A number of different companies provide services selling domain names. As the market for domain names is still somewhat young, it is difficult to rank the services offered by these companies in an absolute way. Not only that, but the brokers with a lot of experience and who have a good track record, often won’t deal with a novice or anyone without a large number of premium names. Follow this three-step plan to help you select which company to use.
You may decide that none of the companies fit your exact requirements, in which case you’ll have to trust your own instincts and skills, and sell your domain name independently.
Less and less people are using domain brokers, but they still serve a vital role in the domain name industry. If you own a large number of domains, you might try splitting them up between yourself and a broker, to see which option will work better.
Now let’s discuss the most important part of buying and selling in the secondary market – negotiating.