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Appraisal for "qolv.com"

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by roynsdx, May 30, 2020

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  1. roynsdx

    roynsdx Established Member

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    hey, everyone!!!
    I'm the 60 domains guy surely many people remember me here:happy::xf.grin:
    I'm back this time with a 4 letter dot com domain and asking for your kind review and insightful advices.

    thank you in advance.:xf.wink:(y)
     
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    It's certainly usable, A gaming, quiz type usage springs to mind. Obviously potential buyers for these type of domains have the opportunity to build long lists of alternatives. Pricing it right will help you make someones short-list. I would definitely fix price it (This is not the type of domain to be seen as playing games ;) with as a seller)

    The leading Q and a spurious relationship to 'Question' & 'Solve' are the key likes to this domain plus of course the obvious short four letter as a com
     
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  7. roynsdx

    roynsdx Established Member

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    hey, thank you for your comment that really helpful for me as someone new to this field. many similar valuable reviews as yours helped me to pick a domain such this. almost a month ago I was wasting money on buying almost 60 useless (garbage) domains until I got educated by some really kind people such(@NameBuyer.com ,@wurdd @gina ferrano @Peak.Domains @The Durfer) who offered me a lot of gold advices.
     
  8. roynsdx

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    i understand that pricing right is very important part of buying and selling domains but I still don't know how to price a domain I appreciate if you can give some tips or teach me how to do it :happy:
    and what does it mean "This is not the type of domain to be seen as playing games ;) with as a seller" :xf.embarrassed:
     
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  9. roynsdx

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    thank you for passing by :xf.grin:(y)
     
  10. BaileyUK

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    Hi roynsdx.
    I quite like this little made-up word, It has quite a little 'Novelty' ring and look to it. I don't really see it as an Acronym for a four word term but fairly usable as stand alone pronunciation.

    I can only tell you what I would probably do. I would list at somewhere like Dan.com and use their text field to enter and evoke some suggested uses. This will neither persuade (or put-off) a potential purchaser but it will highlight a element of versatility for such a short, four letter pronounceable .I use the Dan text fields in every listing and it doesn't seem to do my sales any harm, plus unlike some other listing services the text (comments) field is quite bold and user friendly.

    Now price wise - Not an easy one because a lot depends on your willingness to wait for a buyer. So my suggestion is use the minimum offer option. (or Fixed price) Personally i would be asking $600 minimum. If I didn't see any action for about 12 to 18 months then I'd probably lower it to $400 fixed price. If your looking to build a portfolio then don't worry about lowering the price, just leave it up there at the minimum $600

    by this I mean - I wouldn't be playing hard-ball (trying to up the price) with any potential buyer - It's very usable but it still is a novelty buy with many other domains out there that are similar

    I'm sure your aware domain selling requires patience. All the best
     
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  12. roynsdx

    roynsdx Established Member

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    I also like the name, before I bought it I tried to design a quick logo for it to see how it would look like and it was very pleasant to look at it, you can check the logo if you visit the domain. now I will do as you advised and try to wright a shortlist of potential usages.
    thank you, sir, that's so much enlighting lesson. I wish you all the best too and i wish you catch a great domain, you sell it and you end up super-rich :happy: .
     
  13. BaileyUK

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    Well Dan has just this morning has notified me of a $1,000 sale (buyer paid immediately) so I guess your good wishes worked.
    Now off to complete the transfer (A three word .com) I'll wait for the 'Super-rich' one
     
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  14. roynsdx

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    congratulations 🎉🎉👏🎉 you deserve it:pirate:(y):happy:
     
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    Low $XXX to reseller, and high $XXX at most for the right end user.

    gl
     

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