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Freeceive ($4 --> $2500)

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  1. Ategy.com

    Ategy.com NameCult.com Gold Account VIP

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    Freeceive // dot // com

    Bought: $4
    Sold: $2500

    After my first sale (Bookworm), and 2nd (Rewired), and 3rd (Longevica) I'm happy to share the details of my 4th larger domain sale for Freeceive (completed in December)!

    Like Longevica I originally bought this domain at $5 closeout at Godaddy (-$1 bulk discount for buying 5 at a time). Technically you could say it cost me $12.50 including the renewal.

    I liked Freeceive as a compound of Free and Receive. I envisioned some form of promotion or sampling marketing company sending users free samples or free offers. Nothing on the website yet other than the very short definition, which somewhat confirms that the end use will likely be similar to what I had originally imagined for the domain:

    -ceive
    comes from Latin, where it has the meaning "get, receive".

    Unfortunately for the rest, it's not as juicy or detailed as my first two sales, and there are no longer email interactions to share.

    Like Longevica this sale was done via Afternic .. simply one day in early December out of the blue I received the following email:

    "Great news, freeceive (// dot // com) has sold via Fast Transfer through our DLS Network.

    No action is needed from you at this time. You will receive an email update within 8-10 days regarding your payment."


    8 days later I received an email saying the transfer was completed and to expect an email 1-3 days later with payment details.

    3 days later I got a confirmation the funds had been sent.

    I had listed the domain at $2500 (again like Longevica) I didn't even remember the price I had originally set .. lol).


    Overall I'm happy with the sale and price .. I think it was a good sale for me and a great unique and powerful name for the buyer.

    I have a smaller mid-range $xxx sale to report from December as well, but that wraps up my first full fiscal year after starting "Domaining" (as opposed to collecting domains for possible future development).


    First 3 sales:
    Longevica: https://www.namepros.com/threads/third-significant-sale-longevica-3k.1050367/
    Bookworm: https://www.namepros.com/threads/first-significant-sale-as-a-domainer.1015480/
    Rewired: https://www.namepros.com/threads/2nd-significant-sale-rewired.1048969/

    1st Year Domaining Info: https://www.namepros.com/threads/anniversary-and-vip.1050371/

    My (Almost) Daily List of Expiring Auctions and Closeouts: https://www.namepros.com/posts/6265427/

    Some of the domains I've been buying:
    https://www.namepros.com/threads/domains-you-won-at-auction-or-closeout-in-your-account.1050374/
     
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  2. Nametree

    Nametree Nametree.com VIP

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    Nice sale, congrats!

    Is the 5x bulk discount still going on, do they apply it automatically, or is it a code?
     
  3. Ntmt

    Ntmt Established Member

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    Great sale and nice story, keep doing this way!
     
  4. Ategy.com

    Ategy.com NameCult.com Gold Account VIP

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    It's something available for as long as I can remember. It's automatic and you don't need a code. However:

    1) All 5 domains need to be purchased in the same transaction.
    2) It is only a discount of $5 for multiples of $5
    (meaning you will no get $7 off if you buy 7 domains .. you will only get $5)
    3) The discount applies to any domain at closeout from $5 to $11 ($5, $8, $9, $10 and $11)

    To be honest .. when I started out I always tried to make purchases in blocks of 5 closeout domains. Now I'm a little pickier and buying less than when I started .. I maybe buy 5 at a time once or twice a month now at most.

    I think I can almost blame the discount for encouraging me to buy names I might otherwise have not .. lol. But I certainly have saved as well as my ~1500 domain portfolio has a large number domains I grabbed at closeout. But I'm still happy with the vast majority of my purchases in 2017 (I started buying more in fall 2016). That being said I've learned a lot in my first year and a bit after seriously shifting into domaining (as opposed to mostly just buying and holding domains for potential future development).
     
  5. Hireinternet

    Hireinternet Active Member VIP

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    Congrats buddy (y)
     
  6. Danish Harjiani

    Danish Harjiani Established Member

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    Nice shot! Congrats
     
  7. stewmath

    stewmath Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Nice sale, congratulations mate
     
  8. UXela

    UXela Account Closed

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    Congrats !
    Good sale.
     
  9. Amzymayor

    Amzymayor Established Member

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    Impressive sale. Congrat
     
  10. adi199

    adi199 Established Member

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    Wow, Good Sale
     
  11. AIS01

    AIS01 namegolden.com VIP

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    Congrats...:xf.smile:
     
  12. fourquarters

    fourquarters Established Member

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    Congrats.You are such an active inspirer in namepros:xf.smile:
     
  13. Furquah

    Furquah The Captain VIP

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    You are true Pro Domainer, thanks for sharing this @Ategy.com

    More will come in 2018
     
  14. Ollie3000

    Ollie3000 Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    nice work and a really good domain.
     
  15. DonDraper

    DonDraper Active Member VIP

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    Nice Sale and Smart Insights!
     
  16. ajenipa

    ajenipa Established Member

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    Congratulations (y)
     
  17. Mister Funsky

    Mister Funsky Active Member VIP

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    Congratulations...many people would have priced that name at 250...as you demonstrate through your success, higher numbers can be achieved if you price domain names well.
     
  18. ProDomanico

    ProDomanico Established Member

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    You are Rocking........
     
  19. Rinkuji

    Rinkuji Active Member VIP

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    I Love It .... Congrats Bro. (y)
     
  20. WatchDogue

    WatchDogue Active Member VIP

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    Very nice name sales and, the latest, is a great play on words!
     
  21. ValleyRock

    ValleyRock Sales and Outreach

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    how many domains do you hold?
     
  22. maxtra

    maxtra Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    Great sale! Congrats!
     
  23. DrJacoby

    DrJacoby Established Member

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    Very nice!
     
  24. Robson1

    Robson1 Active Member VIP

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  25. Bean

    Bean Established Member

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    Congrats!
    I've thoroughly enjoyed reading about your sales (y) (I missed your previous posts so thanks for including the links)
    I'm sure you'll have many more like these, keep posting whenever you can, it's inspiring :xf.smile:
     

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