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    Premium vs. Classified Listings for DOMAINS

    This question is being asked before, so I'll post it here (hoping that someone can really answer this finally):

    What classifies (or qualifies) a domain as being worthy of being listed in the Premium Domain Auction category?

    As a longtime domainer myself, I can easily spot value. I can also say that I can spot domains that are being over hyped as valuable names. And pertaining to the Marketplace here, I can say with no reserve that some names in the "Premium" category do not deserve to be there.

    So who determines this and how?

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    Premium domain name = auction process, only one domain per listing.

    Domain name classifieds = list as many domain names as you want in the ad. Accept offers via email or private message.

    There's no set criteria for what qualified as a Premium Domain Name - the high listing price is what we use to deter sellers from listing useless domains in that category.
    Matt Mickiewicz - Co-Founder
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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy linkin99's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Mickiewicz View Post
    Premium domain name = auction process, only one domain per listing.

    Domain name classifieds = list as many domain names as you want in the ad. Accept offers via email or private message.

    There's no set criteria for what qualified as a Premium Domain Name - the high listing price is what we use to deter sellers from listing useless domains in that category.
    So that, and a higher price level differentiates the 2 categories. Thanks Matt!


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