Where do I list my domains for sell. Aged domains

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I have several aged domains I am going to sale, domains only. Where do I list them. I think they are great names and great aged domains are hard to come by.

Thanks for any help. I looked for a place here but didn't see it.


bodyofgold.com Thu 08/12/2004
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houseadvertisers.com 08 Sep 2005 19:55:14
laptoplayaway.com Fri 04/18/2008
liftingforlife.com Sun 02/22/2004
onlinepennypinchers.com Fri 07/02/2004
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Lim
    Digital Point is the best place.
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  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    I didn't look there. I will. Flippa is ridulous, old domains sell for nothing there does not even add up for the cost of registering year after year. I do not see why, its hard to find a good domain any longer that you don't have to spend 400 for and wait the waiting period out.
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    • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
      Originally Posted by Daniel Ong CW View Post

      You can always try Sedo. One of the biggest place for domain trades.
      I tried it in the past for websites, but had no good luck. I just posted on dp under Appraisals. Thought I was kicked there but just quess I had a suspension. LOL Im not good in forums, the newbys make me really mad.
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  • Profile picture of the author isimrikasharma
    You can list your domains at a number of forums. Digitalpoint is one which I used to market 3 of my past domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author SuppaDave21
    As much as I cant stand Digitalpoint, it is the best place for flipping new websites as well as domains
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  • Profile picture of the author hassan001
    Well my dear digitalpoint is the place where the sale is quick but cheap.. If you are looking for better price you can choose DNForum.... Well are the domains for sale??? If yes P.M me the price of each domain. I might be interested in buying them

    Regards
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    • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
      Originally Posted by hassan001 View Post

      Well my dear digitalpoint is the place where the sale is quick but cheap.. If you are looking for better price you can choose DNForum.... Well are the domains for sale??? If yes P.M me the price of each domain. I might be interested in buying them

      Regards
      Thats just it, trying to figure out what there worth, then will discount about 30 percent and sale. If you have a figure I won't laugh but I do get attached to things I own lol.

      The new project I am starting is burning a big whole in my pocket and looking to liquefy everything I can to finish it. I have already had four 30,000 to 40,000 word ebooks written and if you know anything about ebooks, that is expensive plus all the video that I had to buy.


      P.S. I am getting plenty of views on DP but no one is coming to my rescue lol. See below.

      I have several unused aged domains with great names.
      thehustler

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  • Profile picture of the author Domainate
    To be perfectly honest, they're probably not going to make anyone on any of the domain/webmaster forums jump for joy. That said, you can still try DNForum, NamePros, DigitalPoint, V7N, AcornDomains.co.uk, and maybe even WebHostingTalk. Those kinds of domains aren't all that proactively sellable - you're best off listing them at Sedo and Afternic for end-user prices and focusing your efforts on something else.
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    • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
      Originally Posted by Domainate View Post

      To be perfectly honest, they're probably not going to make anyone on any of the domain/webmaster forums jump for joy. That said, you can still try DNForum, NamePros, DigitalPoint, V7N, AcornDomains.co.uk, and maybe even WebHostingTalk. Those kinds of domains aren't all that proactively sellable - you're best off listing them at Sedo and Afternic for end-user prices and focusing your efforts on something else.
      Thanks best answer.

      I listed on Sedo, I will see what happens.
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