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    Full Member Axi is on a distinguished road
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    What's a good place to sell domains?

    I've had a few domains for a while that are worth something, but am having trouble finding a place to sell it. Does anyone know a good place where I can put it up for auction or something?
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    Web Junky Matt is on a distinguished road
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    Try eBay maybe?
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    If you think you have some really good domains, you might want to consider seeking out end user. However domains of decent value can also be sold at domain name forums. Here are a few:

    DNForum.com
    DomainState.com
    NamePros.com
    WebHostingTalk.com

    Good luck!

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    programmingtalk.com - i've got a hold of a couple clients through that forum...and i'm sure you can advertise your domains for sale there with response..
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    Hmm.. I think I'd better take my luck with forums for now. Thanks for the links!

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    Dont bother with auctions!

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    Why not? They also tell you how much interest is in your domain by the # and amount of what people are bidding.

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    WebHostingTalk.com
    Is probley your best bet.

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    Originally posted by WebspaceUK
    Dont bother with auctions!
    Sometimes auctions aren't a bad idea. If there's demand for the domain your selling, you could get make a good sale that way.
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    WebHostingTalk.com - From my experience, many great designs go for cheap there...people say that the users are cheap there...sometimes it seems that way, but have a go at it.

    eBay.com - Auction it off!

    NamePros.com - Great domain site!

    Sedo.com - Just visit and check it out .

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    From my experience, Dnforum.com is one of the better places to sell. There aren't that many domain sales at WHT as you can tell by the number of 0 reply posts. If you want to empty out your portfolio of "cheap" domains, you can auction and sell them off at NamePros. However, it is very rare to see anyone buy $75+ domains at Namepros. Dnforum.com has a ton of heavy buyers, so try that.

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    Newbie justadollar is on a distinguished road
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    I believe DNThrify.com does domain name auctions as well. They are part of the iNet Interactive family.

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    Active Member bluzman32 is on a distinguished road
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    Yeah, they're the official WHT domain auction site, I think. I would personally just put something up for auction at Dnforum.com though.

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    park them at some domain auctioning place, worst of all ebay
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    Active Member bluzman32 is on a distinguished road
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    I've never used ebay, is there a fee for setting up an auction?

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