Where to List/Sell Your Domain Names

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It seems like every single day there is someone here asking where they can list/sell their domain names. Here is a list of marketplaces that allow free listings. Most will claim a small percentage of the sale only AFTER you have actually sold the domain. (Non-affiliation links).

This list is by no means all-inclusive. There are hundreds, if not thousands more. This list is a short list based on my experience.

Sedo
Afternic
FreeMarket
NamePros
DigitalPoint
DomainState
Twitter - DNMarket
FaceBook - Domain Name Marketplace
NameSlot
LinkedIn
AcornDomains
INforum - Indian Domain Industry
Aftermarket
Bido
SnapNames
GoDaddy - Premium Listings
Pool
BrandStack - Brandable Domains
BrandBucket - Brandable Domains
BrandRoot - Brandable Domains
Catchy - Brandable Domains
DNX
Cax
MissDomain
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  • Profile picture of the author nizamkhan
    I know few of them, but it's good to know more alternatives. Thanks for sharing

    - Nizam
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    Thanks Gene, needless to say the "Where can i sell my domain" type threads are not going to stop. But atleast we can point them to your thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    Tyronne78 - Do they allow free listings for domain names?
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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      I'll also add, that Gene taught me how to do Geo Domaining which can be lucrative if done right. I did it for a little bit but quite honestly got sidetracked with my other businesses and could no longer dedicate the time it

      My last one I remember selling was IrvingOrthodontist.com. I bought it for .99 cents and sold it the very next day for $159. It was done thru Faxing and email . There are literally tens of thousands of these types of domains available.

      I feel if you really put some work into it , it can be very profitable. No question.







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      • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
        Originally Posted by discrat View Post

        I'll also add, that Gene taught me how to do Geo Domaining which can be lucrative if done right. I did it for a little bit but quite honestly got sidetracked with my other businesses and could no longer dedicate the time it

        My last one I remember selling was IrvingOrthodontist.com. I bought it for .99 cents and sold it the very next day for $159. It was done thru Faxing and email . There are literally tens of thousands of these types of domains available.
        While $159 is on the very low end of the scale, especially for that domain name, you can't sneeze at a quick $158 profit :-)
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        • Profile picture of the author bizzly
          Hi Gene

          New member here. I`ve been known to sell a domain or 2.

          Just visited your site. Great effort. That amazon keyword tool is awesome. Should get it soon

          Looking at your list of domain market places above, couldnt help but notice you left out namerific,domainnamesales namejet and bodis
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  • Profile picture of the author newideamarketing
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    the best two are not on there flippa and godaddy auctions
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  • Profile picture of the author fpforum
    Not all the ones you listed are free (or only charge after the sale).. But you forgot Flippa
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by fpforum View Post

      .. But you forgot Flippa
      No, he left it out on purpose...

      Originally Posted by Gene Pimentel View Post

      Here is a list of marketplaces that allow free listings. Most will claim a small percentage of the sale only AFTER you have actually sold the domain. (Non-affiliation links).
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  • Profile picture of the author SaeedKhan
    Another thing you can do is whilst you're waiting to get a sale of your domains is to cash in with "parked domains", where you can get paid some cash for showing ad content on your domain. Companies such as Sedo enable you to do this. So rather than your unused domain gathering dust, why not earn a bit of potential cash. Ok fair enough, might not be much, buts its better than nothing and it doesnt require any work on your part, just sign up with them and they'll most likely ask to set your DNS servers pointing to them and you're good to go.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    The list in my original post is by no means a complete list. There are hundreds, if not thousands of other sites that will accept your listing for free. This list was just a short list based on my experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    Great list, Gene!

    To anyone hoping to sell a Domain: use these sites as a backup plan. Gene provides you with a cracking list (great share, Gene). Just keep in mind that you're best bet, initially, is to make direct contact with end-users. This, of course, is only half the battle. First you need the perfect domain. But if you find it, selling becomes relatively simple. Imagine, for instance, that you own MiamiLawyer.com. If you approach someone who is A) a lawyer, B) lives in Miami, and C) is in the market for a domain, how hard is the selling? Not very.

    So my preliminary advice to newcomers:

    1. Find the perfect domain.
    2. Approach the perfect end-users directly.
    3. Unload unsuccessful domains on the above sites.

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  • Profile picture of the author amateur69
    Great list Gene and Nice Tip Get Rich Methods. I have hundreds of domain that are idle that needs to be sold.
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