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Appraisal: ensaas / gimmefile / vmexchange / foolproofbooks- .com

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by VirtualKevNames, Jun 11, 2021

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  1. VirtualKevNames

    VirtualKevNames New Member

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    Oh wise ones... apologies, total n00b here, who has been sitting on a bunch of domains I realized might have value.

    Would be indebted to y'all if folks could comment on:

    (1) Value (like, a real dollar range, as in "Under $1k" or "$5k-$15k" kind of thing) (I have GoDaddy's estimates, don't know whether to trust those...)

    a. ensaas.com
    b. foolproofbooks.com
    c. gimmefile.com / .net / .org
    d. vmexchange.com


    (2) Whether I should submit for consideration as a "Top Domain" (what's the dollar value to qualify?)

    Many thanks.
     
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  2. jhm

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    ENSAAS - Very little value, in my opinion

    Fool Proof Books - Acceptable. Low hundreds, up to mid hundreds (to the right buyer)

    Gimme File - Also owning the ".net" and ".org", I consider this an attractive package - Low thousands territory, sold as a package (to the right buyer ...I consider the scope good with this one)

    VM Exchange - Variation Margin is a thing, in the derivatives market ...however, very specific / speculative. Don't get too excited, I want to recommend "offers accepted" on this one. If no interest, drop
     
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  3. VirtualKevNames

    VirtualKevNames New Member

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    Thanks. I wonder whether folks from a more technical background would concur or have a different perspective (for example SaaS is quite a hot area, to "ensaas" or bring into the cloud is quite topical... similarly "vm" is often associated with 'virtual machine', a virtual machine exchange is another hot Cloud area)
     
  4. jhm

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    @VirtualKevNames Maybe, I respect that. Maybe others will see a different view
     
  5. VadimK Iberica

    VadimK Iberica Established Member

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    The words are waay to specific. You keep in mind that the narrower it gets, the less customers you will have, but not only that - it also gets easier for them to find a good combination which they can hand-reg.
    For example, DoSaas.com now is on sale for only $199.
    If you brainstorm for 15 min, you'll find some 3-4 good combinations that you register for $8.50, so why would they pay?
    FoolProofBooks - sounds funny, but it is unlikely book store owners will call their sites this way...(and pay for it, again).
    c. gimmefile.com / .net / .org - fun misspelled, yeah... could be, could be. Low to mid $$$ if you are very lucky.
    d. vmexchange.com - low $$$ if you are lucky, but the average Joe can't read here ''Virtual Machine'' - again, it's only for professionals..

    Generally as you could guess, I am not in favor of very specific tech domains, but sincerely wish you good luck!
     

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