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sgopalam

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Sold the following five on ebay

RealEstate-Company.com
OrangeCounty-Homes.com
OrangeCounty-Home.com
CanadaRE.com
SeattleRE.com

for $1.25 (One dollar twnty five cents)


VegasFair.com and LasVegasFair.com have no takers.

Any way they are my worst.
 
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Hell of a lot of work for a few dollars. At least there someone elses problem now.
 

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hi gopalam this is donny from india.

can you tell me the procedure involved in selling at ebay

is it easy

thanks
 

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you might have lost money on that auction....subtract the insertion fee.
 

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eBay is a dumping gournd. Rarely do good names ever pop up there (yes they do occasionally). I only auction on eBay as a last resort for something that I really do not want (i.e. I am going ot let it expire and Iwould rather get $2 than nothing if it expires).
 
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President Gringo

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Originally posted by alldig
you might have lost money on that auction....subtract the insertion fee.

Well unless he/she registered the names for 10 cents then he would have made a loss for sure.
 

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i don't understand why you'd post that you sold those domains at a loss - i just don't get it!
 

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Originally posted by safesys
i don't understand why you'd post that you sold those domains at a loss - i just don't get it!

Can gain ebay POSITIVE feedback score there, while I gain my Dan buck here just now. :D
 

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Ebay is easy to use, but a poor medium for domain name sales. Over the years, I have personally spent hundreds and hundreds of dollars in insertion fees [ against the advice of knowledgeable domainers ] with no sales. I finally wised up and stopped feeding Ebay.

Their price is waaay too high - you can almost register a domain name for the insertion fee, which is about $5.00 if you choose a few simple options like bold text.

If you have more than one interested buyer for a domain name, Ebay may be good for those two buyers to square off. Using Ebay as a record of sales is also a possible use. I have done this.

But, for general domain name selling, I personally think that Ebay ducks.


quack :D
 

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its true......
ebay is to domain names, as what a junk yard is to a worthless car.
$50 for the parts at most :)

EBAY........where domain go to die :) :)
Afternic... where domains get buried :):)
 
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