previous sales:,,,,, and others.

Not buying, or actively flipping domain names

It’s also worth pointing out that I am not actively flipping domain names. Therefore, if you are selling a domain name, do not contact me. I am not a broker (I can’t help you sell a domain name), and I am not buying domain names. So what changed? Why am I no longer interested in domain names?

I am buying and selling websites

This topic is addressed in great length here where I write about website investing. You can see the advantages, how to do it, where to do it and so on. I had better financial success with website investing, compared to domain investing. That’s why I decided to stop domain investing.

Besides, all my “domain investing” knowledge is actively used in the due diligence process when I am buying a website. So none of that went to waste.

Old projects (2013-2015)

Shutting down software

We regret this announcement, but after years of continuous effort, it has come a time to end our SaaS. The website will remain active.

As of today, we have disabled signups for new users.

As of 31st August 2022, we will stop sending email notifications to all users.

As of 30th September, we will shut down the application.

The few paid clients can ask for a partial refund depending on when they made the payment.

All active paying subscriptions are canceled as of today. You will not be charged in the future.

Thank you for trying our service and for supporting us. This gave us an opportunity to serve you, but the market has spoken.

Q: Why haven’t we emailed everybody this announcement?
A: The last time we tried to email all our users (asking everybody to upgrade because the service was in jeopardy due to lack of funding), we got flagged for spam on multiple occasions, increasing our cost (both time and money) in doing so. Furthermore, nobody upgraded their account after this notification, further fueling the fact that users are not interested in paying for this service.

Example of our announcement inside the notifications.

What we did do, was add the announcement in all the notifications we send. So if you opened at least one, you could see that we are shutting down the service, and find this announcement.

Q: Did Covid, the war in Ukraine, and inflation have anything to do with this?
A: For sure, it didn’t help.

Q: Why are you shutting down?
A: Lack of resources and paying clients.