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HighPointGuy

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As the owner of more than a few similar (but shorter) names. You can expect to get in the low to mid $XXX range with a good outbound sales strategy and a whole lot of patience. Even then, I have noticed that maybe 1 out of every 10 domains sells for me, and most of the others I end up dropping or wholesaling after an initial 2 or 3 year registration window.

This name in particular seems a bit long to me, and I believe that if "Indiana" came before "employmentlaw" it would make more business sense. Tbh, I would rather own a city-specific name like "IndianapolisLaw.com" or "SouthBendLaw.com" etc.
 

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As the owner of more than a few similar (but shorter) names. You can expect to get in the low to mid $XXX range with a good outbound sales strategy and a whole lot of patience. Even then, I have noticed that maybe 1 out of every 10 domains sells for me, and most of the others I end up dropping or wholesaling after an initial 2 or 3 year registration window.

This name in particular seems a bit long to me, and I believe that if "Indiana" came before "employmentlaw" it would make more business sense. Tbh, I would rather own a city-specific name like "IndianapolisLaw.com" or "SouthBendLaw.com" etc.
Thank you bro for your opinion. can you tell me which method you follow to make outbound for selling your domains?
 

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Reversed 3-word, long, no value sorry.

You can still try outbounding it (xxx range) but I have serious doubts it will sell.
 
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