In this blog, I’ll show you where to sell your domain name and how to do it easily.
Get direct offers to buy back your domain name.
One of the easiest ways to get paid for a domain name you’re not using is to get a direct offer.
There is a very important step missing here: you can’t keep your WHOIS information private. If you do that, they won’t be able to get in touch with you.
Many people don’t like having their contact information out in the open, but you must keep your email address public so that a possible buyer, the domain owner, can get in touch with you!
Here, anyone who wants to buy your domain name can find your contact information and the price you want.
SELLING YOUR DOMAIN NAME: 7 SIMPLE STEPS TO SUCCESS
In order to sell your domain name, you will have to do a number of basic and standard things.
This is sometimes taken care of by a marketplace that acts as a middleman. But there are times when you have to deal with things right away.
Even so, the steps are the same no matter what platform you use.
STEP 1: Decide To Sell
This may seem obvious, but it is where we start. Look at the domain names that you want to sell.
Think about which of your domains you might be able to sell.
STEP 2: Select A Marketplace
When you list your domain auction in Godaddy, it is possible that it will also be listed in other places.
Other answers only need the auction listing to be there.
You have to decide if you want your domain to be auctioned or put on a list. You might choose a lot of places, which is usually a good way to get as many people as possible to see your offer.
STEP 3: Choose A Price
This is sometimes a hard situation. You want to charge a fair price, but you don’t want to sell yourself short.
Domain valuation tools are usually useless, but if a site offers free appraisals from real people, it might be worth a look.
STEP 4: Create The Best Listing Possible
This is very important. Describe what makes your domain name unique. Talk about the name’s history if it’s important.
Set up your domain name to be successful using whatever tools you have, depending on where you list it. Have a simple picture to draw people’s attention.
STEP 5: Set up a safe way to get paid (ESCROW SERVICE)
Make sure you have insurance. That means making sure that the money can’t be taken away from you after the transfer.
Most of these platforms will protect both parties by acting as an escrow service.
STEP 6: Make The Sale
After an interested party buys the domain, there is usually nothing else to do, but you may need to approve the price.
If you get a counter-offer to the price on the list, you may need to do this.
Step 7: Change the domain name
The last step is always to change who owns the domain. Payment should be in escrow or in your hands before you start the transfer process.
Then pay close attention to what you are told to do. This is easy, but it often takes some back and forth to finish.
After that, you can kick back and spend your money.
When it comes to selling domain names, there is still a lot of money to be made.
Selling domain names can be a good way to make money on the side.