You can list it for sale on:
-Digital Point Forum
If it is a premium domain name (one word, or high demand keyword) you may want to get a broker - like bido.com or sedo.com.
Hope that was helpful, and good luck selling!
I registered at that site and reading through it but it is sorta confusing.
You'll have to do a lot of reading before you start to understand the lingo they use.
I'm sure a quick 'google' will reveal terms like tld (top level domain) and other acronyms that they throw about.
Just read, read and read some more. After a few weeks you'll be surprised how much you've learnt without noticing. I suggest having a few weeks under your belt before trying to sell anything, otherwise you may get hit with questions and it's not so much a problem of not knowing the answer, but not knowing what the heck they're saying
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