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Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion, started by erchaman, Nov 8, 2019

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  1. erchaman

    erchaman Top Contributor VIP

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    Hello Domainers!

    Time is passing by, and I just want to listen your best suggestions when you need to sell your domains ( outbound ) to the correct end user.

    Looking for a whois is harder sometimes, and some free sources came to pay sources in order to find a list to potentional end users.

    Which tips/sources/software are you using to reach your end users to sell your domains?
    (Free sources preffered)

    Thank you in advance.
     
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  2. Sinbad

    Sinbad Top Contributor VIP

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    Google is number other source depends on domain.
    What's your domain niche ? So that we can help better.
     
  3. MTB

    MTB Established Member

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    • NASDAQ (company search)
    • WIPO (trademark search)
    • Yahoo! Finance
    • Google (& Google News)
    • Bloomberg Business
    • Crunchbase
     
  4. damance

    damance Top Contributor VIP

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    google
    semrush
    bing
    namedroppers
    dofo
     
  5. erchaman

    erchaman Top Contributor VIP

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    I appreciate your suggestions, that would be help a lot thank you.
     
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  7. enterscope

    enterscope Domain Investments

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    Estibot has a very nice lead gen tool.
     
  8. Joe Nichols

    Joe Nichols Common sense consultant VIP

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    Some great suggestions here already. Generally, your search tools will vary depending on the type of name you're selling. My three favourites are Google, LinkedIn, and CrunchBase.

    Keep in mind that outbound selling, combined with these tools, works best for generic domain names that would be of interest to several existing companies, and that cannot easily be attributed to an existing brand.

    If your name is more brandable in nature, your best approach may be to list it at a few marketplaces and wait for inbound inquiries. Brand names are historically very difficult to sell via outbound marketing since you have no way of knowing if the person you contact has any use for it.
     
  9. werty

    werty Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I only use Google and nothing else.
     

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