Question about Domain Sell

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I got researched a domain name which can have higher value. I don't know how to sell it. I mean I have to register the domain in my own account.Then when I will list it for sell,how I will transfer it to customer.
Please anyone could answer me.
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  • Profile picture of the author masonisabella794
    Do you own of this website? If yes, you know all of documents/ Domain, hosting details of the site. To sell your site, you can use any website sells & buy market. Such as flippa or, something like this. Then you need to set up the sites value. You can set its price by its traffic, content, Alexa rank & Page rank. When you will transfer your site to buyer, you should provide all docs/ Domain, hosting details of the site.
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    I am taking about domain. And if it is registered in my email account how will I transfer it to any customer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terrance01
    Found a good article on this, Check out: How To Sell A Website - How Much Is Your Website Worth?

    To Your Success,
    -Terrance
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    Its not a wapsite . Just a domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author DNChamp
    If you own the domain then you can sell it at several places like Godaddy auctions, sedo, afternic etc. BUT just because you THINK your domain is good does not mean it will sell.

    I seen this "feeling" that you got an GREAT domain that can sell right away but you end up dropping it after a year because of no offers. What is the domain name and many here can tell you if it is good or not,
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    I didn't registered yet. its money making niche but it have .in extension and .net or .com are already taken and one or two other extension is in godaddy auction.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    You need to research "domain flipping." You can learn the basics on WF. Best of luck, buddy!

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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    Tom I need to know how can I transfer domain to customer if anyone wants to buy it.
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    To Sell a Domain you need EPP code for transfer of the ownership of your domain. You can obtain EPP code from your Domain registrar.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    To the uninitiated:

    "It is alternatively called an auth code, a transfer key, a transfer secret, an EPP code, EPP authentication code, or EPP authorization code. See Extensible Provisioning Protocol. The code supports transferring any domain in the above top-level domains from one Registrar to another."

    If you're flipping, though, aim to push.

    GRM
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    The easiest way is to create and new account on the registrar that has the domain and then push the domain to the new account and give the login details to the buyer.

    This avoids complications like EPP codes of transferring the domain to another registrar. If the buyer wants to do that he can transfer from the account you gave him.
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    The domain is cashit.in tell me whether it is good and where should I put it for sell.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Originally Posted by pin9211 View Post

      The domain is cashit.in tell me whether it is good and where should I put it for sell.

      No, the domain is not good, unless you're a California port-a-potty company.

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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Gordon
      Originally Posted by pin9211 View Post

      The domain is cashit.in tell me whether it is good and where should I put it for sell.
      I get it. This is called a domain hack. Something that uses the extension to complete the meaning. This one only works as a .in

      Maybe, maybe you could find a buyer for it, but it is probably not worth speculating on.

      The easiest way to transfer it to a buyer is a GD to GD push, if the buyer has a GD account. Godaddy provides detailed instructions for this.

      I wish you luck. I wouldn't have purchased it. You should now work to find the right buyer - I doubt anyone out there is looking for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    on eBay or sedo I am unable to put it for sell.
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    Thanks Steve for a reply.
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  • Profile picture of the author skyro
    .in is not a good domain ending. If it was a .com it would of had a good value but not a .in
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    General Rule of Thumb: Dot Coms.

    The market for domains places most value on a .com extension. Whether you're investing in a domain specifically, or simply developing a website property, the most efficient tactic is to register or purchase the .com.

    What About Country Extensions?

    There is value in owning a country extension.

    - Search Ranking
    - Audience Targeting
    - Domain Sale

    On a country-specific property, if you live outside the U.S, attempt to purchase both .com and country extension. Attach your website to the country extension and redirect the .com to your website from within your registrar. Caveat: This typically applies when you are expressly targeting a country-specific demographic.

    A Long-Term Investment

    Whatever website you create or domain you purchase, view it as a long-term investment. There is a market for both types of property. And I imagine, like real estate, there always will be.

    Ensure, then, to put a great deal of time, effort, and research (and often cash) into a great domain. This will, of course, ensure a nicer payout when and if you ever decide to sell your properties.

    GRM
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    Thank you GRM .This was my first try and I failed .I will try it better next time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
      You're welcome. pin9211.

      We all fail at one time or another; the best of us, like yourself, learn from our mistakes.

      GRM

      Originally Posted by pin9211 View Post

      Thank you GRM .This was my first try and I failed .I will try it better next time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jack Gordon
      Originally Posted by pin9211 View Post

      Thank you GRM .This was my first try and I failed .I will try it better next time.
      I wouldn't necessarily call it a failure yet.

      I have seen a lot of people buy a lot of crap over the years. This is not the worst I have seen by a long stretch.

      Get it out there, figure out everyone who should own it, contact them with a well-crafted pitch and try to make a little money on it. You might just do it.

      Then, take your experience from that sale, and try to do it again, but better.
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  • Profile picture of the author pin9211
    yes I will try to do it.
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