Domain name Offer

Started by sebastian, Sep 05, 2022, 12:29 AM

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sebastianTopic starter

Let's say I bought some domain name from an auction, but I didn't find an obvious buyer for it, do you think it can be done in the form of a commercial offer? And offer it yourself?
For instance, I have a domain tabtea.com I myself will not sell it, but if I find a company, for example Tabaristan tea, and offer them? What do you think?
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troll22

of course, it is possible to offer somebody, but in this case you immediately take the position of the petitioner, i.e. you lose the position of the master of the situation. And that is not very good for trading.

I have already sold an Austrian domain for a long time (nadming.at ), wrote to the company that was engaged in branding. But they gave a small price, I decided to agree, because I understood that no one else would buy it from me.
when you offer it yourself, you can't get a good price. It is better to pickle, and even better to make a site on the domain name so that it does not stand idle in vain. Then you can sell it without a website, but it will pay off.
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AmarInfotech

If you offer the domain to the buyer yourself, it is unlikely that you will be able to get a good price.
Firstly, maybe they do not need this domain, and they can take it, but very cheaply.
Secondly, they may be needed, but they are not yet ready to give good money. Either you have to wait a long time, or lower the cost of the transaction.
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