Located in Domain Marketplace Reviews started by JudgeMind, Nov 12, 2015.
Closed another deal today. Amazing experience!
jc ... do u have your dns pointing to them?
I recently was told it can increase your %sales.. but obviously, its more just for accurate stats and graphs and all that.. as there is no direct relation to better sales ratio from having dns point to them.
at least none I can think of. I currently just forward to their sale lander via redirect.. and without the search bar on top.. now that imo can have an impact on sale/lead ratios.. having the searchbar vs not having it
so I make sure not to show it
While the primary determinant in any domain sale is the desire of the buyer - a simple, clear, seamless UI/UX experience will positively influence the buyer and create a greater opportunity to strike a deal.
Hi Tom, Undeveloped 1.0 had a comment field and it was heavily abused to almost only send spam and try to get to bid under your minimum price.
The feature to revoke your counter-offer and send a new offer will be launched soon. Based on all the negotiation data that we see, sending multiple lower counters to buyers without letting the buyer respond first is the biggest deal killer though. So our advice would still be to let the buyer always decide first and react before you lower your price.
It's all about price point validation. End-users often don't know how much a domain is worth and sometimes form a price point based on the price you send them. When you lower your asking price "easily" without them reacting you break down the price point perception and often those leads turn into no sales.
Bye the way: SSL certificates aren't added to newly parked names for 48 hours now due to a hard max limit that we've hit (we've already put SSL on 1.2Million domains).
We're trying to resolve the issue and increase the limit so we can continue generating certs. I'm expecting this issue to be resolved this week but we're dependent on a third party at the moment to give us the green light.
Have you guys noticed the load speed improvements on your for sale pages that we implemented yesterday?
The above is the performance of a lander without a background.
I don't see any SSL even on domains which were added 5-9 days ago...
What is the max time given to buyer on undeveloped to make payment for the domain that is claimed??
Can you please send the domains you're referring to via Support so we can give it a look. We have already identified the problem as stated before so a fix is underway.
The buyer will receive automated reminders and calls from our team for at least three weeks until they pay.
If you'd like to cancel a transaction before that timeframe, simply contact support and they'll do it for you timely. Soon you can also cancel transactions yourself if the payment hasn't been secured within the preferred timeframe.
Hi, just wanted to say how pleased im with Undeveloped, its not complicated, ive had 3 offers, 1 buy it now
Far better than afternic, sedo, flippa, etc, etc
Doing a great job guys!
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