AZU.com and OAR.com sell big, and SIX more Flippa-Exclusive Premium Domains Arrive!

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This Week’s Flippa Followup It was announced last week that Flippa-Exclusive Mortgages.info had arrived. Well, today it sells.  Also exiting the stage to the highest bidder is mammoth domain hack, M.ag. Good luck to all the sellers and bidders! Speaking of auctions that have met their reserve, how about auctions that start with a $1 reserve? Your alignment […]

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Seller Case Study: When A $1 Reserve Price Pays Off Big

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If you’ve been around Flippa long enough, chances are you’re quite familiar with “The $1 Reserve” auction. People call it a “No Reserve” auction, because a $1 Reserve auction means that the first bid at the lowest-possible price-point ($1) effectively meets the reserve price, and anyone can win. For this reason, these kinds of auctions can be […]

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Portfolio Sales Heat-Up, and Mortgages.info goes Exclusive

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This Week’s Flippa Followup As I hinted at in last week’s report, we’re excited to announce that Mortgages.info has become the latest Flippa-Exclusive Premium Domain auction, courtesy of Luc Biggs (Flippa seller Federer). Portfolio sales are going nuts. Yet another stellar lot change-hands, with Flippa seller Ali Zandi (KC Group) presiding over an auction of 60 app-related domains. Bidding was consistent, but towards the […]

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How to Sweeten the Deal to Close a Sale

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Last week, we explored how adding a Buy It Now late in an auction can help lock-down a sale. This week, I sat down with Ali Zandi (who is KC Group on Flippa) to learn more about a seldom-used, but very effective tactic: adding inventory to a domain auction to “sweeten the pot.” In this instance, it made the Buy It Now price impossible to […]

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After a Five-Hour Bidding War, Movie.info Takes a Front Row Seat at $24,626

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Happy July, and Happy-almost-July-4th! If you’re here because you read this week’s newsletter, you know that we’re changing-up the promo — this week, it’s all about audience participation. If you read the Domains Newsletter, we’d like to hear from you — the good, the bad, the ugly. Most importantly, I want to construct the newsletter based on […]

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