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Discussion in 'Domain Name Sales' started by RJ, Apr 19, 2005.

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  1. sids70

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  2. infosec3

    infosec3 Learn the art of flipping domain names Business Account VIP

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    inbound or outbound? details pls?
     
  4. infosec3

    infosec3 Learn the art of flipping domain names Business Account VIP

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    Outbound
     
  5. jideofor

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    congrats. I saw that domain name.
     
  6. SBS66

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    Bailbond //// Hollywood
    Sold: $100
    hand-reg
    Venue: re-marketed to someone who had initially offered that much. Part of liquidating the "old" stuff before it expires.
     
  7. wwwweb

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    Damn I almost think you could have sold that for more by placing it thru godaddy auctions with no reserve, at a $12 start. Lots of people go to hollywood, and need a bailbondsman. Good recovery of capital if you weren't going to renew it though.
     
  8. Perceptron

    Perceptron "What you seek, is seeking you!" VIP

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    NY/Fashion/Photographer
    in DotCom

    Sale venue: Outbound
    Seller: Me
    Asking price: $500
    Sale price: $350
    Purchase price: $10.99
    Domain Held for 9 Months

    Notes: I was looking for a super-quick flip. Did outbound to 10 NY Fashion Photographers. I only got response from 2 in 3 days. One accepted my $500 price tag but was taking too much time to transfer funds (24 hours payment time), and failed my deadline, so offered it to the 2nd highest bidder. I needed the money, and ASAP!!!
     
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  9. SBS66

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    Thank you--I wasn't going to renew that one. But I have 3 others that I think I'm going to use to test cold-calling....the worst that can happen is that they hang up on me, lol.
     
  10. DotCom9

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  11. dragtastic

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    Well I had my first domain sale of 2017 - wasn't large but its a sale!

    fatcy/com
    $99
    Listed as BIN on sedo.
     
  12. wwwweb

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    When sedo sells your domain for $99, what do you get? $39??
     
  13. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr PRYCR.COM Business Account VIP

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    I think you get 59 in that situation right?
     
  14. alcy

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    pretty sure sedo charges 60$ min. hence the 90$ min price
    so sold for $100 shoudl get him $40.

    obviously, sedo should stop being the worst and most expensive min charger in domaining. but somehow they just don't get it.
     
  15. wwwweb

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    So sedo made more money than the person who owned the actual sale item.
     
  16. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr PRYCR.COM Business Account VIP

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    Even lawyers dont do that.
     
  17. alcy

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    yep.. pretty much no point using sedo for sales under $300-400

    and if u get into some fancier cctld extensions like al, rs or something... its $200 min I think. something like that. its alright for expensive sale domains I guess. but forget sedo for everything else.
     
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  18. dragtastic

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    Yes you are correct - a whole $39 LOL - min fee for BIN is $60.

    Here's some sound advice, don't buy domains you think will sell for $99 since the return it minimal

    I was honestly going to let it drop so I'll take my $39
     
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    That was a lucky sale. I would have agreed with you if we were talking about the correct word order which is HollywoodBailbonds.com
     
  21. Cdomains

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    Yeah, but how many end user hollywood bailbondsman are looking through the GD auctions?

    Zero.
     
  22. ACSlater

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    Domain name: prop.bet

    Sale venue: Sold via Escrow.com
    Listing type: Cold email to me from buyer asking if it was for sale
    Seller: Me
    Sale price: $6,500
    Purchase price: Whatever the initial registration fee was for .bet at launch... I think I may have paid a premium on it if I registered at landrush but it wouldn't have been more than $150... if it was during general availability it would probably have been around $30 if I recall correctly.
    Details: It received no interest on a Flippa auction a few weeks ago but shortly after it ended I was emailed by the buyer asking me if it was for sale and we went from there.​
     
  23. ramkumaritrvs

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    Congrats, It's a great way to start (it's your 1st post)
     
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  25. FX

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    Love It :)

    Always been the way in domaining ..
    you get more $ when the buyer comes knocking.

    Instead of you knocking.

    Top man.
     

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