I'm perceiving a "low buzz" in the domaining world - a sort of law lament or public acknowledgement of the need to trim portfolios to reduce overhead, etc.
Folks who depend on parking PPC income to sustain their domaining habit are likely feeling the pinch of lowered PPC incomes, due to smartpricing, housecleaning by parking companies, etc.
I suspect that there may be domains that, a year or two ago, some domainers wouldn't have sold for less than $2-3,000 that may be purchased - today - for hundreds of dollars in come cases.
Do you think that the time between now and the next gTLD price hike for .Com in the Fall might present some buying opportunities?
What about in the higher end domain market - the $10K-$50K+ value domain range? Do you think there may be some buying opportunities as "lifestyle needs" may demand that some sales be made to sustain those lifestyles?
Will opportunity knock in 2008 for those sitting on a bit of cash? I vaguely recall going on a successful buying spree in 2002-2004 as the deflated .Com bubble caused many to question their domain investing.
Are you "cash ready"?
Do you see what I see?
Or am I a loon?
[edited by: Webwork at 7:25 pm (utc) on May 26, 2008]