How do I sell my url?
Hello, I am in the process of retiring (health reasons, not age) and no longer have a need for my website. My site has excellent first page ranking on all search engines, only for my local area ( it's a local business). I know this url will get snatched the day after I let it go. Plus, I need the money! And lots of it, to be able to greatly cut back my work load.
I bought my url on GoDaddy and it was a really simple process. I imagine selling your url through them would be just as easy if you aren't looking for a lot of work.
Aside from Godaddy and Sedo, check out Flippa.com
Since your website has valuable attributes, you may include detailed information such as page ranking or cashflow that it generates thus giving potential buyers transparency. Best of luck!
You can list your domain on GoDaddy's premium listings and set your own prize when someone find this types domain who will see your listing prize.
You can also join FB groups. There are many groups where you can share it with your prize & if someone want this who can directly contact with you.
If you are in Nj piano business then it will be great if you want to hand it over to a person from the same industry. I know a wonderful piano teacher from NJ may be a right person who can value your passion.
Let me know if you are interested.
I have used this service before. Lots of good info. Sedo offers all the tools needed to buy, sell, and monetize domains including domain appraisals, brokerage services,...
I hope this helps you. https://sedo.com/us/?language=us
GoDaddy has an option called Premium Listings where you can set your price for the domain name. When people search for the domain on GoDaddy, they'll see it as available for the price that you've set.
If you're talking about the site in your profile (pianolessonsnj.com) your best bet may be reaching out to other NJ piano teachers and music stores directly. Maybe even the owners of the other top 10-20 search results for your keywords.
The best way to get the most value is to find the right buyer.
Also, be ready to make an argument for why it's worth your asking price. If it generates X number of leads a day that turn into $XXX revenue for your business, the investment in the domain is justified.
On the other hand, if it doesn't generate much business for you (despite high search ranking) what's it really going to be worth to another business owner?
Either way, you know what your numbers are and need to be ready to make the case.
Godaddy offers great deals for domains... but think of your domain like real estate. Its all about value - so dont take the first offer that comes around.