@grant Recently there are more and more contest holders that are open to buying premium domains. Since I own a lot of domains that were bought in the aftermarket including some dictionary words, LLLL.com and other high end names- it’s quite frustrating that I’m not allowed to pitch them to contest holders unless I’m willing to offer them for free.
Say a contest holder is open to buying a domain for up to $10,000. What’s the difference if I offer it within that budget or if a creative found it for sale in a marketplace somewhere and pitches it? These domains cost hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars so there’s no way they can be offered for free and when a creative owns them it’s actually much better for the CH because the sale isn’t depended on an unknown third party. So why not let creatives offer them when a CH is looking for premium options? If you’re worried about quality- you guys can possibly screen these domains yourselves and if there’s a sale- facilitate the transfer and get a cut from the profit. Win win win situation.
I hope it’s something you can consider. Thanks!