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Best One Word .Com for $20,000 or Less

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Just about every day, I hand send emails inquiring about good domain names. I say “hand send” because I individually address domain name owners and generally make an opening offer that I feel is reasonable and/or not insulting.

I think sending individual emails with a reasonable offer is a key factor in getting a response from a domain owner, especially when my emails are competing with people who automate this process and send out thousands of emails (ie dear sir, would xxx.com be available for sale for $5,000?) I am sure some people have felt an offer I made was a lowball offer, but I do my best to make a reasonable offer.

That said, sometimes it is more efficient to post an “offers wanted” type of article where I specify a specific type of domain name I would be interested in buying. In lieu of last week’s brokerage listing, I am posting an offers wanted post today. Please follow the instructions below.

I am looking to buy domain names that meet ALL of the following requirements:

  • .COM only
  • English Word found in the dictionary
  • 10+ years old
  • .net, .org, .info, .biz, .us, .ca, .tv ALL registered by others
  • Price is $20,000 or less
  • Not listed for sale with a broker in last 60 days
  • If listed with a broker/marketplace in last year, price needs to be 50% of its previous ask
  • Examples of names I like: Lilac.com, Spicy.com, Customize.com, Automate.com…etc.

If you have a domain name that meets ALL requirements, contact me and let me know the name and the price. If the price is fair and the name is great, I will do my due diligence and we can close using Escrow.com.

If your domain name doesn’t meet ALL of the requirements, please save us both time and not submit it. I won’t be interested, and I likely won’t reply since you didn’t follow directions. If you have something that meets the requirements, I invite you to send. Yes, I would pay more for certain names, but regardless how high I set the maximum price, that is how some people will price their names (ie I would probably get the same names at a higher price if my max price is $50,000, so I need to cap it somewhere). Also, keep in mind I am not a domain broker looking to sell names for someone else.

There are plenty of people that would pay more for names like this, and I am sure I would, too, depending on the quality. I guess this is an advantage of having a blog.

Comments are closed because I think this is a very clear request that isn’t confusing.

Thanks for reading, and hopefully we will be able to do some business.


About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has sold seven figures worth of domain names in the last five years. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest.


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