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How good are domains with the word "prices" in them?

Labeled as question in Niche Domain Discussion, started by Labono, May 6, 2017

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How high do you rate domains that have a kw plus the word "prices" in them?

Poll closed May 16, 2017.
  1. Depending on their search nrs, Very highly

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  2. Depending on their search nrs, highly

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  3. Depending on their search nrs, Good

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  4. Depending on their search nrs, Badly

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  5. Depending on their search nrs, Very badly

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  6. Other, please explain below

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  1. Labono

    Labono Established Member

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    How high do you rate domains that have a kw or niche plus the word "prices" in them? Eg newcarprices.com, ledmonitorprices.com, rifleprices or carpetprices? And many others.

    Many of these are EMD's.

    Do you think these are easy to sell to other domain investors?
    How about selling them to end-users?

    How good are these to build websites on?
     
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  2. WhoaDomain.com

    WhoaDomain.com WhoaDomain.com VIP Gold Account

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    if anything they are good as redirects.

    maybe create a simple blog. get backlinks to it. then redirect to some main site or put links that go direct to main site.

    I'm guessing something like this would get "swallowed" up by some ecommerce site depending on niche.

    like a Walmart or Amazon . it's all about traffic.depending on niche. it's good clickbait for sure. the "price" of something is always on everyone's mind these days. especially the penny pinchers.

    foodprices
    gasprices
    stockprices


    and you of course you only have to check the latest sales with words containing Price on Namebio.

    oh and also depends on what platform you try to sell it on also.
     
    Last edited: May 6, 2017
  3. Labono

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    @Avtar629
    What do you mean by 'redirects'? Redirecting the domain name at the registrar to a main site?

    Thanks for the Namebio tip. I did a search w/ 'prices' and the results of the sale prices were very different depending on the niche but I think on average were somewhere around 1500 USD.

    hostingprices.com 686 USD 2017-03-01 Sedo
    abaloneprices.com 129 USD 2017-02-09 GoDaddy
    droneprices.com 655 USD 2017-01-24 Flippa
    factoryprices.com 960 USD 2016-12-10 GoDaddy
    roofprices.com 100 USD 2016-10-11 GoDaddy
    dailyprices.com 755 USD 2016-07-13 GoDaddy
    pricescanners.com 224 USD 2016-06-30 DropCatch
    newhomeprices.com 598 USD 2016-05-26 GoDaddy
    pricestore.com 359 USD 2016-03-15 SnapNames
    pharmacyprices.com 121 USD 2016-03-14 GoDaddy
    fuelprices.com 2,800 USD 2015-12-16 NameJet
    ringprices.com 995 USD 2015-12-04 Flippa
    hostelprices.com 145 USD 2015-10-29 Flippa
    dentalprices.com 306 USD 2015-08-13 GoDaddy
    propertyprices.com 2,600 USD 2015-06-30 NameJet
    dnprices.com 1,850 USD 2015-06-26 Flippa
    furnaceprices.com 207 USD 2015-05-23 GoDaddy
    dayprices.com 150 USD 2015-05-05 Flippa
    bestpricestire.com 191 USD 2015-04-26 GoDaddy
    priceshock.com 1,100 USD 2015-03-27 NameJet
    pricestone.com 2,500 USD 2015-03-20 Uniregistry
    steelprices.com 898 USD 2015-02-22 NameJet
    utilityprices.com 438 USD 2015-01-12 GoDaddy
    mysmartprices.com 318 USD 2014-12-03 GoDaddy
    irishfuelprices.com 180 USD 2014-07-06 GoDaddy
    worldprices.com 355 USD 2014-04-18 NameJet
    pricesavers.com 2,580 USD 2014-01-19 Afternic
    limoprices.com 179 USD 2013-12-15 GoDaddy
    batteryprices.com 180 USD 2013-12-06 GoDaddy
    hobbyboxprices.com 137 USD 2013-10-20 GoDaddy
    drugprices.com 39,500 USD 2013-07-22 Afternic
    lescaprices.com 121 USD 2013-02-28 GoDaddy
    betterprices.com 7,585 USD 2012-08-29 Afternic
    pricesseafood.com 225 USD 2012-08-22 GoDaddy
    goprices.com 353 USD 2012-07-30 NameJet
    smarterprices.com 205 USD 2012-02-18 GoDaddy
    pcprices.com 1,710 USD 2012-01-20 NameJet
    pricesheet.com 3,000 USD 2011-08-10 Afternic
    petroprices.com 450 USD 2011-08-05 Sedo
    livegoldprices.com 2,700 USD 2011-06-01 Sedo
    searchprices.com 1,290 USD 2011-05-27 Sedo
    pricesearcher.com 1,000 USD 2011-05-20 Sedo
    groceryprices.com 2,000 USD 2011-04-20 Sedo
    lowlowlowprices.com 1,500 USD 2011-03-06 Sedo
    halfprices.com 3,000 USD 2011-02-22 Sedo
    priceshake.com 159 USD 2011-02-02 Sedo
    cannabisprices.com 609 USD 2011-01-17 NameJet
    multiprices.com 800 USD 2011-01-15 Sedo
    2prices.com 5,000 USD 2011-01-09 Sedo
    stockprices.com 60,000 USD 2011-01-07 Sedo

    I assume these are prices of sales to domain investors? How much more would selling them to end-users be?
     
  4. WhoaDomain.com

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    You'll need to check each of the domains you've shown sold.

    For your purposes I suspect you'll want to check the higher sold domains. See if those were developed ie end-user.

    Then factor in inflation of the buy price over the years since sold.

    Checking latest 2017 price is also important. Don't look at 2001 sold values.

    But in thee end if someone really wants it then take them for all they've got really within reason. GL!
     
  5. WhoaDomain.com

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    Developed is a relative word.

    You can reg a domain and get a free blog account for it. Put some autogenerated content use if for that. Grab feeds related to your domain create your own RSS feed and wala!! You have a developed site. Just hashtag the crap out of it on Twitter or Instagram or Facebook.

    Put ads and prove you are making money. Then sell on flippa.
     
  6. Labono

    Labono Established Member

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    Thanks, good tips. Why do you say autogen content? Don't you think these kind of domains are worth properly developing out?
     
  7. WhoaDomain.com

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    Autogen content anyone will tell you here isn't "great" but so is parking.

    In terms of Google liking your site but better than parking. If done right you can get subscribership.

    For ideas check out

    WPRobot

    And ifttt

    You can use WPRobot to autogen Amazon or Walmart mini affiliate sites using RSS feeds from Amazon and Walmart and eBay.

    The keyword price would be right for this.
     

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