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How does a domain get categorized in the marketplace

Located in Frequently Asked Questions started by QuestionYes, Jan 31, 2020.

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  1. QuestionYes

    QuestionYes New Member

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    How does a Top Domain that is more than $1000, get put into a category of offers of $500?

    Is this probably a mistake?

    Who do we appeal to, and how?

    Has it happened to you?
     
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  2. Mod Team Bravo

    Mod Team Bravo Moderator, NamePros Moderator PRO Gold Account VIP

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    Hello,

    Typically, members choose the category for their sales listing(s). However, we may move it to another category if it does not fit in the category that the listing creator chose. For example, This-Is-An-Example.com is not a Liquid Domain, so we would move it to a different section, such as Make Offer.

    The $500 category is for listings that are a minimum of $500, which means greater than or equal to $500 and includes $1000, $9000, $1 million, and greater.

    When a domain is not selected for Top Domains, it is moved to another section of the marketplace.

    Learn more:

    We hope that helps.
     

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