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recent offers I turned down

hudsonhomes.ca $1000 US
webtax.ca $500 US

noticing more offers coming from Uniregistry that originated from Godaddy, they must be coordinating more now. 20% commission is high though.
 

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Offers turned down

red.ca $25
pure.ca $25

I could go on *ROFL* *ROFL* *ROFL*


Seriously though... another one of my one words I turned down 100k recently
 

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Do you know who offered the 100k? company or individual?

MapleDots said:
Offers turned down

red.ca $25
pure.ca $25

I could go on *ROFL* *ROFL* *ROFL*


Seriously though... another one of my one words I turned down 100k recently
 

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I’ve raised prices and expectations this year. At least as long as almost all markets stay in an Everything bubble and money printing continues.
 

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recent offers I turned down

hudsonhomes.ca $1000 US
webtax.ca $500 US

noticing more offers coming from Uniregistry that originated from Godaddy, they must be coordinating more now. 20% commission is high though.

That's good to know. Will be interesting to see what GoDaddy's plans are for the Uni Market moving forward. There was a period of time where I was getting a regular flow of inquiries from Uni Market but that began to steadily decrease a few years ago, to the point I moved all my domains out. As GoDaddy further integrates, maybe that will increase the buyer traffic.
 

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Yes, the broker message comes from the Uni app, but when you check in the app it says it's a Godaddy network lead.

I had another come in with a $1500 US offer on a two word .com, but set the price to $5000 US. will see what happens.

It's a conflict whether to just have my own sales channel, or to continue using marketplaces that charge a 15% to 20% commission but have a wide reach and ability to get you leads (ie: Godaddy). Right now I list some on marketplaces but more through my own inquiry page.

It's also tough to keep prices consistent when listing on Afternic, Uni and Sedo. I should just list prices on Uni because it's easier to edit there, and everywhere else just set to 'make offer' or $500 min bid.
 

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