I stumbled across a nice looking domain name for sale landing page I want to share with you. When you have a moment, check out Gastronomy.com. I am not sure who owns it due to its private registration, but I really like the appealing landing page.
The first thing I noticed is the full background image of a beautiful photograph of what appears to be a dessert or an appetizer (foodies are welcome to tell me exactly what it is). The second thing I noticed is a bright yellow banner across the top to announce the domain name is for sale. When I clicked the blue link, I was taken to a Cax.com offer / purchase page where the domain name is listed for $100,000.
One thing I would suggest is to add .com to the keyword logo on the top left side of the page for branding purposes, but that is personal opinion. I think the selling point is that it is the keyword .com and that should be exhibited. A second suggestion is that it might be beneficial to have a contact form posted directly on the homepage below the logo to make sure interested parties submit their information. A contact form might also be helpful on the offer page if an interested prospective buyer doesn’t wish to sign up for a Cax.com account or wants to ask questions about the domain name or listing.
I am not sure if Cax.com offers landing pages like that for all listings, or if this one was created specifically for the domain name, but it looks pretty slick.
Separately but similarly, I posted about domain name for sale landing pages a while back, and you can see some other examples that might be of interest to you.