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What's your best domain worth?

Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by Arpit131, Mar 18, 2019.

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  1. DOMAIN ILLUMINATI

    DOMAIN ILLUMINATI Owner of ▲ the most expensive domain of all time. Gold Account

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    Thanks for your replyyy

    I still don't understand how one can call this domain name crappyyy
    Especially how you as pro came to this twisted conclusionnn
    I mean, you are in the domaining business since more than a decadeee
    You should know it betterrr
    I am very surprised about your viewww

    But I have hopeee
    I am sure, you will understand the immense value of this domain name in futureee
    Also if it will need another decadeee


    I (always) explaine/d this domain name in a very clear wayyy
    This domain name is based on undeniable semantical and mathematical factsss
    It has nothing to do with my writing styleee

    Another point is, your reply made the domain another time
    again just (a bit) more valuableee
    No matter the fact how "negative" you describe/d ittt
    In reality it doesn't make any difference if the opinion that someone has about this domain name is "positive" or "negative" - simply because it remains untoppableee

    I made everything righttt
    You can believe me, I am
    not coincidently the owner of this domain nameee
    I believe this domain name will be bought by a chinese billionaireee

    Latest then you will understand hahaahaaa

    PEACEEE
     
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  2. cyborg1960

    cyborg1960 Established Member

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    cowboy.agency

    lot of digits )
     
  3. johnnie018

    johnnie018 Market Restricted

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    They haven't bought it and it is not a good domain, it is reg fee value or less. If people want to buy names like that they have little chance of making money because the companies in that industry do not brand in that way. The name needs to be memorable, aiassistant.com isn't.

    Constantly asking for critical posts to be removed is missing the point of the thread entirely, the purpose is stated by the OP below, it is to give feedback, remove owner biases and make sure people aren't overpricing names, this results in potential 3-4 figure sales being lost. If the owner wants to ever sell aiassistant.com they need to be realistic about the price and the very low chance of it selling even at say 3 figures, not "mid 5 figures and up".

     
  4. johnnie018

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    Who would be the obvious buyers for a name like that? Very low chance of ever selling this especially as an ntld, price low.
     
  5. johnnie018

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    Is this one a joke or did you actually register it. Start again if this is a genuine submission.
     
  6. DOMAIN ILLUMINATI

    DOMAIN ILLUMINATI Owner of ▲ the most expensive domain of all time. Gold Account

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    No, it is not a joke hahaahaaa
    I actually registered it yeahhh
    So I don't need to start again, this is a genuine domain nameee


    The point is just, that I really don't understand your reactionnn

    I simply don't understand why you don't understand this mindblowing domain nameee

    Is it because it ends with .top, the highest possible TLD???

    Or is it the highest possible number (22) of "top", the highest possible keyword???
    Or the highest possible number (63) of characters???
    Or the fact that it is untoppable???

    Or is it because it is the highest / most valuable / most expensive domain of all time???

    What is it???

    Just tell me, I am sure I can helppp

    PSSS
    Questions end with a question markkk
    Sometimes with threee
     
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  7. slader23

    slader23 Always On The Bleeding Edge. VIP

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    :xf.grin:
     
  8. Keith

    Keith Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Just auctioned on open market with $8k high bid. That’s the value...
     
  9. Cebe

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    FiatPayment/com
     
  10. Mitchell Hengesbach

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    Pooshs . (com)

    Gonna get me some Kardashian money!! haha

    Also, the plural form of poosh is not trademarked, so y'all can put that back in your pockets lol
     
  11. Avijit Roy

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    I really enjoyed the discussion here. I have just an year old experience in domaining, sold few domains.
    Here are my best names, i consider(i have few brandable domain listed in BB,Squadhelp.com)

    1. 10comandamenti.com(10commandments in italian, .net and ,org taken. monthly search 27000) mid xxxx
    2. ToyUAE.com- ( mid xxxx)
    3.FlyEve.com(lower xxxx).
     
  12. johnnie018

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    Nobody other than crypto people call it “fiat”,most people would have no clue what it means.
     
  13. henrypcyeung

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    Though it is great that the idea of this thread is to remove domain owners' biases, people who give comments here may have biases to devalue domains.

    Simply ignore the comments that are illogical and subjective as they are most likely biases.
     
  14. Shuttlepro

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    Negative Nancy...I mean Johnny.
     
  15. maksimfa

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    Some good discussion, one great name, Gro.com, and a lot of names that I would not justify the asking prices.
    Smartclock is a good name but very specific... and quite honestly who uses "smart clock" in daily discussions?

    I am transitioning most of my portfolio to better align with my media sites... so firearms and a few others.

    GunSuppressors.com and other similar exact product category names for me. =)
     
  16. johnnie018

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    Another toxic post for Henry. Perhaps in this thread you can contribute in a meaningful way?

    Here is what this thread is supposed to be for,

     
  17. johnnie018

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    Agree Gro.com is the one standout name.

    Good name with lots of potential buyers.
     
  18. Elad n

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    Here comes Johnnie lol
    That post was funny and shows you are clueless :)
    Hmm criticism is good ! Being clueless isn't
     
  19. slader23

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    It defines a category, it has to be specific. I also don't use the term too often in daily discussion, but then again...I also don't use the terms Smart Car, Smart TV or Smart Lock in my daily discussions either and I own 2/3 of those products.
     
  20. Kingslayer

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    I think everyone has expectations with asking prices, but obviously when an offer is put in front of you circumstances and a person’s expectations can change.

    I don’t think every domainer understands that an end-user/company buying a domain is an ‘investment’ with view to see some kind of return on this ‘investment’ so If you’re asking for 4/5/6 or 7 figures for a domain name, what benefit is a potential buyer getting paying you the amount you want? Are they going to get a return on investment too?

    If there’s just as good 2nd options, i agree a domain can never justify huge price tags.
     
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  21. johnnie018

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    Good post, yes people must be realistic. Many of these names were registered recently and the 5 figure expectations just makes no sense.

    Also every name in this thread has lots of alternates (even gro.com), so make sure you are pricing names to sell!
     
  22. johnnie018

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    The bigger problem is that the product "smart clock" isn't popular, most would never have heard of this, even people who watch tech things every day.

    I put "smart clock" into Google trends with a couple of other random makeup products "smart toaster" and "smarts socks" (no idea what those products would be or are) and it came out with similar popularity to those. So there is probably 50,000 potential smartproduct.com domains that are similar. How many are selling and how many are going to have any real lifespan long term? For tech items how many will the "smart" part become meaningless because all devices of that types will have those features?

    Even smarttv.com smartphone.com is becoming irrelevant.
     
  23. TDL

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    I have this one Otiea.com
    It's mean Freedom Lover, Playful, Friendly. So can be a brandable name in some industries.
    Do you guys think how much does it worth? :)






     
  24. Kate

    Kate Domainosaurus Rex VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I know I am not going to make any friends but most names posted here at not good at all, and yet they are supposed to be the best.
    So who is clueless ? The people criticizing bad names, or the people buying bad names, thinking they own good stuff ?a
     
  25. Mitchell Hengesbach

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    You're right. Most people think their own stuff is brilliant and pure gold... asking for ridiculous returns on their investment. About 80% of domains are crap and 20% are actually gold.
     

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