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    How to Sell a Domain Name – with Adam Dicker

    If you are into domaining, I highly recommend one of the hottest interviews at Domain Sherpa so far.

    How to Sell a Domain Name - with Adam Dicker

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    Hi,

    40,000 domain names OMG!!! Looks like the main key is to be able to have the money and sit on it and wait.

    Nice video Loko

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami4u View Post
    Hi,

    40,000 domain names OMG!!! Looks like the main key is to be able to have the money and sit on it and wait.

    Nice video Loko

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    I agree; I haven't cracked the code yet but I think you have to have a lot of domains in order to be able just to sit on them and have the offers coming in.


    Michael is doing an awesome job with his interviews.

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    This is a great interview, thanks for posting! It got me thinking, especially when Adam says he lists 4-letter dot com domain names that don't make sense for $4000.

    Also, I had an enquiry to buy one of my other domains yesterday. And I was given a 3 letter dot net domain a few years back (just had to pay the reg. fee).

    The tip to list your unwanted domains for $100 (I just leave them in limbo) was a slap on the back of the head for me too.

    Another surprising quote from Adam: "if a domain makes $5 a year it's a keeper".

    I really need to get my act together with domains, maybe other people too?
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    It is surprising how many domains that are actually available to register!
    And I am talking about decent to great domains....

    Yet people will haunt auctions and sales to get a domain.

    I tell all to do a search of domains prior to ever purchasing one from a seller.

    Like yesterday, looking for a domain, I found about 20 darn good ones!

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    Like yesterday, looking for a domain, I found about 20 darn good ones!
    When I am thinking to make a new website I always do a lot of searching for an unregistered domain and I never get that many good candidates with say 3 words. Please share your tips

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    Here's what I've learned:
    If you have a good keyword rich domain name, you can contact the site owners who are ranking on 2nd and 3rd page of the search results and tell them about the domain name--and that it's for sale. Also, websites who are listed in the AdWords ads are good targets, as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy101 View Post
    This is a great interview, thanks for posting! It got me thinking, especially when Adam says he lists 4-letter dot com domain names that don't make sense for $4000.
    Yes, I think these are potential moneymakers. Last week, I just started negotiations for a LLLL.com with an insurance company with the same acronym, they were interested. I grabbed this name for $100 and quoted the company lower $xxxx.They were interested but suddenly stopped communicating. I gave them a phone call but then informed me that they are going to change company name.

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