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Listing a high priced domain name to boost a sales portfolio.

Labeled as debate in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by Kuffy, Apr 23, 2021

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  1. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    So, does this work? I've just listed a name with Dan with a BIN of £295,000. I like the name, and I don't really want to sell it, but I will honour the offer if somebody claims it. What effect do you think this has on my image as a seller? Will buyers think that I live in cloud-cuckoo-land, or will it help to get a better price for my other names?
     
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  2. koolishman

    koolishman Top Contributor VIP

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    I like the name,

    If buyer also likes the name and price, it will be sold. Either way you win.
     
  3. capybara

    capybara Established Member

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    It will help all other sellers who price in a lower range, after looking at £295,000 something like $5,000 suddenly does not feel expensive.
     
  4. ultradog

    ultradog Established Member

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    If that's the price it would take to get the domain from you, that's a good listing. I see no problem.
     
  5. Super-Annuation

    Super-Annuation Restricted (Market)

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    I use this technique all the time.

    E.g. This is how I sell a couple together:

    - InterledgerFoundation.com

    - OraclesNetwork.com

    - Superannuation.com (*The anchor)

    - OpenMainnet.com

    - SpecialisedBank.com


    * $100 each (not Superannuation) or $300 for all of them.
     

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