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Where is the best place to Sell domains?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by premise911, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. premise911

    premise911 Newbie

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    I need some quick cash for school and I have a bunch of domains I am not using and are just taking up space.

    I might just try domainpeeps.com, but i want some feedback and suggestions. I've never used Digital point and I'm not really interested.

    I decided to post some of the domains here just give you an idea of what I'm trying to sell.

    Most of the domains are more than one word and are a combination of words. I would say they are kinda web 2.0 ???

    here are some...

    bootybuster.net
    gagthebitch.net
    ghettocribz.com
    peaceinwar.com

    thanks, let me know guys.
     
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  2. wawawiwa

    wawawiwa Regular Member

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    try dnforum,
    I believe that is one of the major forums for domain selling.
     
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  3. MarketerMac

    MarketerMac Regular Member

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    depends on the quality of the domains tbh. are they one word, LLL or LLLL.com's or are they mysuperspecialdomain.com kind of domains?

    DNforums is good, sitepoint is good, DP is good (whether you like it or not), sedo, and I'm guessing there are ten others I'm leaving out. Give us an idea about the quality of your domains and we can point you in the right direction.
     
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  4. premise911

    premise911 Newbie

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    can i just post the domains here.
    I dont really know the rules on that?
     
  5. premise911

    premise911 Newbie

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    What about Ebay?
     
  6. snap2

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    I've used sedo with good results in the past
     
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    How about GoDaddy?
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    Go to: http://www.dnjournal.com/

    They show where the Big Boys sell:D

    And try Flippa.com
     
  9. llael

    llael Registered Member

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    Another option is to google the terms in your domain name and then email potential end-users.

    Ultimately, people who come to you to buy your domains will buy them for the most money.
     
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  10. sookie

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    dnforum.com and namepros.com are where the domainers mostly hang out. They do a lot of buying, however you will get wholesale prices for your domains there because you are selling to resellers, not end-users.

    end-users will pay up to 100x more depending on the domains.

    a good tool for finding some end users is estibot.com - you do have to sign up for a membership, but then they have a tool where they actually find a list of potential end-users based on several factors such as people who bid on the keywords in your domain and people who have similar domains, etc. you then have the option to bulk email them through estibot. I have only tried the tool once, and didn't get any responses to my inquiries, though..

    ebay seems to be a good place to flip a website more than a domain name - if you can put a mini-site on there, you'll have better luck (from what i've seen in expired auctions)

    moniker marketplace has merged with snapnames, and you can list domains for sale there and you should get some decent viewership as a lot of domainers use that site, however, just like with the forums above you're going to be selling to other domainers and thereby automatically getting a lower price for them.

    all of that said, if the biggest issue is fast cash, the fastest way to sell a domain is to another domainer.

    good luck and let us know what you end up trying and how it goes, please!