Set Your Minimum Offer!

It’s obvious but don’t forget to set your domains minimum offer or you will find it hard to negotiate with buyers who have wildly different price expectations to yours. Remember not all buyers are mind readers, or seasoned domain experts who understand domain values. Most domain investors have a wide ranging portfolio with mixed prices.

You could set your minimum offer at just $100 / £75, this is a low barrier to entry but at least this will stop super low ball 5 buck offers and make responding to buyers more worth while.

December domainmange.com Verified *Commission Free!* Domain Sales

(this sales report contains only a selection of some of the sales reported and verified by domainmanage.com)

Inbound end user sales resulting directly from domainmanage.com landing pages:

smartwax.co.uk – [sold in the: £800-£1000 ($1000-$1250) price range]

Seller Portfolio: Astound (uk-domains.co.uk)


*ALL SALES VIA DOMAINMANAGE.COM ARE COMMISSION FREE!*

domainmanage.com Domain Sales Price Ranges:

50-250 / 300-500 / 550-750 / 800-1000 / 1250-2500 / 3000-5000 / 6000-8500 / 9000-12000 / 13000-15000 / 15000+ / 20000+ / 30000+ / 50000+

Verified November 2016 DomainManage.com Sales

(this sales report contains only a selection of some of the sales reported and verified by domainmanage.com)

Inbound end user sales resulting directly from domainmanage.com landing pages:

boxingblog.co.uk – [sold in the: £300-£500 price range]

tennisblog.co.uk – [sold in the: £300-£500 price range]

Seller Portfolio: Pendragon (heehee.co.uk)


Domain manage Sales Price Ranges:

£50-£250 / £300-£500 / £550-£750 / £800-£1000 / £1250-£2500 / £3000-£5000 / £6000-£8500 / £9000-£12000 / £13000-£15000 / £15000+ / £20000+ / £30000+ / £50000+