There are plenty of places where you can list your domain names, today we will have a look at the top ten domain marketplaces. Should you list your domains on all marketplaces? If you can you definitely should! The more marketplaces that you list your domains at the bigger the chance that you'll sell one of them. Some marketplaces require exclusive listing, these marketplaces are usually for brandable domains. So if you have brandable domains keep that in mind. We have a separate article about brandable domain marketplaces.
The domain marketplaces listed below aren't in any particular order but are the ten most common marketplaces, each has its own pros and cons so investigate the marketplace before you list your domains.
Dan.com is a very popular marketplace with domainers, they have great landing pages and batch uploading your list of domains is really easy. They charge reasonable commission rates and offer good customer support.
Afternic is another popular marketplace that lets you register domains as well as sell them, it can be quite convenient to have everything under one roof.
This registrar doubles as a marketplace as well and has a huge inventory of domains listed for sale.
Epik offers a whole range of domain services and has a rich marketplace. A great site also run by epic is https://nameliquidate.com/ where you can list domains that you want to get rid of as a last resort before dropping them.
Another marketplace that mostly targets entrepreneurs is Flippa, you can buy just domains but they offer entire businesses for sale as well. Flippa is mostly visited by entrepreneurs so if you have domains targeting online businesses specifically it might be worth the try to list your domain here.
One of the biggest domain registrars in the world also has an extensive domain marketplace. Listing your domain here offers you quite a bit of exposure to potential buyers.
Another great domain registrar is NameCheap, which offers a wide variety of TLDs and low renewal prices. When you register your domains here you can easily list them on their marketplace as well.
Technically more a forum than a marketplace, but they have a for-sale section. If you are looking to get rid of some of your inventory and offer it to other domain investors this is a great place to get started.
NameSilo is a well-known domain registrar that offers a marketplace as well. You can both list your own domains and perhaps you'll find some great deals here as well.
Another registrar that offers full services for domainers is sedo, they offer domain registration, parking pages, auctions, and a marketplace for your domains.