Well, you do have to ask for special permission to do so---at least when I first signed on. The advantage is that someone interested in one type of domains gets to see those types.This is an excellent strategy. Good to know.
That's good to know. Have you had more success overall with DAN or Afternic?The guys at dan are great, more friendly and less robotic. The site is super user friendly and functioning, and the landing pages are the best bar none. However, the amount of false inquiries on there is out of control. So I recommend just setting BIN prices and disabling offers of any kind. That way, you will know when they sell.
Same here. Thanks for the insight.
Noted. If each account was treated independently I could see the requirement applying to both.Note though that this could affect your status as a trusted seller. There was, at least in the past, the need for five sales before you were given the label.. If there are multiple accounts, it's unclear that you can have that designation across the board, unless each had the required number of sales. That may be worth checking on, before you proceed with splitting the portfolio in to the "niche" collections.
Yes, that would be nice.You would think that they would mirror the functionality of things that are working on both platforms.
Landing pages for example.
I list each my domain with one price on all marketplaces.Yes, that would be nice.
Why not have BIN allowed on both Afternic AND Dan? BIN is quoted generally to have a 3x higher likelihood of sale, over the "make offer." This could be an immediate improvement under GoDaddy's leadership.