The Art of Selling Domain names on

Started by ShreeVaghani, Jul 13, 2022, 04:39 AM

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It's been a while since I last saw this. Someone is offering to sell a list of 70 domains that were recently registered at a Flippa auction. The listing has already received 48 bids with the current highest bid at $1112.

The description for each domain is impressive, including sales statistics for similar word domains or Adwords stats.


I believe he opted for a paid auction at $9, as the website claims it is the best way to attract bidders. However, the person lacks creativity and the domains are nonsensical.

Merely registering domains does not make one a domainer; even a housewife can do it. It is essential to consider the value of what you register. Nevertheless, Flippa allows anything to be sold on their platform.


Please let me know who is knowledgeable about this. On, there are websites listed for less than five dollars. However, selling through the fixed price option requires a service charge of nine dollars upfront, and it appears that this fee is non-refundable even if the website fails to sell. Moreover, I've noticed auctions with no reserve starting at one dollar.

The cost of listing an auction is even higher than that of the fixed price option. What is the purpose of paying nine dollars if the selling price is only five dollars?