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  1. Future Sensors

    survey Show others your exact domain pricing tiers from $1k to $10k

    Suppose you are using structured pricing tiers for all your domains, which is a sensible thing to do for larger portfolios. Exactly how many and which price tiers would you create in the range from (around) $1,000 to $10,000? List each of these exact tiers, down to the dollar. Just as you...
  2. Future Sensors

    survey Show others your exact domain pricing tiers from $1k to $10k

    Suppose you are using structured pricing tiers for all your domains, which is a sensible thing to do for larger portfolios. Exactly how many and which price tiers would you create in the range from (around) $1,000 to $10,000? List each of these exact tiers, down to the dollar. Just as you...
  3. Paperhand

    sales Call for offers - A realistic pricing strategy?

    Hi, I am in the situation that one of my kw+AI.com domains has attracted substantial interest. The kw is the name of the niche in which the prospects are operating. I started a cold outreach email campaign, basically a very brief, no-fluff notice about the domain's availability and the...
  4. Paperhand

    sales Call for offers - A realistic pricing strategy?

    Hi, I am in the situation that one of my kw+AI.com domains has attracted substantial interest. The kw is the name of the niche in which the prospects are operating. I started a cold outreach email campaign, basically a very brief, no-fluff notice about the domain's availability and the...
  5. infosec3

    survey Increasing your domain prices - What ChatGPT says about it. This may make you rethink your pricing strategy. Feel free to respond and vote...

    I have consulted a few sources regarding pricing theory and have read a lot about it. I also consulted ChatGPT and wrote a prompt asking whether people's perception about the value of a product would change if you apply a high price tag. This is the response I got: People's perception of the...
  6. infosec3

    survey Increasing your domain prices - What ChatGPT says about it. This may make you rethink your pricing strategy. Feel free to respond and vote...

    I have consulted a few sources regarding pricing theory and have read a lot about it. I also consulted ChatGPT and wrote a prompt asking whether people's perception about the value of a product would change if you apply a high price tag. This is the response I got: People's perception of the...
  7. ravidesai

    question How you decide your domain/website Pricing

    I just would like to know, that people deciding their product value, like here, Some of r most of domainers are selling domains and expecting some price of that. So, Which factor you looks to PRICED YOUR DOMAIN name ? Please share your own pricing modal.
  8. ravidesai

    question How you decide your domain/website Pricing

    I just would like to know, that people deciding their product value, like here, Some of r most of domainers are selling domains and expecting some price of that. So, Which factor you looks to PRICED YOUR DOMAIN name ? Please share your own pricing modal.
  9. T

    poll Did domain prices go down market-wide lately already, due to low sales?

    Not necessarily if you are personally lowering prices. But if you think the market did reduce prices overall already. It's probably not a good idea - in my opinion - to (ever) reduce prices. With domain renewal prices and high auction buy prices currently, all you get will be losses by...
  10. T

    poll Did domain prices go down market-wide lately already, due to low sales?

    Not necessarily if you are personally lowering prices. But if you think the market did reduce prices overall already. It's probably not a good idea - in my opinion - to (ever) reduce prices. With domain renewal prices and high auction buy prices currently, all you get will be losses by...
  11. Andrew V

    discuss Fake offers go nuts

    Hi Namepros. Recently I’ve had several fake offers, on one domain in particular. The offers were pretty reasonable though. Once they declined my counteroffer, and another time I accepted, but the guy disappeared. And today I see this in my inbox… My question is - just why? Please share your...
  12. Andrew V

    discuss Fake offers go nuts

    Hi Namepros. Recently I’ve had several fake offers, on one domain in particular. The offers were pretty reasonable though. Once they declined my counteroffer, and another time I accepted, but the guy disappeared. And today I see this in my inbox… My question is - just why? Please share your...
  13. LoveCatchyDomains

    question How frequently do you adjust prices on your marketplace listings?

    1) How often do you adjust prices on domain marketplace listings that have not received bids? Weekly? Monthly? 2) If you have BIN and Starting offer on these, do you generally decrease both, or only one of those prices first? 3) If the listing is on Afternic, do you also tend adjust the...
  14. LoveCatchyDomains

    question How frequently do you adjust prices on your marketplace listings?

    1) How often do you adjust prices on domain marketplace listings that have not received bids? Weekly? Monthly? 2) If you have BIN and Starting offer on these, do you generally decrease both, or only one of those prices first? 3) If the listing is on Afternic, do you also tend adjust the...
  15. NickB

    Namebio live feed

    Just logged into namebio and noticed at the top in between "featured listings" & "top sales" in bright red is a new tab called "live" It looks to be updating new domain sales on a regular basis...... Anyone else notice this? How long has it been around for? I personally think it's a pretty...
  16. NickB

    Namebio live feed

    Just logged into namebio and noticed at the top in between "featured listings" & "top sales" in bright red is a new tab called "live" It looks to be updating new domain sales on a regular basis...... Anyone else notice this? How long has it been around for? I personally think it's a pretty...
  17. T

    guide 15 Pricing Points / Tips: The $300 - $3K retail price range, explained

    As you might have read previously, in the past I've posted a lot of stuff about pricing domains under $300 (market range). This time I'm going to address the standard retail price range, $300 to $3K. Hopefully it would be useful to you. There are some things I've observed in my sales experience...
  18. T

    guide 15 Pricing Points / Tips: The $300 - $3K retail price range, explained

    As you might have read previously, in the past I've posted a lot of stuff about pricing domains under $300 (market range). This time I'm going to address the standard retail price range, $300 to $3K. Hopefully it would be useful to you. There are some things I've observed in my sales experience...
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