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How do I sell a domain name, Web site, or Internet-based
There is no charge to list a domain name, Web site, or Internet-based business for sale
and no charge if the listing does not sell. If we find a buyer for your listing, the
commission charged will be 7% of the sales price plus $250 for escrow fees to properly
transfer the registration through Internic, to establish a trust account for the sales
proceeds during escrow, and to provide appropriate disclosures to properly protect all
parties to the transaction. To list a domain name, Web site, or Internet-based business
for sale, Click Here
Do I pay a commission if I find a buyer independently?
No commission is charged if you find a buyer independently and you may still utilize our
brokerage and escrow service, as described above, for a flat fee of $500.
What listing price should I set for my Web site,
domain name, or Internet-based business?
First read the GreatDomains.com Valuation Model.
You may also start by reviewing the listing prices on our service. The prices range
from less than one thousand to millions of dollars. In addition, envision the best use of
the domain name or Web site and the magnitude of the additional income that could result
to an existing or new company from owning the name. Alternatively, a domain name may have
significant value as a "vanity" name for an individual's e-mail and Web site. If
you are listing an income-generating Internet-based business, then the sale is essentially
a business opportunity transaction. Depending upon the growth potential and the
predictability of earnings, business opportunities typically sell from three to fifteen
times annual pre-tax profit. Lastly, the final indicator of value is what you would feel
satisfied receiving to part with your domain name, Web site, or Internet-based business.