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BrandPa - Should I list elsewhere?

Labeled as advice in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by Nova_Ruby, Dec 3, 2020

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  1. Nova_Ruby

    Nova_Ruby New Member

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    Hey! I listed some domains which I saw as potentially brandable. I went with BrandPa's suggested prices but I'm conscious some these prices may seem quite high. I'm going to have to wait a while to be able to reduce the prices on BrandPa, so I'm wondering whether I'd be better off cutting my losses and listing in places like Dan and Afternic instead?

    Would also love your opinions on which names are strongest/weakest - type slash sellers slash kristen after the brandpa dot com address
     
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  2. karmaco

    karmaco Top Contributor VIP

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    I don’t think the prices are high. Why do you think that? How long have they been listed? If under a year I would not remove. You can change the price every 90 days. You want to give it time before you throw those listing fees away.
     
  3. Nova_Ruby

    Nova_Ruby New Member

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    Thanks Karmaco, that's reassuring coming from you! I'm relatively new to this so I suppose it's just self doubt at this stage. Maybe I'll stick with it then. Are there any in particular you think are strong in terms of being brandable/having good saleability?
     
  4. Jeffrey

    Jeffrey Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Alter.com and Brandbucket are free to list, but they are choosy. They manually screen the domains. I'm still new to this brand site listing though I've been domaining for more than 15 years.
     
  5. du6262

    du6262 Established Member

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    Besides DAN, you can try more platforms to sell these domain names. Maybe you will be surprised:xf.smile:

    If it is a branded domain name, there is no doubt that the price must be high
     

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