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Where & How to sell domains quick after registration?

Located in Domain Beginners started by Ali001010, Oct 2, 2019.

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  1. Ali001010

    Ali001010 New Member

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    How we can sell domains quick just after registration?
    Where we can sell our domains after registration due to ICANN 60 days rule?
     
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  2. KTC

    KTC Established Member

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    Depending on where you register, some registrars have their own marketplaces that you can sell your domains in and they can push from your account to the buyer's account. Wherever you registered your domain in, I would start there.
     
  3. Ali001010

    Ali001010 New Member

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    Sir I registred my domains at Godaddy & for selling these at Godaddy Auction. Auction does not work even my domains were not in search list.
    So what do you think?
     
  4. KTC

    KTC Established Member

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    Sometimes, GoDaddy will end up taking a day or two to get itself into the auctions list. If it doesn't show up, then delete it from your auctions and reupload it.

    Also, you could create a landing page on your own web space or use DAN or EPIK's landing pages for type-in traffic.
     
  5. Ostrados

    Ostrados Entrepreneur VIP

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    You can sell them anywhere (Namepros, Sedo, Dan ..etc) and push the domain to the buyer after sale is completed, so the buyer will have to create a Godaddy account if he does not have one.

    It happened with me several times before (selling a domain during 60 days period), for example I had once a sale at Sedo where the domain was locked, I simply told them that the domain is locked and only push is available, and everything went smoothly.

    But be aware to only do this with domains that are registered with a popular registrar like Godaddy, because everyone has a Godaddy account, if the domain is registered with an unpopular registrar then the buyer might not like that and may cancel or ask for refund.
     
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2019
  6. myfavorite

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    I suggest you equally consider how to register/buy great domains along with how to sale it fast.
     

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