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2 Years as a domainer no sale.

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  1. Rich Trader

    Rich Trader Established Member

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    Hi, This is Rich Trader. I have been in the domain game since jan 2016. But haven't made even a single sale yet. I own 32 domains. But not even a single sold. I have invested money in buying and renewals.Any suggestion on how to sell would be welcome.
     
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  2. BrandMart

    BrandMart CashMagnate.com

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    Share your folio. Let's have a look at what you have. After that we can suggest you something, maybe.
     
  3. Rich Trader

    Rich Trader Established Member

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    All .com domains
    blockxrp.com
    blockbth.com
    block1001.com
    blockchain1001.com
    blublockchain.com
    blockchainll.com
    blockll.com
    blockcrpto.com
    buycrpto.com
    paycrpto.com
    fraudfinserv.com
    bluvirus.com

    Thanks
     
  4. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    You've got quite a few opotions and choices. If you haven't had a sale you need to review two things. One is you portfolio, and, as has been suggested, you should list that here for disussion. That is is you don't mind "creative" comments. :)

    The other review is you sales strategy. It may be that you need to dispose of 75% (say) of your names, and use the money to pick up some other names.
     
  5. Rich Trader

    Rich Trader Established Member

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    I also own quite a few adult names.
     
  6. BrandMart

    BrandMart CashMagnate.com

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    You have some good 'Crypto' domains. Try listing them here for sale. I am sure, people would buy some. Another good option is hard-selling. Email potential buyers, work hard and by hard, i mean, very hard. Sale doesn't come easy these days.

    Also, get good mentoring here. We have some good domainers who are doing good. Follow their ways and you will get success.
     
  7. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    XRP is the ticker code for Ripple, so blockxrp could have some potential
    bluvirus is another that could work - either in animal husbandry, or computer security.

    I don't relly like the others, but it might be worth auctioning blockcahain1001 and similar names.
     
  8. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    Adult names are in a different market. It's too easy to string together a couple of words to make a "stunning" name. In my opinion, adult names are bought for income, and not for resale. They used to sell for around 10 months income, but of course, there is considerable variation on that.
     
  9. Rich Trader

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    How should I price them?
     
  10. BrandMart

    BrandMart CashMagnate.com

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    Adult names can fetch you good price, if they are one/two good worders. Try the adult domain name section here.
     
  11. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    It depends on the niche, and revenue potential. The last one I sold was a cam name, but you should raise this in the adult section.

    I'm trying to move some of my adult names over to mainstream, as I think the prices are better there.
     
  12. Rich Trader

    Rich Trader Established Member

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    Ma
    Mainstream?
     
  13. domain hacks

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    You are not a domainer, you are a guy that bought 20 random URLs....and nothing happened.
    It is like saying you are a porn actor sine 2016 but you never been acting in a porn movie.

    List them on one of the platforms (I guess you already did that?) and see if you get any offers.

    You are asking some basic questions such as :"How to price a domain?" How can we know that, you know how much you invested and what are your expectation. If you think domain is sh*t, get rid of it.

    I have seen many better BTC/Blockchain related domains that expired and that anyone can pick for $12...
    My personal favourite is bitcoin4tards.com
     
  14. Rich Trader

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    Hi,
    The purpose of this thread is for taking advice. If I myself wanted to price them I would have done it myself. Not opened a thread.
    Thanks Anyways
     
  15. Kuffy

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    Some example of my names that haven't been adult for years.

    BeLarger.com
    BigGal.com
    BigNaturally.com
    DirtyMarks.com
    JustTheGirl.com

    and quite a few more. I got out of adult names during the crash following the rise of tube sites and review sites. It's a completely different market now.
     
  16. Rich Trader

    Rich Trader Established Member

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    few are
    sexatex.com
    sexatxxx.com
    sexatx.com
    and same with the f word as start instead of s.
     
  17. erchaman

    erchaman DomainVale.com

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    Hey Rich. Make sure you updated the domain at your market registar. Then summit at Sedo and afternic for free, ( all this if you still didn’t do it ) .
    Use your twitter and facebook to follow forums and crypto blogs and share your domains ( make sure you don’t break rules and it is alloweed to post domains.
    And just wait, I don’t see impossible sales. But try to open to other niches and try a good hand reg. Little by little increase your portfolio.
    You can even use efty landing page to show your domains.
    You have a lot of options to sell domains just read as much as you can, and of course it’s better study the market without spending a penny that register 20 domains with no sense.
    Hope it helps.
    -Manu
     
  18. Rich Trader

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    Yes but the things pricing them right. I see many crypto domains going very high. So I wonder If I can price them in the high five figure range or a few hundred bucks.
     
  19. erchaman

    erchaman DomainVale.com

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    I know a lot of sales came from an inquiry asking how much or Make offer. Not necesary to put BIN always, it depends on domains and of course up to you and your strategy.
     
  20. Kuffy

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    OK - I'd let the adult ones go, but you should list them on various sites to see if anyone will buy one. This include NamePros.

    I thought I'd look at bluvirus.com just for fun. Google search trends doesn't have any recorded interest. The exact phrase search throws up a number of pages, but nothing that is less than a year old. This was the first page that I opened
    https://www.researchgate.net/figure...d-and-gonotrophic-cycle-length-for-C_12318355

    I found it a bit daunting, and backed off fairly quickly. Then I looked at the net presence.Using who.is, it seems that Name.com is the registrar, and provides no whois info for potential buyers to contact you. The list the name for sale at $516, and that seems a bit optimistic to me, and there is no mechanism to make an offer. Visiting the site threw up some adverising links, and a suggestion that you should phone Afternic to buy the name. At this point, if I had been interested in buying the name, I would have given up. Whois.com tells me it is registered with Godaddy, and that I can buy it for £126.30.

    You have a year of life on the name. I think you should take control of the sale, and build a mini-site on it. You don't have to pay for this. You could setup a sub-domain on a CMS like wordpress, and use URL forwarding to send traffic from direct navigation. You can then list the name for sale at various locations. Don't include a BIN though.
     
  21. Kuffy

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    Yours aren't "crypto" names, they are "crpto". That makes a massive difference.
     
  22. Want2learn

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    Id suggest looking at the auctions here on NP. That should give you an idea of value.
     
  24. 1Darko

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    @Rich Trader

    Try to find names in a niche you have the most knowledge of. Two word .coms (dictionary words) and brandable domains should serve you well.

    Wish you all the best! :xf.smile:
     
  25. alcy

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    there is nothing of value on your list. so you just have to keep reading and gaining experience as domainer. there really aren't any shortcuts.. and what you get out of it is directly related to what you put in.. imo...

    in the end it really isn't about how many years you've been a domainer .. which is a vague idea.. but rather how much time you devoted during that time to reading and learning about domaining. np is obviously great place to do that. if not the best place.

    but above concept applies to just abotu anything we undertake in life :)

    in other words, someone who regged his first name 10 years ago but was learnign and reading about domaining at the rate of 1 hour per week, surely cannot end up with more domaining knowledge than someone who regged his first domain 5 year ago, but kept at it with good intensity, learning and reading for say 2 hours per day.

    jmo
    gl
     
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2018

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