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Selling Domains on multiple Auctions ~ Good or Bad Strategy? Advice, Tips, or Suggestions?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Alpha7, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. Alpha7

    Alpha7 Junior Member

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    Selling Domains on multiple Auctions ~ Good or Bad Strategy? Advice, Tips, or Suggestions?
    Considering posting Domains for Sale on different auctions at the same time. Sedo, GoDaddy, NameCheap, so far.
    Good or bad move?
    Offer @ the same price on each site? or a different price?
    What has experience taught you?
     
  2. goodboy133

    goodboy133 Regular Member

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    IMHO it can be a good strategy, if used right. However, you should expect more risks, because for example two guys buy the domain at the same time on two different different auction sites, it will be a big pain to resolve that problem. However, that's only what I think. ;)
     
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  3. Alpha7

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    That's my biggest concern. So far I've had no success w/ auctions & I've been allowing my "proven" worthless to expire. To quote another member "Never fall in love w/ your domains.".
    Allowed myself to get suckered into some bad deals. Such as .co has not become the "next" .com & .bz has not become the "next" .biz as was promoted to me by the registrar.
    Also, .name & .mobi have proven totally useless to me.
     
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