zomains.com

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  1. Foggy

    Foggy Supportive Member NamePros Supporter

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    An obvious play in the domain market, my acquisition reason and thought process was that this domain writes it's own tagline, "the last name in domains." Upsides are it is short, truly pronounceable, the market is obvious and it is memorable.

    Estibot coughs up $0 USD, not recognizing its potential market and identifies insurance-related "Related Domains For Sale." A search on keyword "domains" at Sedo produces a large variety of nearby combinations from 12domains.com for $150 to domainmarket.com for $9,999,888. According to domaintools domains.net was recently offered for $212,499 (now it redirects to a "hire a Sedo broker" page). You can always get worlddomainseller.com for a cool $20mil and zomains.com is available at .net, .org, .info and .biz and .us

    Recent sales
    expiringdomains.com 2017-04-11 $7,000 USD Cax.com
    valuabledomains.com 2017-03-19 $1,620 USD NameJet
    strongdomains.com 2017-03-12 $3,051 USD SnapNames
    domainstats.com 2017-01-19 $9,000 USD Uniregistry
    cooldomains.com 2016-06-01 $5,500.00 USD NameJet auction
    foxdomains.com 2016-06-01 $1,800.00 USD Uniregistry
    domainsnetwork.com 2016-03-01 $2,500.00 USD BuyDomains
    a.domains 2016-02-01 €2,400.00 EUR Sedo/Yenit ​

    Even more recent sales on the low side
    4domains.com 2017-10-07 $ 369 USD DropCatch
    bestdomainsforsale.com 2017-09-21 $157 USD GoDaddy
    domainsuche.com 2017-09-14 $500 USD NameJet
    domainscript.com 2017-09-12 $555 USD NameJet​

    The end-user would be a domainer so would recognize it's value. If you must know its age I purchased it 2016-12-02. The owner before me had it for approximately a year (was it you?) and before that, someone had it as of 2008-03-28 and held it until sometime in 2015.
     
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  2. Satyasai Ray

    Satyasai Ray Supportive Member NamePros Supporter

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    Man that's a nice domain you have right there.. Sorry not much into appraisals and stuff but good luck (y)(y)
     
  3. EHGdomains

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    Brand play only imho. It is catchy but there are 1000s of "domain" domains for businesses to chose from that are less generic or obscure. I would develop.
     
  4. Foggy

    Foggy Supportive Member NamePros Supporter

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    I am actually a bit surprised that something so roundly in the wheelhouse of domaining received so few comments.

    Am I totally off the mark here or am I delusional? Would I be better off to leverage one of my reseller agreements to develop? I'm not sure I'm ready to manage something that might get me 5¢ per reg or renewal...
     

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