Like any asset, not all domains are created equal. The fact is that some domains are a lot more difficult to sell than others, for many different reasons. Who better to discuss this topic than our very own Jeff Gabriel? (broker of the famous $13 million sales of sex.com)
TranscriptHi, my name is Jeff Gabriel. I am the Co-Founder and CEO of Saw.com. We are the leading domain brokerage on the net. We’re always writing fresh content to help viewers like yourself understand and love the same industry that all of those that work with me at Saw.com have grown to love. I’ve made a list of common questions and I want to answer each of these questions in 30 seconds or less.
What is the hardest type of domain to sell?I think the question here is “what industry is the hardest to sell to?” I take it, from my end of the table, as a different way of thinking. From the broker’s perspective, I’m thinking about “what’s the hardest situation you get yourself into when selling?” So for this question, there are really two things, as domain brokers, that are really hard for us to do:
- Sell domains with a questionable history
- Sell domains in particular industries