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

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  1. 4pm

    4pm namejitsu™ VIP

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  2. thekiller

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    I had belief on some of the domains which eventually sell. DataDuck was one of them. The seller was very patient, I couldn't pay for 3-4 days and he gave me time as at the time of closing auction I was out of town and couldn't pay him at the required time.
     
  3. Fuadiansyah

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    Domain name: B*r*i*g*h*t*M*o*o*s*e.com
    Sale venue: BrandBucket
    Seller: BrandBucket
    Sale price: $2,395
    Net: $1,575 after commissions and logo fees.
    Purchase price: Reg fee for $4,99 on April 8th 2017. Sold after 2 months listed at BB
     
  4. sam roy

    sam roy Active Member VIP

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    About a month back. I can't name the buyer. The sale is legit. I did not report to Namebio.
     
  5. Grilled

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    Was that NP Sale before or after it sold on Flippa for $480 on April 25, 2017?

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  6. NamesMax

    NamesMax Business Member Business Account VIP

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    June is continuing to be a good month for me. Another sold tonight.

    Zoom // Get .com $899
    Sold BIN on Afternic.

    Regged on the drop in Feb

    I look at that name now and think, what did I see in it? Who and what would the end use be? Why would I reg that? Don't know, but I am glad I did! :rolleyes:
     
  7. thekiller

    thekiller Active Member VIP

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    Great sale. Where do you park domains?
     
  8. sam roy

    sam roy Active Member VIP

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    Before of course
     
  9. NamesMax

    NamesMax Business Member Business Account VIP

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    I don't. I use landing pages from Efty. I also list them at Afternic and Sedo.
     
  10. jideofor

    jideofor Active Member VIP

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    How do you manage the nameserver at Afternic and sedo at the same time for a single name or is it possible to list this domains there without changing name server?
     
  11. Haykay2005

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    Sure. You list with them and choose just one nameserver for your landing page
     
  12. jideofor

    jideofor Active Member VIP

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    Will my domain name go life at sedo after listing it there if it has afternic nameserver?
     
  13. Haykay2005

    Haykay2005 Established Member

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    Yes. I list at Sedo with bodis nameserver
     
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  14. 1Darko

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    On Christmas Eve I have worked hard to get this domain. Six months later Santa Claus has rewarded me.
    Thank you Santa! :xf.smile:

    Domain name: 1/9/2/0 .co
    Sale venue: Afternic (BIN/MO)
    Sale price: $588
    Purchase venue/cost: Uniregistry / Reg Fee
    Purchase date: 12-2016
    Sale date: 6-2017
     
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  15. subjot

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    Domain name: O*w*n*P*a*y dot com
    Sale venue: DomainNameSales.com
    Listing type: Make offer
    Sale price: 1950$

    Domain name: R*o*b*o*A*i*r dot com
    Sale venue: Escrow.com
    Listing type: Buyer emailed me/Make offer
    Sale price: 2500$
     
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    Congrats! Great .co sale! How much buyer's first offer and how long negotiated time?
     
  20. Nikul Sanghvi

    Nikul Sanghvi Business Member Business Account

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    Buyers opening offer was $5780. My listed asking price was $5750 (offers only, no buy-it-now option).
    I wouldn't normally counter but:
    • The offer was a tiny fraction above my asking price. A gesture for me that indicates the bidder has a desire to get the deal done fast.
    • Bidder was from Australia - and I'd recently read about an Australian fintech startup called Spaceship who took $1m of funding from Peter Thiel. (Although, it may not be them!)
    • Bidder had registered on Sedo in June 2017. Activity index scores were also null for buying and selling ratings. There was a probability they registered only to make an offer on this domain, so it signals as 'end-user'.
    I took the risk and countered at $19750. Sedo Broker had reached out to me and said the buyer can do $7k maximum, else will pull out of negotiations. I gave it some thought and accepted. It was a little aggressive to counter in the first place, especially on an a good offer above asking price, so didn't feel right to push any harder.

    Total time for negotiations was around 9 hours.
     
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  21. alcy

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  22. shorterwinters

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    Congrats.
    Took a lot of courage to counter when the original offer came in so close AND above your asking price. Nice thought process and sleuthing there by yourself to come up with the counter.
     
  23. Nikul Sanghvi

    Nikul Sanghvi Business Member Business Account

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    Thank you. I wasn't sure what to do when the initial offer came in. Made a cup of tea and then flipped a coin.
     
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  24. shorterwinters

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    hahahaha. The mighty coin flip. Nice.
    I know about that decision qualifier myself. Problem with me is sometimes it doesn't give the answer I know I want and I go....."ok, 2 out of 3".
    :xf.wink:
     
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