As the owner of a certain domain, it is your prerogative to price that domain name. You can take guidance from other investors or use sales data to influence your price tag, but ultimately it is down to you to price each of your domain names as you see fit. The prices that you set may change periodically based on your situation. Shane Cultra (@Domain Shane), publisher of DSAD.com said in a recent edition of Expert Exchange: “My prices change all the time and often depend on my desire for money at that point in time.” However, if you own a large portfolio of names, it can be difficult to actively adjust prices across various marketplaces. This means that many larger portfolio owners may either rarely change their asking prices or they may simply respond to inbound offers. In this week’s poll, we are asking you how often you change the pricing on your domain names. This could be how often you change the prices you quote to inbound inquiries or it could be the frequency in which you modify the “Buy Now” or asking prices at various domain marketplaces. We've given you four options, which are Monthly, Quarterly, Annually or Never.