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Journey to The First $300 Selling Expired Domain

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by intuitive, Dec 2, 2016.

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  1. intuitive

    intuitive Registered Member

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    Welcome to my Journey,

    If you wonder why only targeting $300?, because I believe even the biggest earning always start with the first buck, next to $10, $100 and so on till they reach 6 figure revenue.

    Actually, I have been researching for expired domains since last 2-3 weeks, and successfully grab some domains which have contextual backlink from authority site. And the past Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the perfect moment to get some of them registered at very low price. (about $1.16 per domain via n*me*ch*ap hourly deals.

    I planned to sell them for $35 each, since they have been registered and has KOD which raise their value. You may check the screenshot below
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    I will focus promoting these domains through local webmaster forum and some FB group.

    I will try to keep this thread updated with the latest news.
    Sorry for my broken English and don't forget to support me.
     
  2. Juneja

    Juneja Elite Member

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    I wish you good luck.
     
  3. xenoxen

    xenoxen Senior Member

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    You can't sell outside the marketplace. Delete this thread or give less info or you might get slapped ;-)
     
  4. intuitive

    intuitive Registered Member

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    I think I have cut-off some information here, including blurred the domain name.
     
  5. ttmschine

    ttmschine Regular Member

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    Why don't you instead find relevant companies for each domain, email them all, and ask for $300 per domain - or whatever you think they can afford to pay.

    You'll make a lot more money selling to established companies than affiliate web dudes.

    I have done this myself in the past, but I don't like doing it, it's a personal thing - it makes me feel dirty lol.

    But you can definitely make money doing it.

    Keep the email offering them simple and short. This is one I copied from someone else who does the same thing and it's very effective - I re-jigged it and made it shorter when I used it:

    Hello,

    You may be be interested in a keyword-centric domain name that recently became available and that we are now selling:

    abcdefghi.com

    According to Google Keyword Planner, there are XXX monthly searches for those keywords. You could increase your online presence and in the future capitalise on some of these searches by developing the domain and forwarding the captured traffic to your main website. The domain could also be used for complementary branding and advertising as it is very easy to remember and instantly tells people what you do.

    The domain is for sale for £150. Please let us know if your business would be interested in this opportunity as we are reaching out to some companies that we feel could benefit from this domain.

    Best regards,
    John Smith

    Key Domains | Acquisition & Sales of Key Domains | Key-Domains.com
    Address | Post code and City | Country
    Direct: direct line | Mobile: mobile number

    - Registration information: whois.domaintools.com/abcdefghi.com
    - Domain’s history (if any) can be viewed here: put details here
    - This is a one-time advertisement that is being sent to your company just once; please reply «*stop*» if you no longer wish to receive offers from us in the future
     
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  6. blogzandstuff

    blogzandstuff Elite Member

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    Doesn't look like op is trying to sell on here, it's his journey thread
     
  7. I know SEO

    I know SEO Marketplace Mod Moderator

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    This looks suspiciously like a sales thread.

    Thread shut.
     
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