If you receive an inquiry on one of your 2 or 3 word domain names (.com), remember to check if the last word has become a new extension.
Example, you own 4 2 0 B i k e .com and receive an inquiry. You should check if Bike has become a new extension. The person inquiring might have just registered 4 2 0 .bike and wants your domain name to use along with their name.
This has happened to me on several sales this year -- turned out the last word became a new extension and I was able to ask for more than I originally expected because the last word has become a new extension.
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