Discussion in 'General Board' started by BREWSTERS, Feb 8, 2011.
Do you offer domains on Ebay - which category(ies) do you find work best?
I wouldn't use eBay myself but you can list under website domains .
I'm with Wizard on this one, Ebay is considered a joke for domains as far as i'm concerned
Too much cr*p for people to trawl through with rediculous prices !
I'm selling fgjkgfwhjfgjkgasjkg.com on ebay.co.uk, get it cheap, the reserve is £100,000, and the BIN is £500,000.
eBay isn't the best place to sell domains for the above reasons. Too many poor quality names with extremely ambitious BINs.
The danger is that if you list a quality domain name it will be lost in the noise.
I can't believe how much you are all running down eBay to sell domains !
I just found a cracker on there http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/grunter-co-uk...?pt=UK_Computing_Services&hash=item1c19398264
Better than Twitter !
I just bid 50k, wish me luck
On Twitter you Tweet so I guess on Grunter you Groan
Has anyone listed a product domain within the category for that product? For instance, tried selling bedsidetables.co.uk within the bedroom furniture category (just examples)?
I've tried this a couple of times with no interest - just wondering if anyone else has done better.
has anyone actually profited from a domain sale on ebay sale is the question, i see a sea of zero bids. Pretty pointless. I would consider avoiding it. As doodlebug expressed, it be a joke.
I can't see that working because people looking for a bedside table aren't usually also looking for a domain name. You certainly won't find enough interest to bid up the domain price.
Are you listing it under domain names too - ie listing in more than one category? I suppose it may work every now and then if you did that.
There are categories that you can do that with very successfully - a music biography book often does better if listed in amongst the band's vinyl rather than being listed under non-fiction books for example.
Separate names with a comma.