Hello, My stubborn ass finally got around to using Google Keyword Planner. It's Awesome now realizing what people here thought my domains were CRAP. lol Live and Learn! Anyways. I've stumbled on a tiny issue with understanding how to price my domains based on these monthly searches. so here goes. Say you have a domain like this. Keyword1+ Keyword2 +.com Do you tell the potential buyer that this domain should be based on the Monthly Searches for: Keyword1 + Keyword 2 combined? but what if: Keyword1 + Keyword2 = Zero Monthly Searches or a paltry 1000 monthly searches? Could your "fall back" be that Keyword1 = 1000000 monthly search results? and Keyword2 = 500000 monthly search results? or perhaps one of the keywords has Zero and thee other has a high number? can you then legitimately say that your keyword1 + keyword2+.com domain = 1000000 monthly searches just because one of the keywords gets that much? or MUST you stick to the fact that keyword1 + Keyword2 = ZERO?? could you effectively argue that technically the one Keyword with the high monthly searches is the winning ingredient in your domain propping it up so to speak? or is it absolutely based on just keyword1 + keyword2+.com's monthly search volume? also another thing too. Are there any examples of domains that sold for high value but had very very low monthly searches? A domain that went completely against the rules? if so why? and another thing too. now that we have these gTLD's. how do they factor into the value of a domain? for example. I've noticed that Travel.Agency sold for top dollar and no one here will question it. just accept it as fact. The take away for me is that these new gTLD's really do factor into thee equation BUT.....is that SET IN STONE. here's why I'm asking. before gTLD's came into the scene. it was all about .COM and still is. When we talked about Keyword domains and their value. the .com never really factored into "keyword" angle yes? It was always about the keywords to the LEFT of the DOT correct? So back to gTLD's. the use of these new gTLD's as "keywords" is that something set in stone or is it something we can flip flop back and forth on depending on need? For example. There is no doubt that Travel with thee extension .Agency is a WINNER. but what if Travel had an extension that totally has no relevance to the keyword to the left of the DOT? like. Travel.Horse (lol) ( I do not own this! just hypothetical!) So something like thee above. is the value of the word Travel Ruined by the extension .Horse? lol or can a domainer say "hey! the keyword of this domain is technically Travel which gets 1,220,000 monthly searches. just ignore the "horse". I mean before these new extensions came around when it came to keywords all that MATTERED was whatever was to the left of the DOT. have these new extensions changed everything or what? I have several keywords that have high 1 million monthly searches but the extension ruins it because TOGETHER they have zero searches. Bottomline? Travel.com is worth millions. Travel.Horse not worth millions but still worth something just because it is Travel? I hope this wasn't too long I just wanted to ask this. hope some Guru replies back. I bet some newbies on here would love to see the replies on here. Thanks in advance.! special thanks to Zandibot and NamePov.