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Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by charlie, Jul 21, 2010.

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  1. charlie

    charlie Well-Known Member

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    While we are scratching around for £7 on here seems sedo is having a party with all sorts going for £x,xxx

    if some of the recent ones sold on here you might have got £50 max! :)
     
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  3. admin Spain

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    Some of those are old it seems (hard to tell as no date in the RSS feed that I can see).

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    Evenso, they are good prices all the same.

    Sedo does seem to be the endusers market of (first) choice.
     
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    Be interesting to see how many complete because either a lot of them won't be genuine or a lot of them will get that pee'd off by the process they'll give up on them.
     
  6. admin Spain

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    For now, yes ;)

    Please get listing your domains in Acorn Auctions. I will be doing some national advertising after August (no point people are on holiday)

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    Too true. Compare that to a sale on Acorn, a sale can go from offer, to acceptance, to bank transfer, to accepted Nominet transfer, within an hour.
     
  8. charlie

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    are you going to try and do anything about realistic reserves and pricing on Acorn Auctions?
    I think for more interest - reserves need to be hidden and starting bids kept low. domainlore = £30. Some of the in-your-face current bids are off putting being high? (justa thought)
     
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    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Hiding the reserve makes the site completely useless. Nobody wants to waste time bidding (especially on a new/unproven site) without knowing if their bid is going to count or not.
     
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