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This post is unofficial and the contents herein are purely my opinion and advice.
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For Sellers:
The typical domain name (.com, .net, .org) retails online for around $10, although can usually be purchased for less. This being said, most domains aren't worth much for resell unless they contain great keywords or are very generic.

Domain names that are specific to a certain server name such as "TannerLittleServer.com" is worth little to nothing unless another user has plans to start a new server under that name or already has a server under that name, which is very rare.

In most cases in domain resale, you won't make much profit, if any, off of what you originally paid the domain for. So starting an auction for 10x what you originally paid is completely ridiculous and can be guaranteed to turn over no results. I recommend starting auctions a lot less than what you originally paid, which has shown to increase bids and adds a form of competitiveness among other users one the first bid is placed (which will only happen if the starting price is reasonable).

With these tips in mind, try to choose a reasonable price for your domain when you start your endeavour.
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For Buyers:
Know the value of a domain before purchasing. If the domain is completely specific to a server name, then the domain is worth much less than a generic domain or one with great keywords (Or OG as some say it). Keep this in mind when purchasing or bidding on a domain name.

Use common sense and avoid being an asshole. This being said, incrementing a domain bid by 1 cent is absolutely unacceptable. You should always increment by at least $1, which helps prevent spam and bad bidding.
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If You Were Linked Here From Another Thread:
If you found this link inside a post on a domain selling thread, then it means that somebody believes that your domain pricing is unacceptable and would like you to read over this to revise. Many domain threads on Mc-Market are much higher than they're worth, and so maybe you should rethink what you're expecting. Hey, getting a smaller amount than anticipated on your domain is better than not selling it at all, right?
 

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Anybody selling the domain "TannerLittleServer.com"? Paying $70-$80
 
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