Effectively Marketing Your LLLL.coms

Sometimes a sales thread with an asking price just isn’t good enough to close a deal… Take a look at this — a quad premium LLLL.com I’ve put up for sale on Namepros. With the very large discrepancy between entry level quad premium LLLL.coms and the names we always see reported for $1k+, it’s important to elaborate on your offering.

What makes your name worth the price you’re asking? Does it have lots of real world endusers? Would it be easy for someone to form a new company around this name? In short, why should someone pay a premium for your name? If you can’t answer those questions, it’s likely your potential buyer can’t either — and if he has no reason to pay a premium for your name, what’s the likelihood that he will?

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~ by Reece on January 18, 2008.

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