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Where do you contact good end users and buyers ?

Located in General Domain Discussion, started by GoodFortunes, Feb 8, 2017

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  1. GoodFortunes

    GoodFortunes Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    I have a few names that will most likely fetch between 1-2k

    Can someone recommend a good place to contact end users and buyers ?
     
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  2. Ted.T

    Ted.T Top Contributor VIP

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    Google, the best place :)
    Or you think that your buyers have a secret cave where they meet and wait for you?
     
  3. Ross Murray

    Ross Murray Restricted (Proxy Risk)

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    Use Google and Bing (Search algorithm of bing is different fro that of google). Simplest old fashioned way to find the potential end users. Best of Luck!!
     
  4. Billy Wagner

    Billy Wagner Nameplicity.com VIP

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    Google. Search for similar domains/keywords, create a list of the sites that come up and are relevant, and start contacting them.

    If they do it's probably Bin Ladens old abandoned cave.
     
  5. ChelseaDott

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    You could google and find direct leads for them. Whois their domain and maybe you'll find their e-mail ids.
     
  6. Robert91

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    Google, bing and duck duck go are good.
     
  7. daewon fernandis

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    google leads are the best leads ie good end users and buyers
     
  8. Flipbe

    Flipbe Account Closed (Disallowed)

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    If your domains value more than 100$ for each one I recommend flippa.com or sedo.com(listing fees 19-59$ - high commission)

    However you can use domain brokers but they will charge high commission

    If your domains value less than 100$- you have to use ebay or freemarket.com (free listing fees and just 5% of final successful price)
     
  9. Pierre Barnard

    Pierre Barnard Top Contributor VIP

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    Anyone still using freemarket.com?
     
  10. Flipbe

    Flipbe Account Closed (Disallowed)

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    Yes, they increased as well after flippa higher its fees
     
  11. biggie

    biggie GreenFriendly.com VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    really?

    and what are they?


    imo....
     
  12. TampaDomains

    TampaDomains Established Member

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    There is some great software out there to save you hours from searching thru google.
     
  13. TampaDomains

    TampaDomains Established Member

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    Never since they botched up my sale there a few months back.
     
  14. TampaDomains

    TampaDomains Established Member

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    I have had no luck on Flippa auctions. I have had some sales from people seeing my portfolio listings there that are free minus the 10% fee, which is 15% now I think.

    ebay I have made a sale for a couple $100 but mostly just get a few bucks for domains I am letting expire anyway.
     
  15. Kate

    Kate Domainosaurus Rex VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Have good names => buyers will contact you.
     

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