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#1 Posted : 06 June 2015 00:20:41(UTC)

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GoDaddy is a great auctioning system and sells good domains well. There is a 5% fee with a minimum of $5 but the exposure is excellent although obviously mostly to domain brokers as no one else is awaiting domains to suddenly appear as an end user. You do have to wait one month to get your money after the buyer sends the funds though.

eBay is a trickier system as the prices tend to be lower than on proper domain auctions. You can post a pretty good domain here and receive no interest unless it is way under priced. If you do have the nerve to go low and manage to start a bidding war you can do OK but its a risky business.

Forums where you can buy and sell domains such as:

ResellMyDomainName.com - Free
DiscussNames.com - Free
DNForum.com – Membership fees
Namepros.com - Free
Sitepoint.com - Listing fees.
Domainstate.com --Free
AcornDomains.co.uk - Free
WebhostingTalk.com - Free
DigitalPoint - Free

These are obviously domain brokers only and so will pay little seeking high profits

Flippa.com is the most talked about domain auction site on the web these days and has recently purchased domainholdings.com after only being around for six months. Flippa is supposedly the #1 marketplace in the world for buying and selling websites, domains and apps. Flippa charges a small listing fee and when your auction sells, you pay a percentage of the sale price as a success fee. All listings that are successfully sold will result in a 10% success fee on completion of the sale.

Sedo.com is a massive exposure but unless you have a very good domain it is unlikely to receive much attention.
Sedo charges $50 min fees or 10% unless you have parked your domain there, then there wont be any min fees

Afternic.com & Afternic Bazaar are very similar to Sedo but not as popular. High profile domains often fetch high prices here but the exposure is not as high. The charges are a $60 minimum fee or 10% unless you have your domain parked there when there wont be any minimum.

Some of the more popular domain brokers:

1. sircles.net
2. DomainHoldings.com
3. BuyDomains.com
4. Impressive domains
5. WebsiteNames.com
6. Websitebroker.com
7. Awesome.biz
8. DomainMart.
9. GreatDomains.com

If your domain is a very high profile one greatdomains.com might accept it into their directory listing. The listing is free but only after their approval. They extremely choosy about accepting domains so apply with high profile names only. If you are able to hold on to your domains for some time this can be a very good option.

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