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i listed domain on godaddy auction but not get buyer yet ?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by nijack moriyal, Mar 2, 2017.

  1. nijack moriyal

    nijack moriyal Newbie

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    hi there i listed my domain on godaddy auction service with premium but till not get a single bid on my domain what should i do now , it almost 3 month.
     
  2. Kruler

    Kruler Newbie

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    Its probably a useless domain (sorry to say) Is it a com domain? in what nich? you can pm me, i can try and evaluate it.

    The market usually speaks for its self...
     
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    It depends on the domain name itself, and also the way you listed the name for sale (Make offer, 7 days auction, etc)

    If you have a good name, I prefer you try this:

    1. Premium listing with 7 days auction
    2. Lower your starting price (I prefer $20)
    3. Put a reasonable reserve price
    4. Do a simple email marketing to potential buyers, and inform them about the auction
    5. Contact some brokers and email lists owners (Dtrader. com, etc) and inform them about auction, and deal with him!

    You'll get more targeted views ====> Bids ====> War bids ====> Sales

    If you try this and you still not receive any bids, move to another name.

    Rinse and repeat until you find the MAGIC recipe!!!

    Hope that helps!!
     
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