Buy Domain Names in Bulk and Save

Buy Domain Names in Bulk and Save

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There are a number of larger domain portfolio owners that sell domain names. While companies like Name Administration will generally only sell domain names at end user prices, there are companies that have fairly decent pricing. Buy Domains, for instance, has a huge portfolio of domain names, and many are well priced.

That being said, buyers can often get more reasonable deals on domain names, lower than the listed price, depending on the seller. The price discount that is offered generally depends on variables such as asking price, time of the month, sales volume, previous inquiries for the domain name, revenue generated by the domain name, and other proprietary variables that differ for each domain owner.

One piece of advice I can give you to get the best deals is to inquire about and purchase domain names in bulk. When you buy in bulk, you can generally get an even better price on the domain names.

What I do is write down a list of domain names I like from a particular company, and I inquire about the group of domain names at one time. I ask the domain owner for the best possible price on individual domain names as well as a bulk price. If I choose not to buy the list of domain names, I will go back to the domain owner and ask for a deal on the group of domain names I do like. I find companies are more likely to make deals on multiple domain names.

One other purchase tip I can give you is to try and make larger purchases at the end of the year (like next week). If a company hasn’t met its goals, wants to pad its numbers, or needs liquidity, they may be more likely to give better pricing at the end of the year.


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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Comments (5)

    BullS

    My gosh, I put a fixed price on my domains and already have 5 sales already.

    Heck, you win some and you win some more.

    As long as I am happy with the price I put in, I don’t feel that I short changed myself and after all , it is x-mas.

    “Do be greedy”

    December 24th, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    Ben

    I agree with this: “Fixed priced domains have always a higher chance of selling, especially if the price is particularly convenient for the prospective buyer.” Joe!

    December 24th, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    NoobWorld

    Good advice Elliot. Buying in bulk can get you good deals. The holiday season is a good time to inquire about domain deals.

    Fixed pricing works when you set a competitive price on your domain names. You have to be precise. Another good option is to set a price and make an offer. Therefore. the buyer has an idea of your price range.

    Fixed pricing will not always score you a domain sale. It can reduce your sales rate since buyers may not agree with your fixed price. If you set the right price, you can sale. It takes advertising the domain to push potential leads over to the fixed listing.

    We all know that Name Administration sells at end-user prices. End-users probably know who to visit in order to acquire quality domains.

    In my opinion, their domains are priced too high. Domain Market seems to have more competitive prices. DM caters to an end-user and domainer market. WWMI asks too much for their domains as well. In any case, buyers who make purchases there must determine their limit.

    Merry Christmas. Keeup up the great work.

    December 25th, 2011 at 10:33 am

    NoobWorld

    Good advice Elliot. Buying in bulk can get you good deals. The holiday season is a good time to inquire about domain deals.

    Fixed pricing works when you set a competitive price on your domain names. You have to be precise. Another good option is to set a price and make an offer. Therefore. the buyer has an idea of your price range.

    Fixed pricing will not always score you a domain sale. It can reduce your sales rate since buyers may not agree with your fixed price. If you set the right price, you can make many sales. It takes advertising the domain to push potential leads over to the fixed listing.

    We all know that Name Administration sells at end-user prices. End-users probably know who to visit in order to acquire quality domains.

    In my opinion, their domains are priced too high. Domain Market seems to have more competitive prices. DM caters to an end-user and domainer market. WWMI asks too much for their domains as well.

    In any case, buyers who make purchases on these domain name platforms must determine their price limit. I guess they don’t mind paying high prices.

    Merry Christmas. Keeup up the great work.

    December 25th, 2011 at 10:36 am

    Rithika

    Certainly, its true. During the purchase of bulk domain names, one can get the domains at a reasonable cost than purchasing it separately.

    December 26th, 2011 at 6:48 am

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