A Simple “For Sale” Landing Page For Domains

The more you can do to make it easier for people to a) know that your domain name is for sale, and b) get in contact with you is directly related to how many offers you get on your domains. I’m always amazed when people complain about not getting any offers only to have a parked page and privacy protected WHOIS.

While you might have some incredibly premium domains in your portfolio that you want to wait and hold out for that one magical buyer, there’s a good chance that most of the domains in your portfolio you’d be happy to sell.

One of the easiest ways to get more offers on your domains is a “For Sale” landing page. While you could hire a designer to build a custom page for you, I’ve often found that sites like ThemeForest tend to have more than enough templates that can do the trick, and most are under $50.


My new favorite “For Sale” landing page is called Domain Broker 2 and it’s available for sale for $11 on Themeforest. I didn’t make it and I don’t know who did make it, instead I like it, and it’s cheap and easy to get setup.

So if you’ve either been looking for a good landing page for domains you are trying to sell this might be exactly what you’re looking for. Just remember, the easier you make it for a potential buyers, the more offers you’ll get and the more sales you’ll make.

{ 11 comments… add one }

  • Mark September 13, 2015, 12:20 am

    Thanks Morgan!
    Great info.

  • Vasil September 13, 2015, 1:38 am

    Thank you, Mr. Linton.
    Simplicity is the new “sexy” and your suggestion is a great example.

  • Krishna September 13, 2015, 1:56 am

    Good post at right time Morgan.

    I am happy with DNS platform but they messed up in recent days through “get free quote” page.

    Lot of time wasting inquiries…Time to think about this.

  • Peter Rose September 13, 2015, 5:48 am

    Oh dear!! I just submitted 400+ domains to DNS as I have read that their system is better than Sedo. Now I’m not so sure. I was looking for something like this landing page, thanks.

  • Krishna September 13, 2015, 10:19 am

    @Peter Rose

    Their system is definitely better than Sedo (data and parking income). Unfortunately, they stopped listening to customers in recent days.

  • Nick September 13, 2015, 10:46 am

    DNS, is not and will never be customer friendly. Look at the Uniregistry: No customer service. They are using Answering services. The moment you complain or raise the issue, they will ban you or rudely ask you to leave their services.
    They have too much ego to even take care of customers. Uniregistry Marketing team is trying hard but all the veteran DNS guys have same rude and dictator’s mind that they are the best and they know the best. You take it or leave it.
    I wish they can have support and customer services like Godaddy or better.

    you stay with DNS if you “Do Not Say” any thing.

  • Tobias September 13, 2015, 10:58 am

    I use this one: http://themeforest.net/item/domena-20-domain-for-sale-template/1408726
    Handy if you want to display more information.
    (no relationship to theme developer)

  • Derek September 15, 2015, 7:50 pm

    Thanks for the review, Morgan!

    If anyone has questions/comments I’m open to feedback. I have an update planned that will feature minimum offer rejection, Google Analytics support, and geo-location of the submitted offer.

    (theme author)

  • Mark August 25, 2016, 3:28 pm

  • Boris Grossu October 22, 2016, 11:02 am

    If you’re looking for free and good looking domain sale landing pages, just forward your domains to Empage.me, using a special URL. Easy to setup, no registration needed and it’s free.

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