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Handling Low Ball Offers

Located in Domain Beginners, started by Bullock, Jan 26, 2016

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  1. Bullock

    Bullock Established Member

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    Hi, I want to share with other beginners this nice article "Low Ball Offers", it is a practical guide to behave professionally in these situations.



    "This person has even made you an offer. Yep, a huge offer of $10. So what should you do? Should you ignore them? Should you write back?"

    "I’ve read and seen people make mistakes in handling a situation like this. The mistakes are…
    • Ignoring the offer
    • Replying angry at the offer
    • Giving them a ridiculously high price for the domain name so they leave you alone
    Let me break down why these are all things you and I shouldn’t do when we are trying to sell a domain name."

    >>> http://omarandwill.com/should-you-ignore-low-ball-offers-why-ignoring-offers-is-dumb-on-all-levels/
     
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  2. Willox Perez

    Willox Perez Member

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    Thanks for sharing. It is incredible how many people ignore the low ball offers or get mad. I get excited =-D haha.

    That simply means someone has interest in my domain and they are a potential buyer. This is the best way to look at it and you will be surprised how many of these low ball offers turn into some nice profitable sales.

    - Will
     
  3. ramkumaritrvs

    ramkumaritrvs Happiest man in the world PRO VIP

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    Don't forgot to reply any lowball offers from endusers.

    I reply with my asking price & mention similar sales.so they come to know the resale market price.
     

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