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Tenableness.com

Labeled as domain in Domain Appraisal, started by michaelouiss, Aug 4, 2021

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  1. michaelouiss

    michaelouiss Established Member

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    Hi the best community,

    This is my first one word domain name appraisal request.

    CPC of: $6 (in Google Keyword planner, the CPC varies between $6 and $299! please check it out)
    Search Volume : 97,400 Each Month
    97,400*$6= $584,400 THAT'S more than half a Million Dollars each month of advertising Cost !!!

    Tenableness stands for the state of being reasonable and plausible... who does not want to sound reasonable?

    Tenableness.com can also be used for multiple fields.

    Please share your appraisals with me, I would really appreciate it.
     
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  2. jhm

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    Tenable - 5 figure territory

    Tenableness - I struggle with it, personally speaking
     
  3. michaelouiss

    michaelouiss Established Member

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    Thank you Jhm,
    I totally agree, I have to say tenable is better, since it's less words and more pronounceable :)

    What if I asked you about tenableness.com knowing that's a one word with the search volume 97.4K each month, besides of the max cpc...frankly I've never seen a cpc in google keyword going up to $299 ! that's WOW! don't you think so ?
     
  4. jhm

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    I respect that. Its a common misconception that search volume and other analytics is everything or totally determines the value of what it is. I will say it helps, but at the end of the day ...someone needs to buy this and use it. When that buyer is scrolling Sedo or coming up with his own inspiration, thoughts and ideas ...does "tenableness" really hit the mark? Tenable is lovely ...with "ness" its a battle for me

    Offers accepted while you own it ...genuinely hope you get something for it and that I can eat my words
     
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  5. supermario64

    supermario64 Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    This search volume is weird because the first google results are dictionnaries websites (for me)
     
  6. michaelouiss

    michaelouiss Established Member

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    Thanks for your reply :)
    I Totally agree that the value does not come from the search volume and the CPC, because otherwise brandable names wouldn't exist obviously they have zero cpc and zero search volume.

    Now, if I were to defend the Tenableness.com website, it would be first by defining the term, so...
    Tanableness stands for the state of being reasonable and plausible... who does not want to sound reasonable?

    Tenableness may be suitable for Law firm... the firm would ask others t measure the Tenableness of their cases by getting a consultation from the Tenableness.com law firm team.
     
  7. michaelouiss

    michaelouiss Established Member

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    Hello 👋
    Yeah that's true ... is there an issue if it's the case? Because I can not see the link ...
     
  8. VadimK Iberica

    VadimK Iberica Established Member

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    I am not doubting you, but I think it's some sort of glitch with CPC and Search Volume, I can not believe that this word is so popular, first pages of google never even heard of it...
    Spelling, pronunciation, idea behind - all wrong with it in a sense of making a good domain name.
    I don't mean to be harsh here, just saying the way I see.

    Best of luck!
     
  9. michaelouiss

    michaelouiss Established Member

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    Thank you Vadimk for your response, i appreciate your feedback.

    Well to be honest, i checked some keywords related to the law industry and the CPC is even higher than $300 which means that ''Tenableness'' is valuable for this specific industry.
    When I registered it, the least CPC declared two months ago was $5 and today it's $6 ... I mean, if it was a glitch or something ... The values would have been fixed and not growing...

    What if I asked you about a domain name having these specific characteristics... Or let's say you are the owner of Tenableness.com .....

    For how much you would list it Vadimk?
     
  10. VadimK Iberica

    VadimK Iberica Established Member

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    I honestly can not answer this question, I simply can't see it as a domain name at all (with a resale value!). But I guess the best way to reality check is to put the ''Make Offer'' tag. If you claim it has such traffic and high CPC, the people will come to you with their offers, you don't have to put a price on it.
    Let me know once you sell it and for how much - that would be interesting.
     
  11. michaelouiss

    michaelouiss Established Member

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    All right
    I just wanted to play a game with you to give an appraisal, even if it's not based i don't mind :)

    Well yeah that sounds good, putting a make offer on the name to get the offers.. but I'll be using a BIN for now.

    Thank you,
     
  12. VadimK Iberica

    VadimK Iberica Established Member

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    Well, giving appraisal that is not based on anything - why do this? It's not good for anyone. At the end the goal is to share an experience, and hopefully to help others with your view. But say something just to look smart - I don't do this.
    There are names in my own portfolio that I can not estimate correctly - that's when I do exactly the same - let ''Make an Offer'' play it's magic.
    Good luck!
     

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