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Finding Reported Domain Sales

Labeled as tips in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by TauseefKhan, Jul 24, 2020

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  1. TauseefKhan

    TauseefKhan Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Here are some venues where domain sales are published. Some are verified and some are unverified.

    Namebio.com – Publishes sales every day – it covers sales happening at Godaddy, Park.io, DAN, BuyDomains, Namejet, SEDO, Dropcatch, etc

    Namepros: This link takes you to reported sales as of the current date - here active Namepros members report their sales ranging from the small-dollar amounts to even thousands of dollars.

    Twitter: If you are not following domain investors at Twitter then FOMO (Fear of missing out) holds true for you. Not all domain investors participate or are active at Namepros. But, you can catch-up with them through Their Twitter handle. And, read sales shared by them.

    Emails: By building a relationship with your fellow domainers – you can ask them through email – if any sale they did which they are not reporting publicly.

    Whatsapp Group: Domain investors share their sales thru the WhatsApp group also. If you are a member of any such group – you will be having first-hand information about sales happening.

    Brandable Marketplace: Slack channel of Brandbucket, SquadHelp's Dashboard displays sales by its investors. But, you have to be an investor to access these pages.

    Blogs: Reading blogs can also tell you about sales that were not reported at Namebio or DNJournal. DomainInvesting.com reports sales often unearthed by George Kirikos and also OnlineDomain.com where sales by Mike Mann are reported. Also, @AbdulBasit.com often shares sales thru his blog post.

    DNJournal.com: Actually, it’s the first website that started reporting the domain sales. Follow the weekly sales report as published by Ron Jackson. Subscribe to email alert here

    If there is more to it - kindly add through your comments.
     
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  2. davidc1

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  3. Weber

    Weber Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I've rarely been able to access that website for well over a month. On the few occasions lately that I've been able to connect, the search results have been jibberish. Tried it several times today. Timed out with every attempt.

    Unusual to let an established site go this long with unresolved problems.
     
  4. davidc1

    davidc1 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    everytime I used it in the past it was fine and good support.
     
  5. BrandPlease

    BrandPlease BrandPlease.com VIP Gold Account

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    If you are new to domaining and reading this, my opinion is to start with NameBio. They have been the sales reference for as long as I can remember. I believe all platforms have many positives, have little bad to say about any, but it makes sense to choose 1 and have real membership & real resource. then branch out and evaluate other options. Just my opinion.

    Best of luck
     
  6. Weber

    Weber Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Dnjournal is probably the most comprehensive for reported/verifiable sales over $2,000 or so. The archives go back to 2003.

    Problem is, there's no keyword search capability.
     
    Last edited: Aug 5, 2020
  7. TauseefKhan

    TauseefKhan Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    @Weber DNjournal uses HTML - maybe that is the reason. Still, worth looking at sales archives.
     

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