There are a number of domain brokers and domain brokerages that offer domain sales newsletter, and I think they can be a pretty good way of buying and selling domain names. Someone asked me if I could share a current list of domain broker newsletters, and I thought I would put this list together for your reference.
Listed below are the domain broker newsletters I could think of off the top of my head. If I have omitted an active sales newsletter, please let me know. There are daily, weekly, and periodic newsletters included. Many marketplaces offer newsletters, but the ones below are third party brokerage sales newsletters.
Domain broker sales newsletters (listed alphabetically):
When listing a domain name for sale in a newsletter, the seller needs to price the domain names accordingly. Although most brokers likely have end user clients who subscribe to their newsletter, the majority of recipients are likely other domain investors looking for good deals.
Selling a domain name in a newsletter is a great way to give a domain name considerable exposure in a short period of time. Most domain brokers will require sellers to sign an exclusivity agreement, so keep that in mind when you agree to list with a domain broker.
Although some brokers will provide escrow services on certain transactions, I strongly recommend that you use a licensed escrow service. It might cost a bit more than a free escrow service, but you’ll have less to worry about if an issue should arise.