The gift that keeps giving. In September Teem.com was bought out and I got a SURPRISE check for $642,000. Bringing my total of the Teem.com sale to just about $800k.
I wake up this morning with another email. I guess there was a bit of a "Holdback" and I just found out I am getting another $173,000.
Bringing the total of the sale of Teem.com to $973,000.00 from a $35 hand registration in 1998.
And the hits just keep on coming…
Well done, Rick. Good for you.
The King is only one…
The Real King
Congrats! The perfect investment.
And the rich get richer.
We praise you and envy you.
Seriously? The only obligation he has is to his family. If you can’t make it domaining on your own then you’re in the wrong business. Additionally advertising your domains on another persons blog is not the best way to try and establish yourself. Seek out an online community to talk about your domains.
Congrats Rick….. my $11,900 sale from yesterday kind of pales by comparison, I had to hold that domain for 7 years.
This domain name fails the ‘radio test’, and a few other laws of domaining, yet it produced great results.
I’m just saying.
Some derivative domains are very trademarkable so that this one seems to fit the build.
It seem to be one of those trademarkable names derived off of a play on team. Did you get anything for its trademark since you probably had it before any such named company came along?
I expect a domainer present in the mail for Christmas. ;-)
Oh wait, Canada Post is on stike. Guess i am SOL. Lol
When the you have the Midas touch, you have the Midas touch. Congrats on another nice royalty check Rick!
The man is steady stacking that Paper!!!
Congratulations Rick.You got me rethinking my strategy.
Happy day. Jose.
Congrats, the kind of sale every domainer would love to make!
Rick was right on the money when he said that it would take around 20 years for his domains to realize a (big) return on his investment since he registered it in 1998 and it is 2018 now.
Congrats on receiving additional funds on the same deal.
Definitely a good sale.
Congratulations, Rick. I hope to hear more of this news and we hoping you’ll soon sort out a deal for Property.com