Located in Domain Marketplace Reviews, started by Deven Patel, Sep 14, 2020
Is Alter.com is the best place to sell .xyz Domains?
Alter stats on DAN: 12 domains sold.
So one more proof that syndication to Sedo/DAN is just for fun...
Only GoDaddy matters.
Just review WHOIS...
Most .xyz domains are transferred to GoDaddy, so GD Auctions or Afternic is enough.
When I type something in search and get results, and then I'm not satisfied with the results and want to adjust them with the filter, the search string is not there so I have to type it once again – it should go to the filter automatically when filter was called from the search results page.
Long names are not being displayed properly, cards are too small for them. Maybe an animation – sliding left and right – or at least display the full name on hover?
You could at least put it into tooltips which appear on hover over the name, that wouldn't affect the design and there are some tooltips for a few things already...
They add markup so one has to be silly to buy something there when you can check the landing page and see the better price... it adds some exposure at least, for highly searchable names its not bad.
Yes, even very significant markup...
For example, $6.9K price will transform to $8,699 on Sedo, and it will be even higher with some MLS registrars (they also add own markup).
how long does it take domains to be listed on other market places?
Hi @Deven Patel
I suspect that some bot/spider hits the toggleFavorite option.
Some days I see a lot of new favorites in a really short period. Not sure these are all humans...
Mine I never get favorites until the ones I got in the previous month(shows up mostly the same day) expires. Looks automated.
Too complicated life with Alter - if many domains...
To set all these keywords, ideas, categories etc. - because these fields are mandatory (can't be opted-out), and autogenerated values are very often not suitable/relevant.
This is what I'm finding with Squadhelp. Images that don't make sense and/or incorrect category placement that can't be removed.
Separate names with a comma.