question Make an offer or BIN? How to choose?

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durenmingok

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Hello,everyone

As a domainer,do you usually let the buyer make an offer or do you set the price yourself?
  • How do you usually decide?
 

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I don't know, BIN, make offer but BIN and make offer together is also good imo. Than they know that they don't have to come up with low bids.
 
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I like BIN offers better. I know what they will take and usually make an offer just below that.
 

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As a buyer I would prefer to see the BIN price but also the option of make a offer based on the BIN price.
That is why I added both this options on my personal web.
P.s. I hate auctions, that is why when shopping on Ebay I prefer Buy Now items to buy and stay away from auctions.
 

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Hello,everyone

As a domainer,do you usually let the buyer make an offer or do you set the price yourself?
  • How do you usually decide?

Unless you have an outstanding domain, a bin makes sense.

If set a buy it now price and you choose to allow fast-transfer, your domains will be available for sale at dozens of registrars and market places, including web.com, domain.com, networksolutions.com, afternic.com, sedo.com, etc..
 
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