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Are you successful in selling Backorder Catched domains?

Labeled as discuss in Domain Expiration and Domain Drop Catching, started by clickcents, Nov 20, 2020 at 3:46 AM

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  1. clickcents

    clickcents Upgraded Member Gold Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Dear All..

    I know many of us are successful and non successful in getting back ordered domains..but i am just curious to see your scccess rates of your bagged back ordered domains in selling after grabbed it (may be in .com or .org etc)

    Is it worth to back order a domain (.com or .org) with a estibot fair value above USD 2000 or USD 3000?

    How about your experience of selling these grabbed domains and selling it again in approx what time period? Or are you keeping these domains and planning to sell after some years untill you get a good offer?

    Your valuable experiences are worth for many domainers..

    Thanks
     
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    lock DomainUsed.com VIP

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    Depends on the rest of estibot appraisal information cpc and searches and whether or not you feel it is actually sellable. 3k is generally an indication it could be good it better sound right as a first choice.
     
  3. karmaco

    karmaco Top Contributor VIP

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    Backorder, reg on drop, aged, hand reg— I don’t see any having more or less chance of selling. It has and will always be all about the name.
     
  4. clickcents

    clickcents Upgraded Member Gold Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Yes..i also agree..many estibot appraisals worth 3000 to 4000 USD shows in GD appraisals half of that or less only..bot plays always🤩..but i always feel the backorder registars taking domains in BO list carefully seeing some values in that domain after their name research..
     
  5. clickcents

    clickcents Upgraded Member Gold Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    As you said,name is the king always..i have seen many times some drop catched domains got sold in high values within shorter period also..becase name also matters ratherthan its age or other factors..
     
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    It is not about age. In fact drop catch domain lose their "age" in the context of domain age, unless it is a expired domain auction like the ones done by Gdd, Dynadot etc.

    What he means is, "a Name sells because Name is good and worthy being the Web Address of a Business or a Rich hobbyist". Of course there is the one off chance that some Rich dude really wants to own a shit name and money falls from all his pores, so he spends a ton of money on a crap domain, or a business owner thinks a particular name you own is the only name he wants and he ends up buying it for 10,000 but that is just like lotterry. It is not sustainable domaining business

    Sustainable Domaining business if when you can consistently buy domain names that business owners will want to own as a brand.

    Now being the web has been around for a while and it costs only 10 bucks an few minutes to register a .com, all the names that are worthy of being a business have been taken.

    Good thing is these names drop everyday. Maybe a business have folded, maybe somebody forgot, maybe somebody simply don't want to renew.

    I have failed to renew a Website generating XXXX a month, and also failed to a renew a few LLLL, the one which I regret to this day is UGXX(.)com due to personal circumstances.

    Sorry I digress.
    So, good domain names drop everyday.
    So in comes backorder names.
    Only a newbie or someone sentimental will backorder a name that nobody wants.

    So, it is safe to assume that more than 99% of good, worthy domain are backordered, so it is obvious that these are that domains that also get sold.

    There is no other reason.
     
    Last edited: Nov 21, 2020 at 12:26 PM
  7. clickcents

    clickcents Upgraded Member Gold Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I like your comment of "So, it is safe to assume that more than 99% of good, worthy domain are backordered, so it is obvious that these are that domains that also get sold"..so it is trust worthy biz for domainers to invest in good backorder ones rather than very newly registered good hand regs which most will take good time to sell also..

    I also feel sorry to hear you also lost to renew some domains..it always happens with many as we assume that some domains gets sold before next year renewal and so we shall get money and can invest in renewals..many are investing from pocket in first year..but second year renewal will be a huge tension if we own multiple domains and not sold some before renewal..
     
  8. blogspotter

    blogspotter Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Not quite because You can also backorder Bad domains.
    But any domain worth registering would have been backordered. There are simply too many eyes scanning the list of pending delete domain names.

    The idea is develop the skill to buy good domains. If you can buy them for $10 hand reg, there is nothing like it, but most good domains will not be available for Hand reg
     

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