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ChargingPrice (.com)

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by td11, Dec 10, 2019.

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  1. td11

    td11 Established Member

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    Hello, what do you think about this domain name?
    What could the value be? Would it have more value in the future?

    Thank you
     
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  2. barman

    barman Top Contributor VIP

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    I think it has little to no value. What's "charging price" mean? Absolutely nothing to me.

    For a domain to have value, it has to imply meaning immediately. It has to be a name that a business would want to buy. You can try to convince yourself that everybody "charges a price" for something, but really, the name means nothing.

    You're better off trying to convince yourself of reasons to not buy a domain name.
     
  3. td11

    td11 Established Member

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    thanks for your opinion. I registered it because I thought of charging prices for electric cars.
     
  4. barman

    barman Top Contributor VIP

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    I guess that's one way to look at it, but aren't most charging stations free?
     
  5. td11

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    No, it is not free. Tesla offers free but that is at Tesla charging points. And for model 3 it is not free. I think also it depends which country and rules of this country.
     
  6. domain2009

    domain2009 Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hey mate, What I can see is that the name is freshly hand reg, no history involved (link juices), no search terms and no commercial/buying intent. I can't see there is a need for it, you may want to hold it for another 10 months or so and look for someone to get it off your hands for whatever price is. I'd suggest you quickly transfer the name over, take the money and run before wasting another yearly renewal fee for nothing. Good luck :xf.smile:
     

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