Reviving old Afternic price requests

Labeled as question in Domain Beginners started by Jay Ha, Aug 17, 2019.


  1. Jay Ha

    Jay Ha Exploring.. Gold Account VIP

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    Hello fellow NPers.
    I've been in this business for almost 1 year now (as you can see from my date of joining this forum) and I still consider myself a noob so I guess this is the right place to post this thread.

    As said, almost 1 year means, yes, you guessed it. The renewals boogie man is getting closer as ever to our first encounter. Now, being the noob that I am, I didn't price the domains I'm going to let drop to sell (low xxx's) so I guess it is too late to do that now.

    On the other hand, I made a small sale earlier this year which should help offset some of the renewals costs, that's nice. However, I'm still at an -expected- loss.

    Now to make a bit of a cashflow, I am reviewing the Afternic price requests that I have received for my ~100 domains and it appears to be that there are 8 price requests. Unsurprisingly, none of them led to a sale, mostly due to my rookie pricing (you know how it goes). Now, is there a possibility to edit the BIN and floor prices and inform the persons that enquired via an Afternic broker about the new prices? Does anyone has any experience in such scenario?
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  2. vravis9

    vravis9 Top Member VIP

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    Hey @Jay Ha ...

    I got same doubt if there is a chance to contact the leads to offer lower price or know their interests...

    I sent an email to Afternic asking same response...

    Then I recalled that I asked same thing fee months ago and didn't received any reply from them...

    If there is a system like Dan to reach the leads it definitely helps...

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