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Best places to sell a domain?

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by McLeanMeister06, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. #1
    Hello,

    I am looking for a website to sell my domain; except from sedo, namepros.

    Any suggestions?
    McLeanMeister06, Mar 24, 2013 IP
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    kingofking Notable Member

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  3. SteveBar

    SteveBar Greenhorn

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    Try Sedo or Godaddy auctions, personally I think Sedo are pretty good if your happy to give them commission for the sale
    SteveBar, Mar 25, 2013 IP
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    ScotDamn Peon

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    You could also try flippa.com. They specialize in buying and selling websites and have a bidding system much like ebay. Good Luck!
    ScotDamn, Mar 30, 2013 IP
  5. Mr victor

    Mr victor Active Member

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    Yes the best place to sell your domains is in this forum at the buy and sell domain section. Try it out and see
    Mr victor, Mar 31, 2013 IP
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    MUK3SH Member

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    sedo is top marketplace for domains. You may try Namepros digitalpoint too.. ;)
    MUK3SH, Mar 31, 2013 IP
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    jukebox9988, Apr 3, 2013 IP
  8. Carny

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    Im not very convinced from sedo. They place 99% advertisements on your domain for 0 parking revenue and only a small notice, that the domain is for sale. I placed 100 good domains for over a year now on sedo and i only got one request so far. Right now im making my own system to sell my domains with focus on the sale and not on ads.
    Carny, Apr 3, 2013 IP
  9. matt_62

    matt_62 Well-Known Member

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    Just a thought, perhaps its your asking price?
    I have previously inquired about a few different domains before (not necessarily on sedo), and got nowhere as they were too greedy. Years later, those domains are still for sale. There is absolutely no way that the price they were asking is remotely justified.
    If you have 100 domains that you cant move in 12 months, then how many years will you keep trying to move them before you change tactics? Perhaps, try to reduce the asking price on all of them by 10-25%....
    matt_62, Apr 3, 2013 IP
  10. Carny

    Carny Peon

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    I reduced them already and also mixed with negotiation. Also high commercial domains with ~250k exact search volume getting only 1 offer over 60 euro in 4 month now. Maybe its highly different between german market and international market.
    Carny, Apr 4, 2013 IP
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    CashflyAlex Greenhorn

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    My friend had a lot of luck on Sedo.com, sold a domain name for $30k which was a great price.
    CashflyAlex, Apr 4, 2013 IP
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    #12
    Last year I tried to sell some domains with GoDaddy.com. None sold, but also you have to pay for the privilege of selling with GoDaddy, it's not much to pay, but something to bare in mind.


    How did your friend accomplish that? I've been parked at Sedo for a while...
    Auriga Swayze, Apr 5, 2013 IP
  13. Vishal Chadha

    Vishal Chadha Member

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    EMail.biz is the best place to sell a domain name .
    Vishal Chadha, Apr 7, 2013 IP
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    sotirooov Greenhorn

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    Hello, Flippa.com or godaddy.com are one of the best websites to sell or purchase (my oppinion). Regards.
    sotirooov, Apr 8, 2013 IP
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    bashishtha Member

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    If you have got lot of domains you can try DomainNameSales they have great marketplace but they only accept domainers with good and bulk domain. If you go there with 25 domains they will not let you register until you have car.com.
    Next I would suggest Digital Point. The thing I see here is that most of the domain business that goes on digital point forum is PR domains. So it is a great marketplace for PR Domains.
    If you have got .co.uk domains then I will suggest Acorn Domains Forum. They have the best marketplace for the uk domains. The worse part with Acorn domains is that its very very tough to register there due to their spam detection filter also you cant use free mail services like gmail and hotmail there.
    If you are a beginner then start with ebay. Slowly you will learn about the market there and many are successful on ebay.
    The best place to sell domain is end buyer. Try contacting end buyer via email or phone, I would suggest phone because they can give you the best price.
    Let me know if any confusion.
    bashishtha, Apr 8, 2013 IP
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    #16
    1. Forget selling on forums about domain names now
    2. If it's a niche find a forum on that niche and try there
    3. If it is not, the only thing you can do now-a-days is to wait for a contact (make sure a potential buyer can easily find you, whois, "domain for sell")
    4. Create a small site on it, buy some traffic, and try Flippa
    Bonus trick: Park on SEDO, ask a friend to make an offer and sent it to auction. ;)
    gusto, Apr 8, 2013 IP
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    The name that sold for such price would be a great name.
    bashishtha, Apr 8, 2013 IP
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    thesickearth Active Member

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    Are there any places that let you list domain and sell them for small amount of $$? Ebay/godaddy/sedo ask an arm and a leg it looks like, around 10% sometimes on top of transaction costs
    thesickearth, Apr 10, 2013 IP
  19. bashishtha

    bashishtha Member

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    For small amount I would suggest two options:
    1. Digital Point
    2. Ebay

    I don't see other places where $XX domains are being sold in large amount.
    I Would suggest that try increasing the price like 1USD-3USD because if you are selling a domain for $10 then for sure it will be sold for $11 hence saving the fees for you.
    Also if you sell a domain for $53 or $55 instead of $50 then there is no loss of low loss.. ;)
    I hope you get me point.

    Let me know if I can help more.
    bashishtha, Apr 11, 2013 IP
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    Companjo Peon

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    Sedo is a good marketplace for domains, i'm selling domains on SEDO to.
    Companjo, Apr 11, 2013 IP