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domain Self Appraisals

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According to your own appraisal, please list out which domain/s (you think) you can easily sell above $5000, $10,000 and $15,000

Please mention reason why you think your domain is valuable.

Those who agree with the domain appraisal, please like.

For those who disagree with the domain appraisal, please click Thanks.

Moreover, you can also appraise your own domains higher than $ 500 here in this thread.
 
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Domain_savvy

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According to your own appraisal, please list out which domain/s (you think) you can easily sell above $5000, $10,000 and $15,000

Please mention reason why you think your domain has value.

Those who agree with domain appraisal, please like..

Those who disagree with domain appraisal, please click thanks.

You are the OP , you first 🙂
 

Jangam

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earncardano.com

two words domain with dot com extention. Related to cardano(ADA)cryptocurrency. It can be used to start a service like staking profitability among delegates.

currently godaddy domain appraisal service shows value as $1042. self appraisal above $5000.

e.g sites: tokengoodies.com ( for TRON coin) and earnlisk.com (for LISK coin). ( P.s. I dont own these)
 
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Jangam

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Tronscan.com

two words domain with com extention. Can be used to start block explorer service for TRON coin or any other service related to tron. Complimentary domain: tronscan.info

Godaddy appraisal : $3088. self appraisal above $15000

Note: block explorer service has been started by tronscan.org and also filed for tronscan servicemark. But both above domain have been registered before that.
 
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ddfenton

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With all due respect, what is the purpose of this? It seems like just another way to peddle our wares and there doesn't seem to be any quantitative back-up to appraisals, like comp sales. It's such a crapshoot because a domain ultimately is worth whatever a buyer will pay.
BUT - while I'm here, I'll pose a question. Hyphens? I never touch them. Or go to any website that has one. Does anyone think they're valuable? I have a friend who develops sites and swears by them.
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Domains Ted

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With all due respect, what is the purpose of this? It seems like just another way to peddle our wares and there doesn't seem to be any quantitative back-up to appraisals, like comp sales. It's such a crapshoot because a domain ultimately is worth whatever a buyer will pay.
BUT - while I'm here, I'll pose a question. Hyphens? I never touch them. Or go to any website that has one. Does anyone think they're valuable? I have a friend who develops sites and swears by them.
Thanks

There are many good reasons to start this thread. A few are as follows:

01. Robot Appraisals = AI = Analysis Only = Knowledge
Whereas Self-Appraisals = Wisdom
02. We need complex appraisals, that is, we need to consider various factors to appraise the Domain.
03. Show me one thread here on NP, where people say, this is my domain and not for sale.
04. If the appraisal is easy to get then why do people keep asking here to appraise their domain
05. To share ideas or thoughts, what other analysts do or how they analyze domains to improve ourselves.
06. Creating new ideas to promote our domains.

If anyone wants to clarify or add more points, why is self-appraisal necessary, you are most welcome.

If anyone wants to clarify or add more points why self-appraisals are such a waste, you are also very welcome.

Regarding hyphens: I still feel very new to the domain industry, people with experience @Kate can explain you well.

Thanks!
 
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With all due respect, what is the purpose of this? It seems like just another way to peddle our wares and there doesn't seem to be any quantitative back-up to appraisals, like comp sales. It's such a crapshoot because a domain ultimately is worth whatever a buyer will pay.
BUT - while I'm here, I'll pose a question. Hyphens? I never touch them. Or go to any website that has one. Does anyone think they're valuable? I have a friend who develops sites and swears by them.
Thanks

I agree. I don't understand the point of this thread.
It just seems like an extra way for people to flog crappy domains.

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