Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by adambay, Mar 18, 2018
Hello! Can you please help to appraise GetWriter.com? Thanks!
I am by no means an expert, but I like it. It makes sense and has strong use case (a site to get a writer) that’s broad (writer for homework, website copy, blogs, and so on).
It may take some developing, but I’d try submitting it to brandbucket and brandpa for low XXXX.
Everyone would be a writer!!!!
Build a mini-site and wait for mid-low x.xxx
I agree with @Neal Grayson and @Bullock that it is a very nice name, with wide sensible application. Whether developed or not, I think it should command a reasonable price.
I see that GetWriters (the plural) sold in .com for only $132 which surprises me, and that it is currently listed for sale. Here I see both the singular and plural working, so the competition might help keep price down.
The name shows up for sale when I search GoValue (at just under $300), so I presume your query here was because you were wondering if it was appropriately priced @adambay?
I don't feel very confident re ability to price, but I would think if you want a quick sale low to mid $$$ is appropriately priced, but if you hold out, especially if develop mini site, it could as others have suggested get low $$$$.
Well, I prefer singular, it sounds much more personal
Thanks for your opinion! I really appreciate it.
Thank you for your reply! I never thought of developing a website with this domain but now I think I should definitely build one
Thank you!! I appreciate it.
Thank you for your opinion and for taking your time to reply! I really appreciate your and will think of building a website instead of putting it on sale.
It is nice name indeed. Short, sweet, memorable. It might make sense to hold it for end user sale rather than immediate resale. Expect high xxx to low xxxx for resale if you want to , end user pricing is based upon luck and negotiation skills.
Thank you! I really appreciate your opinion on this name. I will take your advice and keep the domain. Thanks again!
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