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jogg / dot / com

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal started by LaurentV, Mar 12, 2019.

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  1. LaurentV

    LaurentV New Member

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    In an article on the blog, @James Iles talk about a very nice portfolio.

    I own Jogg / dot / com since many years. Now I want to sell it, to develop some few other projects.
    I refused two proposition at 15k, one at 25k. I think this domain is great and have the potential to make 6 figures.

    But I have a doubt.

    English / American writte "jog" or "jogg"?
    "Jogg" could be a good alternative, or is it ruined by "jog" with only one "g"?

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Riz M.

    Riz M. EmpireNames.com Gold Account

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    Jogg is pretty good but ofcourse not like Jog..
    the offers you had 15k to 25k was amazing in my opinion.
    in recent market this price is next to impossible..
    my appraisal for this name is max 5-10k USD
    Thanks
     
  3. LaurentV

    LaurentV New Member

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    Thanks Riz :)
    In DN, it's hard to decide what is amazing, what is a fraud. Prices seem so random.
    But you're right : the recent market is disturbing.
     
  4. maxtra

    maxtra Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP

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    I would have accepted those $xx,xxx offers

    Agree with Riz, $5k-$10k sounds like the right price

    Best of luck (y)
     
  5. Josytal

    Josytal Top Member VIP

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    I see jogg/com as brandable and not dictionary word domain. If dictionary - then a typo.
    Being a pronounceable 4L, $20k - $40k should be pretty nice end user price.

    In domaining, just a character can cost fortune.
    user/com sold for 150,000 USD
    I have domain userg/com - no single inquiry.
     
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  6. LaurentV

    LaurentV New Member

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    Thanks @maxtra. Luck is the more important ingredient to succeed in domaining :)
    A big big startup is founded today with your name, and you can go to the beach the rest of your life.
    iWeather dot com is a very very nice domain. Good luck to you too.

    You are right @Josytal! Sorry for userg dot com, it's a great dn. I too would have preferred one less "g".

    What would you do if you could come back in 2000?
    For sure, I'll buy domain names!
     
  7. NameBuyer.com

    NameBuyer.com Upgraded Member Gold Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    If it were mine, I wouldn't let it go for less than $40k either.
     
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  8. TheWatcher

    TheWatcher Founder, MAJ.com VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    If it is not making any money and I received an offer of $15K, SOLD it right away nothing to think about.
    The next offer will take forever or never come.

    IMHO.
     
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  9. Zilla

    Zilla GrabDot.com NameCatchy.com HTMLandCSS.com VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    jogg is great while cash is greater, I will accept 25k, now, still not need worry too much, this name should give u enough confidence hold for another great offering...
     
  10. LaurentV

    LaurentV New Member

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    @NameBuyer.com Thanks, this price could be the floor price.

    @TheWatcher it's a point of view, I'm aware that the offer I'm waiting for may never come.

    @Zilla thank you for being reassuring ;)

    As we see, price is always the meeting of supply and demand. I wouldn't be fully satisfied if I sold under 100k... which is not realistic in the current market.

    I'm waiting for the market to change. If not, so be it.
     

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