Domains Odys Global - the leading marketplace for premium aged domains

alexodysglobal

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The domains are brandable (perhaps because these domains housed real brands in the past) and clean.

Thanks for taking the time to review ODYS!

The domains are brandable because we only pick the ones that fall into the premium category (brandable/short/pronounceable/dictionary words, etc) and also because we strongly believe a kick-ass site should have a kick-ass brand on a kick-ass domain. You can charge more than a 35x multiple when flipping an earning website when it's built on a brandable/premium name, rather than a spammy keyword focused exact match.

Here's a good read btw https://domaininvesting.com/there-is-so-much-value-in-a-good-domain-name/

SEOs should start paying more attention to the importance of great names for their sites.

Cheers!
 
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Looking at your catalog, wondering, if an English domain is focused on a specific niche in one country, can that domain be easily adapted to that same niche in another english speaking country?

For example, a domain that hosted a site on south african sports. Could it be easily adapted to a site focused on USA sports?
 

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Do you check that the domains don't have any owned and active trademarks? Including the non-us ones?
 

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Looking at your catalog, wondering, if an English domain is focused on a specific niche in one country, can that domain be easily adapted to that same niche in another english speaking country?

For example, a domain that hosted a site on south african sports. Could it be easily adapted to a site focused on USA sports?
@zelch, yes - unless you can find an English sports related domain that relevant to US.

Do you check that the domains don't have any owned and active trademarks? Including the non-us ones?
@bernard - yep - that's our bread and butter.