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Subject: Closure Notification - Domain-Inventory


Dear Valued Clients, Buyers, Brokers, and Domain Enthusiasts,


With a blend of gratitude and sorrow, I share the decision to close the doors of Domain-Inventory. Established in 2008 as a domain-selling investment, the journey has reached a point where severe financial constraints make the continuation of operations unfeasible.


In recent months, most domains have naturally expired without renewal, and the remaining few registered under Domain-inventory will follow suit. While my belief in the inherent value of these names has always been steadfast, the influx of continuous new extensions has played a pivotal role in the challenges faced.


Persistent attempts to secure listings of my domains in prominent domain broker auctions have, unfortunately, been met every time with consistent refusals, adding to my financial strain. 


Despite substantial investments in advertising over the years with Google, Facebook, and others, the expected sales did not materialize, and social media outreach led to some bans for obscure reasons that still need to be clarified.


Though a few domain sales were achieved, they fell below the necessary threshold. Logos and videos on some platforms did not attract the anticipated likes or followers.


I sincerely thank all followers, buyers, brokers, and fellow domainers who supported Domain-Inventory throughout its journey.


Witnessing 'my' names go up for sale and change hands in the future will undoubtedly be a poignant and hard-to-see aspect of this closure.


At this moment, I want to express my appreciation to everyone who played a positive part in the Domain-Inventory story. 


Your support has been invaluable, and I wish each of you success in your future endeavors.

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