Domain Names- Where Can You Sell for Free?

Last Update: April 23, 2022

Many of us buy usable, unique domain names to sale them in the future.

They are your internet properties.

With the increase of online entrepreneurship

It can be a good income source added to your earnings.

We pay for them, hold it, paying for renewal each year that can add to cost. You hope with time you sale them meeting someones demand and can make a fortune.

Do you want to pay to put your domain on sale? It's better if it is free.

I found two sites as an answer through my quora questioning. They are

Dan.com

Afternic.com

Have anyone used them? Do you other names to add to these two?

Please chime in.

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RosanaHart Premium Plus
I haven't done this but I do want to comment on your use of English in your title.

Sell -- instead of Sale
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For Free -- instead of For Free of Cost
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anusuya1 Premium
Thank you, dear.
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Feochadan Premium Plus
Her English isn’t actually WRONG. Yours is just a bit more precise. I also can’t see how “sale” would be of any use in her title.

Darlene
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anusuya1 Premium
Thank you, Dear.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
I am aware of Dan; however, I have not used it. I know some folks who did, and they had a good experience.

Otherwise, you may use marketplaces like GoDaddy, Sedo, Flippa, and | or Uniregistry to list your domains. I would follow up on each site's terms and conditions and how to make sales. What you need to look for. Also, I would use the services of an escrow so that I do not get scammed. They typically charge a fee.

If you have a built site, it is worth getting an estimate and working out your stats so that your buyer | and bidder can work out their ROI. And to prove authenticity and transparency.

Or you may employ brokers to sell your domains; they also charge a fee.

Good luck whatever you do.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Jay's live webinar I am not aware of free free so sorry.
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anusuya1 Premium
Awesome advice, Abie. Thank you.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
No worries, you're very welcome!
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JeffreyBrown Premium Plus
That might be something to look into, Anusuya! I only tried once on a domain I was letting go anyway for the experience. I used Flippa and it cost me about $10, but it was worth it for the experience!

It will be interesting to see what other answers you might get!

Jeff
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anusuya1 Premium
Thank you, Jeff for sharing your experience. It helps a lot.
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JeffreyBrown Premium Plus
You're very welcome, Anusuya!

Jeff
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