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Domain Selling on Flippa

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by jrlar, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. jrlar

    jrlar Junior Member

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    I've been deciding on whether to flip more domains on flippa especially with the new fee increase ... any thoughts?

    The last domain I listed didn't meet reserve and when I sell domains on DP I get wholesalers and bottom dwellers looking for steals so not much options available to sell good quality domains. I've been trying to also reach out to possible end users but without much luck so any insight provided would be appreciated.

    Also any ideas on how much you think these domains could fetch on flippa:


    • UnitedStatesCalendar.com
    • TutFly.com - Google PR2
    • AfterSpin.com
    • PickFilm.com
    • MoreExperts.com
    • 1929StockMarketCrash.com
    • 2013carmodels.com
    • DanielToshQuotes.com
    • AutoOffRoad.com
    • TextAdGuy.com
    • Riotly.com
    • AutoblogCars.com
    • AdTitle.com
    • TourUniverse.com
    • ChatProducts.com
    • GreatestLogos.com

    As mentioned any insight provided will be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. poweronics

    poweronics Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Why don't you go to SEDO and sell there?
     
  3. jrlar

    jrlar Junior Member

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    Tried it but it's so so sales for me ... even using their featured listings. I've sold one domain there in 2 years not worth the energy or money.
     
  4. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    Selling domains is difficult these days with the flood of new TLDs. It seems people will just pick up a less popular TLD than pay a decent price for a dot com.

    I haven't sold domains in years but when I did, nothing could beat eBay for domain sales. Post a silly domain appraisal report and list it for 7 days and almost always get a decent bid. Not sure of today's market but that's my suggestion.