Updated November 30, 2017
So, I finally broke down and gave flippa a try.
My current flippa listing is limited to a handful, but top-level domains offered through auctions. Judging from some blog entries elsewhere on the web, it seems not everybody is thrilled to trade on flippa.
But considering the only other alternative, a marketplace, dominated by sedo, I think it's time to give flippa a chance. It seemed like a proper auction place particular because flippa sold rides.com back in December 2014 for $120,000 and BabyBottles.com in January for $10,000.
While sedo is dominating the European market, in particular, the country code domain sales, it remains a mystery to me that I have never received an offer, nor having been contacted, despite the fact that I have listed hundreds of domains with them, since 2008.
Yes, my domains produce very little if any income, and no, we cannot boast of hundreds of visitors daily. The value of domain-inventory.com is apparently visible in keywords domains
Whatever your content or your business might be, there is a perfect chance we have a domain name to match. Also, we offer domains in three different languages, English, German and French and more, with 16 various extensions, mostly TLDs, and ccTLDs.
To show what is selling and for how much, (updated today) I have recorded domains sold on my website going back to April 2012.
While this 'link farming' has also brought me the wrath of Google, who besides, sedo ignores Domain-inventory.com as well, I thought it necessary to show what is selling globally and for how much.
Furthermore, my sold listing is an excellent source to check and compare prices before plugging down your hard earned money for 'porn.com' or something equally overpriced.
Looking at past domain sales listings, courtesy of DNJournal, I am at least assured - compared with what is selling today - that my vintage, never been used, top level, country code, multilingual and generic domains are quite valuable after all.
So, rejoice if you see one or more of my domains on flippa, (or DomainNameSales, Godaddy, and oh yes, sedo), place your bid, make an offer or buy outright, because finally you know, you've found the right domain.
Looking back today, November 2017 I can state that flippa is a not a great place to offer domains for sale. Only those domains with lots of traffic and income have a chance to fetch a decent price in an auction.