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  1. ACSlater

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    Thanks! Being a rookie I had much higher hopes for the selling price :) But I honestly can't complain!
     
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  2. Jv1999

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    N/u/tr/it/io/nalG/ui/de.Org
    Purchase Price: $3 (namecheap discount)
    Sold for: $150 @Flip
    Net: -$350... Here's why:

    Spaceship inspired peeps in chat to try dev'ing their domains because he shared his success on Flippa. He encouraged us to try and said it was easy and that he's sold some high xxx for 14 mins of dev'ing time.

    I haven't made an end user sale since KP.com, so his idea kind of seeded into me. I decided I'd try it out -- but with a twist.

    I figured that most domainers aren't really well-versed in SEO, so I figured that could make my shoddy dev'ing stand out. I decided to plan on placing some high-quality links on the site to see if the Flippa end users would see their value.

    So I used a free theme, found a free slider, spend the better of 2 WHOLE days trying to figure out what was what and where was what and why was what and why rainbows exist! And when I finally got that down, it took me some 6'ish hours to write and post two articles on the site because one was well-researched.

    Then I did the backlinking on 4 high-authority sites. The backlinks together would've cost over $500... <-- and that's why $150 really isn't that great.

    But I'm still happy with the sale because :D well I sold the domain, so now I know this works. I can now sell off all my registrash if I rinse and repeat. But realistically, it would take over 100 articles to sell 100 domains for $150 each... Not so sure it's worth :).

    But my friends, this is one other way to sell domains you registered and then can't sell. YOU DON'T HAVE TO LET YOUR DOMAINS EXPIRE :D THIS IS A WAY OUT :D.
     
  3. usernamex

    usernamex Smitten by Humphead Parrotfish Visit ★.tk VIP

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    @stewmath - regd 5 days ago, no updates

    @Nofiudeen Lukmon - this is completed sales, not for sale : smile :

    funnier is all the likes who didn't catch it!
     
  4. pokainc

    pokainc BRANDABLE DOMAINS NamePros Supporter VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    well "asking price" may also be referred as sold for the asking price... just because it's not the same interpretation as yours doesn't make it ridiculous
     
  5. omelet

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    Sold inven****.io for $1750 USD
    Sold date: Jan 5, 2017
    Sales venue: email inquiries
    My investment: $99 In Jan 1, 2017
    Net profit: $1750 - $99 = $1649
    RO!= 1649/99 *100%= 1665.65%

    Thanks GOD for this- I hold the name for only 3 days then sold in a happy price
     
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  6. hn1

    hn1 Business Member Business Account

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  7. Soofi

    Soofi DomainX™ 2017, Delhi PRO Business Account VIP

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    Efforts of team Reappoint.com have started fructifying with positive results. Here is a first domain name sale of the year 2017.

    TorontoPropertyManager.com sells for $695 with some back & forth. #PolitelyAccepted
     
  8. omelet

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    I have some similar dental, law, and realty related names......
     
  9. RGkiiing

    RGkiiing Established Member

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    plumbing (city) .com $200.. got via drop catch few months ago, sold on afternic
    los angeles (keyword).com $350 hand reg a few days ago
    hopefully will have another coming soon
     
  10. DGMDomains

    DGMDomains Established Member

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    Sold two 5L.com (Chinese Premium) for $80 each here on Namepros :)
    $160 in total.
     
  11. Jv1999

    Jv1999 Established Member

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    Nice. CHIPs past 4L don't usually sell unless they have some kind of pattern. I think you lucked out.
     
  12. owntype

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  13. pokainc

    pokainc BRANDABLE DOMAINS NamePros Supporter VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    @owntype buy now or offer/counter offer?
     
  14. owntype

    owntype Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    BIN :)
     
  15. NamesMax

    NamesMax Business Member Business Account VIP

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    Cluster/Control/com
    $499 (buyer paid escrow fees)
    Sold BIN from my Landing Page (no commissions) :xf.smile:
    hand regged from drop less than a month ago.
     
  16. NamesMax

    NamesMax Business Member Business Account VIP

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    Good day today, for me.

    Fedgy/com $199

    Sold BIN on Go Daddy Premium
    It had a 12/28/16 exp date, so it was technically expired already. I had marked it down about 3 weeks ago when I decided not to renew.
    It was rejected by Brand Bucket previously.

    Also have a a mid $xxxx in final stages of escrow. I will post when final.
     
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  17. DGMDomains

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    I agree only good patterns have potential. I actually took a little loss on a few of my 5L but it's nice to get back something than nothing.
     
  18. shaneisthename

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  19. Nsmith91

    Nsmith91 Work Hard, Play Harder! Business Account

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    Started the year off with a quick sale!
    Sunuz.com handregged around 1 month ago off expired list
    Sold $549 via Sedo
     
  20. Bros

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    Congrats! Hopefully a sign of good things to come. (y)
     
  21. DnFolk

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    t|e|x|s|t|i|l|e in com sold at afternic for 110

    hand regged at dotster for $1 around 4-5months before
    BB rejected
    tried to sell it for $5 on NP without success many times.
    though listed on afternic but i had kept it non renewal mode and almost forgot about it
     
  22. NamesMax

    NamesMax Business Member Business Account VIP

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    K/U/X/D .com $1600

    Non Chip Non Western Premium

    Go Daddy

    From other things I am reading, it seems like 4L.com might be making a resurgence.
     
  23. Sinh

    Sinh Business Member Business Account VIP

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    You sold this domain? Thank you.
     
  24. NamesMax

    NamesMax Business Member Business Account VIP

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    Yes.
     
  25. Sinh

    Sinh Business Member Business Account VIP

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    BIN or public auction? Thank you.
     

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