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Where to find a good Domain Broker?

Labeled as advice in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Volontier, May 11, 2020

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  1. Volontier

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    Do you guys have any recommendations on where to find a domain broker who would help me sell my domain names?

    Thank you, appreciate any ideas.
     
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    You kind of need the tier of names that would have leads coming in to you already, so if your names don't get messages at least every now and then from interested parties, it's unlikely a broker would want to spend time trying to outbound them. Not saying you don't have those types of names, I have no idea, just putting it out there because a lot of people seem to think a broker holds some magic key to selling handreg brandables for 4k and would want to spend their time on that, when in reality I think they are best suited for trying to get the best prices for names that are already in demand.

    Good luck!
     
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    Feel free to PM me the names. I do know a few people that broker names. I can ask them if they are interested.
     
  8. tldboss

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    https://www.namepros.com/threads/lo...-broker-to-help-me-sell-my-portoflio.1189160/

    Your domains are not bad. However, I don't believe any successful and experienced broker will help sell your portfolio.

    Normally, they take on real premium names such as zoom, chocolate etc

    Besides, most of them have their own, likely better quality or same quality as yours. I don't see why they would spend time on your portfolio instead of theirs.

    Hope you find an experienced broker to sell your names. Good luck!!
     
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    And where do brokers look to find good names? As it isn't with the people actually looking for brokers.
     
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    You don't find them. They find you.
     
  11. Reddstagg

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    Good afternoon,

    I hate to say it, but getting someone else to do the sometimes lengthy and detailed researching that is required to sell domain names is in my opinion a lazy option.

    Now, if you are wealthy already and your time is valuable, then it makes economic sense and sense in terms of your time saved to have someone do the research for you.

    However, if you are just looking for a shortcut then you will be disappointed. There is no substitute for learning the hard way through the normal channels of hard work or determination.

    It makes more sense to put the work in before you buy or register domain names and again, it will help you to learn about the business and more importantly, you will learn about yourself.

    Enjoy your journey.

    Regards,

    Reddstagg
     

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