what to do with unused domains?

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Hi,

I have some unused domains.. Can Ii sell it to someone?
If yes, where?
Is it better to make a affiliate website and sell?
Please suggest.
#internet marketing #domains #unused

  • Profile picture of the author RobCopywriter
    I have heard of a site called sedo in which you can sell domains, never used it but just thought I would try and help you!
  • Profile picture of the author DebbieD
    You can also sell it on e-bay, AfterNic, or Digital Point, but Sedo is a good place, as well.

    You can also put up a "For Sale" graphic on the page that the domain name serves up, telling people that the domain name is for sale and where they can contact you.

    Here's a page with more info.

    How do I sell my unused domain names? :: Free Tech Support Help :: Ask Dave Taylor!®

    Hope it helps you.
  • Profile picture of the author RobCopywriter
    Originally Posted by DebbieD View Post

    You can also sell it on e-bay, AfterNic, or Digital Point, but Sedo is a good place, as well.

    You can also put up a "For Sale" graphic on the page that the domain name serves up, telling people that the domain name is for sale and where they can contact you.

    Here's a page with more info.

    How do I sell my unused domain names? :: Free Tech Support Help :: Ask Dave Taylor!®

    Hope it helps you.
    So you can sell digital goods on ebay? I have been seeing different opinions on this.. some saying yes, the other no..
  • Profile picture of the author imenterprise
    It's been awhile since I've looked at ebay's terms and conditions... But digital goods can be sold in their classifieds section the last I saw (a few months ago).
  • Profile picture of the author freetraff
    Originally Posted by sumith View Post

    Hi,

    I have some unused domains.. Can Ii sell it to someone?
    If yes, where?
    Is it better to make a affiliate website and sell?
    Please suggest.
    My users are often plugging their unused domains to the system, get content from it, improve their traffic stats and only then sell. It's pretty automatic that is why they just set up once and then leave the site growing with content.

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