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Located in Domain Beginners, started by archuv, Mar 30, 2016

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  1. archuv

    archuv Established Member

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    I have selected a domain.it's ppc 0.75 dollar and monthly average search 15125. estibot shows it's value is 1100 usd. How much it could be? any idea?
     
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  2. Samujjal

    Samujjal Established Member

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    depends whom you are selling to..Reseller or enduser..

    If you can find a perfect enduser..its good..
     
  3. biggie

    biggie Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    vague posts about a domain, where only you know what it is, can never be evaluated.

    imo...
     
  4. iowadawg

    iowadawg Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    biggie speaketh truth...
    generalities mean nothing.
    Either go specific, or forget ever getting a decent answer.
     
  5. Nappy Bunch

    Nappy Bunch Top Contributor VIP

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    without knowing the domain name itself the question can not be answered.. how long is the domain name, is it trademarked etc..
     
  6. SheikhOvais

    SheikhOvais Established Member

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    There's an old saying in the domain selling world: "a domain is worth what the buyer is willing to pay for it".
     
  7. biggie

    biggie Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    that's a hand-me-down-line, that you should eradicate from your mind.


    which buyer?

    the lowball buyer or the newbie buyer, or the "lowball offerer" who knows real value, but hopes you don't?

    or the right buyer who may show up 6 yrs later?

    which buyer decides how much "your" domains are worth?


    imo....
     
  8. SheikhOvais

    SheikhOvais Established Member

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    @biggie thanks for your reply.

    Yes, I mean the right buyer who could show up 6 years later or may be in 6 weeks. Not sure if there's anything to argue in that, as it depends purely on the business model of a domain investor, if he's holding the domain for the right buyer--for long term, or wants to flip the domain instantly to a non-end-user.

    But normally we can expect good prices when the "right buyer" is:

    1. an end-user
    2. who needs to acquire the domain seriously
    3. for the right price/price above non-end-users are willing to pay
     
  9. bobbarato

    bobbarato Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Well isn't there something like "visit to click conversion ratio"? OP said 75 cents per click with ~15k monthly visits. 10% is ~$1100/mo and 1% is $110/mo or $1300/yr

    Assume domain name has zero value and it's just the cash stream being valued. Now how true and consistent is the visit volume and how long will the keywords be valuable?
     
  10. Enwych

    Enwych Established Member

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    15K monthly searches for keywords, not visits. That would make a big difference. And it also makes a difference if they are broad or exact match searches.

    Estibot is notoriously unreliable for exact figures. Take youcoin.com for example that sold for $79K last week. The estibot value before the sale was $1100.00. Unfortunately, it also goes the other way. I've heard some say the higher the estibot value is, the closer it is to being accurate. I'm not even sure about that, but the bottom line as far as valuation is that you have to do research. Candace Cooke does a recap of the daily top sales with estibot values at Zandibot. https://www.zandibot.com/category/domain-names/resources/daily-domain-sales-recap There's also Namebio.com to get an idea of what's selling and for how much. Also browsing the sedo, flippa and godaddy auction and BIN listings can give you an idea of how other people are pricing similar names. And there's the blog entry at Domain Shane "Don't worry about appraisals, everyone is guessing anyway, everyone." http://domainshane.com/dont-worry-about-appraisals-everyone-is-guessing-anyway-everyone/DomainShane

    Good luck with your name!
     

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