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  1. #1
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    Good Places To Sell Domains/Sites?

    Im looking for good places to sell domain names and websites, like AfterNic.com (but not ebay). Give me your suggestions, thanks!

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    For selling names, see what Bashar says here

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    Yea, dnforums is a good place.
    To assume perfection is merely a display of ignorance.

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    Originally posted by HotLinkHost
    Yea, dnforums is a good place.
    Only if you want to pay to post.

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    Originally posted by HotLinkHost
    Yea, dnforums is a good place.
    But they charge!!

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    yes, but if you plan on selling domains in the future. The cost isn't too much to sell. i think its a one-time $35 fee, after that you never have to pay.

    so if u have lots of domains to sell, i would go there.

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    Originally posted by samj
    The cost isn't too much to sell. i think its a one-time $35 fee, after that you never have to pay.
    FYI: It's actually US$50.95, one-time.
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    Again I say, it's a great place to sell domains.
    To assume perfection is merely a display of ignorance.

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    used to be yearly

    domainstate / namepros is another free forums to sell names.
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    Originally posted by Bashar
    used to be yearly
    To be frank, if I were the owner, I would DEFINITELY charge for annual subscription instead of a one-time "entrance" fee.
    Co-Founder @HostHideout. Profoundly influenced by #Bauhaus, @Nameslave unrepentantly embraces #Minimalism with a bias for functionality, color theory and pixel precision: a #multimedia messenger in the McLuhan sense. His totally irrelevant M.Ed. dissertation examines Organizational Culture and Change Management. He also likes Patrik Ervell, Wong Kar-wai and IKEA.

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    Originally posted by nameslave
    To be frank, if I were the owner, I would DEFINITELY charge for annual subscription instead of a one-time "entrance" fee.
    So would I. IMO, monthly is too much and one time is not enough.
    To assume perfection is merely a display of ignorance.

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    Wow, thanks you guys I will check these places out. $50 is quite a bit though.

    I did find Sedo.com Afternic.com and BuyDomains.com, has anyone tried them?

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    i used sedo and afternic, both smooth but sedo is kinda slow in clearance.
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    It will sometimes depend on the quality of your domains. Most places like Sedo, Afternic and BuyDomains will take most anything (which is not a bad thing). Others like Domain Systems and Great Domains may be a bit more selective, have you sign contracts etc.

    And to avoid any potential problems later on, make sure that you read the terms and conditions you are signing up for.

    Happy selling!

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