Sample Advertisement for a Past GEO domain placed in San Francisco that sold

Pier39.info was placed in the Mission District on Craig’s List. The webmaster to Pier39.com purchased the domain, which is now pointed to the .com. I changed my sales pitch from the previous sale to refer buyers to Sedo. Moreover, providing the link reduced spam associated with replying to emails that sent generated auto responses.

When you list a domain on Craig’s List, mostly likely you will receive many e-mails soliciting moneymaking opportunities, jobs, and money orders in exchange for a payment. Don’t rely on these domain leads because they are not reliable. Maybe you might get lucky and find a buyer, but chances are the majority of replies are unreliable. You can verify on Sedo whether a person has visited the domain sales page using the sales setting.

After the past domain name sold in New York City, I decided to place a link to send traffic to Sedo. Whereas, I only made two sales on Craig’s List, the sample will demonstrate what I wrote in the body of the advertisement to find a buyer. Good luck with creating a custom Craig’s List ad to make a sale. Thanks.

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