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08|06|2009 05:13 pm EDT

Fusu Still Accepting Submissions for Auction at DomainConvergence 2009

by Chad Kettner in Categories: Domain Auction

Do you have quality domain names sitting around that you want to sell for top dollar? Fusu is still accepting domain submissions for the online auction starting August 13 at Domain Convergence 2009.

“You can present your domains to the very successful domainers that DomainConvergence attracts,” says Frank Michlick, the founder of DomainConvergence. “These are people who are serious about investing. Good offers are very likely to sell quickly at or above your asking price.”

Interested sellers can submit their domain names with a fixed asking price and the best offers will be hand-chosen for the exclusive auction taking place on August 13 and 14. Any domains that aren’t sold at the conference will be offered to the general public for a period of seven days following the event.

“Fusu has a proven history of connecting domain owners with investors,” says Tobias Ratschiller, co-founder of Fusu. “The crowd at DomainConvergence gets a list of hand-picked offers.”

If you are interested in submitting your domains, visit

Full Disclosure: Frank Michlick, the Chairman of DomainConvergence, is also an editor with

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August 6, 2009 @ 6:24 pm EDT

FYI: The submit link appears to bring up a partially blank page. Any ideas on an alternative submission channel?

Frank Michlick

August 6, 2009 @ 7:02 pm EDT

Thank you – the link has been corrected.

Thomas Lovelace

August 12, 2009 @ 11:11 am EDT

Hello Mr. Michlick – Question on domain convergence auction. If a domain is accepted for the auction, ( with a fixed price ), and is then bid higher at auction, does the domain owner receive the original fixed price, or the final bid price
from the auction for the domain? – Tom

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