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Your FASTEST domain sale?

Discussion in 'Domain Name Sales' started by KINGOF.TOP, Apr 25, 2016.

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  1. Yuri Kt

    Yuri Kt Active Member VIP

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    The fastest active sale - 2 days, expired auction at GoDaddy $20 ($12 + $8.5 renew)
    2 keywords poker related domain.
    Mailed relatively low offer to owner of site with same KW and prefix "Free". Next day got counter offer.
    The fastest passive sale - 40 days. VR domain, registered June 2, sold through Afternic yesterday (July , 12) for $1450.
     
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  2. ddesigns

    ddesigns Established Member

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    It was .org domain that I handreg and then sold it with an outbound mail in 30 mins for xxx price, the Client waited for few days before I transfer to him, today it is a big site.
     
  3. Haykay2005

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  4. Domain Lead Finder

    Domain Lead Finder Established Member

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    I was on the phone with a client, he wanted a name but it was taken, suddenly he says "do you have (variation of this domain name)?" and I looked it up and it was free to register. I basically had the domain sold before I regged it. This is my fastest flip, but it was pure luck.
     
  5. baseballworld

    baseballworld Restricted VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Fresh reg pickup using a godaddy 99 cent code back in the day flipped it 2 days later for $3,000
     
  6. CakeCode

    CakeCode Active Member VIP

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    awesome

    care to share the domain name ?
     
  7. baseballworld

    baseballworld Restricted VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Private sale I offer disclosure to all my buyer some take it some don't. Offering it can make the difference between getting the sale and losing it.
     
  8. youdn

    youdn Established Member

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    Not yet. Almost half a year. Hope it will become in a minute.
     
  9. TerryJohnson

    TerryJohnson King of Kings

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  10. daica85

    daica85 Owner of eCoupon.io VIP

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    It's an awesome, congrats.
     
  11. Yang Huiting

    Yang Huiting Established Member

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    5hours , singlelady.cn I got for 1USD,sold by 90 USD
     
  12. theSun

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    Grabbed a wrongly priced 4l chips .com for $250, then resold for $900 in 30 minutes
     
  13. gipson

    gipson Next Domain Market VIP

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    CCNYS.com register on 05-jun-2016 , sold the last week for $850.
     
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  14. CakeCode

    CakeCode Active Member VIP

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    about 4 months

    Domain name: Two word educational domain in .com and .net
    Sale venue : Name Jet Broker
    Sale price: $2000 for both
    Commission: 15%
    Total Investment on Both Domains : $50
    Revenue after commission and expense : $1650
    Had the domains for about 4 months, acquired one here and hand regged the other.
     
  15. mitch007

    mitch007 Stop and smell the roses. VIP

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    Bought a domain on ebay for $4 which related to pop group Queen's main singer Freddie Prince as the "great pretender." Sold it to 3 days later to a Queen fan for $1000.
     
  16. B0NES

    B0NES ExpertDN President

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    About 10 mins from when I received the domain
    Bought a closeout domain for $8
    Sold it on sedo buy now for $200
     
  17. BABA23

    BABA23 New Member

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    HOW AND WHERE I SELL .IN DOMAIN ? PLEASE HELP. THANKS
     
  18. skyz21

    skyz21 BrandingUnited.com Gold Account VIP

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    My fastest sale so far was 2 days from the domain hitting my account.

    @BABA23 Try sell them in auction here at NP?
     
  19. VaibhavA

    VaibhavA Active Member VIP

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    Bro, I am not into .in. But generally, I find Godaddy and Namepros good marketplaces for quick flips.
     
  20. BABA23

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    thanx bro
     
  21. matrigaldo

    matrigaldo Domainer since 2007 Blue Account VIP

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    Bought a niche domain here for $25, emailed few end-users and got some offers within few hours. Sold it at $250 the next day.
     
  22. staringatascreen

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    GD just had a $2 .net promo, so I looked on the drop list to find a nice one that just got deleted, regged it for $2, woke up the next day to an email from the guy who owned it saying he accidentally let it expire and desperately wanted it back. He low balled, but some back and forth (I could've gone higher, but I genuinely felt bad) and I gave it back for $350 (plus him paying for PayPal fees).

    So $2 to $350 in 2 days...
     
  23. sarahsdomains

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  24. vital

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    bought a domain for $700 I think, received in my GD account, within 10 minutes listed on a forum just to validate the value - found out the value is even higher than expect. Ended up selling it for $3,5k in one hour.
     
  25. Julio

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    For me was a NOOBS .net name got it for $7.00 sold it for $100.00 an hour later.
     

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