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The GD Appraisal Doesnt show on Auction

Located in Domain Marketplace Reviews, started by YairDD, Jun 12, 2019

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  1. YairDD

    YairDD Top Contributor VIP

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    I have a domain that Godaddy Appraise it to be worth $5,600, but when I'm putting it up for sale, it shows "-" and not the number, which means, I don't get the exposure I should get because a lot of people filter the auctions by "Estimated value"

    Why is that?

    Thanks
     
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  2. tomcarl

    tomcarl Top Contributor VIP

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    For me, Godaddy's appraisal tool has been buggy/not loading correctly for the past couple of days, maybe that has something to do with it.
     
  3. BRANDERX.COM

    BRANDERX.COM Top Contributor VIP

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    I thought we agreed those appraisals don't matter?

    Anyway, the reason AFAIK is that you own it, its a public auction. The appraisals shows next to expiring auctions only.

    Thats for auctions.
     
  4. D0M4IN

    D0M4IN Established Member

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    Estimated value just for expired domains
     
  5. YairDD

    YairDD Top Contributor VIP

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    The appraisals don't matter, but if the appraisal number is high, the domain has more exposure..

    and oh, alright. thanks!
     
  6. Andrew Knox

    Andrew Knox Top Contributor VIP Gold Account

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    @YairDD the poor man's solution is to put it in the description. It won't help with filtering but at least users that click on to the listing will see it. Most names appraised in that range are fairly solid so it should get decent exposure anyway.

    Post it in the external sale section here and consider paying for DSAD and Namebio features for extra eyeballs 👀

    I disagree 🙂
     

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