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May 14, 2015

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GGRG's Giuseppe Graziano Releases The Definitive Guide to Numeric Domains and It's Available at No Charge

Giuseppe Graziano, the former DomainHoldings Director of Business Development for Europe who recently opened his own Lisbon, Portugal based brokerage and consulting shop at GGRG.com, has just delivered a very nice free gift to investors interested in numeric domain names. The category, largely fueled by Chinese buyers, has enjoyed a boom in recent years and that in turn has spurred investor interest in how to make money with domains made up of numbers rather than letters. Those with questions can now find many of the answers they are looking for in an excellent new report Giuseppe authored - Numeric Domains 2.0 - The Definitive Guide -  that is available at no charge on the GGRG website.  

Guiseppe also released a comprehensive infographic (click on the image to enlarge) called "Twelve Lucky Rules to Understand the Value of a Numeric Domain Name" that offers a treasure trove of useful information in a tidy graphic package.  

Giuseppe Graziano
GGRG Founder and CEO

Giuseppe's new report is an update to an article he wrote a year ago that garnered widespread attention but things have changed a lot in the market since then. Graziano wrote, "I was quite surprised to find, after re-reading the article, that the floor prices for numeric domains I quoted one year ago increased at least 300% which is quite an increase for any investment asset. In addition, less than 2 months ago, 360.com became the most expensive domain acquisition in history when QiHoo, a Chinese company, bought it from Vodafone for a staggering 16,000,000 USD."

Graziano asked, "Where would you have been if you had invested $15,000 in a random 3 number .com like 479.com at 18 months ago? Well, as of today, you would be probably

able to sell it for around $60,000. This is why you should study carefully this niche if you are looking to achieve disproportionately better returns on your portfolio. The new article aims to be a near complete resource on the topic. I spent several hours putting it together hope you enjoy!"

 We certainly did, and if you check it out we are sure you will learn a lot from it as well!

(Posted May 14, 2015)  

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