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Seeking Advice About Best Way to Market and Sell 4 Letter .com Domains

 7:13 am on Feb 26, 2012 (gmt 0)

hi all,

I had purchased a 4 letter .com about 2 years ago or so and was wondering where I should list it for sale?

Should I park it on Sedo or should I contact companies who buy and sell domains directly?

I had purchased it from one of these companies and am wondering if I can get my money back by reselling to one of them.

[edited by: Webwork at 3:24 pm (utc) on Feb 27, 2012]



 1:57 pm on Feb 26, 2012 (gmt 0)

Sedo claims they have a lot of success with domain name sales that are listed through them with a "Buy Now" price. You can start there.

It is unlikely that the company you bought it through will be willing to buy it back for the same price they sold it to you for, or even buy it back at all.


 3:29 pm on Feb 27, 2012 (gmt 0)

4 letter .coms are entirely hit or miss prospects. Some go big. Many sit in inventory.

There appears to be a somewhat active market in the $1500-$3000 range, especially for domains that aren't all consonants (ZYXT.tld). The most active, and high value market, is in the CVCV category. (Consonant/Vowel)

I would suggest keeping it parked with a "For Sale" sign and then customize the lander (if possible) to exclude any references to near-trademark encroachments.


 6:27 pm on Feb 27, 2012 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the feedback/suggestions.

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