I'm trying to think where else to sell domains after catching on a basis where domains are actually quite good for resale in a good climate, are catchy, have worth, domains are no longer being flipped at an an adequate or cost worthy price on here, it's ridiculous that some names aren't even selling when I know they're good enough to and would have done in the past. The recession is now affecting domainers, it may well be just the summer fix but you can't escape the situation on here the last two months, blowing my own trumpet but the names are of good enough quality, some of mine are the top ten catches of the day, soon I'll be in a position not to care for a few months so by autumn winter I suspect money will come back a bit but until then where to sell? Sedos a waste of space, always has been, they don't change their auction model to fit requirements, theirs and our loss, I'm still contacting end users, not enough mind, however therein lies the problem that domains I catch aren't always end user specific but have an end user use, if you get my drift, how anyone can imagine some of these recent catches not selling on here two years ago well it beggars belief. Although I'll admit, lisst haven't exactly been full of quality drops lately, not list makers fault, just a dry period of good name dropping so to speak, there hasn't been many to go after. I'll be going after more direct business next week as I have been recently anyway, it's the only way as business is dead on here, can no longer make a real deal anymore. Would love to know what happened, summer, recession, holidays, combination but the life blood has disappated, some of my best clients over the years gave up several months ago buying new stock from others, still occasionally from me but rare. A sound decision if money not coming in from the other end but if you break the chain, then it's going to take a while to restart and the industry will suffer, the amount of domains being caught by domainers is down around 60% on a daily basis also. Speculative purchases need to be more than just speculative right now, as even good names don't resell quick enough on acorn or at an adequate price to justify speculative purchasing even on a small scale, maybe just my operation but that's how I see it. Domainers have mostly closed up shop or are waiting for you to sell for a quid. Also it's not only domainers, it's affiliates and merchants too as they were bread and butter buyers and my names haven't changed in style or concept, I still get the same names that would do the job that others have done previously.