For one reason or another, sometimes businesses or domainers decide to part ways with their domain. Perhaps you’ve found the right buyer? Maybe the domain wasn’t generating the right leads for your business? Or possibly, that speculative purchase you took a risk on isn’t quite materializing and you want to cut your losses. Whatever the reason, selling your domain can be done several ways and is actually quite a straightforward process.
First of all, one can elect to sell their domain name through a registrar’s trading platform. This is a service Netfleet have offered for an extensive period of time and we’ve sold tens of thousands of domains to date. Owners can elect to sell their domain for a fixed price via our catalogue listing, which is effectively like placing an ad for your domain. Prospective buyers can make offers and negotiate with the advertiser, however, if no deal is reached the listing remains active. Conversely, there is also the option to list your domain through our daily auctions, either with or without a reserve price.