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8cz.com how much should I ask?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by oxonbeef, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    One of my clients has asked me to sell his domain 8cz.com
    What price am I looking at?
    Yes his details are public but he has only spoken to me so contacting
    him directly will refer you back to me.
    This domain has to be worth 5 figures.
     
  2. Brotato

    Brotato Regular Member

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    5 figures? lol how do you figure that? Is it developed? I know it's short but it's not pronounceable and doesn't seem to have anything going for it other than being short. Good luck with those 5 figures
     
  3. CashInHand

    CashInHand Regular Member

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    why is such a random domain so expensive?
     
  4. ShiftySituation

    ShiftySituation Power Member

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    It's worth as much as mynewdomainihaventregisteredyet.com. Domains are only worth something if; a) you had the domain like pepsi.com before pepsi got started and they want your domain or b) if the domain gets good traffic already and can make something in return for the purchaser.

    For someone in the area of, "I'll pay for it because I like it or because it is my company name", you negotiate a price with them... Don't let them make the first offer, you want to start outrageously high and meet in the middle type of deal.

    If it brings in money, you sell it for what it would make in a year and a half or so. Start at a 2.5 year value and let them talk you down some. This is a little harder because you would have to prove to them fully, that it generates a specific income on an average day. You can also add on the price of the website itself, if they want it with the domain and with this, you should use a slightly above average cost to develop a site of that magnitude.

    Considering there isn't a site on your domain, you'd probably sell it to someone that likes the name... what ever it means.
     
  5. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    anythings value is only what someone will pay for it - not what you want for it. Until it is sold it has no value.
     
  6. lovemetender

    lovemetender Junior Member

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    I had one like that before, 2 letters and a number and it sold for $200 during the domain boom.
     
  7. ShiftySituation

    ShiftySituation Power Member

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    If you want to talk about the obvious side of things, the money you sell it for has no value until you spend it.
     
  8. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    Try to sell in in czech republic because they have de domains .cz