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I Have Valuable domain but No one is Intrested, Why?

Labeled as question in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by razihaider694, Aug 3, 2020

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  1. NamePrime

    NamePrime The Godfather VIP

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  2. razihaider694

    razihaider694 Established Member

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    Thanks, But what do you mean by the Dont do it again.
    Is that for selling the domain or disobeying the rule?
     
  3. NamePrime

    NamePrime The Godfather VIP

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    Not following the Rules. Read and take them seriously, it's good for your reputation here. Once you put a domain in auction and somebody makes a bid, it's already binding.
     
  4. Haroon Basha

    Haroon Basha IZUQ.COM VIP Gold Account

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    Get rid of it even if you can get $ 50 for it, it is not worth waiting.
     
  5. KingZee

    KingZee Established Member

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    Most of the people who gave you their opinion here are either too damn old or just not knowledgeable about the word.

    "Unboxing" is a GREAT word. Just look it up on youtube! You will get HUNDREDS of relevant videos with over MILLIONS of views.

    For the record, "Unbox" is a WORSE word than "Unboxing". Unboxing is a very well known verb of "unboxing" something you got in the mail, mostly done by hardware reviewers, but also starting to be common on other entertainment platforms like twitch.tv.

    This in fact is (was) nothing but a category killer, you could have contacted literally every possible youtuber that does hardware reviews, and they might have genuinely considered a sale. You can only imagine how much money a youtuber that gets 4m+ on every video makes. I know this was still a .org, but it was a premium word as well so..

    Sorry I didn't find this thread earlier, but I can't help but LOL. 200$ isn't bad though for a first sale, cheers!
     
  6. karmaco

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    If its so premium and any you tuber would salivate to get it why are existing extensions undeveloped or barely developed? Why haven’t they felt the need to seek any extensions out? The com is pointing at a gear site and not actually using this— according to you —epic terminology.

    This has nothing to do with age-its a matter of opinion. Better extensions are undeveloped and unsold. When things are really wanted or premium they come looking for it. 🖐 He will be fortunate to get XXX for this so don’t imply he could have gotten much better than that.
     
  7. KingZee

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    I have no idea what metric you're following here, but "undeveloped" is not "unregistered". .net for 16 years, .com for 15. If you judge domains by whether they are developed or not, you've been doing domaining all wrong since you joined :)

    What's your pricetag for six.com / six.net / six.org for example? None of them redirect anywhere, they must be worth at most hundreds right! Ridiculous.
     
  8. Truespin Domains

    Truespin Domains Top Contributor VIP

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    Unboxing is very popular. It's a popular term and many people make lots of money out of the concept.

    But they make their money through platforms like YouTube and their monetised channels. They have no need for their own domain, and if they do a dot org would not by top of their list.

    Just because something is popular doesn't automatically make related domains valuable.
     
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  9. Anne L.

    Anne L. Established Member

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    Agree with paragraphs 1 and 2.

    The keyword "unboxing " may be valuable to a reviews site focusing on the unboxing of products.

    Website's target clients: brands who want product exposure.
    Target market (web visitors): People who are interested in the products to be unboxed, people looking for reviews of the product.

    The .tld .org dissuades, though.
     
  10. atozlives

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    Hi Friend,

    Don't worry about anything. Your name will sell minimum of $1000 within next one year or if you will wait for next 5 years it will sell minimum of $10000 .

    Unboxing.org

    Thanks...
     
  11. SHUBHAM Kumar Singh

    SHUBHAM Kumar Singh New Member

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    Hello ,,, how to submit domain for sell here
     
  12. SHUBHAM Kumar Singh

    SHUBHAM Kumar Singh New Member

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    I have news4nations. com ,how to submit this domain for sell here???
     
  13. BrandCollectors.com

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    go to chat :)
    namepros.com/chat/
     
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  14. elevator

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    Just look on the links above and click on the "Sell Domains" and then create your auction.
    Good luck
     
  15. jamesall

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    I hope the new buyer sells it for $5,000 + now. Why did I read this thread!!!
     
  16. CraigD

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    LOL yes I'm too damned old.

    I was the one who suggested that he contact the Youtuber community, but I wasn't going to do the leg work for him.

    Many new members here ask lots of questions - It's up to them to then act on the suggestions.

    Agreed, $200 not bad :)
     
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  17. Bodemtn

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    Am waiting to sell 4 letter .org too
     
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    Fix
     
  20. CraigD

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    .... after you, but I'm not waiting all day!
     
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    Normal investors in China would not invest in ORG domain names,
    Because the normal people who use ORG are non-profit businesses,
    So people advocate not doing this kind of domain name,
    If you sell it for a similar price,
    Please submit the COM domain name
     
  23. wallet2it

    wallet2it Deep Thinker @ DeepThink.org @ Learning.cc VIP

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    I am from here but I rarely heard of the word unboxing .....
    Again unboxing doesn’t go well with .org .....six.com very good ....six.org although it is valuable for some resellers....I don’t like it And I won’t even pay $100 for it ....
     
  24. .X.

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    the name simply doesn't fit the extension .org in any form or fashion
     
  25. jchan7

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    ORGs are sometimes useful for SEO but more for blogging rather than e-commerce. If you are using it for e-commerce then use a hyphen or other extension
     

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