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How much is my Domain worth with a Pagerank of 4, and it's 15 years old, and 5 letters.

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by jcsuperstar, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. jcsuperstar

    jcsuperstar Regular Member Premium Member

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    I have a domain I don't use anymore, as the title states it's got a page rank of 4/10, it's over 15 years old, and it's 5 letters long. I don't use it anymore, I put it on sedo just to see what happened, but not had any realistic offers, and I'm giving them free Pagerank adverts. lol What should I do with it, sell links on it?

    Any advice would be appreciated.
     
  2. UltraLink

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    Are you looking to sell the site based on the Pagerank or the domain name value?

    They are 2 completely different things. If the domain name is of some brand value or an EMD I would recommend selling it as that because if you sell it from a PR perspective you'll fetch a maximum of around $800 and that's if it's got a FANTASTIC link profile. In most cases you won't get more than $200-500 with average links.
     
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    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    I'd just sell links on it. Toss up a fiverr gig advertising do follow PR4 link for 30-60-90 days. Then you keep the site, PR and make money =)
     
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    PM with the url, i might be interested
     
  5. jcsuperstar

    jcsuperstar Regular Member Premium Member

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    It used to belong to an American computer games company that went bankrupt, I bought the domain and used it for a company site for years. It's a .com domain. flx89 PM sent.
     
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    That's interesting. I have a somewhat similar domain name (sort of popular computer game, used to be a forum for players and modders etc.). You have a decent niche, really good domain age, and if that PR is real, I would set up some sort of site about the game and see how it did. Add either ad$ense and/or affiliate gaming-related stuff (could be monthly game clubs, or high-end hardware, or other stuff gamers are into).

    Mine does fairly well with little effort.
     
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    I would recommend developing a website for it and use it for selling ad space and links.
     
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    atari? :D