Labeled as various in Domain Selling and Domain Sales started by RJ, Apr 19, 2005.
CENTRALCRM.com has been sold.
Listed Price: $2650
Sale Type: BIN
Sale Date: 16-September-2019
Paid Date: 19-September-2019 (expected)
Reg Date: 30-December-2003
Hold Time: 15.75 years
Reg Cost: $8
Reg Type: Hand Registration
Reg Registrar: GoDaddy
$ 2,650 Sale Price
$ -126 Total holding Costs over 15.75 years (including purchase)
$ -663 25% Brandpa sales fee
$ 4 Lifetime Parking Earnings
$ 1,866 Net profit
Congratulations! Do you listed it with best offer only or Fixed Price with best offer option?
Domain name: GlobalLogistic//com
Sale venue: Outbound, payment via Escrow
Sale price: $4500
Purchase price: $530
Details: Sold in 18 days after acquisition via outbound.
Note- Sold 3 months ago
A/V/A/N/T/T/A dot com
Registered & listed: 2018-03-21
Sold for $1849
This domain name was bought with an installment plan (6 months). I was paid the last installment several days ago, therefore I'm reporting it now when the sale is fully closed.
My current portfolio size: 185 premium domain names.
b/y/1 dot co
hand registered via epik $1 promotion 2 months ago
Sold Price: $100
Sale type: make offer
Sold on Flippa by Negotiation.
Purchase price: $24.99 on Dynadot Drop.
Holding time: 32 days.
$250 on ebay. $40 overhead . Picked it up yesterday for reg fee when it dropped. When I listed it I was thinking I'm probably underpricing it even though I was interested in a quick sale.
I'm sure squadhelp or brandbucket would have accepted it. Good luck to the buyer maybe he will wait it out for x,xxx.
Domain: Fool/Me/Twice [dot] com
Asking price: $2,495
Sale price: $2,000
Purchase price: $120 (plus $10 renewal)
Net profit: $1,370
Purchased privately on NamePros approx. 18 months ago.
Bittersweet sale for me as this was one of my favourite names. Part of me feels I should have pulled it off Brandpa and listed it at a higher price. Another part of me feels that the name's potential customer pool is limited, and it was priced right.
Ultimately I'm happy with the sale. It's my first one on a brandable marketplace, and my first sale of an "expression" name.
Congrats Joe, the buyer will be selling jewelry on this domain, interesting choice.
Domains: Hostel.co.in and Hostels.co.in
Purchase price: Approx $60 for the pair.
Asking price: £825 GBP each
Sale price: £825 GBP each
Commission: 8% flat fee (No other fees)
Additional comments: Really enjoying the platform they’re building at DaaZ.com and was thrilled to close the above deal end to end in 4 hours (from sale agreement to sale closure, including sending the funds to my bank account)! Just received payment for another .in domain there for £2522 which I will report once everything is done and dusted 🙂
Purchase Price: 1$
Sold Price: 4500$ Afternic Bin
Hold time - 11 months
Profit 4500-900$ ( afternic commission) - 1$ = 3599$
yes ... Fast transfer method
Crux / Pay /// com
Regged on Drop. Hold time 10 months
Price: $1,799 ($1,999 original price with a $200 discount)
Hold time: 3 months
Social // Media // Event dot com
$600 afternic BIN
If I recall correctly, purchase price was about $25 from an expiring auction about 2 years ago.
I have the plural version too (ends with 'events', I'm going to toss an even lower BIN on it for a few days and see what happens.)
I've been playing around with pricing, dropping some names to levels that I think are too tempting for people to pass up if they stumble across it. Definitely leaving some money on the table if you've seen my other recent sales posted here, but my sell through % has been incredible.
Until a few days ago, this name was priced in the $1200 range. I wonder if lowering it is what got it sold, or if this end-user would have bought it anyways. Would they have paid 5k? 10k? I'll never know.
It seems like good inventory is getting harder to come by, so I'm likely going to try leaving more names un-priced. It's nice to get $600-$900 sales fairly regularly on a portfolio that's only had about 30-40 names in it until very recently...
But if I'm pricing things at tempting BINs, I'll never break through and get my first sale over 1k, let alone those multi-thousand dollar sales. Anyways, thanks for reading, I like to ramble a bit and give my perspective when something sells, I'm still very inexperience and always open to feedback.
Can I suggest waiting for the WHOIS refreshes with the new owners info (assuming it is not placed on privacy) and market the plural to them. Going direct you avoid the market commission and they would probably want to protect a competitor from getting it.
It was a make offer listing. There wasn't a fixed price.
opening offer $250, it was easy to do research on the buyer, distinctive, uncommon name, I could not imagine why he wanted Gamut.io, I countered at $888 he came back $700, I accepted.
Purchased at Name.com in their expiring names, for the lowest price rung for .io $58.99 on 4/30/2019.
Beagle / .cc $299
Via Afternic BIN
Purchased it right here on NamePros, in the Bargain bin for $5 in mid June
No offense... your counter was bit low...I would have countered $2500 at least, it's a dictionary word and .io buyers are all tech companies... recently got an offer on two Crypto words combo .io name of $100 countered $20k...now at $1100 will sale higher but the buyer is reluctant... anyways, congrats
I cared nothing about the name, wanted it gone, and from researching the person I don't believe they were ever coming anywhere close to $1,500 let alone $2,500. I am happy with 11x on names that mean absolutely nothing to me.
Granted . App $900. Cost 12+12. GD Auctions make offer.
Domain Name: I/n/s/I/d/e/S/h/I/p/p/I/n/g in King 9/19
Acquired: 9/18 Netsol Hand Reg
Venue: Sedo Make Offer / Initial $50 offer and got up to $600 but I pushed for $1000 and went cold for 2 weeks. Offer then came in for $300 and thinking it was same buyer I countered at $600. They countered for $500 and I agreed. $100 lesson learned..
Profit: Less the $75 Sedo Fee and the Reg
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