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The best time to start and end your domain auction.

Located in General Domain Discussion, started by abcdomainer, Jan 7, 2016

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  1. abcdomainer

    abcdomainer Established Member

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    Picking the right days can maximize your chances at excellent auction participation.
    I think weekend days are usually better than weekdays.My favorite day to end an aution on Sedo is Sunday evening.This is the absolute highest time of bidding activity.
    What experiences have you made ?
     
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  2. Willox Perez

    Willox Perez Member

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    Based on the past experience Sunday is an awesome day to end any auction since most people are home and usually great to start it on Sunday. When it comes to Flippa has worked great and for back in the day selling on Ebay =-D The only time you want to avoid putting auctions all together are during the holidays since a lot of people are busy.

    - Will
     
  3. FPForum

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    I agree with Will that holidays are definitely not a good time. As for ending auctions on Sunday, it's certainly better than Saturday's as lots of people aren't home or in front of their PC's on Saturday. I've found that usually late morning to early afternoon is good time wise, and Sunday through Tuesday would be ideal for the days..
     
  4. Noe

    Noe Girls are like domains, the ones I like are taken. ★★★★★★★★★★

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    +1 for Sunday evening.
     
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