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James Iles

How Do You Sell Domains to Chinese Investors?

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By James Iles, Nov 2, 2015
  1. skyz21

    skyz21 MediaWho.com VIP

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    Thanks for tips @Avtar629 I have some .net's with 88 and want to try my luck with the market and will have to look into QQ.
     
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    Avtar629 MarketDN.com Gold Account VIP

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    I would tell everyone to sign up for companies like Domainero or Estibot to help you find similar domains that you want to target. these will help you automate the process of finding the whois data and get an email list in minutes.

    But. who has the money for it right?
     
  4. christine luigi

    christine luigi New Member

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    any luck with finding the ridht investors?
     
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    168 Top Member VIP

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    good idea wait till 2018
     
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    Thank you for the marketplace links. Is 4.cn a good place to sell generic COMs in your experience? or are Chinese buyers just looking for LLLL.com and NNNN.com ?
     
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    lock PremiumNameDomain.com VIP

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    Add 888 to every name. I don't think I ever sold a domain to anyone in China but have just dropped names that they picked up.
     
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    are there chinese companies looking for english domains?

    emperorsteel.com
    happyherbamerica.com
    sonicsongs.com
     
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    My sense is no, not for a while. Between the Chinese Government curb on unapproved foreign investments and trade war, I just don't think there are much interests, if any.
     
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