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We've a domain name that's okay, though hardly brilliant, that we no longer need.

How would you go about auctioning or selling it? Has someone a recommended site where to put it up?

I'm assuming this is fair practice, we had thought we'd a real use for it and we're certainly not squatting the name.

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    When WebMasters SE goes public beta, this would be more appropriate there. Commented Jul 13, 2010 at 22:43
  • fair enough, i'll have to wait till then...
    – dove
    Commented Jul 14, 2010 at 7:42
  • are you happy with one of the answers, @dove? Pick one! You don't have to wait for Webmasters SE if you are happy with one of the answers here.
    – Gaia
    Commented Sep 6, 2012 at 23:54
  • @Gaia thanks for nudge, I'd +1 yours ages ago but went with Sedo so John got there first.
    – dove
    Commented Sep 24, 2012 at 11:51

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If you are sure you have the rights*, here is the list.

  • Snapnames.com
  • Sedo.com
  • Godaddy.com Auctions
  • Auctionpus.com
  • Ebay.com
  • Latonas.com
  • Afternic.com
  • Domainmonkey.com
  • Bido.com
  • Domaintools.com
  • Greatdomains.com (Part Of Sedo)
  • Namejet.com
  • Snapnames.com
  • Winyourdomain.com

You can also try to sell it via the specialized forums (incomplete list):

  • dnforum.com
  • namepros.com
  • domainforums.com

Good luck!

PS: Only an IP lawyer can tell you for sure if you have the rights to the domain name and domain name disputes are usually resolved by the World Intellectual Property Organization.

While your domain is sitting in your hands, you might as well make some money of it. Park your domain at a domain monetization service

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Sedo is a good place to start. Some registrars like Godaddy also have marketplaces.

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