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Discuss and Report Any Details of Domain Name Sales

Labeled as various in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Scotty205, Jan 28, 2017

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  1. tldboss

    tldboss Top Contributor VIP

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    Thanks Federer for sharing your sales info selflessly.

    Just ran a quick search. I believe he has a large portfolio. Don't think it matters what the exact figure is IMO.
    As you can see early 2019 he had more than 30K domains, in 2018 he had over 16K, also he mentioned that at times he registers thousands of names at any given time. It's possible to hit 50K real quick at such a rate. I am sure he drops hundreds each year otherwise would be much greater than 50K.

     
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  2. Kennypoka

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    Please can you be my mentor 😊
     
  3. PhongSGC

    PhongSGC Top Contributor VIP

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    dont understand these, may explain?

    Held for 2 months?

    About Sale Venue - this is where transaction completed? Mean buyer went to your site then selected one of provided payments on your site to finish?

    thanks
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2020
  4. BrandPlease

    BrandPlease BrandPlease.com VIP Gold Account

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    @AbdulBasit.com - Thank you, & although you posted this very casually:

    I'm sure that 2 sentence statement was read by many, but not considered. It speaks loudly of an honest business person, treating customers fairly, and a high level ethics.

    I bring this up just to remind everyone there is a lot that makes someone successful in this space - there is much more, especially in domains, than squeezing every penny out of 1 deal. Many deals (valued correctly) & a good reputation will get you much further, typically.

    All that takes time & no one should get frustrated or expect quick sales (as the norm). But, catching little bits of gold form those we all listen to - is the best reason the be on NamePros (IMO).

    Also, thanks to everyone who shares and participated in this thread. There is so much to learn from everyone who posts here, particularly in understanding the market, trends, valuations, etc..
    Brian
     
  5. AbdulBasit.com

    AbdulBasit.com DomainsWeb.com AbdulBasit.com PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thank you Brian for your kind words and I don't have words to say much :xf.love:

    Also since this is not a discussion group but I sincerely thank you for the words said for me and rest of us. a good lesson to learn from it for being successful in life.

    Honesty and ethics matters to me the most. And as always I'm still learning and trying to improve myself every day.

    Best wishes!
     
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  6. DomainGist

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    Congrats @Nametree

    Do you mind me asking what software you use for your website, is it Domain Market Pro?
     
  7. Nametree

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    Oh that's a custom Wordpress/WooCommerce setup built by @Szabolcs Szekely, but that website is no factor in my sales - it has been my intent to move my domains to my own landing pages but it hasn't happened yet. I also do like the security that comes with an intermediary like Dan, at least I don't have to worry about bad buyers, chargebacks, etc...
     
  8. twiki

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    Portfolio size?
     
  9. Makbliss

    Makbliss Cancer Survivor, domain and crypto enthusiasts Gold Account

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    Just curious, were you using Afternic nameservers?
    Great sale!
     
  10. Silentptnr

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    Yes, most all of my names on are ns3 and ns4 servers. I actually use their nameserver landers on my own portfolio site. I like that the design of that lander and it is easy to frame on my own site. Hope that makes sense.
     
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  11. Makbliss

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    So whats the difference between the one's they list should be used, ns1.afternic.com ns2.afternic.com , &
    ns3.afternic.com & ns4.afternic.com?
    Thanks again, appreciate the info!
     
  12. PhongSGC

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    your DAN portfolio are no BIN so how many offers you got monthly?
     
  13. Silentptnr

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    The landing pages are completely different.
     
  14. sircc

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    Just to add to your post, I believe the NS1 and NS2 name servers are used for parking with ads and a for sale sign somewhere on the page.
     
  15. andrewschnarr

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    It varies... Some months Ill get 20-50 offers, but I get some repeats on ones like PSN.codes where I believe someone is trying to buy Playstation Codes and it just becomes a headache lol. I do rotate to BIN here and there, but I feel like I get more responses with no BIN.
     
  16. tldboss

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    Just to add to sircc and silentptnr posts

    Googled

    https://www.godaddy.com/garage/tips-for-how-to-sell-your-domain-name-on-afternic/

    "
    Tips for how to sell your domain name on Afternic

    There are two options to do this:

    1. Use GoDaddy For Sale Landers by pointing your nameservers to
    NS3.AFTERNIC.COM and NS4.AFTERNIC.COM.

    2. Use Afternic domain parking by pointing your nameservers to
    NS1.AFTERNIC.COM and NS2.AFTERNIC.COM.
    "
     
  17. PhongSGC

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    thank so much for sharing these info. How much averagely per offer you got?
     
  18. coolhands

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    @slader23
    Great sale, Thanks for sharing,
    I have checked the search volum for "Cuban Cigars For Sale" and it's only 2,400 per month on searchvolume.io
    from where you get the statistics? Thanks again
     
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  19. slader23

    slader23 Always On The Bleeding Edge. VIP

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    SearchVolume.io does not provide global search volume, only US searches.

    Keywords Everywhere tool ( paid tool) gets its data directly from Google AdWords Keywords Planner and provides global monthly searches.

    https://keywordseverywhere.com/
     
  20. PhongSGC

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  21. slader23

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    Not sure but for $10 you get 100k data queries directly integrated into your google search. I've been a paid user for 8 months already and I still have 70k ( I paid for $10 for 100k) searches left....its much more efficient and cheaper than everything else.
     
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  22. BMWMotoRider

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    Closed sales last week on NatGasPrice.com and NatGasPrices.com. Sold at $1750/each for total of $3500 USD. Inquiry on Bodis landing page and closed with Escrow.com.
     
  23. alcy

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    tnx....... well......i've been on io for few years now.. believe me the so called generic coin related domains, in IO are available to reg in fair number... i'd probaby get 100-200$ more with more waiting and negotiations with this paritcular buyer.. but it'd be long slow and uncertain in this case.. so i went with this.

    good to great 1word io domains at $300 or so are a great deal for buyers... these days... everything else is just roi that seller should take... given whats still left to reg in io and what sells etc... not much happening in namebio on coin names in io.

    cheers.
     
  24. alcy

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    does it mean all yer dan landers are bin+offer? ty
     
  25. ArielT

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    Did you find it on drops or just got the idea?
     

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