Dynadot

domain PHPDevelopment.com

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Some tech geeks muy buy it, definitely. Don't see much use for a wide public.
I highly doubt about $8-10K, ''Offers Accepted'' for me is also the best way to bait here.
Good luck!

PHPDevelopers.com sold for $9500 five years ago, and I think it a very comparable name.

PHP is a very popular language for web development. I don’t think it needs to be a “tech geek”, it could be a business offering development services. I have paid a lot of money for PHP Development over the years and there are over 5300 results on Fiverr for the term right now.

Business idea:
  1. Buy this domain
  2. Take orders for PHP development
  3. Use Fiverr or other freelancers to fulfill the orders
  4. Profit
If it were my name I would want $8-10k from an end user for it.
 

VadimK

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PHPDevelopers.com sold for $9500 five years ago, and I think it a very comparable name.

PHP is a very popular language for web development. I don’t think it needs to be a “tech geek”, it could be a business offering development services. I have paid a lot of money for PHP Development over the years and there are over 5300 results on Fiverr for the term right now.

Business idea:
  1. Buy this domain
  2. Take orders for PHP development
  3. Use Fiverr or other freelancers to fulfill the orders
  4. Profit
If it were my name I would want $8-10k from an end user for it.

My point was simply that if there is an end user, who needs a website, app or API, little he can tell the difference between programming on PHP or any other language. He just needs his project done.
This name might be popular amongst individuals, communities or companies that are coding in PHP, that's what I meant by ''tech geek'', that it's just a narrow niche.
To me - long wait till getting $8000-10000 offer (I wouldn't personally), but it's my opinion, sure the owner can price it at anything.
 

bluesky7

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My point was simply that if there is an end user, who needs a website, app or API, little he can tell the difference between programming on PHP or any other language. He just needs his project done.
This name might be popular amongst individuals, communities or companies that are coding in PHP, that's what I meant by ''tech geek'', that it's just a narrow niche.
To me - long wait till getting $8000-10000 offer (I wouldn't personally), but it's my opinion, sure the owner can price it at anything.

When I first saw the name I was more bullish. But you raise very good points here in support of your assessment. That said, if a person already has a website that they paid to have developed and the initial developer chose PHP and now the person wants to find a different developer to enhance the website they may be knowledgeable enough to know their site is a PHP site and be looking for a PHP web developer. For this case, the domain could be valuable to a large PHP development firm.
 
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Thank you for your opinions.

As already was mentioned PHP is a very popular programming language. Therefore, in my opinion, the domain is suitable not only for companies providing programming services, but as an educational resource as well.

My own assessment of the domain price is 7-8K for the end-user. I'll start with that.
 

bluesky7

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Thank you for your opinions.

As already was mentioned PHP is a very popular programming language. Therefore, in my opinion, the domain is suitable not only for companies providing programming services, but as an educational resource as well.

My own assessment of the domain price is 7-8K for the end-user. I'll start with that.


Makes sense to me. dotnetdevelopment.com is priced at $2171 https://www.name.com/domain/search/dotnetdevelopment and PHPDevelopment.com is a much cleaner domain name.
 
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paulbain

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PHPDevelopers.com sold for $9500 five years ago, and I think it a very comparable name. PHP is a very popular language for web development.

If it were my name I would want $8-10k from an end user for it.
Yep. This is the correct reply, except that I might set a BIN price of about $10,500, at least for the first few months. IMO, this is a damned good Domain name.

I am astonished that so few hereon understand these simple facts. I gather that many participants hereon (NamePros.com) are largely ignorant of IT, including software development, in general, and Web development, in particular.
 
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