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Discussion in 'Domain Parking - General' started by DomainManage, Aug 11, 2017 at 1:18 PM.

  1. DomainManage

    DomainManage Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    Just a quick note to say Domain Manage will be featuring domains with verified offers on a number of marketplaces in the future. There is already https://domainmanage.uk/marketplace.
    Acorn now has a feed.


    Any existing DM users can opt in or out of marketplaces on a per domain basis as they wish.
     
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  2. Domain Forum

    Acorn Domains Elite Member

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  3. Adam H

    Adam H Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    I like it now mentions the range of the offer.........................*rushes off to make some offers on my own domains to get highlighted in the feed* :p
     
  4. DomainManage

    DomainManage Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    Thank you - hard to please people sometimes with so many haters around waiting to jump down your throat in an instant ;)

    There is a mechanism to multiple stop fake offers btw :)
     
  5. Adam H

    Adam H Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Hopefully nothing I've said has been classed as "being a hater", constructive criticism at most. I thrive on seeing people and businesses doing well, not interested in watching or contributing to a demise or trolling. If something I've said has been taken as offensive, it shouldn't be.
     
  6. DomainManage

    DomainManage Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    Not you at all.. I like constructive feedback.
     
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    ian Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    It was probably aimed at me, though I only asked a question :D
     
  8. Edwin

    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Doesn't the publicity means that Google will index the offers and therefore there will be a public record that wouldn't have existed otherwise?
     
  9. Skinner

    Skinner Well-Known Member

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    There maybe some issues with the rounding, the below pull from the rss, would indicated an offer in the $400-600+ range but the domain is BIN at £275 GBP. For a low-ish value name, it seems to show a large amount of offers (19).

    <item>
    <title>aspirefinancial.co.uk</title>
    <link>http://aspirefinancial.co.uk</link>
    <description>Offer received: mid $$$ USD</description>
    <pubDate>Tue, 8 Aug 2017 16:02:23 +0000</pubDate>
    </item>
     
  10. martin-s United Kingdom

    martin-s Well-Known Member

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    £275 = $360 ish. I'd call that low-mid.
     
  11. Skinner

    Skinner Well-Known Member

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    Martin. I was more thinking why would you bid mid XXX when the buy it now price was 275, surely there isn't a huge difference between 275 and mid XXX to warrant the mid unless the rounding is out.

    Just my observation as a buyer.
     
  12. martin-s United Kingdom

    martin-s Well-Known Member

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    I'm trying to suggest the bid was at the BIN rate, and that at roughly $360, that is low-mid xxx?

    It might be good if the feed said "Offer received at BIN" rather than xxx though, agreed.