Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by [email protected], Sep 18, 2019.
are they still valuable, i mean about the 4 letter top TLD domains?
.com, .net and .org
.coms are today sold at few hundred $. Way cheaper than they used to.
Now if you have gold.com, that's going to be worth a pile of cash. But of you have gxzq .com or whatever instead, not so much. I often see them listed at $300 etc, with almost no bids.
.net and .org are obviously valued less. it depends on what a client might believe it is worth. From zero to... something.
Side note there are no free LLLL .com domains, but you might still find some with a number or two. Not really valuable.
4-letter .com domains are selling around the $300 mark at the moment:
Still depends. Prices are wide still for these 4 letter domains. There are a lot of resources online on whether which has more value over the other.
I mean even when the domain previous history is not so good, and if I am getting for less than 30$ is it worth?
ok, got it. But somewhere in my mind I still have a thought I can resell those 4 letter domains some higher value even if I maintain with a decent regular basic website.
It really depends on your buyer, and some luck.
You can build a decent website on about any domain, not just 4-letter. The value will then reside from the traffic, rather than the domain itself.
You're confusing things a bit here. Otherwise yes, if you hang on dearly to those domains you might get more after some years, but not necessarily a large sum.
.COM is way to go add value like trust, ctr from user perspective.
ABC.com will get better ctr than ABC.in or ABC.org
Hi bro, the .com extension is the most widely known and the most widely used. If your customers don’t know your exact web address, there’s a good chance they’ll type in .com while searching for you. Using .net vs .com makes that harder.
Separate names with a comma.