BargainDomains.com Gave me a 600% ReturnMike Sullivan
Every so often I drop a couple names into BargainDomains.com to see if they’ll sell quickly at a discounted price. Francois made it easy to do by placing a “Sell It” button right next to the data results of a domain entered into the valuation tool, Valuate.com. Up until now, I haven’t had much luck. I recently logged into Bargain Domains to see which names I still had listed there. To my delight, one of the domains was listed as “in auction.” That means that my minimum reserve price was met or exceeded.
I picked up the domain WoodenSledge.com as a hand registered name a few months back after seeing it on Arbel Arif’s PickUpNames. The name appraises at $1,200 on Valuate.com and I set my minimum at $60. I paid less than $10 for the name when I registered it, so a return of 600% is acceptable, wouldn’t you agree? There was one bid placed for $60, so all is well. Sure the domain could have sold for more, but I am pleased with the result.
I like BargainDomains.com, especially for hand regs. It offers a fair and reasonable price to buyers. In fact, I have now been paying closer attention to the names listed there and I see some I like. I just might place some bids because I think there are some deals to be had.