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Read our template for listings before posting a listing please
Domain must be in title domain (.com) or domain "com" OK
Only quality domains here please.
Google exact search stats,
Lease price and terms (points OK)
Max 4 related domains in each post eg credit card
Unrelated domains single post only
Max 1 post per day
No spamming
No flaming
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 10:37 am 
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Blah-Blah-Blah-.com
69 exact searches daily <---if this is a CCTLD domain use the stats for the country it represents
CPC $8.68
CTR 3.14% <-- if known (there are tools for this)
325/day broad search
average cpc $5.69
Lease rate $199 per month rising to 20% of return with minimum guarantees after 15 months.
Term lease 10-20 years.
Provide an english translation if the term is a foreign language phrase

General info: Put the domain in the title please. You can mask it with (.com) or something similiar.
1/ Exact search numbers are the exact searches for that term either daily or monthly. I don't care which period you use as long as you indentify it.
2/ Broad search is the number of searches that the term appears in. So for instance the term viagra appears as viagra or buy viagra or a lot of other search strings. Combining the various search numbers produces a broad search number.
3/ Average Cost per click (CPC) is the average cost of all the terms that search terms appears in.
4/ CPC is the average cost per click for that specific search term.
5/ CTR is the click thru rate. If 100 people hit the page (in the case above) 3 of them will click thru on the offer or ad. Now this is an adwords stat and not necessarily a true indicator if they were hitting a webpage instead. But high ctr activity indicates a receptive audience and is important.
6/ We recommend a minimum of 5 years for a lease term and no more than 20. Please indicate the periods you would consider in your post.
7/ Lay out approximately what you are looking for monthly and any additional terms such as indexing or bonus payments.
8/ Right of first refusal if an offer surfaces is an attractive offer to a leasee. To make it even more attractive give the leasee a clause that requires the buyer to accept the lease on the domain and continue it. That would be huge protection for them and a great comfort factor.
9/ If you intend to have a lease to purchase make sure the terms are clearly laid out.
10/ I would also state whether I would accept purchase offers in the post (optional)

Above all think of the transaction as if you were entering into it. What would you want and what would make you comfortable. Keep this in mind and it should be easier to get a positive response.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:58 am 
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Thanks for this template Gordon. In an effort to keep any post in this section I looked at your initial post for inspiration and guidance.

On another note how many names per person do you think it would be sensible to have in this section. As only three people so far have added available names to lease it might be prudent to address this early? It would be great to have an individual account facility where all of someone's names could be listed with individual lease terms.

I'm considering the end user when I mention this. Would it be off putting for an end user to trawl through post after post?

Is there a way that an end user on this forum can search for the type of name they are looking to lease or am I jumping the gun in terms of the way an end user may address this forum and on how we are best and most likely to lease our names by the participation in this forum?

Just a few questions and thoughts hopefully that will spark some conversation :)

Thanks

John


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:36 pm 
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John Harrison wrote:
Thanks for this template Gordon. In an effort to keep any post in this section I looked at your initial post for inspiration and guidance.

On another note how many names per person do you think it would be sensible to have in this section. As only three people so far have added available names to lease it might be prudent to address this early? It would be great to have an individual account facility where all of someone's names could be listed with individual lease terms.

I'm considering the end user when I mention this. Would it be off putting for an end user to trawl through post after post?

Is there a way that an end user on this forum can search for the type of name they are looking to lease or am I jumping the gun in terms of the way an end user may address this forum and on how we are best and most likely to lease our names by the participation in this forum?

Just a few questions and thoughts hopefully that will spark some conversation :)

Thanks

John

Good questions John

I will be setting up these rules

If the domains are related say credit card domains I would do no more than 4. When I see endless lists of domains personally I just click off the thread. If they are not related I would do an individual post for each one.

There will also be a limit of one post per day.

If the term is not an english term it must also have a translation for the mods.

I will be sub dividing the forum once we get a few more users. Such as financial, legal, ecommerce etc etc. End users should be able to target in a little better.

I hope that helps. I want to make this a very professional forum. I don't like seeing the long lists of "mydogateapurplebone.com" uber premium domain for sale type of posts. That is garbage and won't be permitted here.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:31 pm 
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I like that immediate filtering option Gordon. Quick work! Unless that was already part of the plan and the fine tuning of this forum :)

I have been a part of domaining forums in the past and have always left early on feeling there was a lack of professionalism within the community and I'm confident this one will be different.

How do you think end users will find doing business through a forum? Have you had any feedback? Could you gather this feedback? Would your recent 800K deal have been confident enough dealing with you if it had come through a forum?


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:40 pm 
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OK I have now revamped the section to provide more options in filtering the domains. Any further suggestions as to category of domains would be appreciated.

I have some ideas to build the end user component as well as a "in the back of my mind for years" market that I think this one would suit. I want to build membership a little more first before we start with that. It will come I promise ;)


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:59 pm 
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Regarding the categories might it be a good idea to take some of the ideas from the parking companies in how they ask you to attribute your domain to a category?

Just a few off the top of my head

+ education
+ fashion
+ computing
+ family
+ employment
+ games
+ shopping
+ technology
+ travel
+ dating
+ adult
+ gambling
+ insurance
+ film
+ future trends

Might you also break it down by tld? Offer the end user a chance to focus on one tld.
Might you add categories like LLLL.com, NNNN.com, CVCV.com?
Might you add a brandable category (might just end up with rubbish though)

Are posts moderated to check whether they fit primarily the criteria of the leasing section in which they are posted and secondly whether they meet the leasing template? It would be great to have section after section of solid names. That would be really impressive.

I'm looking forward to finding out about the ideas that have been 'in the back of your head for years' :D


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:27 pm 
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John Harrison wrote:
Regarding the categories might it be a good idea to take some of the ideas from the parking companies in how they ask you to attribute your domain to a category?

Just a few off the top of my head

+ education
+ fashion
+ computing
+ family
+ employment
+ games
+ shopping
+ technology
+ travel
+ dating
+ adult
+ gambling
+ insurance
+ film
+ future trends

Might you also break it down by tld? Offer the end user a chance to focus on one tld.
Might you add categories like LLLL.com, NNNN.com, CVCV.com?
Might you add a brandable category (might just end up with rubbish though)

Are posts moderated to check whether they fit primarily the criteria of the leasing section in which they are posted and secondly whether they meet the leasing template? It would be great to have section after section of solid names. That would be really impressive.

I'm looking forward to finding out about the ideas that have been 'in the back of your head for years' :D


I don't know where my head is I should have thought of a lot of those myself. I'll have to cut it down somewhat I don't want the section taking over everything just yet and it's already getting quite long. Thanks for the input.

I'm not sure ALL the ideas in the back of my head would pass the "why haven't we locked him up yet" test. But I think I have a couple of good ones for this format.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 1:09 am 
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That's a solid test to run things by- "If I do this will they lock me up...?" :)


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 7:20 pm 
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Hi,
have you thought of having a glossary for terms used in this template?
(If already here somewhere, apologies, and could you please point me in right direction.)
Some of the terms are 'ancient greek' to me, and as classical studies were lacking at my school, I'm in the dark!

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 7:30 pm 
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It was supposed to be a glossary... :(

Obviously I failed! :)

Which terms are you not familiar with or shoot me a pm if you want it private.

G.


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