Labeled as various in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by RJ, Apr 19, 2005.
not a very pricey premium I Assume?
may I ask if you reg many prem .co as yoru new strategy?
Congrats. Do you mind sharing how many .co premium handregs do you have?( I suppose that you refer to the $130 priced, no?)
Correct “ Efty “ has Several “landers “ asking which theme he used .
Thanks - this was the Kiffer theme.
Haven't tested the newer ones but Kiffer has been most effective so far.
Yes, something I've been playing with over last 5 months.
Picked up around 50 so far at $120/$130 each... just as a toe in the water.
It's profitable but the supply (of domains that meet my criteria) is inconsistent, so the process is not scalable. Definitely not a strategy I'd recommended to anyone else!
Domain: Sold IoT/on/Demand dot com for $3,500
Hand regd + 1 yr renewal
Very nice handreg....great sense to capture the industry concept...thanks for sharing
Purchased : $6.99 namesilo
Hold time: 1 month although the buyer showed interest 24hrs after registration. But after several follow ups, he told me he had tried making payment 3 times with his Amex (American Express) through undeveloped but Amex told him it is a fraudulent transaction. I quickly changed my namesavers to namesilo and told him to try this last time, and viola, transaction was successful.
Guess the issue is undeveloped. Know of two guys with the same issue.
Dallas//event//photographers//com for $200
Sent out some emails to potential end-users and I got a reply from the buyer, indicating his interest in the domain. I quoted $350 then he went silent.
But from the streak I was using to track my outbound mails, I saw him opening the mails almost every 6 hours (guess he was contemplating).
After about 1 week, he messaged me, asking for me to consider $200. I turned it down, but shifted a little to $300.
Then he went silent again. Since I wasn't getting any new lead, I messaged him after 10 days that he should pay the $200.
He replied almost instantly that he was designing the logo for the domain name, that was why it took long for him to reply. I was seriously pained that I lost $100 for being too hasty (well, we all learn everyday).
I asked him when he will pay, but he replied that he was out of fund and will pay after he receive a gig.
All this dragged on for over 1 month. I was on the brink on giving up when he messaged me for the whole process.
Bought $1 at networksolutions
Hold time was around 2 months.
Sold new//homes//near//me//com for $1980.
This was via afternic. Listed it on undeveloped for $599 (which was the landing page) but buyer went for the higher price on afternic
Bought $1 via networksolutions
Hold time was 4 months
I don't really like Afternic delay in terms of payment. Unlike undeveloped that pay you within 24 or 48 hours, it took almost 2 weeks to receive my payment.
But I'm happy the buyer didn't pay the $599 that I had on undeveloped.
Got $1584 after the 20% deduction
Thanks for reading.
what roi range did you make on this and how long u held it? sory if mentioned me no speak german.. was it bin? ty.
paid may 25th 2017 50 euro
plus 4 renewals = 16 euro
first offer 400 euro
sold after several month negotiation
$250 - Afternic BIN
Hand regd. No renewal.
You are getting continuous .net sales. Congratulations.
How many .net in your portfolio?
1000 .net + .org
Dropping 95% of them
Domain name: My/ World/ dot/App
Sale price: $4000
Actual received: $3980 ( $20 escrow bank processing fee. Escrow transaction fees of $130 paid by buyer)
Sale venue: Outbound
Purchase price: $220 ( premium domain) +$110 (renewal)
Hold Time: 11 Months 15 Days
Good to Know: Had approached the firm almost 11 months back with a higher price and they had not responded. As renewal month was approaching and I was positive they would buy at a lower offer, I renewed it. They negotiated a bit and we closed the deal.
Great outbound sail! I was wondering if you used some kind of paid service to get in touch with the CEO of said firm.
Sale price: $300
Held for a week
Nice one but could have got more for that....
It depends. If its a corporate, I seek the email ID of the marketing head. If small firm then the CEO/ founder. In the absence of an public email ID, it is not too tough to analyze the email ID pattern/ format of an corporate. If still unsure, you can still insert all the possible formats. Seeing the bounce back report, you can determine which actually reached.
Sold Venue: uniregistry.com
Sold Venue: Godaddy.com
Domain name: VaporGuide.com
Sale price: $120
Sale venue: GD Auctions
Purchase price: $142 (Pheenix Auction)
Hold Time: Almost 3 Years
Good to Know: Another loss incurring sale. Buyer made a $100 offer on the domain name and went silent. I countered him at least 5-6 times in past 1-2 years, but he didnt move, respond and kept quiet. After countering for number of times, I finally countered $20 more than his offered price yesterday, and he accepted
Domain name: StirlingEnergy.com
Sale price: CAD $2500
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