How to Sell your Domain Name Fast and for Maximum Value

I received an email about a webinar that is being hosted by AfternicDLS & BuyDomains on September 23rd from 2 – 2:30pm EDT, and I think it might be interesting to those of us who own domain names as salable investments.

The free Webinar will cover detailed specifics on how to sell domains quickly and for maximum value, sharing all BuyDomains proven sales strategies and tactics, which are designed drive maximum domain sales velocity and price. BuyDomains and Afternic consistently report nice end user sales, and I believe this free webinar can be helpful to all of us.

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Learn the strategies that bring the fastest, most lucrative deals on domain names. Our “how to” webinar shows you exactly how it’s done.

We are often asked how BuyDomains and Afternic sell so many domain names at such high prices, week after week. On September 23rd, join us for a free webinar where we will share the strategies and tactics we use to deliver the results you read about each week.

In this thirty-minute webinar, you’ll learn:

– How we get you the best price, fast – We’ll show you how the industry’s leading sales force helps sellers make the most lucrative sales, with market-tested tools and unsurpassed expertise.

– Which strategies and services help you turn the best profit – We’ll give you concrete strategies, like how you can drive more solid inbound inquiries, or how to triple your chances of a successful sale.

– How to Close the Deal Fast – We’ll tell how our services can move your transaction along driving the sales process to a rapid close.

You’ll also have the chance to ask your toughest questions in our Q&A session. We hope you will join us for our most important webinar of the year.

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Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn


  1. In terms of my own experience, the reason I have bought names with buydomains is that at least they quote a buy it now price on all names, whether it is reasonable or not. So, you can figure out if the name could match what you are doing for the price.

    Most domain portfolios have an offer form on the names and then the reply is usually “We’ll sell it for $35,000” for a 2-3 word semi decent name that would go for $1,888 on buydomains so people are sick of wasting their time. And I’m talking about domainers too.

    Fabulous and Network Solutions have higher prices in general than buydomains on their quotes.

    That may explain some of it..not to mention they have a lot of solid names.

  2. The problem is they seem to look out more for the buyer than they do the seller. So if you sell beware…..they will sell your domain for the floor price instead of the Buy It Now price because they have regular buyers who they give the deals to and then the seller gets a sub-par price for their asset.

    Also, some of them are pretty unprofessional… if they came from the collection industry. Just plain rude and disgusting the way the act at times.

  3. This is a great topic but I wonder why it’s taken so long for them to give away these tips and why not just post a blog about it?
    btw, Will they also be doing a session on how they sell more of THEIR own domains rather than those of the AfternicDLS inventory ? 🙂

  4. I think one of the main reasons buydomains is able to sell successfully is due to their quick response and follow up skills. Regardless of their approach, you can always get someone on the phone and their email response time is typically immediate.

    Fabulous is the same way. You can always get a quick response or easily get someone on the phone.

    SEDO is the complete opposite, base on my experience. It is impossible to get someone on the phone and it is 100 times harder to get someone on the phone that actually cares.

    I don’t think that there is a secret to selling names.

    1. have thousands of great names for sale
    2. stay in contact with buyer / buyers
    3. provide good service
    4. reasonable prices

  5. The Webinar has just finished a couple hours ago.
    It was a very interesting experience and some useful tips were given from some people in the domaining industry. Some questions of attendees were answered as well.

    I don’t have much experience in domaining so this webinar pointed me in other directions that need to be explored.

    Good to see your blog was pointed out as one of the credible sources.

    Thanks again for the usefull post Elliot.

  6. I agree regarding buy domains. It is soo time consuming having to contact everyone just to get a price. By the time you take this into account unless it is a really good buy you can end up loosing money. I have started using thebrandshatch to buy domains as they offer the price and the option to buy there and then and they are really cheap. I gave up on domains advertised as offer as like commenter says they are often rediculously overpriced as they know you are interested and as such a waste of time even considering.

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