Labeled as various in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by RJ, Apr 19, 2005
Maybe the same buyer
Afternic, though parked at DAN
Acquired for $48 in 2018
Nice sale! I let this one drop so glad to see you got a sale out of it...Kudos!
do you have BIN prices on both sites?
Sold sovereign(.) life 2 weeks back.
Sell Price - $486
Buy Price - $8
Hold Time - Around 8 mts.
Wanted to share my first five figure sale with you fine folks:
Asking price: $28,500
Sale price: $31,350 over 24 installments (includes 10% markup)
Purchase price: PM me if interested
Hold time: 13 months
This name had received quite a lot of interest in the year that I owned it, including a $4.5K offer and a $5K offer from two separate parties.
Pricing the name proved to be a great learning experience for me, and I'd like to thank @bmugford and @Dave for discussing it with me and helping to give me some confidence in my valuation abilities.
In the end the sale came about thanks to an email forwarding technique discussed here: https://www.namepros.com/threads/an-email.1163416/#post-7500058. Thank you to @Zilla for that.
Thanks also to the entire NamePros community. It continues to be a wonderful place to learn the industry and grow as an investor.
Congratulations @Joe Nichols with this Good 5 Figure Sales.Also Kudos to you as the Domain is also a good one with huge value to an End User.
BTW Thank You with that Email Catching stuff and I will try for my Domains too.
Congrats on the sale @Joe Nichols. I am not surprised it sold for that price range.
It is an excellent domain name, and probably even better with the distance learning going on in the world at the moment.
Thanks for the shout-out. I am glad the discussion we had was helpful.
Congratulations on the sale @Joe Nichols ....very nice 5 figure name...and I fully agree NP is a great community and all of us can learn from each others here.
bought from other or catch drop? how long you keep this domain?
Landed my first Afternic sale, which is also my first 4-figure sale ever. I will chalk up this sale due to COVID-19. I would have priced this one higher if I had actually remembered that I had it. This was one of my experimental purchases as I started learning about purposely selling domain names and was going to drop this one by the renew time.
Domain Name: h/a/n/d/d/e/s/i/n/f/e/k/t/i/o/n/(.com)
Sale price: $1,288
Purchase price: $9
Hold time: 9 months
Dont doubt the price. Even with commission $1k+ net.
Impressive. Thanks for sharing The price was right
You're right about not doubting the price. I'm just greedy for the most part.
Since I haven't received that stimulus check yet in the US, this sale came right on time.
I appreciate the kind words!
Refuel //// xyz
Regfee + Renewal
definitely sold cheap! But buyer had the upper hand in negotiations and he caught me In a "good" mood.
- sold for $142 Afternic, BIN, fast-transfer
- Reg. $11.17 (GoDaddy)
- Hold time 6 months and 2 days
You're getting good results with outbound, so how many leads you contacted for getting this sale? Also, did you highlight any benefit (like search+ cpc metrics or branding value) for getting this sale?
Around 10 leads with 2 follow ups. I didn't mention any benefit, just that it was for sale with purchase link
Т/\е/\х/\t/\l/\а/\b (at) co
Sold $100 via sedo
reg $1.99 (epik)
holdtime: 2 months
Well funny thing is this name was listed sale in NP for only $3 by me but no one buy it but lucky me I got offer from my sedo account same day.
Sold 5GPod*com via Dan for $1,000 in mid April. This was a hand reg I had owned for a couple of years.
I know that you offered RLPH to me at a higher price, but I would have bought at $550! I had no idea that negotiations were still going on. Congrats, the sale though. It is obviously a buyer's market for LLLL right now.
after 5 sales of ranging $190 to $550,
just an end user deal is completed.
Thank You NamePros and NamePros members for teaching me and motivates me to work harder in the line of domaining.
Buyer offered $750 ...But settled on $2500 after exchanging some chats on dan.com
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