Looking for someone experienced in selling domain names...

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Hey all,

I'm looking to sell a hand full of 1 y/o domain names, but I don't really have the experience in selling domains successfully (I usually let them expire - I know, bad move).

These are quality domain names, some with actual products and content too.

I was just wondering if you could give me any advice on selling them successfully at Flippa for example?

Alternatively, I'll give you a 50% cut if you want to do the dirty work for me?


#domain #experienced #names #selling
  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    Nick, if they truly are quality domain names, you should contact an experienced domain name broker, like RickLatona.com. Submit your names, and he or his partners will let you know whether they are good enough.

    Otherwise, your best bet is to simply list them on Sedo.com or Afternic.com using the extended promotion option. And of course, you can search Google for companies or individuals using the exact keywords in your domain name, and contact them directly to let them know you have a domain name that is exactly what they are targeting.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Flippa is not a good place to sell good domains. I second Sedo and Afternic. I use both and have sold some on Sedo. I also recommend joining the Namepros.com forum. It's all about domain names and you could probably learn a lot. You can also try to sell them in the forum.
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