Discuss and Report Any Details of Domain Name Sales

Started by kotowicz, Jun 21, 2022, 01:56 AM

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kotowiczTopic starter

Got my second domain sale today! New Orleans + 2 keywords .com for $300.00 to end user. I emailed 28 companies and got a call and closed the deal.
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Allen

Let's be honest, why do you post a sale? To show your success, to prove that your selling model works, to share your experience, to post some relevant info to the entire industry and help others to understand what sells at the moment.

Any of these would be completely irrelevant if you don't post the full info about the sale. Majority here don't search the sale backgrounds, but just read the story and make their conclusions. When you post smth like "I sold xхxxхxXX.com for $xхxX, that I bought X time ago for $X. I can't disclose the info because of buyer's privacy" you bring no value to this thread, and your post could be qualified as spam. Plus to this, there is no evidence that the sale occurred.

So, I would advice to post the entire info, or not post at all(if you respect the buyer's privacy)
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chadha

The domain should contain keywords that are related to the product or service. You can also choose a name that would be attractive for a small business, startup, or personal announcement.

I recommend focusing on keywords first, as search engines favor domains that contain keywords. Therefore, they will be easier to evaluate, buy or sell.

If your domain name has the real potential that we talked about in the first step of the domain sale process, then you should share your vision for the future of this domain with anyone who might be interested in it. Take a few minutes to write a paragraph or two about the value of your domain name.

You can write about who will need this domain name or about how it could be used for commercial purposes. Write how you see a developed website with such a domain name. This is very important in order to interest potential buyers.
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