Happy New Year 2011!

The next time you receive an email or a verbal reply asking for a domain’s price, give the potential prospect a price. Don’t give the buyer too much time to think about the purchase.

In no way am I an elite domain investor. I had to put in a ton of work to learn about the domain industry. I have enough experience to make buying and
selling decisions.

I mentioned that I would like to make a sale above $1k. I own a dozen domains, which I think will eventually sell for $1k+.

You can’t give buyers too much time to think. If you know the buyer, then it is safe to wait. Try and sell as
quick as you can to keep a deal alive.

It really depends on your domain portfolio and assets. This post is more for domainers who have selling questions.

I lost three potential sales to an end-user. Close a deal as soon as possible. You should supply detailed information to beginners. When experienced online companies and or domain investors contact you, reply back with a price.
Good luck!

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