Selling domains I don't use

D37

Active member
I have a whole bunch of domains I would like to sell. I don't want to have to pay to list each one. What is the best way to go about selling them?
 

Jethro

Well-known member
You could list them here and ask if anyone is interested? Best find out if that's kosher first, sure one of our Mods could answer that pretty quickly.
 

Miko

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they are both a ripoff too expensive
I have sold websites and domain names on flippa and always got top dollars for them
Tried many of the cheap alternative and never received serius offers.

If you ask me i rather pay a little extra and have higher chance of selling...
 

Blandt

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I have sold websites and domain names on flippa and always got top dollars for them
Tried many of the cheap alternative and never received serius offers.

If you ask me i rather pay a little extra and have higher chance of selling...
I agree but then listing 50 domains at $20 a pop that's stiff :D
 

Miko

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I guess depend what are you selling...

If your domain is joethebutcheroforegoningreenpantsandwhitetshirt.com. Go the cheap route, if you are selling one.com invest in a premium service.
 

D37

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Some domains I have are DiscussAutomotive.com DiscussApple.com DiscussBlackberry.com
 

AnthonyCea

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They are decent domains, but today domains are hard to move unless they are really top shelf generic (short) names.

I had one guy out of the blue offer me tops of $500.00 for MusicWorldTV.com through Godaddy, but I told him to come up with 2 grand, he must have found something he could afford.
 

Jeffin

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I think paying 500 is better than paying nothing and copying/modifying the little he came up with. Just my 2c.
 

Andrew

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eBay?

Wright the name of your domain on a piece of paper using a sharpie. Take a picture of it sitting on your desk or table. Sell the piece of paper and the domain information all in one auction. And it doesn't cost much to ship a piece of paper ;)
 
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D37

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eBay?

Wright the name of your domain on a piece of paper using a sharpie. Take a picture of it sitting on your desk or table. Sell the piece of paper and the domain information all in one auction. And it doesn't cost much to ship a piece of paper ;)
haha nice
 
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