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HOW TO SELL BETTER - Domain listing strategy

NameSilo

TopBrandsForSale

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Hi, my domains are registered mostly with NameCheap.com

I listed all of them on SEDO and AFTERNIC, and I will park them also on DAN.COM

I also made a pretty simple website to give a bit more of a premium touch to my portfolio.

1) Are there any other good options to list them somewhere else to gain more exposure?

2) I read an article on this website where a user said that is better to list them only with a "make an offer" mode.

But I'm not really sure about this. Should I put a BIN price on every marketplace or leave it like this?

3) How would you price your average .com domain?

A few examples:
appbirdie.com
setshell.com
macrogarage.com

(I'm not asking specifically for an appraisal on these 3, just to understand more or less how should I price my average .com if I don't find any particular reason to think they are worth more)

Thanks to everyone who will take a minute to give me some useful advice!

:)
 
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biggie

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It would be the other way around for me. Make offer for the premiums, BIN on the less valuable ones.

Yeah, it makes totally sense. Thanks!
Hi

how can it make cents, if you don't know difference?

before you start trying to price, you have to know... if the price is right.
if you start with an offer on the table, from there you can begin to calculate.

[acquisition cost (-) offer $ (-) commission (=) return on investment $]
above is something tangible, where advice sought and given, can be specific.

once you get a few like that under your belt, then you can start setting BIN on some names, if you want.

keep it simple

imo...
 

TopBrandsForSale

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Hi

how can it make cents, if you don't know difference?

before you start trying to price, you have to know... if the price is right.
if you start with an offer on the table, from there you can begin to calculate.

[acquisition cost (-) offer $ (-) commission (=) return on investment $]
above is something tangible, where advice sought and given, can be specific.

once you get a few like that under your belt, then you can start setting BIN on some names, if you want.

keep it simple

imo...
Hi, thank you!

I set up bin based on my research but ofc I'm not sure about them.

I'm trying to get better.

So anyway I left the MAKE OFFER available for every domain, so I can better understand how I'm doing.

Hope it will work! :)
 

Alop

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Very nice avatar 👍

I’ve placed BIN on one marketplace and placed Offer on different marketplace(s)
 
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You can use NameContainer to make your own landing page.

It allows customers to purchase domain names through PayPal, Escrow. In addition, multiple domain name platforms (Such as After,SEDO,DAN,Epik...) can be set up for each domain name. Customers can choose the appropriate platform for guaranteed purchases. A full range of domain name transaction methods can help you better selling domain names to customers.

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About NameContainer Domain Parking Script

With this script, you can manage the landing pages of all your domain names as you like, Such as:
1. Some domains can make offer, and some not
2. Some domain's landing page is coming soon ( For trademark related domains, this will be very useful )
3. Redirect some domains to the buy now page of Godaddy, Sedo, Dan, Namecheap...
4. Some domains Implicit Forward to other website
.........
You can design some templates by yourself to implement some other functions you need.

Some Features
Excel Import/Export Domains, Online Update Domains
Buy via Paypal, Buy/MakeOffer via Escrow
Unlimited Domains / BIN Platforms / Landing Page Template
Multiple BIN Platforms for each domain
Landing Page Template setting for each domain
Buy via Paypal, Buy/MakeOffer via Escrow
Notification(Offer received) Email to customer and you


Click the below link to get more information:
http://www.namecontainer.com/parking-manual/


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