Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by moonwell, Sep 16, 2021
Looking to sell JasonB.com and hoping for some guidance on what it might be worth? Thanks!
Sold to a "Jason B", like selling a "David F" ...I suggest simply offers accepted while you own it, Ill cross my fingers for you. Even if shorter, chances are I think "Jason B" would rather have his full first name and surname in "dot com", than his full first name and first letter of his surname
(In my opinion)
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I think so too, it's like a lottery. If someone's name is Jason Bralivulihulipili, then you have a chance. ''Offer accepted'' is definitely the best choice here.
Interesting you say that. Turns out that's exactly what I did years ago. In hind sight though, since my name is Ron and my last name starts with C, I do wish I had _also_ bought RonC.com. That would would be a pretty darn cool 4 letter .com to own at this point. If I were a David Flastname I'd be pretty happy to pick up DavidF.com if I could get it, mostly cause it's only 6 letters long.
Thinking about this more, if I owned DavidF.com and wanted to sell it, I'd do some research of high income people (doctors, lawyers, etc) that I had a shot of being able to contact and I'd reach out to them and let them know it's available.
Yeah, depends on the name. If you've got a particularly long surname, you'd be better with a "David F". Ron C (ronc dot com) ...that's a no brainer, definitely
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