Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by BinaryFolio, Apr 23, 2019.
Please appraise following domain: PaymentOffer.com
not a bad domain,but the word offer takes the value away,anyway keep it for one year to see it.
the words don't compliment each other
Thanks for your opinions, Anyone else ?
Little to no value. What is a "payment offer" anyway?
When buying a name, it's always a good idea to see 1) if other companies are using the term in their domain names AND 2) if those other names have existing websites and business (not good if they're parked pages)
In this example, there are 4 other urls with "paymentoffer" in the url (which is horrible) and all 4 of them are parked pages. So this name has no commercial value in my opinion.
The words together don't really have a good meaning. You usually make an offer on a "price" or "value of something", because "payment" is a noun, an action where you actually pay for something, and not debate the price or whatever.
I can see why you thought it might be good, but the meaning is really weak (sorry) and even that weak meaning doesn't really encompass a meaning that is a stand alone product or service. For example, on "CarParts" website you know what to expect, parts for sale for cars.
But I cannot see much in the way of what to expect on "Payment Offer" website? Am I making an offer on your goods/services, someone else's website goods..?
Do you have an idea of how it could be used by a business? If so let us know
I guess it could be some pseudo-auction site. Not really brandable. Gonna go reg fee to low $xx on this.
Thank you all for appraisals. I really thought in a reverse order. My thought was related to discounts or offers websites.
@barman PaymentOffer means Offer/Discount on any payment like for any product but yeah, you are partially right related to its commercial value.
@james haw I thought it can be a good fit for affiliate website where anyone can offer discounts like discount on VPN products or alike
@Drongy Thank you for your valuable feedback
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