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    Where to sell a domain with free listing?

    I'm looking for domain sale sites where I can list a domain name for sale for free and pay the commission on sale.

    Is a listing with Afternic free?

    Anyone have experience using a free listing at SEDO?

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    Yes Afternic is free. (...but a terrible bulk upload imo, will take weeks before completed).

    Godaddy Auctions. Commision 10%. Paypal payment.
    Godaddy Premium listing. Commision 30% (more exposure than 'Auctions'). Payment only by check.

    Most of my domains are parked with Sedo. 10-15% commision with a minimum $60. Paypal/bank payment.

    There are also brokers like Toby Clements TobyClements.com Daily Domain Newsletter (commision 15% with a minimum of $250, may be lower on $xxx domains). He's not accepting all domains but he has a subscribers list of 16k with an almost daily newsletter.

    Mediaoptions ( MediaOptions.com ) is another broker but I haven't used them.

    As far as i know, listings are always free.

    I have sold names through Godaddy Auctions/Premium and Sedo too but only after having contacting endusers myself. I also have my second domain with Toby at the moment.

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    Well, if the domain is at namecheap, they do have an active market place for domains!

    Remember though, just about every forum has a place to sell domains.

    I think dnf, namepros and dp cover the most sales and purchases of domains.
    In that order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    Most of my domains are parked with Sedo. 10-15% commision with a minimum $60. Paypal/bank payment.
    Do I need to park the domain at Sedo or can I continue to publish content?

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    As far as I know, you don't need to park the domain as SEDO in order to list it.

    I would also list on Godaddy, as well. I have had pretty good luck with their domain auction listings, as well. If it doesn't sell, you can re-list it on Godaddy's auctions.
    Need links? Try AuthorLinks where you can buy or sell links based on Authorship and Klout score. Check out my blog or like me on Facebook.

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    Just for the records, it's also possible to list on Afternic without parking there.

    It's also possible to list at Godaddy Auctions and Premium simultanously but the premium listings get more exposure when someone's searching for domains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhartzer View Post
    As far as I know, you don't need to park the domain as SEDO in order to list it.

    I would also list on Godaddy, as well. I have had pretty good luck with their domain auction listings, as well. If it doesn't sell, you can re-list it on Godaddy's auctions.
    Bill, since we are on the subject of domain listings, what pricing models BIN or 'Make Offer' do you recommend?

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    Hi, on Free-Flip.com you can list your domains totally for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domainfritz View Post
    Hi, on Free-Flip.com you can list your domains totally for free.
    Every online venue may help when it comes to domaining. I recommend announcing your service in our domain marketplace: Domains

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    Actually, if the site is live and has content than a simple "this website is for sale" linking to a new landing page on the site should be enough. There are plenty of people who search for 'website for sale' along with certain keywords, and it's free to advertise on your own site.
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    In addition make sure the content on the website for sale homepage is related to the keywords. eg. "This online dating website domain name soandso.com is for sale".
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