You can't force the sale of a domain name.

You can't force the sale of a domain name.

Are you trying to force the sale of your domain name?

Maybe you have identified the perfect buyer.

What do you do next?

Sometimes it just takes time to convert their mindset. The more patient you are the easier it will become to sell your domain names.

If you have a high value domain name you will want to use a domain name broker.


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Chris Zuiker specializes in helping startups and founders to acquire their (.com) domain name for the lowest possible cost today. He has been helping companies as a domain name broker since 2014 and has completed over eight figures in transactions. If you are needing help buying or selling your domain name reach out. You can find more about our Domain Name Broker services at


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  1. Kevin McAuliffe on February 26, 2021 at 12:16 am

    Hey Chris some great insight again… thanks! Do you have any contacts with Canadian buyers? With the .ca I have a few names from 10 to 17 years old! 90 % Canadian Domains

  2. K. McIntyre on February 26, 2021 at 12:52 am

    The problem, is that Domain Name Pirates buy all of these domain names by the hundreds, literally, and they pay only $12 each for them. Then they attach hype words and terms such as "Premium", or "TLD" to the domain name that they just paid $12 for, then they pirate the damn domain name to someone that actually needs it and try charging them $2,500, $5,000 or even $10,000 for the name they just paid $12 for… then they refuse to negotiate, you know…. because of "TLD Premium", and they FORCE people to become creative and literally MAKE UP NEW WORDS for the English language, just so that they can buy a name and afford to get their company online. These domain Pirates, that’s EXACTLY what they are, are nothing more than snake oil salesmen. They gouge prices on products that they pay very little for, and they yearly upkeep is literally only $12 / year per name, yet they want to claim that they have more money than that into the names. I say we all Boycott these scum virus bastards, and continue the trend of making up new words and bypass them completely. I PRAY TO GOD that these scum all go out of business and lose every penny they ever paid for their domain squatting business. (that’s exactly what it is).

  3. Business on February 26, 2021 at 12:55 am and are for sale.