Which way is better: "Make Offer" page or "Inquire/Request A Price" page? You're probably thinking this depends the domain's quality and on your goals, but lets say for average domains and goals are to get as many leads as possible. We assume the most people know how to use "Make Offer" functionality and are happy to leave an offer if they are interested. I don't think this is true, in fact I think this is actually a barrier for most people and some might even be confused by it. Chances are they will be scared to leave any offer at all and move on to their next idea. Certain questions might be running though a buyer's mind upon seeing your 'Make Offer' page. What offer do I make? Will my offer be rejected? Will the seller even respond to it? What if my offer is high and the counter offer is even higher - I don't want to overpay. How long will the process take? Where will my domain be registered? Can this site be trusted? I don't want to make an offer, I just want more info, how do I do that? Where as with an "Inquire/Request A Price", there are only two outcomes: 1. Fill in your details and get more info. 2. Exit. Very easy, no dramas, or obligations for the buyer at this stage. There are probably those among you who know this and have actively chosen this path for some or all of your domains. If you have your own landers and you're happy to do the legwork, perhaps you don't mind filtering them yourself. Or perhaps you prefer a broker works for their money. So anyone has put some thought into this comparison, perhaps even done some tests and achieve notable results or if anyone has any thoughts on this subject, please let me know. Cheers. P.S. If I have missed an existing thread on this topic, please let me know.