Domain Boot Camp: Our 2-Day Domain Training Workshop Coming May 5-6th in San Diego

Would you like to learn the valuable insights, tools and secrets that can help you reach and surpass your goals in the domain business?

Come join us live at Domain Boot Camp, our upcoming two-day domain training workshop taking place May 5-6 in San Diego. This accelerated program delivers our many years of expertise on domains while giving you a nice opportunity to network with us and other attendees. Read the rest of this entry »


Domain Sales Exposure Through GoDaddy Premium Listings Vs. GoDaddy Auctions

It’s hard to know how different sales avenues work for you until you try them. At the very least though, you should know exactly how they help you sell your domain.

We’ve previously discussed GoDaddy Premium Listings, which we recommend for selling your domains if they are registered on GoDaddy. If your domains aren’t registered on GoDaddy, then listing them in Afternic or Sedo will include them in GoDaddy Auctions, which is GoDaddy’s robust sales platform. Read the rest of this entry »

What You Need to Do After Your Domain Sells

You’ve reached the agreement, received payment and transferred the domain – congratulations, you’ve made a domain sale! The process isn’t over yet however.

It’s easy to overlook what needs to happen once your domain has sold. Sometimes missing a step can cause problems for the buyer or worse, may even cause the buyer to dispute the purchase! Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t Overlook GoDaddy Premium Listings When Selling Domains Registered On GoDaddy

Often when people talking about listing domains for sale, Sedo and Afternic come up in discussion. While those are the two largest domain marketplaces and you can list any domains there, there’s a unique option for domains registered at GoDaddy that may even produce bigger results: GoDaddy Premium Listings.

What are GoDaddy Premium Listings?

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How Do You Put a Price On a Domain You’re Selling?

The dilemma many people find themselves in when they’re out to sell a domain is how to price it. You might think you need an appraisal to figure it out. In fact, pricing a domain is less about what it’s actually worth and more about other factors.

First off, keep in mind that there is no single value for any domain. The value of a domain is always a range, and it’s impossible to determine the exact range. Many domains that you might not even register others might pay thousands for. Our post “How Much Is My Domain Worth?” goes more into this and illustrates why we don’t give value opinions of domains when people ask. Read the rest of this entry »