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How much a domain like this worth ?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by NX_NULL, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    I have a 4 letters domain
    and there is a customer for it

    my domain contain a Digit and the word "USD" .com
    NLLL.com

    how much do you think i should sell it ?
     
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    four character .com's are pretty rare in the aftermarket, the digit in it lowers the value a bit but still....

    it's worth a chunk of change. do you have any traffic or revenue stats for it?

    the age of the name, its prounouncability, and a few other things would factor in to its value as well.

    i have a few four-char .com's that i won't let go for less than high four figures minimum.
     
  3. Brotato

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    I have a #-L.org I've been wondering about lately
     
  4. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    No traffic to the domain and thats 2 years old
     
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    That's not bad. A lot of people still associate the .org TLD with "good stuff" - charities, non-profits, etc.

    Hmmm....digit hyphen letter....three-character .org is definitely worth something in the market....

    Post or PM me any additional info you feel like sharing and I might be able to advise further....

    peace,
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  6. Brotato

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    sending you a pm
     
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    Well, you might want to drive some traffic to it lol.

    2 years is not very old - are you sure about that age? If I remember correctly, the last of the four char .com's were registered 4-5 years ago. Have you maybe had it for 2 years but someone else had it before? You might want to run it through:

    http://www.domaintools.com

    to get a more complete history.
     
  8. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    the domain were registered in 2001
    but it was expired 2 years ago and i registered it again
    so in whois , it shows it as a 2 years old domain
     
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    Shit someone let a four-character .com drop in 2008? Wow. That's unusual....

    Did you buy it in the aftermarket or do a hand registration on it? Or were you the original registrant and renewed it? I'm not prying just trying to piece together the name's lifespan/history and it's potential value.

    Domaining may be one of the blackest of blackhat worlds - How did Obi-Wan Kenobi put it?
    "You will never see such a wretched hive of villainy and scum."
    something like that