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Where to sell expired domains?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by Resistance3, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. Resistance3

    Resistance3 Regular Member

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    I found a way to find high pr/da godaddy closeouts but nowhere lets me sell them. Most sites require me to own the domains but this is not feasible on a large scale. Just wondering if any of you knew a site with minimal/no fees to sell them on while I save for Jr. Vip?
     
  2. imperial444

    imperial444 Elite Member

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    DigitalPoint used to be good for selling domain names for me in the past.
     
  3. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    So you want to sell domains you don't own and only see listed on GD auctions? Well there's a good reason why sites don't allow this. It shouldn't take a lot of thinking to figure out why.
     
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  4. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Do you want to buy (insert something I have zero right to sell)? I'll get you a good deal. Promise.
     
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    cooltoad Senior Member

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    I am not sure @kvm, but there are already services for sale on BHW that do nothing but point to expiring domains on GD. A good example would be this. Maybe I misread OP, but I am pretty sure the sellers do this.

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  6. Resistance3

    Resistance3 Regular Member

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    Yeah, there are 2 or 3 threads on this forum charging $40+ for this, ridiculous I know. But if the price is right I see no harm in pointing people in the direction of an expired domain which can have q lot of value of you restore content or use as a blog network
     
  7. Resistance3

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    Still looking, should I try this as a jv?
     
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    You could email people within that niche off the domain name maybe? letting them know you have premium domain name & how it will benefit their business & upsell on a "funnel website" & explain how with this domain you can locate targeted traffic through using the funnel site & premium domain... (Still a bit more but you get the idea)

    errr, have you tried ebay? and making a quick listing & explaining benefits etc.

    You could also try google to find specific forum niches on the domains. As people within that niche will have an interest/understanding of it..

    anyways just some ideas :)

    hope they help you man :)
     
  9. Resistance3

    Resistance3 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the help, i don't think emailing would work to well as the domains go pretty fast, but forums i can see working
     
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    You might find a few suckers to pay you for this, but there are several widely known tools that let you sift through the auctions. You can also find the auction by googling the domain name, so you'll probably piss people off once they realize what you're doing. Plus, godaddy takes a long time to clear. I've waited weeks for them to give me the domain once I've purchased it so that's another thing that will probably piss people off. All in all, not a good business model.
     
  11. WayneInc

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    i agrree All in all, not a good business model.

     
  12. Resistance3

    Resistance3 Regular Member

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    What do you think of buying the domains yourself and then reselling, would have to charge more than the $5 I intended, but is that a better road to go down?
     
  13. vpsoftspot

    vpsoftspot Junior Member

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    Am a domain seller check my latest threads amazing websites available for sale
     
  14. mixse

    mixse Newbie

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    you have to own the domain to sell!! you can just sell any domain without owning.... its like i want to sell house owned by bank and estate agent wont let me sell :p
     
  15. platinumcent

    platinumcent Regular Member

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    Buy the domains and sell them at a higher price.
     
  16. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    I'm lazy when it comes to searching for good expired domains lol. if you find me good niche related domains I'll buy em and pay you a finders fee.

    PM me with a couple samples.