08 Jul '18, 12am

Got a lowball offer for your #domain name? Here’s how to respond internationally https://t.co/4xxNlKwlLG

There are many ways to respond to a lowball offer , when it arrives in the form of single or double digits. Even higher price ranges are considered lowball, when the amount offered in no way matches the quality of the domain, such as LLL .com domains or generics. A common approach would be to lash out at the individual who sent the offer. You can try infusing anger with irony, but neither option is as satisfying. If it arrives through a third party system, such as the Uniregistry Market, it can get you in hot water for responding to customers inappropriately. Here’s a good response for international offers , those silly amounts in the $1 – $100 range that arrive with a lot of “wisdom” about the intended use: blog, personal page, not for profit, no budget, etc. Lowball offers – Photo by Steve Johnson on Unsplash In more than 90% of these cases, the ccTLD is available, so pr...

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