How do I know how much worth my domains are?

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  1. peter BONERZ

    peter BONERZ Newbie

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    So I have a couple of really good domains but how do I valuate them?
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Take monthly earnings and multiply by 6 to 30.
    6 if it's risky revenue, 30 if it's solid long term.
    And every multiple in between.
     
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    PBN domain or Domainer domain?
     
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    Try Moz Tools
     
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    There's no magic formula on pricing your domain. The real worth is based on many factors such as your website's traffic, revenue, competitors, niches,...and the market you're joining. However the most factor I see that is depending on your customer need. If you find a right customer then you can flip it with very high price, or you need to wait and in some cases it's not worth at all.

    Good luck to you,
     
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    Depends what it is man. Is it an EMD or a brandable domain? If you think it is worth serious money, look for a domain broker & get them to value the domain. You can also use tools like estibot.com, however their estimate is rough.