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New Website @ Netfleet

Discussion in 'Domain News' started by DavidL, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. TroyWhiteInternet

    TroyWhiteInternet Membership: Community

    Oct 2, 2008
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    New design looks great! I'm getting quite a few offers through NetFleet at the moment.

    One suggestion I have is to allow sellers to change their price up or down as they choose. I just tried to do this but the system advised I couldn't raise the price after an offer had been made. The domain was listed at $1200 and the offer was $100! In the end I had to delete the listing, then relist the same domain at the new price. Bit of a time waste.
  2. Mark

    Mark Membership: VIP

    Nov 21, 2008
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    Hi Troy

    Glad you like the new look of Netfleet. There's a lot of new features too....its taken a while but we got there in the end! Great to hear you're getting a lot of offers...we've actually seen a big increase in buyers over the last few weeks

    Regarding your other point....the reason that restriction is in place is to stop sellers leading on buyers, and raising the price just because they seem to have a bit of interest - this would not please prospective buyers. Not saying thats the case with you of course, but there are people out there who may do that

    Taking on board though, I think currently you cant change target price if an offer placed - I will look to change this to only if an 'active offer' (30 days or less). Currently it includes acitve and expired offers.

    Hope this would help?
  3. DnEbook

    DnEbook Membership: VIP

    Jun 26, 2008
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    ... looking good

    lets sell domains

    even got a mention on dnjournal for the sale of webdesign ......cool
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2009
  4. johno69

    johno69 Membership: VIP

    Nov 29, 2008
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    auDA Member:
    Is there any check performed on domains that claim to have an active website?

    Is there a set criteria for these?

    They stand out a lot more with the little W icon, and a few I have checked out seem to only be sedo or similar parking pages.

    Would also be nice for these to have a link to the site in the listing somewhere.

    Or even better, have the hover of the "W" icon be a screenshot of the site, with a click taking me there.

    That would be both groovy and useful.