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INTRO Advice? Newbie Selling Domain Name for First Time - $4,000 USD Initial Offer

Hozzyj

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Hello! I hope this is the right spot to post this. I searched 'Domaining' and related terms to find the best home for this comment but since I'm essentially still a newcomer I suppose I'll post here.

I purchased a domain name for $50 and just received an offer for $4,000 USD.

It's a marketable domain (single word, meaningful & relevant term) in a profitable niche.

I have plans to use the domain in the future. I'm trying to see how much they will offer. Any negotiation tactics are appreciated.
 

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It's a marketable domain (single word, meaningful & relevant term) in a profitable niche.
I'd try to find out who the buyer is. Is it a publicly traded company? Or a dude in his basement?
 

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