When we launched Efty we kicked off with an extensive list of categories users could assign to their domains and to list them under on their marketplace sites. The list was based on a wide range of categories we sourced from some of the well-known domain name marketplaces and we thought it would be sufficient. But … Continue reading From Emoji to Blockchain: 22 new Marketplace categories + matching For-Sale landing pages.
Building a product that people love isn't easy, there’s no doubt about that. It takes most start-ups a long time and a lot of money and even then, most of them fail to ever hit product/market fit. For this very reason, we were very excited when we launched our beta and real domain name investors … Continue reading Better, Faster, Stronger. Scaling Efty for the future.
Welcome to the sixth post in our Behind the Sale series on the Efty blog. In this series, I talk with domain name investors who share all the details behind a recent sale. You will learn how they bought low and sold high, how the negotiations went down and much more. Today, I am chatting with Chuck Hambling a part-time domain … Continue reading Behind the Sale: AirMedix.com – from $10 purchase to $2,400 sale
Since I started investing in domain names 4.5 years ago I paid more than $25,000 in marketplace commission and fees. in 2013 I paid $2,818 in commission on $9,369 in sales in 2014 I paid $4,464 in commission on $49,646 in sales* in 2015 I paid $11,102 in commissions on $49,325 in sales in 2016 I paid … Continue reading How to Reduce Commissions on Domain Name Sales
Welcome to the fifth post in our Behind the Sale series on the Efty blog. In this series, I talk with domain name investors who share all the details behind a recent sale. You will learn how they bought low and sold high, how the negotiations went down and much more. Today, I am chatting with David Gruttadaurio a part-time … Continue reading Behind the Sale: TrueAmateurs.com – from $59 purchase to $2,300 sale
Today, I'm excited to announce the launch of yet another payment method for buyers of your domain names: PayPal. PayPal integration has come to Efty because of your feedback; we heard how important it is for you to offer PayPal in your marketplace and/or individual For-Sale landing pages and worked to make it happen. As … Continue reading It’s here: PayPal + Efty = Awesome.
A deep integration with PayPal enables you to place Buy It Now (BIN) buttons on your For-Sale landing pages and domain name marketplace, allowing buyers to purchase your domain names directly with PayPal. As a trusted, secure, and seamless payment method used by more than 200 million people worldwide, PayPal can help you sell more … Continue reading Setting up your PayPal integration.