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Best way to sell a large domain name portfolio + 3 trademarks

I would like to sell a large domain name portfolio + 3 trademarks (US & Canada). First domain name registered in 1998, the domain name portfolio is appraised at over $5 Million by Sedo.com (the largest domain name marketplace in the world). Health reasons are forcing me to abandon computers and retire early. Your ideas and thoughts are highly appreciated.

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The website is server95.com

Jan 14, 2014
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Sure, kindly provide contact details at the link below - Thanks.

Jan 14, 2014
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Hi,

M. Jarrar, if you are still interested in selling, do you have a list available of the domains that you would are selling ?

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Remco

Jan 12, 2014
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Thank you William, I will be using an attorney for sure, but for now I am trying to sell the domains based on valuation without any cash flow history or projection.

Jan 9, 2014
William A. Price
www.growthlaw.com
Business Lawyer
DuPage County, IL

sedo.com is, of course, a way to sell the individual domains, as are other domain name brokers. If you can verify cash flows (bank statements, accountant certifications help), then the whole package could be sold as a business on BizBuySell and other sites. You can buy keywords to get searches on the domain types you have for sale, and set up landing pages that offer to sell the sites. Similarly, trademarks and trade names can be offered to probable users or competitors in a direct mail campaign. These properties are like any others: they require active sales efforts, verifiable ownership, valuation by comparable type property sales, and buyers with cash to pay at a closing. For that, use an attorney to assure that you get paid and that you don't get sued after sale.

Jan 8, 2014

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