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[h]New GoDaddy domain listing wizard generates 350k aftermarket listings[/h]


DomainNameWire.com said:
GoDaddy recently made listing domains for sale easier for all of its customers, not just domain name investors. Customers who have unused domain names in their accounts can walk through a wizard to list their domains for sale through the company’s GoDaddy network.


I saw an article about the new wizard here:
https://domainnamewire.com/2021/02/...g-wizard-generates-350k-aftermarket-listings/


So I decided to do some investigating with a random domain hapi.ca

In the settings I found this:





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Right lower click on list for sale




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Insert your price




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Decide if you want to use their landing page





Bam you are done and listed at GoDaddy/Afternic

Wow what a tool for ordinary consumers who want to sell a surplus domain
 

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Click on the image to see what it looks like when listed at GoDaddy


I put $5000 as the selling price and the only odd thing I see is that the selling price is not stated.

I will try to figure out if there is a setting to change that.
 

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This is what it looks like in your GoDaddy control panel for the listed domains

It could not be easier to manage them
 

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MapleDots said:
I put $5000 as the selling price and the only odd thing I see is that the selling price is not stated.

I will try to figure out if there is a setting to change that.

GD is testing out a BIN option now with their own names and will roll it out to everyone else later this year

https://domainnamewire.com/2021/01/26/godaddy-to-introduce-buy-now-lander-for-aftermarket-domains/

Seems like they're revamping the entire lander because they finally added a prominent GoDaddy logo just in the last couple months
 

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MapleDots said:
I put $5000 as the selling price and the only odd thing I see is that the selling price is not stated.

I will try to figure out if there is a setting to change that.

These are essentially the new and improved Afternic "price request" landers. There's never been an option to add a bin, and these all result in you getting a "price request" email from Afternic (or at least I'm pretty sure).

GD is working on BIN landers, like [notify]Spex[/notify] said. We don't have many details but I also made a post about it here not long ago: https://dn.ca/topic/526/godaddy-to-introduce-buy-now-lander/
 

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I find Afternic can be glitchy. They often send out numerous of the same email when you submit domains for instance. Recently they had an inquiry on one of my names listed at Afternic/Godaddy and sent me multiple emails about confirming I'm with a registrar in the network. Shouldn't they know I'm with Godaddy? It isn't always a smooth process with them but you know you are getting massive exposure through their networks.