Located in Domain Appraisal, started by huwenbin, Jul 26, 2021
If a word.com has 10k~100k /100k~1M google search per month in US. How much it should be?
It all depends what market that keyword represents.
For example a domain name with monthly searches in the "real estate market" is much more valuable than a domain name with monthly searches in the "photography market" even if there are more searches for photos. 1 House costs way more than 1 Photo as an example. So each potential client is worth much more.
So if you have a domain with 10k/100k searches for "properties" is much more valuable than 100k/1m for a "photo" domain name.
if only like "what. only . may". what's the price should be
May.com $1 Million
Just my opinion
No.I mean the word's meaning like "what. only. may". not a product. also longer than that. google us search 10K~100K/100K~1M per month. how much should be the word.
10K~100K how much?
100K~1M how much?
Hope you give us the domain(s)
Some of us dont pay attention to Psuedostats
Actually, some of us avoid Google, altogether.
Like sorbol.com has 10K~100K google search per month in US. what's the price
Sorbol.com $0 Not commonly used
not commonly used why 10k~100k search in us google?
also so many long not commonly used words bid higher $20 per click by the advertiser. why?
just like pinyin domain in China
You would have to ask Google.
I am guessing English is not your primary language, which is fine, but can be a challenge when domaining.
Ok. thanks. so many professinal words not known by all people. if you are not use. not mean not using by others. some one work on that field. the word is common for them
Professinal word.com domain can be service for that field people
Sorbol is the BioChem reference for Sorbitol that's the reason Google gives it a metric for searches, but it's not actually a word. As a brandable maybe an upstart boutique liquor company might buy it seeing how Sorbitol is the main ingredient for Sugar Alcohols from fruits.
buy or not. it's buyer's case
Thanks, Liberty Wolf! I learned something new here. I had no idea...
Between 0 USD and 30 000 000 USD, depending on the actual domain name.
You asked in your initial post:
"If a word.com has 10k~100k /100k~1M google search per month in US. How much it should be?"
But "bultery" is not a word, it is not a keyword domain name.
Here is what "word" means:
word, noun: a single unit of language that has meaning and can be spoken or written
When you claim that you have a "word.com", or a keyword domain name, then that means that your domain name contains an actual word. A word is a single unit of language that has meaning and can be spoken or written.
And here is what language means:
a system of communication consisting of sounds, words, and grammar
a system of communication used by people living in a particular country
Well in theory you could invent your own language and then invent words for that language, but then no one will buy those invented random garbage words as domains.
So you would better use words from existing languages, such as from the English language.
You can find an English dictionary (which contains the words from the English language) here:
If you cannot find a word here, then that means that word is not part of the English language.
but bultery has a lot of search in google keyword planner. you can find it there. Also you can find it in youtube
bultery is not a word, it can be a typo of several other dictionary words, such as battery, butlery, butler, butlers etc.
Google shows the aggregated search volume of these other words.
But unfortunately "bultery" is not a word and it has close to zero searches. When you begin typing in "bultery" into Google, then Google autocomplete will suggest different words, so it means that the string "bultery" itself has close to zero search volume. If "bultery" had any search volume, then Google autocomplete would display it as you begin typing in those characters into Google.
Don't rely too much on search volume data, it is just one factor to consider.
I am very much in favor of helping beginners, but those who insist they are correct in spite of very good and friendly advice from people with MUCH more experience are going to lose a lot of money in this business.....
Just my opinion and I wish the OP all the best.
In the world of dog-breeding, a lot of people call a Bulldog and Terrier mix a Bultery. Maybe someone who exclusively breeds that mix would be interested in the domain.
I strongly agree with your position @gericsb. I feel, when people share a post or ask a question, they need help and should be open to input and criticism from members who take their time to read and offer their candid advice. You can always sift from the different suggestions to identify what works for you @huwenbin. Best of luck
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