Insurance Niche -

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by Vader7869, Feb 12, 2019.


  1. Vader7869

    Vader7869 New Member

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    Hello all,

    I am a newbie domain and just starting to get my feet wet. Anyone have any ideas of value for these domains I recently picked up. I am in the insurance industry myself, and felt this was a good place to start.

    1. Acquisition Reason: To flip
    2. Markets: Insurance Industry
    3. Research: No history
    4. Traffic: 0
    5. Revenue: 0
    6. Age: New

    Thank you in advance!
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  2. barman

    barman Established Member

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    InsuranceFraudHelp - The only companies that would need help with insurance fraud are insurance companies. But they have entire business divisions to dealing with fraud, so I doubt they'd ever need a domain like this.

    Maybe someone might need help when being accused of insurance fraud? I don't know. Tough, if not impossible, sell.

    The other two ... What are insurance tippers or tipsters? This means nothing so I don't think these two are worth anything.

    This is a common mistake - just because you have a high-value keyword like insurance doesn't mean it's going to be worth much. The word next to the high-value keyword matters a lot.

    You did good sticking to two-words and .com though.
  3. Vader7869

    Vader7869 New Member

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    Thanks for your input.
  4. EbookLover

    EbookLover Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Even if there is a market for any of these, it is small non-profit markets which means you will be hard-pressed to sell at prices worth wasting time on. But beyond that, the only one that makes any sense is the last one, but it isn't very profitable to help people tip-off companies and the govt about insurance fraud. They can do it themselves - search google and you will find govt sites to do so. No money in that because no one is going to pay a company to help them report insurance fraud. Not to mention, any such site would be a legal liability in most countries.
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2019 at 6:12 PM

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