Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Sami Ketolainen, Jul 16, 2019.
I view them as fairly random contrivances, Sure they make sense and are self explanatory but that doesn't necessarily give them a likely home. These are the type of domains that with a bit of brain-storming and a sheet of paper people can come-up with all day long.
They lack any sort of real focus so virtually impossible to pin-down any potential sale and therefore value..
Thank you very much for your valuable appraisal.
I saw lot of potential in these names and there are purpose for them but finding the right user for names like this is always challenging.
I personally would never work that way around. The key is to understand a business model, preferably from your own experience and expertise then set about finding the right domains to fit those needs.
It's unfortunate that a lot of those fairly new to domaining do follow your same reverse logic as is demonstrated by a lot of posts on NP.
You can get away with it to a certain extent if your exploring the 'Branding' route but still you need to focus on an industry or business model. Your two domain examples lay between the two 'domaining' paths and therefore don't fit either
Yes, you are right.
This system has work'd from me. Before I got sick in the ending of 2018 and had to take break from domaining and from everything related to business - I made more profits in 9 months than in 4 years together.
Everyone has to find the own style what they find profitable.
machine have no value as is, because it's vague as to what type of machine
so, having a week for it, doesn't make sense.
intelligentexperts.com is redundant, because one assumes an expert is intelligent in their field.... that's why they are considered an expert.
intelligence experts, on other hand would be a viable domain, because it describes the field of expertise
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