From $2,888 and $4,400 quote to $15,888 domain sale

Hi everyone,

It’s been a fantastic year for myself and I would call it one of the best year overall in terms of domaining.

Hope the post title doesn’t confuse any one as I want to clarify this at first. The price of $2,888 was quoted to inquirer A and $4,400 was quoted to inquirer B and finally the buyer who acquired the domain is different from them. Also the timings of all 3 price quotes differ very much from each other.

First, I would like to admit my mistake that I by mistake set the price of $2,888 for Digital-Identity.com after acquiring the domain around 3 years back. So when the first few inquiries came in, I quoted $2,888 without realizing too much of the set price. The domain didn’t got sold for $2,888 as the buyer wasn’t interested at that price.

In 2018, I received inquiry via DomainAgents where the buyer initially offered $3,321 to which I quoted $4,400. Buyer came back with $3,321 again without moving a little so I gave my final offer of $4,000. Eventually the domain wasn’t sold.

I was suppose to do repricing of domains which was long due and did the repricing around some time in 2018 during which I finally set the price of $15,888 for Digital-Identity.com. The new price was quoted to several inquirers including one interested buyer coming via Uniregistry broker with an offer of $5,000 which I happily declined. This inquiry came in mid 2018.

Fast forward to 25th December 2019, I received an email from Afternic saying the domain Digital-Identity.com sold for $15,888 at BIN.

So yes, I openly admit my mistake of setting the price very low in past and it can happen with any one. At least, I realized and changed to what I think was the right price to set for Digital-Identity.com and I’m very happy to sell this domain for what it sold for. Also this is my highest hyphenated domain sale.

Feel free to share your domain sales if you want and/or give your feedback on the above domain sale.

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Ibrahim Khan
Ibrahim Khan
2 years ago

oops you did it again. Congrats.

Niz
Niz
2 years ago

Congrats!
It didn’t sell for $2,888 coz $15,888 was waiting for you.. Thanks for sharing.

Kay
Kay
2 years ago

Oh my…..what a way to round up the year (assuming no other sale is made), especially for an hyphenated domain and a good one. Congrats on the sale!!!

Najeb
2 years ago

Congratulations

Uknowledge
Uknowledge
2 years ago

I am not surprised another good sale came from you again.The right name that draws the big sale that leaves most wondering.

Its been a great year and thank you for the details as always.

Sanjeev Tiwari
2 years ago

Congrats, Abdul sir 🙂 🔥

BullS
2 years ago

Must be the roti canai and durian you are eating in Malaysia…
Maybe you should get a Malaysian citizenship

Vinod Reghunathan
2 years ago

Wonderful as always. Keep up the sales. 2019 was one of the worst years for me with domain names. Happy for you.

Charlie
2 years ago

Congratulations on the sale.

Charlie
2 years ago

Congrats on the sale.

Brian
2 years ago

Congrats on the great sale Abdul 🙂

I just checked the domain is just parked and I’ve seen many times after buying the domain in high figures the buyer doesn’t make use of it for years.

satyadeep singh
satyadeep singh
2 years ago

what is your buying price and when you buy it

daniel sommer
daniel sommer
2 years ago

congrats. Do you have BIN price on you domains at Uniregistry?
Daniel

Muhammad Owais
Muhammad Owais
2 years ago

MashaAllah. Learning so much from your posts. Congrats and Keep going brother.

Paul Haughney
Paul Haughney
2 years ago

Well done my friend. Nice sale to finish off 2019. All the very best to you for 2020.

Matt Morgan
Matt Morgan
2 years ago

Hiya Abdul, congratulations on the sales of these domain names.

Happy New Year 2020!

Hope you have had a great start to the New Year.

How did you celebrate New Years Eve Abdul?

Well done once again!

athina@sol.dk
athina@sol.dk
2 years ago

Do you see any value in DigiIdentity.com?

athina@sol.dk
athina@sol.dk
Reply to  athina@sol.dk
2 years ago

why? Maybe because when you write it in Dotdb, you see no results??

athina@sol.dk
athina@sol.dk
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
2 years ago

thank you for your evaluation.

dee
dee
1 year ago

This is what happens when the right buyer shows up. Never would have priced that much for an hyphen domain name. Congrats Abdul.

Joe
Joe
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
1 year ago

Congrats abdul. But i have trouble understanding how come a hyphenated domain sold for that much 😅 was this previously a brand of some sort ?

Joe
Joe
Reply to  AbdulBasit Makrani
1 year ago

Hmm I see okay so it’s a trending topic, making digital-identity.com valuable, and I’m assuming digitalidentity.com (no hyphen) even more valuable ?

Mr Dee
7 months ago

Abdul, I like this sale because hyphenated domains are very hard to sell. Don’t you think there’s a killer trick to this sale. The buy now made the magic. It’s always good to evaluate and price domains with boldness. There’s a whole lot of pros when it comes to buy now, given a few I love so much; 1.Buyers respects/values prices on product as quality & bold decision by seller. 2.More exposure/fast marketing strategy. 3.Most aftermarket systems/multiple listing service and registrars help with fast transfer of domain name. 4.Buy now has up to 70% sales rate(instant purchasing without negotiation). 5.Buy… Read more »

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