As a domain investor, there are a wide number of services that are used daily. These services help investors to perform basic tasks, complete research tasks, or find comparable sales data. In essence, the majority of domain-related services help to make us better investors. But if you had to pick a favorite, which would you choose?
Recently, I took to Twitter to ask a simple question. What is one free, and one paid service that you couldn’t be a domainer without?
I prompted domainers to respond with their nominations for each category. There were some interesting responses, and a few unexpected picks. Here are some highlights for both free and paid services as offered by Twitter. These are in no particular order.
ExpiredDomains.net – Website: expireddomains.net
NameBio – Website: namebio.com
Domaining – Website: domaining.com
DomainIQ – Website: domainiq.com
DomainTools – Website: domaintools.com
Efty – Website: efty.com
Estibot – Website: estibot.com
DotDB – Website: dotdb.com
I couldn’t do any better than handing the limelight over to the investors and domain industry participants that responded to my question. So, below, you’ll find a list of the answers I received. Do you have your own suggestions? Comment below.