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Buying & Selling Domain Names
If your .com or other domain has already been registered but isn't in use you may be able to purchase the domain for more on the aftermarket. Or if you have extra domain names you may be able to sell them for big money. Find out how aftermarket buying and selling of domains works.
As webmasters realized the necessity of choosing good domain names they began registering domains by the tens and hundreds, securing the best names for themselves. Others caught on that they could resale these previously registered domains for much more than a registrar because of the high demand for domains. Thus began selling and buying domains through the aftermarket.
Webmasters buying domains can expect to pay a lot more than registrar prices from Go Daddy and other low cost registrars ($6.95 - $30.00). Aftermarket domains can cost from $100 to a million dollars, depending on how much the domain is appraised to be worth.
Selling Domain Names
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