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Paying dot com

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  1. Kingslayer

    Kingslayer Top Contributor VIP

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    [​IMG]

    One of the big 3 ‘Pay’ keywords:-

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    Pay
    Paying
    Payment/Payments
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    I know some people have included ‘pay’ as their top 10 domain keywords in a recent NamePros thread:-

    https://www.namepros.com/threads/your-top-ten-domain-keywords.1199391/

    So interested to hear people’s valuation on this.

    My personal opinion, I think the domain Paying dot com is most similar to is ‘Buying dot com’ but comparable previous sales i think the domain is similar to is:-

    ‘Investing dot com’ (like pay, there’s invest/investing/investments) sold for $2.4 million

    And ‘Fund dot com’ sold for $9.99m.

    So do have my own thoughts on valuation and price range I'm shooting for, but interested to hear other people’s thoughts on this, please check out the domains landing page I have created.

    *If you give an appraisal please don’t type out the domain in full as I will be locking and censoring this thread at some point*

    Many thanks.
     
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  2. jim h

    jim h Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    I would say $XXXXXX for Paying dot com.
     
  3. Riz M.

    Riz M. EmpireNames.com VIP Gold Account

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    i was negotiating with seller :)
    but he didnt came in my price range... Great name
    Low-mid 6 figure atleast fior enduser
    Goodluck & Congratz :)
     
  4. MasterOfMyDomains

    MasterOfMyDomains Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Nice name. Indexed on page one at google for “ domainname.com” in quotations due to title
     
  5. Truespin Domains

    Truespin Domains Top Contributor VIP

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    I love the appraisal board. Most the time it's full of crap, but turn suddenly you get a gem like this pop up!
     
  6. The Durfer

    The Durfer Top Contributor VIP Blue Account

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    6 figures whoohoo! good luck!
     
  7. lambo.com

    lambo.com Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    I think it is $50k-150k name to end user tbh
     
  8. Sutruk

    Sutruk Established Member

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    I would say to the right end user 7 figs, why not.

    As you say, investing dot com sold for 2.4M, flying dot com for 1.1M, nursing dot com for 990k, snoring dot com for 502k and sleeping dot com for 502k.

    By the way, Write dot com was sold to another investor for 190k

    https://www.namepros.com/threads/here-is-my-domaining-story-ask-me-your-questions.1164926/

    Maybe you can try to sell it also to this investor... just saying. Maybe he would be also interested on this one.

    Best wishes for this one!
     
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  9. Kingslayer

    Kingslayer Top Contributor VIP

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    That’s what I’m shooting for and past sales like 'investing/credit cards/fund/loans/savings' are sales that I'm using as comparisions.

    I read an article last week that ‘Gap’ pay $3 million dollars rent per month to have a store on Times Square.

    Paying dot com (due to its premium nature) in my opinion would be like having a building in the heart of Wall Street (financial capital of the world), more so as a domain name is accessible to the whole world, so I do have to target big money for this.

    Also as I was buying the domain, I was looking through some old PayPal statements, please see attached:-

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    A company wanting to be the new PayPal branding around Paying dot com, could easy see the above saying "Thanks for paying with Paying dot com" instead.

    Thanks to everyone for the appraisals so far, really appreciate it.
     
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  10. Sutruk

    Sutruk Established Member

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    I totally agree with you. And I like this quote, to make understand your possible end user about the value of this domain:

     
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  11. NameYourself

    NameYourself VIP Member VIP Gold Account ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I agree that Buying.com is a good similar indicator. According to namebio, it sold for $69,200 on namejet in 2015. Investing though is a much bigger category defining word and a more commonly used term than paying. It's more to do with the tense in this case. When I hear paying, I think of a how-to site, something to do with comparing options of how to pay etc.. but could be very useful for a tool that pools various payment providers/choices. When thinking of a payment service itself, I'd expect to see the more commonly used forms "pay" or "payment(s)". In keeping with the buying.com example you mentioned, DomainIQ currently shows the following domain counts of total registered domains :

    buying = 21,009 registered domains, namebio reports it sold for $69,200 in 2015.
    paying = 3,122 registered domains

    Keeping in mind that "buying" sold on a mostly reseller platform, I'd personally value it in my opinion at 20k-75k reseller just to liquidate it, low xxx,xxx retail. Great name!
     
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  12. Kingslayer

    Kingslayer Top Contributor VIP

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    Thanks for the reply mate, i didn't buy the domain to target paying+keyword companies.

    There's a large number of Pay+keyword/Keyword+Pay companies, that may want to rebrand, those would be the companies i would be targeting in any outbounding.

    But i do see it more of brand for a start up with a big budget in crypto/loans or online payments.

    'Buying' was a great buy at $69,200, I'd value it alongside 'investing/savings/loans' at 7 figures end user.

    Thanks again for the appraisal.
     
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  13. TheBuyerz

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    I appraise it between High XXX.XXX$/ Low X.XXX.XXX$ for the right end user.

    Code:
    gambling.com    2,500,000 USD    2011-05-04    Sedo
    investing.com    2,450,000 USD    2012-12-19    Private
    dating.com    1,750,000 USD    2010-06-16    Moniker
    flying.com    1,100,000 USD    2010-04-08    Private
    nursing.com    950,000 USD    2019-06-09    GetYourDomain
    snoring.com    502,225 USD    2018-07-16    Buckley Media Group
    sleeping.com    502,225 USD    2018-07-16    Buckley Media Group
    housing.com    500,000 USD    2013-10-09    Private
    wrestling.com    500,000 USD    2006-08-15    Private
    cooking.com    402,500 USD    2019-04-25    Sedo
    greeting.com    350,000 USD    2007-04-03    Moniker
    recycling.com    300,000 USD    2006-12-01    Private
    emarketing.com    265,000 USD    2017-12-03    GetYourDomain
    biking.com    250,000 USD    2010-02-11    Afternic
    boating.com    250,000 USD    2010-02-10    Afternic
    slimming.com    185,000 USD    2006-08-29    Dotcom Agency
    consulting.com    181,000 USD    2005-11-01    Private
    mymeeting.com    164,100 USD    2015-02-08    Uniregistry
    cleaning.com    100,000 USD    2008-11-04    T.R.A.F.F.I.C.
    You can target crypto businesses like coinpayments.net and similar services that offers an API to accept payments via cryptocurrencies.

    Take your time for selling it and be patient.

    Good luck, you got a nice one there !
     
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  14. Heesoon

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    I would appraise it between the High XXX,XXX to Low X,XXX,XXX to the right end user.

    I agree with TheBuyerz comment: "Take your time selling it and be patient."

    You have a nice one there!
     

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