Selling Your Domain?

Ever thought about selling your domain? Looking at my about page I decided that I have way too many blog sites. This of course means I have too many domains as well. That being the case I decided I should get rid of some of the dead weight, so to speak.

How To Go About Selling Your Domain

The first one I decided to let go was my load of bullshit site. I hardly ever post on that blog anymore and I’m sure that there is someone out there who will be able to utilise it a lot more.

When it comes to selling your domain the first thing you need to do is to find a reputable site for selling your domain. After a lot of research I decided that Sedo was the best one for the job!

When first decided to sell my domains I thought about just listing the blogs on Sedo. I thought that perhaps some people would be interested in taking the whole blog over.

Then I discovered that when selling your domain with Sedo you’re better off to park the domain with them. So that’s what I did. You may even make a little money before the actual sale by parking your domain with Sedo.

Below you’ll see a screenshot of the domain parking statistics of

selling your domain sedo

As you can see, no money as yet but hopefully that will change soon. Either that or I come up with a quick sale. Either outcome would be great.

Moving Your WordPress Content To Your Computer

What I didn’t realize when parking my domain with Sedo was that I would lose all the content. That’s an awful lot of blood sweat and tears. I had to find a way to move those files from the web to my computer. It took a lot of Googling but I finally came up with this tutorial.

Once I got it all working on my Mac I was able to use the export/import feature of the WordPress Tools in my dashboard to transfer those posts, with comments, to my Well Blog Me blog. Over time I’ll refurbish those posts giving that blog a whole lot of new content.

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        1. Twitter:
          I’m hoping to get over $600 for it so I’m more than happy to let it ride for awhile just to see if I can actually sell it.

  1. That’s really interesting. But, how about if you are not able to sell your domain as per standards you have set for it. I mean It can go tricky as well.

    1. Twitter:
      Hey Sophie,

      I’m not sure I understand what you’re getting at? What standards are you referring to?
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  2. Twitter:
    How much your domain is worth depends on a lot of things, the most important being whether or not someone is looking for that particular domain. If its relevant to their business they may be willing to pay a lot more than you would otherwise get. You could also use the services of a site like EstiBot to give you a rough idea.

    As to where you can sell it, perhaps you should read the post again.
    Peter Pelliccia recently posted…Selling Your Domain?My Profile

  3. Twitter:
    I’ve been buying some domains lately, hopefully I’ll be able to flip ’em for some good dough. Just got myself started on the domain flipping business a couple of months ago, but I’m enjoying it so far.

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