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How do you find a GOOD domain broker??

Located in Domain Broker Wanted, started by FellahM, Apr 18, 2012

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  1. Domainstore

    Domainstore Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thanks for the info
     
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  2. Hobi Michalec

    Hobi Michalec Lumis Co-founder Lumis Staff PRO VIP ICA Member

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    At Lumis We're more than happy to assist with your domain acquisition and divestment strategy. Please send me an email to [email protected] or call +1.863.430.3698.

    We're more than happy to lend a hand!
     
  3. john de laine

    john de laine Established Member

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    in real estate anyone can hire an agent (broker) to at least try to sell any piece of garbage property they own, but not so in domaining, why? a sale is a sale, right?
     
  4. Lyle

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    Even with a broker it's pretty difficult to sell a domain name, it just adds more chance to the sale. I would say, don't hire a broker straight out cause you may as well be throwing money to the wind, make sure the broker gets a big cut of what you're selling. if you're selling a domain name for 6000.00 give your broker a cut of 1000.00 or even 2000.00. Also, present the list of domains to the broker and they will choose which ones they think they can flip.
     
  5. MR Harrist

    MR Harrist Established Member

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    basically domain broker have link or connection to end user that have big budget! it could be their previous buyer, or maybe they have high link to rich people! if your domain often get offer, broker can help to negotiate or finding potential end user! but if your domain, never get offer, most of the time, broker will reject your domain, simply because your domain bellow their standard! so, yeah, basically you don't need broker!

    to be honest I am curious with your domain that have price xxx.xxx! and personally I don't think you will any problems if you just mention your domain names! unless your domain is not yours !
     
  6. 9l8l9

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    By having a good domain name
     
  7. davidclements

    davidclements VIP Member Brannan's Staff PRO VIP

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    Brannans.com is another broker you can consider. We help companies and individuals buy and sell domain names. Some completed transactions include: Batteries.com, PK.com, Less.com, Hux.com, ElToro.com, & Cheesecake.com. We're always looking for one-word and short (LL, NN, LLL, NNN) .com domain names for private brokerage. Visit Brannans.com for more information.
     
  8. Krash90

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    Are there any brokers that don’t charge an initial fee for trying to contact the owner of a domain? That or a way of offering proof they’re even trying to broker the deal and not just running off with the initial fee?
     
  9. Dooner888

    Dooner888 Upgraded Member Gold Account Blue Account

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    Hiya I'm looking for a domain name broker please
     
  10. Nik Pantic

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    In my opinion a cross promotion could work as the broker services replacement, for example, if you are selling specific or general topic domain create SEO planned web page and then prompt the visitors with a selling offer of domain / web site.
     
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  11. Compotech

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    Hi guys I need brokers that will help me with my domain and update me with what is trending in his localities because am highly good in developing domains
    Thanks in anticipation
     
  12. lock

    lock DomainUsed.com VIP

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    How do you find a good domain broker? You don't they find you from your lists of priced domains. If your domains are priced keyword brand domainers will take note and when they have lead they will revert to their lists. The delusion is every name will sell so high seller needs a broker but the broker has customer and knows where to look or work from buyer requests. If you need a broker it is because you want someone to handle the negotiation and fetch higher price than your present offer. Eg you have offer ready to take at 2k ask broker to take over negotiation they take eg 20% but bump it to 7k so would still need to reveal the deal to someone here to help. After more posts more time the ones that influence build trust with you the most may help if you ask. Best advice would be to participate in the threads on subject niche extension etc show casing domains.
     
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    very good insight.
     
  14. Theydon

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    Assuming no one on NP's looking for a broker are holding significant one word names then I would suggest people try outbound their own names. Do the research using Google, Linkedin, dotDB, (if you can't find any businesses who would benefit from your name then you can't outbound it), create a target list, gather email addresses (use a tool), send a compelling first email (track your emails using a tool), keep it short and to the point, not overly salesy, follow up.
     
  15. Jnikam

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    Require Domain Brokers (experts & credible)
    To sell my domain
    Get good commission.

    Bullsdick.com
    $xx, xxx
    Exp: 31st Dec 2021

    PM me.
     
  16. lock

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    Why would you part with this when you love it so much? Every time you think about it put price up.
     
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  17. Ishan1990

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    I also want a broker. If any broker available message me
     
  18. Dooner888

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    I'm brokering
     
  19. Mike Goodman

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    Any piece of garbage property cannot be picked up for $8-10. A domain agent can pick up garbage domains for the same as anybody else and take 100% of the resale price home. Why sell yours for 20%? Or even 50%?

    20% of $20,000 puts food on the table. 20% of $100 hardly buys the ride into town to buy the food. 10% (the rate tends to fall as the price rises for obvious reasons) of $150,000 and we're on the way to a good income.

    Put that another way. How much is a gifted sales operative's time worth? It takes roughly the same amount of time and effort to sell a $20,000+ domain as it does to sell a $1,000- domain. If you are paid by percentage rather than fixed sum, which do you want to sell?
     
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    spot on Mike
     

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