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Is MakeMoney.com Worth $10 Million?

Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by larryscott2559, Jun 8, 2018.

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  1. larryscott2559

    larryscott2559 Established Member

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    In your opinion is MakeMoney.com worth $10 million dollars? Often time when I see an advertisement or watch a television show or just walking and over hearing a conversation I check for those words/phrases in the form of domain names, in hopes to get lucky or just out of curiosity. I saw something that said "Free Money" so I typed FreeMoney.com. I image all of the ways they could generate money from their website and frankly I think they could be doing a lot more. Then on one of their menu tabs I saw "Make Money". Naturally I typed MakeMoney.com. The domain name asking price is listed at $10 million dollars by DomainNameBroker.com (they actually have some heavy hitters domain names). I have no doubt that MakeMoney.com is worth a million dollars, but 10? Have any domain name ever sold for so much? The opportunity for a company owning MakeMoney.com could absolutely be out of this world which is why I believe it is worth a lot but if you had $100 million dollars would you invest $10 million on this domain?
     
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  2. Crysis

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    I wouldn't.

    I believe Sex.com was sold for $13 million.
     
  3. sivadomains

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    Interesting..:xf.eek::xf.eek:

    MakeEpay.com - (Make Epayments)

    I guess my domain is Worth at least $1,000..:xf.wink::xf.wink:

    I think LasVegas.com sold at - $90,000,000
    TOP 250 DOMAIN NAME SALES PRICELIST check from this url : http://mostexpensivedomain.name/
     
  4. MarketingStrategies.com

    MarketingStrategies.com Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    makeepay not worth renewing
     
  5. CryptoInvestor

    CryptoInvestor Experienced Investor Gold Account

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    Amazing name, not $10,000,000 but its a money maker for sure, regardless of a sale.
     
  6. bmugford

    bmugford www.DataCube.com PRO ICA Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    It is probably a seven figure domain, not an eight figure one.

    Brad
     
  7. imadoer

    imadoer Active Member PRO VIP

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    one answer NO!
     
  8. MarketingStrategies.com

    MarketingStrategies.com Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    ask price is $10m, maybe a buyer offers $1m and it goes from there
     
  9. Candace

    Candace Broker at Starfire Holdings Starfire Holdings PRO Blue Account VIP

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    Nope. Totally not worth $10M. Crypto.com is probably worth about $10M (maybe).
     
  10. Mary Muse

    Mary Muse 800+ Blockchain Domains VIP

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    Nah. So many better options at that price-point.
     
  11. Ategy.com

    Ategy.com NameCult.com Gold Account VIP

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    Definitely nothing close to $10M .. Super.com was recently sold for around $1M. Money.com could easily pass $10M ... but MakeMoney.com is simply an ultra super premium 2 word .com .. lol .. so essentially top of the top in terms of 2 words .. but very far from $10M

    That being said .. all it takes is one buyer with a billion dollar idea and huge pockets .. so can't say it's impossible .. but given the number of super premium short one word domains that could be had for well under 8 figures, it's going to be hard to compete against those ...
     
  12. BrandVenue

    BrandVenue BrandVenue.com

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    AdBlocker.com is also listed for sale at $10M by same company.

    They are pricing their inventory so high so that when a qualified offer comes at lets say $500K for AdBlocker.com they will accept it, buyer will think they are getting a great deal at $500K for a domain listed for sale at $10M.

    I've read about this kind of pricing strategy and applied it myself, sold a few domains this way. When I want to sell a domain at $3K I would list it at $10K BIN with make offer so when an offer comes at $3K I accept, buyer thinks he is getting a great deal, everybody is happy. It also creates a chance that somebody might hit $10K BIN button.
     
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  13. WingMan

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    No, it isn't worth $10 million. That's just to give enough room for bargaining with a serious buyer.
     
  14. Mark White

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    well if that's the case, I should do ok with.. Crypto.co.ve
    as soon as they get it together over there. Breaking News! Bitcoin is booming over there.
     
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  16. Smiles76

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    If someone has a billion dollar idea, it doesn't really matter what the domain name is. Google.com was hand registered.
     
  17. Ategy.com

    Ategy.com NameCult.com Gold Account VIP

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    I don't think you got want I was trying to say .. I'm just saying that if you're operating on a billion dollar budget, then $10M, while definitely a lot of money, is still just 1% of that .. and if the executives really think MakeMoney.com is the best domain for them .. then they could easily go for it. (Whether they should or shouldn't is a completely different discussion .. lol)

    People have overpaid for domains all the time .. but if they really need/want the domain .. and have the money to burn .. then that's good for us domainers! lol .. Although maybe it's also a bad thing .. because many end up using such ridiculous sales as "comparables" that it messes up our expectations and we then price our own domains too high!
     
  18. Kuffy

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    I really need to review my prices. I've got "trade for money" up for sale at $100, and crypto trading is big business. I wouldn't have valued MakeMoney.com at more than $xx,xxx. I guess I need to revisit name bio. :)
     
  19. johncap

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    Sorry to burst anyone's bubble but, there is not one domain name on earth worth paying 10 million for. I could go on eBay and buy a great domain name for under 30 bucks or invent one and build the value in the name myself, as it is really done. You build the value, not the name. Domain name’s have no value, but they sure carry a lot of hype when it comes time to sell. Like I said before, the reality of domain name prices can be seen on eBay. A pretty sad site to see. las vegas.com was shilled up to 90 million.
     
  20. atinc

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    It is probably high 5 figure or low six figure domain for a smart end-user.

    Investing seven figure to this domain is not a good business plan imo.

    It can sell for a million dollar but I don't think their service would pay them a million dollar in the next 5 years.

    There are better alternatives for a 10 Million Dollar budget in the market, I believe.
     
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  21. garptrader

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    MuchIf this domain were being auctioned at Namejet with no reserve, where do you think the bidding would end up? My guess no more than $2500. I am not convinced this name is really worth much more than low five figures.
     
  22. hookbox

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    No its not worth that but if they ask one million they won't get one million. It's psychological marketing. Ask a high number hoping to raise the initial offer.
     
  23. maxtra

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    Much easier to build a brand and establish trust on a domain like Money.com than sheubzywbeo.com
     
  24. james haw

    james haw Active Member VIP

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    You're on the wrong forum if you think that.

    You're on the right forum (to learn) if you think that.

    The reality of domain name prices can be seen anywhere a domain name is listed with a price. What you said makes no sense.

    What proof do you have of this?


    As for MakeMoney.com, it's obviously 6 figures given the potential traffic and usage, and possibly low 7 figures. But not 10 mill in general.
    "asking price" doesn't necessarily reflect potential value.
     
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  25. TSB

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    No, But it all depends on the buyers and their product.
     

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