Bogdan Vovchuk

What country are you based in?


Do you feel your location has an effect on your domain investing?

Yes, I do. There are many different services that do not work or work with restrictions in Ukraine. For example, PayPal, before the war, worked only for sending payments, now they are also allowed to accept funds, but only from friends. Our Ministry of Finance explains this by the reluctance of PayPal to cooperate with Ukraine, and PayPal says that the problem is in our legislation. Another example is After the annexation of Crimea in 2014, excluded Ukraine from the list of supported countries. Although we are a victim and it is a bit unfair.

How long have you been involved in domains?

I became interested in domains in 2017, that’s when I registered my first domain as well. But I take it seriously only for the last 3 years.

Are you a full time domainer?

Not yet, but I strive for it 🙂 According to my formula, I need about 3,000 domains to generate revenue from domains so that I can do this full-time. Currently, I own 568 domains. So there is room to grow.

How did you find out about domain investing?

I can’t remember exactly how this happened, but the inspiration to invest was given to me by reports of domain sales.

How many domains do you currently hold?


What's your favourite non .com tld/nTLD/gTLD?

.tv and .org

What's the best advice you've been given by another domain investor, either directly or through something they've said on twitter or in an interview?

Someone said, “Your network is your net worth.” I truly believe in this statement. You need to constantly expand your network, make collaborations and partnerships. By the way, I have plans for future collaboration with other domain investors in the near future.

What kind of goals do you set yourself?

Grow my portfolio gradually to 1000, 2000, 3000 quality domains. Become a full-time domain investor in a few years. Finish developing 2 of my side-project and earn the first revenue out of them this year.

Who are your top 3 domain investors?

Rick Schwartz, Mike Mann, Andrew Rosener.

What's the toughest part of domain investing?

Sales, and you need to learn them in order to be a better domain investor.

How do you structure the domaining part of your day?

Managing my portfolio (reviewing, repricing, listing) – 30%, digging through the domain auctions/expired list – 30%, analyzing some online services, which can help me to build – 20%, reading domain related content – 20%.

How do you manage your portfolio?

I try to keep my domains among 2-3 major registrars and they’re listed in full only on, where you can export them, make changes and import them into Afternic

Do you also have any NFTs or Crypto in your portfolio?

I have both Crypto and NFTs, but I try not to spread myself to much on such risky investments.

What's the most you've ever spent on one domain?

Around $10K.

Have you ever done outbound? If so, were/are you successful?

Yes, I have. My biggest outbound sale is $1500 via LinkedIn.

You're given $10k to spend on domains, how do you spend it?

I’d try to acquire one CVCV, VCVC, VCCV or good-standing 2-word .com in private for around $5K. 2-3 domains in the $500-1000 range and the rest for smaller purchases.

Outside of domains, what other business/wealth/personal growth figures do you look up to?

A. J. Hoge and Tony Robbins.

What do you do when you're not domaining?

Playing with my 2 kids, building my side-projects, listening to podcasts and watching Adventures with Purpose.

What advice would you give to people just starting out in domains?

Do not rush in handregs, do not use appraisal tools and count every penny you’ve spent and every penny you’ve earned.




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