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  1. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    Hello i want to know about domains briefly ,
    how much a 3 years regestired domain cost in market ?
    is paying 38 dollars for 3 years rejestired domain worth it ?
    is 4 lettered domain i mean LLNL domain worth 50$ or less how much it is priced in market for 3 years?
    is 5 lettered domain i mean LLLLL domain worth 50$ or less how much it is priced in market for 3 years?
    i want to know the above questions ,
    any expert or pro answer those ,
    answer will be appreciated ,
    Thank you .
     
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  2. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    STILL LOOKING
     
  3. CraigD

    CraigD Top Contributor VIP

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    The age of the domain registration has little to do with its value.

    Aging a bad name wont increase its value.

    Older names are generally more valuable because they are the shortest best names in the best extensions, and are highly sought after, while the bad names get dropped.
     
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    The question is too broad, it depends on the domain. If you share an example of a specific domain, you'd probably get better accuracy

    The 4 letter dot coms are great if pronounceable / have meaning ...they can fetch attractive bids. The 5 letter dot coms are different, being just pronounceable isn't so great, due to a greater abundance of them

    The LLNL idea, best to keep it clean (letters only). If you have to sell that, it must be a very strong word or combination. Example: GO1D dot com (gold) ...it isn't pretty, but biddable (GO 1D, other quirky thing). A 3 figure bid would be its range

    (In my opinion)
     
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  5. capiche

    capiche Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Domaining is not easy. You can't just register a random domain and expect it to increase in value in a certain amount of years. Before you register any domain, you should do the bare minimum of your due diligence and research that particular market or subset of domains. Look at past sales, find out who your potential buyers will be, and make an informed decision. All of that information is on the forum with just a search.

    I suggest reading as much as you can on this forum before registering your first domain. Start in the beginners section.
     
  6. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    i has few domains in my mind ,
    i used godaddy value calculator
    1.NLLL - 1011$
    2.LLLLL- 766$
    3.LLNL- 673$
    4.LNLL- 947$
    5.LNLL- 1148$
    the good thing in this domains is still i can register them for 3 years .
     
  7. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    may i know excat mean of older names ? can you explain brief
     
  8. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    if i get a domain for 5 $ or less can i sell it for 10 $ ?
     
  9. jhm

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    Don't listen to online appraisals, they're cancer

    Type in "eat big ship dot com" ...GD appraisal comes in just over $1k
     
  10. CraigD

    CraigD Top Contributor VIP

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    I may have misunderstood your initial question.

    I thought you meant your names were three years old.

    My bad :)
     
  11. CraigD

    CraigD Top Contributor VIP

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    You can sell it for however much you like.

    The trick is finding a buyer who wants to pay what you want.
     
  12. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    i mean the new domain which can rejestire for 3 years
    i mean if buy a domain now 2021 it can last upto 3 years ~2024
    i think domains cost 10$ -12 $average per year i want to sell 3 years rejistered for 35$
    is it worth of selling
     
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  13. alex j

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    if i get a domain for 5 $ or less can i sell it for 10 $ ?
     
  14. jhm

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    I don't think you're listening man. Yes, in theory you can (and more, if someone wants it that is)
     
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  15. alex j

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    yes may be ,
    most of them in other markets are using go daddy and selling at high prices
    may be godaddy is scripted :xf.smile::xf.smile:lol
     
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    If you've got a domain, go to the appraisal section here. You'll get people chipping in with what they think its worth as an estimate (I'm there often)

    Even then, take any opinion you get with a pinch of salt, including mine
     
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  17. Shamiul Alam

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    Domains like 3DCO, or 1DOT have value, IMO. Too much random pattern will be waste. Hard to sell. And buyers don't pay based on years.
     
  18. alex j

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    sir i am new to this after reading many articles i found a way that we can get 5$ per year and 35 $ or less for 3 years
     
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  19. alex j

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    i mean there 1 domain cost 35 dollars per 3 years
     
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  20. Shamiul Alam

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    I got it now. Usually $30 or less for 3 years, for .com.
     
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  21. CraigD

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    Do you want to sell a name with three years registration?
    Yes you can do that.
    You can even sell a domain with ten years registration if you wish.

    Does that answer your question?
     
  22. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    so can i sell each domain for 10 $ per year
    is it possible sir?
     
  23. alex j

    alex j Established Member

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    i mean is it possible to sell a available domain for 10$ per year
     
  24. CraigD

    CraigD Top Contributor VIP

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    I think we are all confused.

    Alex what is your native language?

    It might be best to speak with someone who speaks your language ;)
     
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  25. alex j

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    so can i sell each domain for 10 $ per year
    is it possible sir?
     

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