Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Tredge, Oct 5, 2017.
Considering selling this domain.
Would appreciate an appraisal.
Mid to high 4 figures end user.
I agree with slader, if not higher if a company really wanted this domain, a great 6L .COM. I hope you get an 'astronomical' figure!
5 figure name, in my opinion.
Cygnus.net sold for 7,250, so it is legitimate to expect more.
cygnus.net 7,250 USD 2011-01-26 Sedo
If you are looking for a quick sell, I think you can count on low XXXX.
You will get 6 figures at least for this domain.
- 'Cygnus' is registered in 38 extensions, a huge amount
- it is part of the domain string of many more domains
- there are dozens of active Trademarks around the world for Cygnus, and many new ones pending - just check the WIPO international database here
- there are abundant companies around the world, from very small to very large, using this name
- stellar name for all kinds of companies, very versatile as it looks sexy, techie, classy, artsy, spiritual, etc. it's a word that makes a definitive statement
To sum up:
Very visually attractive word for almost any kind of company, especially tech, so extremely versatile; huge number of extensions regged, so obviously already very in-demand; huge number of trademarks, which proves the attractiveness of this word as a brand; and most important, a very large pool of very large potential buyer corporations.
If it were fewer and smaller companies using this name, I'd value it in the mid 5 figures; but with the sheer number of trademarks and large corps using this name already, and considering the size/quality of those potential buyers, I have no problem saying you'll get well into the six figures for this one.
I know you're not in danger from other TM holders, as your company Southcomm absorbed this domain (and project) years ago and you have your own TM on it. I assume that Cygnus project has now been let go, so you're considering your options with this domain asset...
Good luck, beautiful domain
Nice Domain. High xxxxx - xxxxxx
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