Which ones work best? I sold many names at Sedo with make offer option, and none with a BuyNow price. Also SedoMls seems to make things worse: fewer visits. I think Sedo's landing pages are confusing. This is why people don't make any offers even if they visit the domain to check if it is for sale. And buy now price might look expensive at first if it exists. Undeveloped.com looks better, but how many sales do they have: they don't respond. Maybe none. I think middle class disappeared in the world, so there are very rich people, and poor and near poor people. Many years ago someone said, if a buyer doesn't pay 20K, he doesn't pay 20 either. It was not true for me, but I think it is more true now than before. So what is the best strategy when listing: r 1. A high buy now price (if the buye is rich, price is not a problem, if buyer is poor, their offer would be unacceptable, and not cover the costs). 2. Low buy now prices, so you can sell fast before renewal, and get small but sure profit. 3. Make offer. While negotiating guess whether the buyer is rich or poor. I think consistency is important. If the buyer says how much, and you say 1K, and after he says it is too much for me and you drop the price to 100, buyer loses interest. But in any case the main problem seems to be whether someone will place a bid, or not. For 3 letter .com's there are always buyers, but they are not endusers, they are resellers.