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August 12, 2013

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Kevin M.

Great post and tips on selling domains. Totally agree that fixed prices, and realistic pricing, are a better advantages when selling.

"Bugs"

I disagree with #5 since it begs to have your name taken away in a UDRP.

Bill Sweetman

@ Bugz, as long as folks aren't trying to sell domains that blatantly infringe on third party trademarks (a real no-no) they should not be afraid to identify that their domains are for sale. If they are really concerned about this they should seek the advice of a qualified domain name lawyer like Zak Muscovitch, Karen Bernstein, Ari Goldberger, or John Berryhill.

Thanks for your comment.

Kassey

"In general, the kind of inventory that sells best in today’s world is one-word, two-word, and three-word English language .com domain names that directly relate to business products or services." should be a constant reminder to myself!!!

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