Domain Brokerage Listings – 5/31

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Because of the TRAFFIC conference, this list of newly added domain brokerage listings is a bit abbreviated. If any of the names are of interest to you, contact the listing broker.

If you’d like to share a domain name you are selling, feel free to list it in the comment section. If you want to buy something, contact the seller directly. As always, you are welcome to only submit one domain name that hasn’t been marketed for sale before as long as you include a buy it now price. Don’t like to “make offer” listings.

Before listing, keep in mind people can like or dislike your submission, so don’t post something if you are afraid of possible criticism. No commentary on the submissions is allowed.

If you don’t see anything you like here, check out  Nokta Domains, as they have a large portfolio of domain names for sale.

  • Zinc.com – $100,000 – NameConnect.com
  • Split.com – $200,000 – Cax.com
  • Tamed.com – 4,500 – Domain Agents
  • Ratify.com – $75,000 – Sedo (Dave Evanson)

93 COMMENTS

    • Let’s sweeten the pot:

      Buy OpeningApp.com before June 7th and we will throw in a second domain worth $15,000 for free!

      The bonus domain is: 3DImagingPrinter.com

      Buy OpeningApp.com for $5,555 and receive the above bonus domain at no extra charge. Buyer must complete verified payment of $5,555 before June 7th, 2013 to receive bonus domain.

  1. Hi Elliott,

    I’d like to post one domain I already offered in the past, since I have acquired also the singular version, so please let me post this offer substantially new. Thank you

    VirtualBillboards (dot) net + VirtualBillboard (dot) net = $ 4,900

    INCREDIBLE LIMITED OFFER! VALID ONLY UNTIL June 5th, 2013!

    In the future the price will be adjust to the REAL value of this 2 domains that are very powerful for something (new advertising model…) that will come….

    ideasinprogress (at) hotmail.com

  2. Domain: OrangeCountyDentists.com
    Age: 13 year (registered in the year 2000)
    Registrar: GoDaddy
    BIN Price: $8,590
    Payment: Escrow – Split Fee
    Email: domain [@] OrangeCountyDentists.com

  3. OK, I will play. So I bought this domain as part of a ad campaign pitch for a business that did not buy the ad. It was to replace a rivablahblahblah dot com. It will eventually replace a domain for one of the many companies out there with a blahblahblah dot com. I really like the domain for multiple reasons, namely it is only a 4 letter number url that speaks and looks great on merchandise.

    R1VA.com
    r1va.com

    I listed it recently at GoDaddy but have not advertised the domain anywhere till now. Anyone interested can contact me via whois or just buy it at GoDaddy.

    BIN is $99,999.00 USD

    • Some of you people is like dealing with a bunch of old ladies at a religious institution out in Sheep Dip Texas. In appropriate million cigarette graveled voice, “Geraldine done went and changed the potluck deviled eggs recipe and used that fancy Dukes Mayonnaise instead of Hogmart Generic Mayonnaise!”,,, “We don’t like no new girls going and trying to change nothing around here, that aint the way we do things out here in Sheep Dip, we got our recipe and you stick to the recipe and if you don’t stick to the recipe we gonna Dislike it!”

    • @Nancy, I’m pretty much always like this, *grinning* but I’m guessing you never had to deal with a bunch of old church ladies. I make fun of men too, I make fun of everyone, its an equal opportunity thing.

    • The reason everyone downvoted your stupid ad was because many of us, unlike you, understand what it takes to turn a buck in this game and over the decades, have seen a bunch of clueless new guys come and go, every one insisting that their novel and grand ideas are just being rejected due to their massive genius.

      The reality of the matter is that you suck at this, maybe you’ll get better, most likely you won’t but as you stand right now, asking 100,000 for a domain like that isn’t a symptom of forward thinking brilliance as much as it is a classic sign of a stupid newbie.

    • @Anon, you make my point perfectly. A small group of people constantly chatting each other up about how smart they are and how stupid everyone else is, never mind we are far far far from the final tally on domain sells.

      Steve Jobs said it best, paraphrased, “If you want to sell sugar water the rest of your life, stay at Coke! If you want to change the world, come with me to Apple!” Then a few years later the same corporate mentality forced Jobs out of his own company for a few years. Today its well known how that worked out.

      If your happy digging around in the dumpster for recycled generic two, three, and four word domains, be my guest and go back for seconds. If you are happy running some kind of click scam, go for it.

      If you don’t get what I’m doing or why that domain is fantastic and well worth 99,999 bucks, feel free to “Dislike” and type till you heart is content. If you don’t like me or whatever, if you feel the need to criticize, you go boy.

      Meanwhile here in the real world 4, 5, and even 6 letter number combination domains which stand out like old cattle and horse brands from Texas and Wyoming are now the final frontier of domaining. This is it, right now, grab and loot whatever you can get.

      Oh yea, all this new .junk stuff, its going to make cattle brand style dot coms way more valuable. Even .CO is junk and in my opinion a scam. Well if nothing else, at least everyone reading this will know I type more interestingly than you,,,,,,,,,,.

    • Keep smokin’ the doobs. You’ll find many comrades just like yourself who smoke the bong that turns their domains in to gold nuggets. Glad you are still out there doing your thing. Otherwise, registrars would be out of business

    • You’re no Steve Jobs.
      You aren’t a visionary.
      You’re yet another loud brand spanking new guy who thinks he has some innovative ‘vision’ that will be gone in a renewal cycle or two. I could name off several other “Brian Bondurant Types” of years gone by, but I won’t.

      Blather and foam and wax all you want.
      Doesn’t change the fact you’re the guy asking one hundred thousand dollars for a domain not worth the eight bucks you paid. I know you sincerely think it is, you’re just convinced you’re onto something big.

      Keep the faith, tell yourself whatever you need to. I know how this story turns out for you.

    • @anon, your such a milk baby, are you still living at home typing from the basement? Seriously, are you 13? Why would you care what I was up to or if my domains suck? according to you?

      The entire concept of you openly criticizing (me)someone you do not know in the real world is pathetic, yet I find it entertaining, because its so ridiculous.

    • Lets make this a bit more interesting, Im not selling this domain as it is available for anyone to register so not against the rules, lets see how long it stays available after posting it here.

      domaink1ng.com
      DOMAINK1NG.com

      If this is still available in a year at godaddy I concede. Then again, if some so called “loser” registers it or Rick actually gives a damn about it, I win, ha ha ha ha,,,,,,,,

    • Still available.
      Only time it gets taken is if you take it under privacy and claim it was done by someone else.

      That name is just as worthless as yours.

  4. AutomobileNext.com – $1000

    e-mail : domain(at)hadnow(dot)com

    Ideal for automobile listing, upcoming automobile news, new launches, blog and so on…

    Price valid till 7th June 2013

    Thanks Elliot!

  5. Hi Elliot,

    I am not quite sure if you will let me list my domain which is currently at flippa for auction. Though I know you are not a big fan of an .info but others are collecting such extensions.

    **Edited by Elliot**

  6. Firstly, many thanks to Elliot. My previous domain listed here sold. Not sure whether the buyer was from this blog, but I believe this blog helps so much. The domain sold after price increase after the “price validation date”.

    Today Affordable Premium Domain:

    ManhattanTrip(dot) com $388 Buy Now
    – Estibot Appraisal: $1,700
    – 6years old

    Go here to buy: http://bit.ly/ManhattanTrip

    Note: ManhattanTours.com sold at $2,250 in the past

    Price valid until 2013 June 13th.

    Other Past related sale:
    Galapagos-trips.com: $1k
    Eurotrips.net: $3,594
    FloridaTripDeals.com: $455
    Manhattan.info: $10k
    and several others…

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