27 Apr '11, 10pm

When Selling Domains To End-Users Should You List a Fixed-Price Or Not? via @domainvestors

It really kinda depends on what domain names one is trying to sell. If one has premium or real good product/geo/keyword domains, and knows such, then waiting for the right offer (whatever that be) is good. But most domainers ‘don’t’ have those kind of names, they ‘think’ they do, so they will end up passing on offers, when they shouldn’t of, and waiting for ‘no-one’ to show up with higher ones. As for buying a domain, I don’t think joe enduser likes having to ‘guess’ what they have to pay for domain, and they get discouraged with that process. I think they’d rather know what/where the price is, so they can then decide what’s a good name for their budgets and needs, and then can pick or move on accordingly. And most endusers (are not large businesses) and can live with names in the low $xxx-$xxxx range, which is one reason Afternic/BuyDomains sells so many names, because th...

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