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2017 Sales....

Discussion in 'General Board' started by DefinitelyDomains, Aug 13, 2017 at 12:12 AM.

  1. DefinitelyDomains

    DefinitelyDomains Active Member

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    Ok, so we are now in August with the end of the year in sight.

    How have your 2017 sales compared to last year? Has this been a better year for you?
     
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  3. Systreg

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    I was out of domaining completely for the last year, so I didn't do much in the previous year to compare to this year. I've had a few recent sales from my portfolio of names, mostly through Sedo, and August is turning out to be a pretty good month so far :)

    £929 Aug 11th 2017 (Sedo)
    £285 Aug 10th 2017 (Sedo)
    £140 Aug 6th 2017 (Acorn via PM)
    £575 Aug 3rd 2017 (Sedo)
    £1,700 Aug 3rd 2017 (Acorn via auction)
    £300 Jul 18th 2017 (Sedo)
    £359 Apr 26th 2017 (Sedo)
    £1,000 Mar 2017 (email enquiry)
    £1,329 Mar 20th 2017 (Sedo)
    £479 Mar 16th 2017 (Sedo)

    I tend to initially overprice my domains on Sedo, then knock prices down daily/weekly, once I hit a certain point, I raise them back up to where they were and repeat the process. I knocked a load of prices down again last night, my portfolio of 274 domains is here if anyone wants to have a look, if any take your fancy, PM me any offers here.

    A few days ago, I enabled the option on Sedo to accept offers on buy now listings, I wasn't aware of that option in the settings before. I'm hoping that leads to more potential buyers making offers, rather than a buyer seeing a buy it now price they don't like, and with no way to make an offer, as it was previously, they leave the listing, at least they can put in an offer now, and I've set the minimum offer to 35% of the buy it now price for now.
     
  4. markb United Kingdom

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    Just wondering if anyone has made any large uk domain sales in 2017 that haven't been made public, i.e. over £50k or over £100k or even higher.
     
  5. Pepto United Kingdom

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    I sold 1904(dot)co.uk for £500 . Highest 4N in co.uk that's online again perhaps it's been beaten.
     
  6. Murray

    Murray Well-Known Member

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    Slow year for me so far this year domain sales wise.
     
  7. dog United States

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