Where to sell domains?

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This is an old question, I know! But I still need an answer...

I have this website where I list my own domain names, and I list free and available domain names for inspiration!

I have a link to Namecheap.com auction for my own names, but is that a good way to go?


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Each person has their own strategy, but I have recently started the perfectdomain profile (see my sig below) where I have mine listed. But you should also list your names in as many places as you can, not just NameCheap. Also, I think NameSilo's referral program pays pretty good, and you can give them a coupon on your site, which lets your buyers feel like they are getting a discount. Example, the code "DN" gives you a 1 dollar off an order, one time per account.