Located in General Domain Discussion, started by Rob Monster, Sep 19, 2019
seo-global dot com
seo-browser.com 16,750 USD 2019-05-30 GoDaddy
@Rob Monster you guys still buying them?
only time will tell
I sent a list a while ago, Epik didn't buy any, but later I got a loan based on a longer list. This could mean, maybe they were willing to pay $20 per domain on average, not bad for handregs, but I think there is much bigger potential, but still none was sold after 6 months, so this means some outbounding needed, but because of the corona I may have to drop most before being able to sell. Loan paid back. Both parties made profit from this indirectly. "Direct profit for both" would be: selling on Epik marketplace. Maybe because of using BIN option this failed, would make offer work better? They have contact form there. I don't like that there is captcha. Instead of captcha, a simple arithmetic question would work better. Like 12+8, only require captcha from abusing IPs. Also the part saying we accept these payment options, should be above the fold. It would add some trustability... Outbounding is a must, you may not receive a response, but sale rate can jump from 1 percent to 10 percent. I can't imagine how lazy I'm. I delayed this thing full 6 months, delayed other stuff 2 years, and delayed a few things 20 years.
edit: maybe not from that list, but another very similar one was sold at epik marketplace for low 3 figures (maybe outbound-inbound mix).
Sold at Sedo this week
lotten-versicherung.de 03/03/2020 5,400 EUR
mein-bauplan.de 03/05/2020 2,200 EUR
sic-group.de 03/04/2020 2,000 EUR
e-bike.it 03/05/2020 2,000 EUR
I have sold small-business.co for 250 usd through GD/Aft
now I have small-business.org
that show to me it's great domain
my new reg
Corrected typo since I can't edit.
Yes Frank could not edit it when I posted left off the F. Thank you.
That's kinda cool, I like it.
Yeah, I have sold most if not all of my hyphenated to Germans. You guys prefer hyphens over non-hyphenated. And I have seen five and six words long that stretch the entire rear end of a car. Amazing! I have for instance BierHaus.org but you would probably prefer Bier-Haus.org?
it's not that simple
it's "fake news" that germans prefer hyphens
as it is a little more complex
yes, sometimes hyphens are better than no-hyphens
but this one
is as bad as
the-virus .com just a coincidence
M E D I C A L - B L O G . C O M
I spend six months per year in Germany (all I am allowed) and always looking at domains being used. I see mostly hyphenated. Not just a stereotype. Sure the big companies have acronyms and their single word .de, but mostly the others hyphenate the domain rather than putting them together. Lots of word plays too and the hyphens separate these sometimes very long word combo names. And not a stereotype that most or all of my hyphenated names go to Germans. Nothing wrong with that at all. Just a preference and I am happy with it.
I just sold MiniLaster.de 1.200 € +19% VAT
Mini-Laster.de is for sale
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