Context: I’m not looking to buy and sell domain names professionally, but rather, to sell three domain names that I own and no longer need as profitably during the next six months as possible. So the advice I need is quite delimited. The domain names in question (the premium one first): NYCJazz.com NewYorkJazzEvents.com GetStartedAgain.com The Confusion (i.e., questions): What is the best way to sell these particular domain names, given my circumstances? Auction, broker, or set-price? What is the best site to sell these particular domain names? GoDaddy (auctions), Sedo (set price), or others? Or is there a particular broker who could get better results? My assumptions (true or not?): There is not a useful way to determine the value of these particular URLs. For example, a major organization with a huge budget like “Jazz At Lincoln Center,” were they hypothetically interested, would obviously offer an astronomically high price for NYCJazz.com. An individual musician looking for an easy-to-remember URL would obviously offer far less, as would a non-commercial site (a site with local jazz concert listings, for example). I assume that even a professional appraiser would even have a difficult time objectively guessing the value of a URL like this. So my initial assumption is that the best way to sell this would be a 3-month auction on GoDaddy, and let the market determine the price over time, as opposed to paying someone to guess or trying to guess myself. Thoughts? Insights? Advice? Thanks!