Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by Lawrence Dare, Jun 15, 2021
Just got these name of recent..... Kindly help me appraise. Any suggestion is welcome.
Aside from the fact its 3 worded with 23 characters ...the domain as a whole is hard to make work. I would drop this domain, in my opinion. Sorry
Now that you have this domain, you may try listing it with a much lower buy-it-now price than your current $999. Try listing this domain for maybe 1/10th of your current price and see if it sells this year.
If you can sell it for that price, this may even be a working business model for you. But be careful, you have to sell a lot of names. As long as you keep a close eye on your costs, revenues and turnover rates, this may work for you. It's not the business model I'm following personally, but I appreciate that there are domainers that work like this.
Good point: you're thinking in solutions (services) for end-users. The name is a bit too long. Good luck selling and creating new names (preferably in .com, max. 2 words).
i had a good selling streak with geo domains they don't sell for much but the ROI is pretty good considering most you can pick up for 10$ and resell for low to mid xxx only thing is they hardly have resale value and must do allot of outbound
Carpet cleaning is a much more dominant keyword in the field.
Even then, the upside is still very limited.
That was what I looked at..... But what do u mean by upside?
Small city. Small niche. Long domain.
It doesn't have potential to sell for very much.
I'll try 100-399
You might be able to sell it proactively for low $xxx, but if not just let it expire.
Without looking, I am positive the term is available in some comparable cities.
With Geo domains you can easily check its quality by offering to related businesses. Offer it to all Knoxville carpet cleaning companies (counting the fact that the town has less than 200 000 population, it shouldn't be that hard).
Soon you realize that with geo it makes sense only to go to large cities.
Don't ask for more than $99 , someone might only buy it for redirection. Good Luck!
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