Here’s why you shouldn’t have sellers remorse.
With the rapid rise in values for three and four character domain names, I’ve read some commentary from people kicking themselves for selling domain names too soon.
Call it seller’s remorse, and it’s a feeling I think we’ve all had.
But comparing the price you sold a domain name for and how much you could get for it today is irrelevant. It’s hindsight.
Here are three reasons you shouldn’t beat yourself up too much:
1. Even if you held on to the domain name longer than you did, you probably would have sold it before now.
I’m reminded of this when I look around Austin and see the rapid rise in real estate prices.
“If only I’d bought land in this part of town 10 years ago!” I tell myself. Click here to continue reading…