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First question I got is How do I cancel my iPage .com account? Looking forward for any comment. Second question of mine... I sold my first name

Sold on Sedo for $125.00. The transaction went without a hitch and the money desposited in my PayPal acoount a couple hours after I transferred the domain...

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That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Grats! my first HostGator sale was of a religious nature too.

I think thats where the money is! hehe...

Comment #2

Doesn't it feel great? You have made money on the internet! Selling HostGator names is even better than selling on !! You never held, touched, or saw the item you sold. You didn't have to pack, insure, or ship anything by UPS, or the US mail. If you have.

, or something similar, you don't wait to wait for payment, or "the check is in the mail"..

The best part of it all, is explaining to your friends how you made money selling "domain names". They stare at you, and think you are lying!!! Ha!!.

Great news, congratulations!!.


Comment #3

Nice & Congrats!.

Now, don't be like me and pickup 12 crappy HostGator names after selling a HostGator name. Pick up a decent one to make more money!..

Comment #4

Nice one, great feeling when you sell your first one...

Comment #5

Congrats! That's a great sale to have as your first!.

Exactly! I used to be an eBay Powerseller, but once I got into domaining I thought "Screw eBay, domaining is so much easier!".

The hard part is explaining to them what the heck a "domain name" is! By the time you're done with that, they'll be so confused that they'll believe anything! Hmm, I guess that says something about the technological knowledge that my friends have.....

Comment #6

It is a great feeling to get the first sale under ones belt. I'm just hoping for a bunch more sales in the future..

Thanks to all of you for your kind comments...they are all appreciated..

PayPal does make the transaction go quick. I also sell on eBay but I like domaining a lot more..

I do hope to sell a few of the names I have in my signature. Most I will sell but a few I'm planning on keeping..

I'm not looking to buy a bunch of names with my proceeds since I still have over 100 that I would love to sell...

Comment #7

Congrats.. I see you have <3.

Gl on the rest of your domains..

Comment #8

My first name sold was :-).

Not really religious. LOL...

Comment #9

Thanks. I'm hoping to sell a few more...a lot are coming up for renewal in a couple months!.

I do have and that's one I'm looking to hold on to for awhile...

Comment #10

Congrulations, Dennis! My first sale was my biggest, hopefully that won't be the same for you...

Comment #11

When I sold my names at sedo, it took a lot longer to transfer the name.

And get the money. How did you do it in couple of hours?..

Comment #12

I had the name registered at Godaddy and I just transferred it to Sedo Escrow Services and it was transferred within a few minutes and the money was in my account in about 2 hours...maybe even less than that..

Thanks Faisj for your kind comment...

Comment #13

Heh, you're lucky. My first Sedo transaction took exactly two months!.

Hoping for many more,.


Comment #14

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.