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When it’s time to sell your domain, you need to consider where you’ll be selling it. There are several options for this. In fact, there are so many options available that it might be difficult to decide on one. That’s why it’s a good idea to become familiar with some of the heavy hitters.

  1. Research Recent Comparable Domain Sales

Before you can accurately price your domain, you must look at the current market. Even if you think your domain is worth a lot of money, if the market is oversaturated and comparable sales are far lower than your projection, you might need to re-evaluate your goals or wait for a better time to sell.

  1. Determine and Set Your Domain’s Value

After you’ve done your research on the market, it’s time to attach a price tag to your domain by setting its value. But just because the market says one thing and you believe that your domain is worth a certain amount, it’s still possible that you’re over or under-valuing yourself. That’s why there are domain appraisal tools that can help you figure things out.

  1. Craft Your Listing

Now it’s time to prepare the domain listing that you’re going to be using. This is when you have to eloquently craft a sales pitch that advertises the best features of the domain you’re trying to sell. If you want to really stand out from the crowd, include a lot of information. That means listing more than just the domain name you’re offering and your asking price.

4.List Your Domain

It’s now time to actually list your domain for sale. Similar to how you’d place a “For Sale” sign in front of a house that you were trying to flip, you can create a “For Sale” landing page and pop it up on your domain for interested buyers. Sometimes, before checking a directory, someone might look to see if a domain is available by typing it into their web browser. If a clear and attractive landing page pops up advertising the sale with a direct link to the listing, you’ve created a great sales opportunity.



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