Discussion in 'Domain Appraisal' started by Esraa, Jun 18, 2017.
Thanks in advance.
Don't see any value here.
I do not think this would be brand a company would invest in, and it is a dot net.
Why not ??
It's a generic word maybe not brandable but it's a strong keyword.
As almost all news moves from print to online I think this one has great potential.
I could not think of a more appropriate use for a .net!!
In fact for it's intended use it may be preferred in .net over a .com.
As in.... "Read the News on the Internet"
It could be used as a portal to other online news sources.
I would give it a value of about 2.5K
In fact, when I saw the title I was hoping it was an auction. I was saying to myself.... maybe its an amateur domainer who does not know what he has.
In my opinion, it is a good strong domain and the value is highly dependant on its end use.
What you said was completely right.
I am an architect.
Still very new to domains world and yes as a (mature behaviour) sometimes I doubt it when I find no offers lol :D
But trynna understand the whole issue and even if I bought a useless one I never take it so serious I know I am still learning :D
By the way I like your analysis of the extension .net
Thanks for motivating me!
As an evidence
Readthenews.com sold by 5.200$
Not a good comparison.
Read the news is the correct way to say it.
Also, it is a dot net, not a dot com.
Read/news/com would be better, but the correct way to say it is still "Read the news", that is why someone paid $5.200 for it .
Most news organizations are branded anyway - CNN/as an example.
So lets make it a .com
Would you rather own...
I would take ReadNews.com myself, I think I would have a greater chance of selling it.
I try to avoid any domain with the word " THE " in it.
All your opinions are appreciated thank you :D
I do not see much value there. As comparison
nycnews.net sold on 2017-05-27 for 205 USD
healthnews.net sold on 2016-11-16 for 425 USD
are much better names in my opinion.
Best of success!
I never take it so serious sir I still learning
Thank you :D
Separate names with a comma.