Best time to end your auction at GoDaddy Auctions

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So today I am going to tell you the best time to start and finish off your auction at GoDaddy Auctions which will increase the chances of your domain auction to get sold.

Although I don’t sell many domains with GoDaddy Auctions because I prefer the endusers to contact me directly. In my opinion the best ending time for a 7 day public auction is Sunday evening (U.S time). Most of the buyers and sellers who frequently participate at GoDaddy Auctions are from U.S so I always try to target this occasion no matter it’s sleeping time in my country.

There is one more thing which you can try by tweaking ending time for your auction. Let’s say you are selling a domain which is more targeting for Chinese buyers for example so you must set the ending time according to China timing zone. Although there are buyers for from all over the world but these days we see many serious buyers are coming from China.

What are your opinions in this regard? Does any one agree or disagree with me?

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That’s a good tip bro, come to thing of it, it increase one’s chances to have more buyers around.


Thanks for your post, as always great stuff. What’s your opinion, when is the best time and day of the week to send an email to the endusers? How do you normally do this, do you do a one page sites and direct to them; or sell it through marketplaces and direct the enduser to that; or for example – park a domain with a “For sale” sign that links to separate site that list all your domains? There are a lot of ways to do this but which one would you recommend to a newbie guy? Thanks, Mark P.S.… Read more »


Thanks a lot, really appreciate that. Have noticed that you have that “next” post already [haven’t read it yet but know in advance that it has plenty of useful stuff].
Gosh, you are really fast. The ink from my comment hasn’t had time to dry out yet – and you posted with answers already. Very impressive!
Thanks again, you are very helpful!