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Report Completed Domain Name Sales Here

Labeled as various in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by RJ, Apr 19, 2005

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  1. Haykay2005

    Haykay2005 Top Contributor VIP

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    Sold T/a/s/k/S/h/i/f/t in king for $3500 at Brandpa, acquired $1 netsol plus one renewal . Then b/o/l/d/b/u/i/l/d in king for $1000. Also a $1 netsol plus one renewal. via LinkedIn outbound.
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  2. Haykay2005

    Haykay2005 Top Contributor VIP

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    Sorry for the bad punctuations and scattered report, am on mobile pls
     
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  3. alcy

    alcy Top Contributor VIP

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    sorry i do not know about BP... it means your domain redirected lander there right? would you say its safe to conclude this name would not sell without BP or the buyer would find u on another lander anyway? ty
     
  4. Rob Monster

    Rob Monster CEO, Epik Epik.com Staff PRO VIP Gold Account

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    PROJECT_MAKEOVER_COM

    Completed sale for $20,300

    Cost basis was $0

    What is notable about this sale is that it was made possible by a donation of an expiring/dropping name from @Blitzpotz back in September 2019 as a result of this initiative:

    https://www.namepros.com/threads/poll-for-the-goodwill-of-domains-digital-empowerment-brand.1157478/

    We previously had an offer through Afternic for $3500 which did not close. The amount of $20,300 was funded via wire transfer this morning.

    The eRise project is still bootstrap but this sale puts fresh gas in that tank. So far, eRise has funded two main projects: (1) DomainGraduate and (2) Toki OS.

    Anyway, big thanks are due to @Blitzpotz -- he is one of the nicest guys in the industry. His generosity in donating what he may have thought was a trash name ended up being a big blessing in 2020.
     
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  5. wildomains

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    SoftBoil dot com, $199

    Afternic

    Cost me £1.20

    Held for 6 months before it sold
     
  6. DnFolk

    DnFolk Top Member Epik.com Staff VIP

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    Handreg in last october (2019) sold this year in april 2020 for 999 BIN 20200626_144329.jpg
     
  7. alcy

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    most welcome sale.. cause for me now sales and offers are quite slow.. id say in last 1-2 months.. this is easpecially sweet since its a VR virutal reality related sale/domain... my first niche of inveastment when i started in 2015, and of which i stil hold some 200 com related vr names

    rock,,,star,,,,vr,,,,,,,,.com......2500$...offer dan...no outbound... <1yr reg
     
  8. WaveNames

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    In .Net

    I/n/t/e/r/n/e/t/O/f/V/a/l/u/e

    Offer through Sedo.
    Initial offer: $200
    Negotiated final sale price: $1,111.00
    Sedo commission: $166.65
    Net: $944.35

    Was a hand reg off a drop in 2017, I think.
    Still holding the .org.
     
  9. Mudkip

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    luma (dot) net
    Purchase price: $505
    Sales price: $2995
    Sales venue: Afternic BIN
    Hold time: 22 months
     
  10. GoodKindName

    GoodKindName Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    My first sale! Happened about a week ago.

    Domain: E x a m (dot) T o o l s
    Sale venue: DAN
    Listing type: Make offer
    Asking price: 3000$
    Sale price: 2000$ (1820$ after comission)
    Purchase venue: Hand-reg
    Purchase price: 7$
    Hold time: 2 months
    Overall portfolio size: 850
    Started 4 months ago. The first and only sale so far.
    Details: the first offer was 250$, I countered with 3000$, the buyer said 1000$. I kindly told won't sell for less than 2K. Got 2K then :) Guess this name was a lucky ticket. Happy about this sale, everything went really smooth. Could demand a higher price I think but still happy enough, and I wish all the best to this great person who bought it (I see it's been used already).
     
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  11. sircc

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    Sold a com at Dan.

    productive///
    ///growth

    2 month hold time, hand reg.
    Inbound, negotiated from $500 offer.
    Net $682.50
     
  12. ecomslice

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    sorry i do not know about Dan... it means your domain redirected lander there right? would you say its safe to conclude this name would not sell without Dan or the buyer would find u on another lander anyway? ty
     
  13. thedotsol

    thedotsol TheDotSolutions.com

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    Purchase price:
    $8 ($1 NetSol promo handreg + $6.99 transfer to Epik)
    Sale Price: $800
    Sale Venue: Afternic

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  14. Branded Domains

    Branded Domains Be You VIP

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  15. DomainGist

    DomainGist BigDomains.co.uk VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Two sales in the past few days to report, the 2nd and 3rd this month and my first three sales since returning to domaining just 8 weeks ago with fewer than 10 domains to my name!


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    This was a really hard one to bring myself to listing as this was the domain I used for a startup that I put a lot of work into, reached almost 10k page views per day and well inside Alexa Top 100,000 but I abandoned the project as found it hard to monetise. I listed it a month ago and priced it to sell with a low BIN, buyer got a good deal as some decent backlinks and like 400+ hits a month to my Dan lander, but suspect they've purchased for the link juice to direct it to their own project rather than to develop.

    Acquired: Hand Reg, March 2016
    Sold Date: June 2020
    Platform: Afternic
    Price: $495

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    Man I was fond of this domain but held for a good few years and the obvious buyer (business of that name) didn't bite at $4000, $3000 or $2500 or $2000 so I priced to sell at $1495 and its gone. Think the buyer, whoever it was, got it cheap as it has very strong brand potential.

    Acquired: January 2018. Godaddy Expired at about $15 + renewal or something like that.
    Sold: June 2020
    Price: $1495
    Platform: Dan


    Both were definitely priced to sell but I've got some good buying opportunities at the moment that I need capital to take advantage of as I'm rebuilding from scratch and I've got a website to populate..... my portfolio is still only 102 domains so 3 sales for $2850 isn't bad going at all!
     
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  16. nhauctions

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    Sold White / Lives / Dont / Matter - com.

    I saw an article in the newspaper about how some UK academic got in trouble for saying that white lives don't matter. I checked and the domain was still available, so registered it 4 days ago on 26 June. Added it to Dan for $495. Got an offer for $200 yesterday and accepted it. Sale completed today.

    Cost $7
    Got $182 after Dan fee
    $175 profit in 4 days

    My second Dan sale in 2 months.
     
  17. clarkemarketing

    clarkemarketing Top Contributor VIP

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    Some of my recent sales (all sold at BIN price in last few months):

    iCryptoWorld dot king - $495 via GoDaddy (hand reg in 2019)
    77097 dot king - $1495 via GoDaddy (paid $820 at DropCatch in 2019)
    971M dot king - $295 via Sedo (paid $20 at NamePros BIN in 2018)
    SportCBD dot king - $3895 via Sedo (paid $417 at GD Auctions in 2018)
    TKNE dot king - $1995 via Afternic (paid $160 at GD auctions in 2018)
    BZQV dot king - $995 via DAN (paid $125 at GD Auctions in 2018)
    CryptoSilver dot org - $395 via Sedo (paid $7 at NamePros auction in 2018)
    G66G dot king - $295 via GoDaddy (paid $35 at GD Auctions in 2018)
    Yokimo dot king - $2395 via BrandBucket (paid $19 at NamePros BIN in 2018)
    BITX dot net - $1795 via GoDaddy (paid $95 at GD auctions in Feb)
    DSAZ dot king - $2995 via GoDaddy (paid $277 at GD auctions in 2018)
    BVVU dot king - $1495 via Afternic (paid $115 at GD auctions in 2019)
    BitcoinSF dot king - $495 via Afternic (paid $10 at GD Auctions in 2018)
     
  18. alcy

    alcy Top Contributor VIP

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    nice! have u ever tried all makeoffer only? if so how did u find yer sales then compared to all bins? ty.
     
  19. DomainGist

    DomainGist BigDomains.co.uk VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    All bins at fair prices beats make offer all day long.

    Most people don't want to enter into a blind negotiation, what other shop can you think of which doesn't have prices?

    Even a used car showroom has a list price, even if negotiation downwards is usually possible.
     
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  20. alcy

    alcy Top Contributor VIP

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    yes but the fair price part can easily be deal breaker for all.
     
  21. DomainGist

    DomainGist BigDomains.co.uk VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    The hassle of having to make an enquiry for a domain where it doesn't look like the seller is motivated is a deal breaker for a lot of buyers.

    I honestly think that the best way is to decide on a price, list it across marketplaces at consistent pricing, then set and forget.... wait for your 'sold' emails from Dan/Afternic/Sedo.

    Yes you may be leaving a bit of money on the table sometimes, but if you are running a business it is about overall revenue & profit, not shooting for an impressive individual sale price for vanity like Mike Mann.

    Who are the most successful people in this game? Reberry's. How does Huge Domains price? BIN.

    They'll have done all the tests and have all the data necessary to answer your question.
     
  22. .X.

    .X. In God I Trust VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    G8C.com sale.png

    Bought at Auction for $293

    Hold Time 1 1/2 years
     
  23. slader23

    slader23 Always On The Bleeding Edge. VIP

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    Domain: Qedex(.)com
    Price: $1k (6 month payment plan)
    Venue:Dan.com make offer.
    Hold time: 2.5 years
    Cost: $5 close out+2 renewals

    Acquisition reasoning: Ends in EDEX.


    No further details. Thanks!
     
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  24. M0rd0r

    M0rd0r Established Member

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    In the .com

    M_o_d_e_r_n_C_o_u_c_h

    Offer via outbound on Linkedin.
    Final price: $300

    Closed via Dan.com leads. Cheap and efficient.

    Domain bought on Expired Domain Auction on June 2020.
    Holding time <1 month
     
  25. golan

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    I can't believe it could survive all the way down to $5. Congrats!
     

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