I’ve been brokering a few names for other people lately. I have had quite a bit of success selling the names. I was talking with a fellow domainer and he asked me how I was selling them. I said I was merely responding to email inquiries. I could tell he didn’t think that was quite brokering but to me handling a sale is handling a sale. There is a skill to negotiating the right price. I’m getting fairly good at it because I truly understand both sides. I know the value of the domain but I also know how a business can use the domain to make more money. It helps that most of the domains I am brokering are solid domains and they consistently get inquiries. It also helps that I had some good sales early and they think I’m better than I really am:) Here are today’s names and the daily quote.
“I’ve found that luck is quite predictable. If you want more luck, take more chances. Be more active. Show up more often” -Brian Tracy
HawaiianVacations.net I don’t do a lot of dot nets but these are pretty good keywords and would be a good buildout. The dot com gets 2800 pageviews per month and is a quick lander
LSUApartments.com No bidders. 13 years old and I guarantee people are looking for apartments on a college campus
GunsandBabes.com Guns are not my style but the babes thing isn’t too bad.
ExchangeMail.com Most people are probably thinking Microsoft Exchange but fortunately this name doesn’t have any trademarks
CallsIntoCash.com Phone leads are back into the forefront with companies like Marchex pushing the lead
Vultures.com I like vultures. They keep the place clean of dead stuff
SockPuppets.com They scare me but I know the value of the domain
Siesta.com Could cross $30K
Mypo.com Pending delete. I love my Po
Gref.com Alex would try to sell this to Steffy Graf. He would send her 540 emails telling her of the value
TaxPrepSource.com A PR5 and if you build out tax domains this is a good buy